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The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) is a non-profit, non-political organization that conducts agricultural research for development in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa with a wide array of partners throughout the world. Covering 6.5 million square kilometers of land in 55 countries, the semi-arid or dryland tropics has over 2 billion people, and 644 million of these are the poorest of the poor. ICRISAT and its partners help empower these poor people to overcome poverty, hunger and a degraded environment through better agriculture.
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23 Oct, 2015 - Social Science
Charyulu Kumara D; D Moses Shyam; Bantilan MCS; Rao KPC; Borikar S T; Kumar Ashok A; Reddy B V S, 2016, "Rainy season Sorghum Technology Adoption and Impact Study in Maharashtra", doi:10.21421/D2/9LJPQY, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The comprehensive analysis of adoption and impact in this study used the survey data to address farm level responses with respect to diffusion, adoption, dis-adoption, input use, crop management and unit cost reduction in rainy season sorghum production. It is aimed at any inter-...
Mar 17, 2018 - Genotypic
Santisree Parankusam; Pooja B Mathur; Kiran K Sharma, 2018, "Quantitative proteomic data of chickpea leaves primed with nitric oxide donor for stress tolerance", doi:10.21421/D2/UY20HC, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:EwZr0DmQGqXI4PT1On1+Xw==
Nitric oxide (NO) has emerged as a central regulator of various growth and developmental events in plants, such as seed germination, root growth, floral transition, senescence and stress defenses. However, the molecular mechanisms and targets of nitric oxide (NO) aren't fully kno...
9 Sep, 2016 - Phenotypic
Vadez, Vincent; Kholova Jana; Dharani Suresh, 2016, "Probability of temperature exceeding 8-15 ºC during flowering of Rabi sorghum crop in India (cold stress)", doi:10.21421/D2/T6M66D, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The video shows the probability of temperature exceeding 8-15 ºC during flowering of Rabi sorghum crop in India (i.e. cold stress). The 50 years of meteorological information (maxT, minT, rainfall, solar radition) each pixel was generated using Marksim software (the standard vers...
9 Sep, 2016 - Phenotypic
Vadez, Vincent; Kholova Jana; Dharani Suresh, 2016, "Probability of temperature exceeding 31-45 ºC during flowering of Rabi sorghum crop in India (Heat stress)", doi:10.21421/D2/LJQX96, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The video shows the probability of temperature exceeding 31-45 ºC during flowering of Rabi sorghum crop in India (i.e. heat stress). The 50 years of meteorological information (maxT, minT, rainfall, solar radiation) each pixel was generated using Marksim software (the standard ve...
9 Sep, 2016 - Phenotypic
Vadez, Vincent; Kholova Jana; Dharani Suresh, 2016, "Probability of temperature exceedance in Rabi sorghum during floweirng period at its threshold temperature ( heat stress) in India", doi:10.21421/D2/YMQYMS, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The map shows the probability of temperature exceeding 36ºC (general heat stress threshold) during flowering in Rabi sorghum crop in India.
9 Sep, 2016 - Phenotypic
Vadez, Vincent; Kholova Jana; Dharani Suresh, 2016, "Probability of temperature exceedance in Millet during floweirng period at its threshold temperature ( heat stress) in India", doi:10.21421/D2/LU4PVT, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The map shows the probability of temperature exceeding 38ºC (general heat stress threshold) during flowering in Millet in Rabi crop in India.
9 Sep, 2016 - Phenotypic
Vadez, Vincent; Kholova Jana; Dharani Suresh, 2016, "Probability of Temperature exceedance in Groundnut during floweirng period at its threshold temperature (heat stress) in India", doi:10.21421/D2/XQ2MTV, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The map shows the probability of temperature exceeding 35ºC (general heat stress threshold) during flowering in Groundnut in Rabi crop in India.
9 Sep, 2016 - Phenotypic
Vadez, Vincent, 2016, "Probability of temperature exceedance in Chickpea during floweirng period at its threshold temperature (heat stress) in India", doi:10.21421/D2/RHTNZA, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The map shows the probability of temperature exceeding 33ºC (general heat stress threshold) during flowering in Chickpea in Rabi crop in India.
18 Jul, 2012 - Social Science
Shiferaw Bekele; Silim, Said; Muricho, Geoffrey, 2016, "Preliminary Impact of long duration improved Pigeonpea in Babati district - TANZANIA", doi:10.21421/D2/7AFXYP, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The study is aimed at assessing the economic impacts of adoption of improved pigeon pea cultivar in some villages belonging to Babati , a major Pigeonpea producing district of northern Tanzania. A stratified sampling approach has been used for the purpose of the study. The questi...
2 Apr, 2013 - Social Science
Singh Piara; Nedumaran S; Bonny, Ntare, 2016, "Potential Benefits of drought and heat tolerance in Groundnut for adaptation to climate change in India and WestAfrica", doi:10.21421/D2/DHTNSR, ICRISAT Dataverse, V1
The dataset was collected as part of Global Futures Project to estimate the potential benefits of drought and heat tolerant traits Groundnut using DSSAT crop model. This data consist of breeding yield trail data collected in Asia and West and Central Africa (WCA) experimental sit...
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