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Abstract:Wheat is a vital crop in Georgia and in the world. Because of the increase in the rate of population growth, improving the grain yield is the way to meet food de-mand. Proper crop nutrition plays a vital role in maintaining the world’s food sup-ply. Fertilizer is essential for accomplishing this.One of the most important means for increasing the wheat yield is fertilizer, especially, organic fertilizer. The present research was carried out to study the effects of different doses (150ml, 200ml a..[...] Read more.
Advance in Biological Research 2020;1(1):45-49;
Published on 12/19/2020
Abstract:An experiment was conducted in order evaluate the influence of various organic matter sources on radish crop at Vegetable Research Farm Singri, Bhimber Azad Kashmir, during October, 2018. The experiment was replicated three times with 4 treatments (control, chicken manure, FYM and leaf compost). The lowest non-significant results for days to germination (6.00) were observed in chicken manure and highest (8.33) in control treatment. The maximum significantly high yield was obtained where organic ..[...] Read more.
Advance in Biological Research 2020;1(1):40-44;
Published on 11/18/2020
Abstract:The revision of family Eupterotidae (Bombycoidea) is very less reviewed and studied by various entomologists around the globe. Later, family name was reinstated, synonymized or re-described and remain as a mystery. The purpose of this manuscript is to know about the current status of family Eupterotidae in the present scenario. This paper is providing the review, classification, economic significance of this family along with detailed remarks on two genus namely Eupterote and Apona with special ..[...] Read more.
Advance in Biological Research 2020;1(1):34-39;
Published on 9/25/2020
Abstract:An in-field weed survey method was conducted to estimate the most frequently, density and abundance weed species present in Bilatte tobacco farm, Ethiopia during 2014 totally covered approximately 145 hectares. During study period a total number of 14 weed species belonging to 06 monocot and 08 dicot families were recorded out of 7 families of weed reported form study site. The most predominate was shown by monocot Poaceae having 4 weed species followed by dicot family Composite having 3 weeds. ..[...] Read more.
Advance in Biological Research 2020;1(1):29-33;
Published on 6/8/2020
Abstract:This study was conducted tobacco growing farmers’ house hold in the Wolaita ,Bilatte and Hawassa tobacco farms in Southern Nations, Nationalities and peoples’ Regional state, Ethiopia. The objective of the study was to investigate socioeconomic and technical factors that affect tobacco production smallholder tobacco producers at southern Ethiopia. In conducting the research, data relevant to the study were collected from both primary and secondary sources. Prior to interviewed back ground info..[...] Read more.
Advance in Biological Research 2020;1(1):23-28;
Published on 6/8/2020