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Vol. 69 No. 2 (2024)
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The Indian Journal of Agronomy (IJA), overseen by the Indian Society of Agronomy, is an esteemed academic journal that undergoes a peer-review process. It offers a platform for publishing original research papers, comprehensive reviews, and concise communications pertinent to agronomy—the discipline focused on crop cultivation and soil management. With its roots dating back to 1957, the journal delves into various agronomic facets, such as crop physiology, soil studies, crop ecology, agricultural methodologies, climate implications on agriculture, and agrarian economics. Over the years, it has secured its place as a premier agronomic journal in India, maintaining a double-blind review protocol.

The IJA is an open-access journal. It distinguishes itself by not imposing article processing charges (APC), submission fees, or any additional costs based on article length, color illustrations, or appended data.

Published: 2024-07-18

Research Paper

  • Influence of microbial consortia mediated in-situ rice straw management options on yield, economics and energetics in rice-wheat cropping system

    S.M. MANU, Y.V. SINGH, Y.S. SHIVAY, KAPILA SHEKHAWAT, M. ELAKKYA, H.S. GOUDA
    117-121
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5495
  • Crop establishment methods and management practices impact on rice yield parameters in central Punjab

    KULDEEP KAUR, KULWINDER KAUR GILL, PRITPAL SINGH, SANDEEP SINGH SANDHU
    122-129
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5496
  • Maximizing wheat (Triticum aestivum) productivity through variable nutrient management practices

    PARAMJEET SINGH, SHRIKANT CHITALE, RAJENDRA LAKPALE
    130-136
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5497
  • Tillage, crop residue management and nitrogen application impacts on soil properties under maize–wheat (Zea mays–Triticum aestivum) cropping system

    R.S. GHUMAN, HARMEET SINGH, K.B. SINGH
    137-143
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5498
  • Sub-surface drip fertigation of nitrogen coupled with crop residue incorporation enhanced the growth and yield of maize in an alluvial soils

    ARJUN SINGH, ANCHAL DASS, SHIVA DHAR, S. SUDHISHRI, K. SHEKHAWAT, M.C. MEENA, KADAGONDA NITHINKUMAR, AYEKPAM DOLLINA DEVI
    144-150
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5499
  • Integrated plant nutrient supply modules for enhancing crop growth, productivity and nutrient balance in maize - chickpea cropping sequence

    BHARAT PRAKASH MEENA, A.K. BISWAS, R.H. WANAJRI, R.S. CHAUDHARY
    151-157
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5500
  • Incidence of insect-pests in response to plant density and nutrient levels in Desi cotton (Gossypium arboreum) under rainfed condition

    G.R. BHANDERI, R.D. PATEL, H.R. DESAI, M.M. PATEL, K.B. SANKAT, M.C. PATEL
    158-165
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5501
  • Chemical weed management in chickpea (Cicer arietinum) under Vertisols of Eastern Plateau Plain zone of India

    ANJALI PATEL, G.P. BANJARA, G.K. SHRIVASTAVA, S.S. RATHORE, KAPILA SHEKHAWAT, SANDEEP KUMAR PAINKARA, AKHILESH KUMAR LAKRA, ROHIT KUMAR MISHRA
    166-171
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5502
  • Impact of row ratios and nutrient management practices on yield, economics and nutrient uptake of mustard + chickpea intercropping system

    SASMITA TRIPATHY, S.L. MEENA, SHIVA DHAR, SACHIN SINGH, POOJA DEVI MEENA
    172-176
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5503
  • Exogenous application of plant bio-regulators improve yield and water use efficiency of maize under drought stress

    S.R. KANTWA, MUKESH CHOUDHARY, R.K. AGRAWAL, A.K. DIXIT, SUNIL KUMAR, G. RAVINDRA CHARY
    177-183
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5504
  • Effect of different agro-techniques on yield of Bt cotton

    V.B. GOHIL, D.M. PATEL, M.M. CHAUDHARY
    184-189
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5505
  • Response of high yielding varieties of sugarcane (Saccharum spp. hybrid complex) to planting materials under waterlogged condition

    NAVNIT KUMAR, LALITA RANA, A.K. SINGH
    190-194
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5506
  • Assessment of cluster front line demonstration on yield and economics of summer sesame

    TRALOKI SINGH, A.S. TETARWAL, RAHUL DEV
    195-199
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5507
  • Influence of phosphorus, sulphur and zinc levels on yield, quality and nutrients uptake of lentil (Lens culinaris) in sub-humid southern plain of Rajasthan

    SUNDAR ANCHRA, M.K. KAUSHIK, J. CHOUDHARY, RAGHUVIR SINGH MEENA, SUMAN DHAYAL
    200-205
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5508

Research Communication

  • Effect of tillage and precision nutrient placement on growth and productivity of maize (Zea mays)

    PRAKASH SONNAD, TEEKAM SINGH, G.D. SANKETH, TANMAY DAS, RAMANJIT KAUR, RAJ SINGH
    206-210
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5509
  • Nitrogen and detasseling influences growth, yield and economics of male sterile baby corn (Zea mays)

    KADAGONDA NITHINKUMAR, S.P. SINGH, VED PRAKASH, NILUTPAL SAIKIA, SHREYAS BAGRECHA, SACHIN K.S., ANCHAL DASS, ARJUN SINGH
    211-215
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5510
  • Tillage and nutrient management strategies for improving productivity and profitability of maize (Zea mays)

    DIGVIJAY SINGH, MOHAMMAD HASANAIN, GAURAV VERMA, DHEER PRATAP, OM CHANDRA PANDEY, SANDEEP KUMAR, AVANEESH KUMAR, RAGHAVENDRA SINGH, V.K. SINGH, ADESH SINGH
    216-219
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5511
  • Yield, nutrient uptake and economics of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea) as affected by split and foliar application of potassium

    RAKESH PRAJAPATI, S.L. MEENA, DINESH KUMAR, S.S. RATHORE, CINI VARGHESE, SASMITA TRIPATHY, DEEPAK KUMAR MEENA, POOJA DEVI MEENA
    220-222
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5512
  • Productivity and thermal requirement of fodder oat varieties under different micro-environments in Bihar

    RATNA PRAVA SAMAL, GANGADHAR NANDA, ABDUS SATTAR, MUKESH KUMAR, NILANJAYA
    223-227
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5513
  • Effect of nano-urea and irrigation regimes on growth parameters of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

    ABHIJIT MANDAL, TEEKAM SINGH, AYAN SARKAR, ANCHAL DASS, C M PARIHAR, MANOJ CHAUDHARY, BAIDYANATH MANDAL
    228-232
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.59797/ija.v69i2.5514
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