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Sampling for rice yield in Bihar and Orissa
Hubback, John Austen Sir
|Statement||by J. A. Hubback, I.C.S.|
|Series||Pusa. Agricultural research institute. Bulletin no. 166|
|LC Classifications||SB191.R5 H82|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p.l., 23 p.|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||agr27000902|
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SAMPLING FOR RICE YIELD IN BIHAR AND ORISSA selections is within a given range from the true mean yield. Sampling for rice yield in Bihar and Orissa book method is comparable to estimating the average income of the population of a town by watching the streets for a few days and then picking out a man, who looked to be in average circumstances and dis covering what his income is.
Hubback, J. Sampling for Rice Yields in Bihar and Orissa. Originally published as Bulletin No. of the Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa.
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was given in an important paper on Sampling for Rice Yield in Bihar and Orissa by J.A. (later Sir John) Hubback of the Indian Civil Service (now retired) which was received for pub lication on 10 November and was published in by the Government of India as Bulletin No. of the Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa.
‘Sampling for rice yield in Bihar and Orissa’, by J.A. Hubback from Sankhya: the Indian Journal of Statistics, Vol.
7, Part 3. (Report: first published as Bulletin No. Hubback, J. “Sampling for rice yields in Bihar and Orissa,”Imp. Agric. Res. Inst. Bull., No. Author: K. Khanna, B. Sehgal, K. Bandyopadhyay. Sample Surveys of Crop Sampling for rice yield in Bihar and Orissa book in India. By P. Mahalanobis Sampling for Rice Yield in Bihar and Orissa.
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It is the staple food of almost the entire population of Odisha; therefore, the state economy is directly linked with improve- ments in production and productivity of rice in the Size: KB. Rice is cultivated in 37 districts of Bihar. Out of this, 25 districts are falling under low productivity group which accounts for 63% of lakh hectares of total area under rice in the state.
Only one district is falling under high productivity group i.e. yield more than 2, kg/g: Sampling. Crops in India – GK Notes Sampling for rice yield in Bihar and Orissa book PDF Agriculture plays a vital role in the Indian economy.
Agriculture is the backbone of our country. It includes farming of crops, animal husbandry, pisciculture, agro-forestry etc.
Over 58% of rural households primarily depend on agriculture. Agriculture along with Sampling for rice yield in Bihar and Orissa book. As rice crop responds very well to manure and chemicals, it is essential to fo for proper manures and fertilizers in paddy cultivation.
Farm yard manure/Compost: 10 to 15 cartloads. Nitrogen: to Kg/Ha. Phosphorous: 50 to 60 Kg P2O5/Ha. Potash: 40 to 50 Kg KO/Ha. Sampling for rice yields in Bihar and Orissa. Indian Agricultural Institute, Pysa, Bulletin No. reprinted in Sankhy~ () 7, 14 D. Bellhouse Isserlis, L.
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Rapid expansion of boro rice cultivation has taken place in recent years in West Bengal and Bihar, it is likely to expand further to more areas in West Bengal, adjoining areas of Assam, parts of Eastern U.P., coastal areas of Orissa and Andhra Size: KB.
Sampling for rice yield in Bihar and Orissa. ().Author: Andreas Roesch. Rice yield is showing a declining trend as a result of the negative nutrient balance and poor soil and crop management (Uexkuell and Von, ).
Problems like deficiency of phosphorus, zinc, or iron and the excess of salts, iron, or aluminum have reduced rice yield approximately on 50 M ha of rice land in by: 3. Addeddate Identifier TheJournalOfTheBiharAndOrissaResearchSociety Identifier-ark ark://t1zd1sn3r Ocr ABBYY FineReader PpiMissing: rice yield.
Chronology of Shakespeare's Plays: M. YARDi. Sample Surveys of Crop Yields in India: P. M_HALANOBIS. Sampling for Rice Yield in Bihar and Orissa: J. HUBBAaC. Confounded Designs in Quasi-Latin Squares: C. RAO. Enumeration of Non-Isomorphic Solutions. Meteorological yield models are developed and predicted yield is combined with area estimated by remote sensing data to provide rice production forecast.
This paper describes the methodology adopted for improving the predictability of rice yield before harvest of the crop in Bihar province by taking into consideration meteorological parameters Cited by: 3. Odisha (English: / ə ˈ d ɪ s ə /, / ɒ ˈ r ɪ s ə, ɔː- oʊ-/;, pronounced [oɽɪˈsaː] ()); also formerly Orissa, is an Indian state located on the eastern coast of India.
It neighbors the states of West Bengal and Jharkhand to the north, Chhattisgarh to the west and Andhra Pradesh to the south. Odisha has a coastline of kilometres ( mi) along the Bay of l: Bhubaneswar. Sampling for rice yield in Bihar and Orissa. Imperial Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa, Bulletin No.
(represented in Sankhya,7, Kiaer, A.N (). Dwarf ( cm), grains: short bold, AWP, white, being early it often escapes diseases and pests, Yield: 20 Q/ha.
Orissa and West Bengal. Savitri (IET) Pankaj x Jagannath: Rainfed Shallow Land: Semi-dwarf ( cm), grains: short bold, good milling recovery, tolerant to blast & Sh.B, Yield: 38 Q/ha. Orissa and Tamil. J The Technique of Replicated or Interpenetrating Samples J.
Koop 1. Hubback () who made sustained attempts to be as objective as possible in his crop-cutting experiments to determine rice yields in Bihar and Orissa by sampling methods.
On theoretical questions underlying the technique of replicated or interpenetrating : J.C. Koop. Rice is the staple food of eastern and southern parts of India.
Intotal rice production in India amounted to million tonnes, which was much less than production of previous year, million tonnes. Rice can be cultivated by different methods based on the type of region.
Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal have increased their contribution to rice production," Chidambaram said, while keeping the allocation at Rs 1, crore, the same as last financial year'g: Sampling. Randomized graph sampling (RGS) is an approach for sampling populations associated with or describable as graphs, when the structure of the graph is known and the parameter of interest is the total weight of the graph.
RGS is related to, but distinct from, other graph-based approaches such as snowball and network sampling. Graph elements are clustered into walks that reflect the structure of Cited by: 3.
Meet the ‘Rice Saint’ of India. B.K Deva Rao and his son, B.K Parameshwar have been collecting, growing and preserving varieties of Paddy seeds and have become role models in the field of. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook 7 day Cure Insomnia Hypnosis Course Jorgearturo Algorithmen 2, Vorlesung, WS17/18 Purpose Planner Kingston Shakespeare Podcasts Ageless Lifestyles® LLC B'More: CaringMissing: Sampling rice yield.
In his report on ''Sampling for Rice Yield in Bihar and Orissa ()," published inHubback (, p. ) has stated: "The only way in which a satisfactory estimate can be formed is by as close an approximation to random sampUng as the circumstances permit, since that not only gets rid of the personal limitations of the experimentor Cited by: 4.
Hubback, J.A. () “Sampling for Rice Yield in Bihar and Orissa”. J.A. Hubback, “Sampling for Rice Yields in Bihar and Orissa.” Sankhya: Indian Journal of Statistics 7 (): J.A.
Hubback, “Sampling for Rice Yields in Bihar and Orissa.”Cited by: 4. Paddy yields in irrigated regions of Tamil Nadu, Punjab and Haryana range from five to six tonnes/ha, whereas in the high-rainfall areas of eastern UP, Bihar, West Bengal and Orissa, the yields are about tonnes/ha.
The main reasons for the poor yields are. Ths abundance of rice pests was studied at 2 sites in Bihar and Orissa, India, resp. Patterns of relative pest abundance were similar in most years of the study.
Faunal differences were shown by sampling at both locations in Nilaparvata lugens was the most abundant pest at the Orissa site, while Nephotettix spp. were the most abundant at the Bihar : D.
Chakraborty, P. Srivastava, G. Ghose, N. Maslen, J. Holt, S. Fowler. Keywards: exploration, weeds rice fields, Orissa, conservation 1. Introduction Rice is widely grown cereal crop that feeds millions of people in world (Kumar et al., ). It is the most important cereal crop cultivated in wide range of habitat under varying temperature and water regime.
Rice fields. METHODOLOGY AND THEORY FOR THE BOOTSTRAP in the Indian states of Bihar and Orissa, in which he developed spatial sampling schemes. In he published an account of his in the form of crop yields in ﬁelds scattered across parts of Bihar and Orissa.
Hubback went on to become the ﬁrst governor of Orissa province. As Sir John Hubback. Bihar, which is giving top priority to development of agriculture, the mainstay of its economy, witnessed record rice production in at lakh tonne, as Missing: Sampling.
Remote Sensing and GIS Use for Yield Forecasting and In Crop CuttingExperiment. Article (PDF Available) Sampling for rice yield in Bihar and Orissa. Article. J.A. Hubback; View. Katarni rice (chawal in Hindi) is a unique tasting, aromatic, short grain rice grown in India, in the state of natively in the Bhagalpur and Banka districts, Katarni rice is not only in demand in Bihar, but throughout the country.
Despite its uniqueness, Katarni rice is facing the threat of extinction. Since –92, there has been significant decrease in the area of Katarni Missing: Sampling.
Patna / ˈ p æ t n ə, ˈ p ʌ t-/ (), also known as Pataliputra, is the capital and largest city of the state of Bihar in India. Patna is the second-largest city in Eastern India after Kolkata. [page needed] It had an estimated city population of million inmaking it the 19th largest city in over 2 million people, its urban agglomeration is the 18th largest in y: India.
Rice Production in India — Implications of Land Inequity. Orissa, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar ( per effective in the wetlands which boost up the rice productivity and yield maintaining. Hubback JA () Sampling for rice yield in Bihar and Orissa, Sankhyā. Ind J Pdf (–) 7(3)–, Originally published by Government of India as Bulletin No.Fisher RA () Studies in Crop Variation.
I. An examination of the yield of dressed grain from Broadbalk, The. J .Bihar Agricultural Statistics At A Glance Introduction The Directorate of Statistics & Evaluation, Bihar (SASA) releases estimates area, production and productivity in respect of principal crops of food grains, oilseeds, sugarcane, fibers and important commercial and horticulture crops.Bihar lies in the river plains of the basin ebook the river is endowed with fertile alluvial ebook ground water resources.
This makes the agriculture of Bihar rich and diverse. Rice, wheat, and maize are the major cereal crops. Arhar, urad, moong, gram, pea, lentils, and khesaria are some of the pulses cultivated in Bihar. Bihar is the largest producer of vegetables, which is dominated by Missing: Sampling.