The study was under taken with an objective to assess the impact of self-developed Environmental information empowerment package (EIEP) on environment protection through gain in knowledge of farm families. The present study was conducted in rural areas of Rajasthan. A sample of a mixed group of 30 willing farm men and women were identified data was collected by the self-developed questionnaire.

Cabinet Split On Fertilizer Price Fears

In a first step towards reining in a spiralling fertilizer subsidy bill that crossed Rs 100,000 crore in 2008-09, the cabinet bit the bullet on Thursday and decided to de-control prices of all fertilizers other than urea while fixing subsidy on these based on their nutrient content from April 1, 2010.

Dhanbad, Jan. 7: Fed up of prolonged power cuts and poor water supply since 2002

IT IS well recognised that the most optimum use of gas, a rich resource of hydrocarbons, is in petrochemical and fertiliser industry. This is primarily because these sectors not only harness the energy component associated with gas, but also utilise the

The Sindh Chamber of Agriculture has hailed the announcement of Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani to increase the support price of wheat from Rs510 per 40 kg to Rs625, but expressed concern over the in

the Union Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers is deliberating on a mechanism to promote neem-coated fertili

The green revolution has boosted agricultural production and transformed semi arid land, but its long term effects on soil quality in India have been ignored