Improving Income and Nutrition by Incorporating Mungbean in Cereal Fallows in the Indo-Gangetic Plains of South Asia. DFID Mungbean Project for 2002-2004: Proceedings of the Final Workshop and Planning Meeting, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, Punjab India, 27-31 May 2004.

Abstract

This project focused on on-farm trials and extension of new mung bean varieties during the fallow period after wheat or potato and before rice in the Indo- Gangetic Plains of Bangladesh, India, and Nepal. This phase commenced in March 2002 and climaxed with the successful holding of this workshop in May 2004. This proceeding presents the outcome of two-year collaborative efforts initiated on the first phase which lasted for three years.

The proceedings contains presentations from Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan, together with final recommendations from the workshop. Subjects covered include plant breeding, crop production and cropping systems, and socio-economic aspects.

Citation

AVDRC – The World Vegetable Center. AVRDC Publication No. 06-682, 342 pp. ISBN: 92-9058-152-2

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