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Most of the tillage operations for puddling soil in Bangladesh are done by power tiller which is detrimental to physical soil conditions. Moreover, puddling produces a hard setting soil when dry which makes land preparation difficult for the following crops.The  study was conducted to examine the performance...

Most of the studies in EIGP were conducted on zero-tillage based on a single crop in rice-wheat production system. The present study was focused to identify...

The beneficial farming principles of conservation agriculture are not yet adopted widely in rice-based cropping systems particularly in South Asia. A novel...

This study aimed to assess rice farming system typologies in the Chókwè Irrigation Scheme to better understand the drivers and constraints for smallholder...

This study presents a number of policy implications that should be considered by every rice-producing country. It strongly suggests that policies should...

Resource conserving technology is a novel crop management approach for intensive rice-based cropping systems in Bangladesh. The study concluded that strip...

To increase incentives for farmers, the selection of surrounding plants should integrate information about farmers’ choices to increase potential adoption...

The use of integrated fertilization combining mineral and organic fertilizers has a strong potential and could be available and affordable for smallholder...

Nutrient Expert (NE) tool-based site-specific nutrient management (SSNM) in rice and wheat crops can lower global warming potential by about 2.5% in rice...

Bangladesh is ranked among the top 10 most climate-vulnerable countries in the world. Therefore, finding a resilient crop and cropping system is the...