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Agronomy      (27 scientists)

Dr S.S. Rathore


Field of Specialisation : IFS, Agronomy for oilseed crops, Irrigation management and crop diversification

Dr S.S. Rathore

Head, Principal Scientist

M.Sc. : CSA University of Agrill Sciences and Technologies, Kanpur

Ph.D : IARI New Delhi

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PG School, Faculty Disciplines : Agronomy

No. of Students Guided : -    M.Sc :   10

   Ph.D :   4

Top 10 Publications having NAAS rating 6 and above with first or corresponding author only

  1. Rathore S.S., Chaudhary D.R., Boricha G.N., Ghosh A., Bhatt B.P., Zodape S.T., Patolia J.S. 2009. Effect of seaweed extract on the growth, yield and quality of soybean (Glycine max) under rainfed conditions. South African Journal of Botany. 75 . 351�355. (NAAS 7.6 )
  2. Rathore, S S, Karunakaran, K and Prakash, B . 2010. Alder based farming system, a traditional farming practice in Nagaland for amelioration of jhumland: Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge. 9 (4):677-680 . (NAAS 7.27 )
  3. Rathore SS, N Krose, Moa Naro, Kapila Shekhawat & BP Bhatt. 2012. Weed management through salt application: An indigenous method from shifting cultivation areas, Eastern Himalaya, India. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge 11(2): 354-357. (NAAS 7.27)
  4. Rathore SS, Chaudhary DR, Vaisya LK, Shekhawat Kapila and Bhatt BP 2014. Schoenite and potassium sulphate: Indigenous potassic fertilizer for rainfed groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge. 13 (1), 222-226. (NAAS 7.27)
  5. Rathore Sanjay Singh, Kapila Shekhawat, Om Prakash Premi, Basant Kumar Kandpal and Jitendra Singh Chauhan. 2014. Biology and management of the fast-emerging threat of broomrape in rapeseed�mustard. Weed Biology and Management 14, 145�158 (2014) doi:10.1111/wbm.12049. (NAAS 7.0)
  6. Kapila Shekhawata, S.S. Rathore, B.K. Kandpal, O.P. Premi, Dhiraj Singh, Bhagirath Singh Chauhan .2016. Crop establishment techniques affect productivity, sustainability, and soil health under mustard-based cropping systems of Indian semi-arid regions. Soil & Tillage Research 158 . 137�146. (10.68)
  7. Sanjay Singh Rathore, Subhash Babu, Kapila Shekhawat, Raghavendra Singh, S.K. Yadav,Vinod K. Singh, Chandu Singh 2022. Designing energy cum carbon-efficient environmentally clean production system for achieving green economy in agriculture. Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments Volume 52, Part B, August 2022, 102190. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.seta.2022.102190 (NAAS 14.5)
  8. Rathore Sanjay Singh, Subhash Babu, Ahmed H. El-Sappah, Kapila Shekhawat, Vinod K. Singh, Rajiv K. Singh, P.K. Upadhyay, Raghavendra Singh, Integrated agroforestry systems improve soil carbon storage, water productivity, and economic returns in the marginal land of the semi-arid region, Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, 2022, 103427, ISSN 1319-562X, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sjbs.2022.103427. (NAAS 10.2)
  9. Rathore SS, Singh, V.K.; Shekhawat, K.; Singh, R.K.; Upadhyay, P.K.; Hashim, M.; Sharma, K.C.; Jangir, R.; Singh, R. Sulfur Sources Mediated the Growth, Productivity, and Nutrient Acquisition Ability of Pearl millet– Mustard Cropping Systems. Sustainability 2022, 14, 14857. https://doi.org/10.3390/su142214857. (NAAS 9.8)
  10. Rathore S.S., Kapila Shekhawat, Anchal Dass, O.P. Premi, B.S. Rathore and V.K. Singh. 2019. Deficit Irrigation Scheduling and Superabsorbent Polymer hydrogel Enhance Seed Yield, Water Productivity And Economics of Indian Mustard Under Semi-Arid Ecologies. Irrigation And Drainage. DOI: 10.1002/ird.2322. (NAAS 8.8)

Patent / Technologies / Methodologies / System etc. (Upto Five) :

  1. Developed improved practices for enhanced productivity of marginal upland rice land spaces through participatory approach in North eastern regions of India especially under jhum lands
  1. Suitable IFS models have been developed for eastern Himalayas for alternate option to e shifting cultivation
  1. Irrigation scheduling of 20.0 mm at four stages based on soil moisture and ET requirement resulted in mustard seed yield increased by 24 % due to micro sprinkler and by 18 % due to drip irrigation. Fertigation of higher N doses through up to 80 kg Nha-1 e
  1. Delineation of rapeseed-mustard production zones through characterization and classification of soil-site conditions. Based on the analysis the climate of the rapeseed mustard production zone could be categorized into 4 distinguished groups.
  1. Crop divesification options under North west semi arid conditions were developed

Awards / Recognitions / Fellowship (Upto Five) :

  1. Fellow-National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS) 2023, Fellow National Academy of Dairy Sciences
  1. ISA Associated Fellow 2016 and ISA Fellow
  1. Fellow, RMSI, IHA and distinguished Scientist award 2011, SRMR Fellow award 2019 : Society of Rapeseed-Mustard Research
  1. FAI Sriram Purskar 2018
  1. FAI Dhiru Morarji Memorial Award