Best Paper Award

Dr S Venkataraman awards for best paper on “Biotic and abiotic stress management


Year
Name of the Recipient
Thesis title

2011

Sevak Das, Vyas Pandey, H.R. Patel and K.I. Patel

Effect of weather parameters on pest-disease complex of okra grown during summer season in middle Gujarat. Journal of Agrometeorology Vol. 13(1): 36-41.

2014

Poly Saha and Srikantha Das

Influence of weather parameter and different host plant nutrition sources on development of early blight of Totato predicted using Logistic and Gompertz model.


Best paper published in the Journal of Agrometeorology.


Year
Name of the Recipient
Thesis title

2006&

2007
Gouranga Kar and M. Martha

Climate risk sensitivity livelihood matrix in Bay of Bengal coast of India. Journal of Agrometeorology,Vol.8 (1), 2006


2008&

2009
M. Shamim, A M Shekh, V J patel, J F Dodia, D M Korat and A M Mehta

Effect of weather parameters on population dynamics of green leaf hopper and white backed plant hopper in paddy grown in middle Gujarat region. Journal of Agrometeorology Vol 11(2), Dec. 2009.


Surendra Singh Diwan Singh and VUM Rao

Seedling establishment of chickpea cultivars in varying sowing environments under field conditions. Journal of Agrometeorology Vol. 11(2): Dec. 2009.


A. Mukherjee, S Banerjee and S Sarkar

Productivity and radiation use efficiency of tea grown under different shade trees in the plain land of West Bengal. Journal of Agrometeorology Vol. 10(2), Dec. 2008


2010&

2011
A.V.M.S.Rao, T. Satyanarana, G. G. S. N. Rao, V. U. M. Rao,D.V.Bhaskara Rao, N. Manikandan, P. S.B. Chowdary, V. Ravikumar and Y.S. Ramakrishna

Utilization of high resolution short range weather forecast for agro-advisory services. Journal of Agrometeorology, Vol. 12(2): 229-233.


K K Singh, R K Mall, R S Singh and A K Srivastava

Evaluation of CANEGRO Sugarcane model in East Uttar Pradesh, India. Journal of Agrometeorology, Vol. 12(2): 181-186.


J. Mukherjee, Lakhwinder Singh, Gurjot Singh, S. K. Bal, Harpreet Singh and Prabhjyot Kaur

Comparative evaluation of WOFOST and ORYZA 2000 models in simulating growth and development of rice in Punjab. Journal of Agrometeorology Vol. 13(2): 86-91.

2012-2013

1. Weather based forewarning model for Alternaria leaf spot of safflower in scarcity zone of Maharashtra. by Murumkar et al, Journal of Agrometeorology (2013), Vol. 15(1): 66-70

2. Reference evapotranspiration over India: a comparison of estimates from open pan with Penman-Monteith method. By Bapuji Rao et al, Journal of Agrometeorology (2013), Vol. 15(2): 108-114.

3. Comparison of different models for estimation of net primary productivity in India. By Pranuthi et al, Journal of Agrometeorology (2012), Vol. 14(2): 105-110.

2014-2015

1. Biometeorological aspects of conception rates in cattle. Shradha rawat et al, Journal of Agrometeorology (2014), Vol. 16(1): 116-120.

2. Yield and duration of potato crop in Bihar under projected climate scenario. By Abdul Haris et al, Journal of Agrometeorology (2015), Vol. 17(1): 67-73.

Thesis along with the above information may be submitted to,

The Secretary
Association of Agrometeorologists
B.A. College of Agriculture
Anand Agricultural University
Anand 388 110
Gujarat