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Crop Weather Calendar:A Crop Guide Line


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A crop weather calendar contains the summarized information of crops in one single sheet of paper. The crop weather calendars are prepared in different languages for better understanding to farmers and explain the usage/ importance; and plan farm operation and activities by taking decisions as per the prevalent crop weather conditions in fields. It plays a vital role for important crops and various varieties through research and development based process at village/ panchayat level, and also helpful in improving the quality of medium range weather forecast based agro advisory services.
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  • Kaur, P., Bala, A., Singh, H. and Sandhu, S.S. (2013). Guide lines to prepare crop calendar. pp. 1-18.
  • Varshneya, M.C. and Pillai, P.B. (2008). Text book of agricultural meteorology, ICAR. pp. 184-185.
  • http://www.agrometeorology.org/fileadmin/insam/repository/das1.pdf.

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Divesh Choudhary
Department of Agricultural Meteorology, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar (Haryana), India

Abstract


A crop weather calendar contains the summarized information of crops in one single sheet of paper. The crop weather calendars are prepared in different languages for better understanding to farmers and explain the usage/ importance; and plan farm operation and activities by taking decisions as per the prevalent crop weather conditions in fields. It plays a vital role for important crops and various varieties through research and development based process at village/ panchayat level, and also helpful in improving the quality of medium range weather forecast based agro advisory services.

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