Report: Impact of potential technologies for postrainy season sorghum and pearl millet in India
In India, sorghum is cultivated during rainy (kharif) and post‐rainy (rabi) seasons in central and western Maharashtra, Northern Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
is cultivated in Maharashtra both for grain and fodder during kharif and rabi seasons. Rabi sorghum occupies 64% of sorghum area.
The ICRISAT-HOPE project aims at increasing productivity in the target areas from
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in four years. The project covers 6 clusters and 12 villages in Marathwada and Western Maharashtra.
Besides targeting improved varieties, focusing on key recommended technologies, management practices like drilling of fertilizer along with seed, seed treatment, deep sowing, wide row spacing, optimum plant population, Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
and Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) are crucial. In addition, water use efficiency towards reducing drought risk is vital.
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