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Grow green peas or wheat followed by barley in diara lands


Indian Farming 36(4): 11, 26
Grow green peas or wheat followed by barley in diara lands
Of several winter-season crops tested for their cultivation on diara lands, which remain flooded up to early Nov., peas for pod production gave the highest net returns, followed by wheat, barley and linseed

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