Agronomic Crops

Volume 1: Production Technologies

  • Mirza¬†Hasanuzzaman

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Sahrish Naz, Zartash Fatima, Pakeeza Iqbal, Amna Khan, Iqra Zakir, Sibgha Noreen et al.
    Pages 1-18
  3. M. R. Umesh, Sangu Angadi, Prasanna Gowda, Rajan Ghimire, Sultan Begna
    Pages 19-32
  4. Imran, Amanullah, Abdul Bari, Hamayoon Khan, Roshan Ali
    Pages 33-44
  5. Subhadip Paul, Neha Chatterjee, J. S. Bohra, S. P. Singh, D. Dutta, Rajesh Kumar Singh et al.
    Pages 45-66
  6. Muhammad Sami Ul Din, Iftikhar Ahmad, Nazim Hussain, Ashfaq Ahmad, Aftab Wajid, Tasneem Khaliq et al.
    Pages 67-82
  7. Syed Asad Hussain Bukhari, Arslan Masood Peerzada, Muhammad Haseeb Javed, Muhammad Dawood, Nazim Hussain, Shakeel Ahmad
    Pages 83-114
  8. Ahmad Khan
    Pages 115-129
  9. Ghulam Abbas, Haseeb Younis, Sahrish Naz, Zartash Fatima, Atique-ur-Rehman, Sajjad Hussain et al.
    Pages 131-147
  10. Muhammad Ijaz, Abdul Rehman, Komal Mazhar, Ammara Fatima, Sami Ul-Allah, Qasim Ali et al.
    Pages 149-173
  11. S. P. Singh, M. K. Singh, Sandeep Kumar, U. Sai Sravan
    Pages 175-198
  12. Hafeez-ur-Rehman, Ahmad Nawaz, Masood Iqbal Awan, Muhammad Ijaz, Mubshar Hussain, Shakeel Ahmad et al.
    Pages 199-222
  13. Haseeb Younis, Ghulam Abbas, Sahrish Naz, Zartash Fatima, Muhammad Arif Ali, Mukhtar Ahmed et al.
    Pages 223-236
  14. Sajid Hussain, Muhammad Ijaz, Mubshar Hussain, Sami Ul-Allah, Tahira Abbas, Ahmad Nawaz et al.
    Pages 237-260
  15. M. K. Singh, S. P. Singh, B. Singh
    Pages 261-272
  16. Ahmad Sher, Ahmad Nawaz, Muhammad Sarfraz, Muhammad Ijaz, Sami Ul-Allah, Abdul Sattar et al.
    Pages 273-296
  17. Muhammad Ijaz, Muhammad Nawaz, Hakoomat Ali, Mubshar Hussain, Muhammad Umer Chattha, Ahmad Nawaz et al.
    Pages 313-334
  18. Omer Farooq, Naeem Sarwar, Tauqeer Ahmad Yasir, Muhammad Mazhar Iqbal, Tayyaba Naz, Muqarrab Ali et al.
    Pages 335-361
  19. Tanveer Ahmad, Rana Muhammad Sabir Tariq, Qumer Iqbal, Sajjad Hussain, Aamir Nawaz, Shakeel Ahmad
    Pages 363-385
  20. Mohammad Shameem Al Mamun
    Pages 441-505
  21. Anjan Hazra, Nirjhar Dasgupta, Chandan Sengupta, Biswajit Bera, Sauren Das
    Pages 507-531
  22. Kajal Sengupta
    Pages 533-543
  23. Muhammad Tariq, Hakoomat Ali, Nazim Hussain, Wajid Nasim, Muhammad Mubeen, Shakeel Ahmad et al.
    Pages 545-559
  24. Srijani Maji, Arpita Das, Rajib Nath, P. Bandopadhyay, Raju Das, Sanjeev Gupta
    Pages 561-605
  25. Muhammad Ijaz, Ahmad Nawaz, Sami Ul-Allah, Muhammad Shahid Rizwan, Aman Ullah, Mubshar Hussain et al.
    Pages 607-621
  26. Atique-ur-Rehman, Hakoomat Ali, Zartash Fatima, Shakeel Ahmad
    Pages 623-653
  27. Irfan Afzal, Rubab Shabir, Saeed Rauf
    Pages 655-678
  28. Muhammad Yasin, Waqas Wakil, Kazam Ali, Muhammad Ijaz, Shahid Hanif, Liaqat Ali et al.
    Pages 679-710

About this book


Agronomic crops have been used to provide foods, beverages, fodders, fuels, medicines and industrial raw materials since the dawn of human civilization. Today, agronomic crops are being cultivated by employing scientific methods instead of traditional methods. However, in the current era of climate change, agronomic crops are subjected to various environmental stresses, which results in substantial yield loss. To meet the food demands of the ever-increasing global population, new technologies and management practices are being adopted to boost yield and maintain productivity under both normal and adverse conditions.

Scientists are now exploring a variety of approaches to the sustainable production of agronomic crops, including varietal development, soil management, nutrient and water management, pest management, etc. Researchers have also made remarkable progress in developing stress tolerance in crops through different approaches. However, achieving optimal production to meet the increasing food demand is an open challenge.

Although there have been numerous publications on the above-mentioned problems, and despite the extensive research being conducted on them, there is hardly any comprehensive book available. In response, this book offers a timely resource, addressing all aspects of production technologies, management practices and stress tolerance in agronomic crops in a single volume.


Advance Production Technologies Agronomic Crops Climatic Variability Crop Intensification Oxidative Stress Plant Breeding

Editors and affiliations

  • Mirza¬†Hasanuzzaman
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Agronomy, Faculty of AgricultureSher-e-Bangla Agricultural UniversityDhakaBangladesh

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