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Khanna VK

Khanna VK
College of Post-Graduate Studies,
Barapani, Umiam-793103, Meghalaya

  • Review Article
    Effect of Climate Change on Rice
    Author(s): Dabi T and Khanna VKDabi T and Khanna VK

    Climate change has evolved from a subject of future speculation to an inconvenient reality of the present. Given the inseparable link of agriculture with climatic variables, impact of climate change on agriculture and food security has been at the forefront of the research and policy agenda in recent times. Climatic alteration in India is becoming fairly perceptible, and the changes are far more evident than in other parts of the country. As a result of climate change, extreme abiotic factors like high and low temperatures, droughts, salinity, osmotic stress, heavy rains, floods and frost damages are posing serious threats to rice production and also are detrimental for the farmers earning livelihood from rice cultivation. There is a dire need to frame strategies against these stresses, so that in order to cope with such impacts crop improvement will help in finding the sustainable an.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2168-9881.1000181

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