Name:
 Dr. K. Sankara Narayanan, Principal Scientist (Agronomy)
 eMail:
sankaragro@gmail.com
 Qualification
M.Sc(Ag.), Ph.D(Agronomy)
 Years of experience
19 years
Contact Address Central Institute for Cotton Research,
Regional Station, Coimbatore-641003, Tamilnadu , India .
Office Phone No:0422 2430045 ; Office Fax No.: 0422- 2454021
Mobile-: 09842215681

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

Degree Institute/
University
Year Subject
 
Class
B.Sc.(Ag) TNAU, Coimbatre 1990 Agriculture First (70.2%)
M.Sc.(Agronomy) TNAU, Coimbatre 1993 Agronomy First (86.4%)
Ph.D.(Agronomy) TNAU, Coimbatre 2001 Agronomy First (95.6%)

EMPLOYMENT

Designation Institution &
Place of posting
Period
(From-To)
Principal Scientist CICR, NAGPUR (COIMBATORE) 20.02.2010 to till date
Senior scientist CICR, NAGPUR (COIMBATORE) 20.02.2004 to 19.02.2010
Scientist (Senior Scale) CICR, NAGPUR (COIMBATORE) 04.03.2002 to 19.02.2004
Scientist (Senior Scale) IGFRI,JHANSI 20.02.2001 to 03.03.2002
Scientist IGFRI,JHANSI 19.2.2001 to 20.02.1995

RESEARCH PROJECTS HANDLED

Type of project Title Duration
TMC 1.4  Agro techniques for high density planting system (HDPS) and surgical cotton (Co PI) 2012-2017
TMC 1.9 Simulation models/electronic gadgets  for cotton protection and production (Co PI) 2012-2017
Institute Evaluation of cotton based   cropping system for higher production and economic return (PI) 2004-2011
NAIP A Value Chain for Cotton Fibre, Seed and Stalks: an innovation for higher economic return to farmers and allied stakeholders (Co PI & Consortium partner) 2007-2012
TMC Identification of genotypes for high density planting, nutrient levels and their interaction (TMC MM2.2) (CC-PI) 2010-12
Institute Water management in hirsutum and barbadense cotton (PI) 2004-2010
Institute Exploring suitable agro techniques for Bt cotton hybrid (PI) 2002-2005
Institute Influence of secondary and micronutrients on quantity and                   quality parameters of cotton (PI) 2002-2005

 

TRAININGS ATTENDED

Title     Duration  Institution 
 
Year
Forecast modeling on crops Twenty one days IASRI, New Delhi 2013
Application of Geo- informatics and crop simulation models for Agricultural Management Fourteen  days NAARM, Hyderabad 2012
Short course on cropping system models Five days ICRISAT, AP 2009
Team Building Three days YCADA, Pune 2009
Farm mechanization in cotton Two days TNAU, CBE 2008
Procurement procedure of the World Bank Two days RITES, CBE 2008
e-learning in Agriculture Eleven days TNAU, CBE 2007
Integrated weed management technology – Present status and future challenges” Twenty one days TNAU, CBE 2004
Recent advances in irrigation management for field crops” Twenty one days TNAU, CBE 2002
Agricultural Research Management (Foundation  Course) 5 months NAARM, Hyderabad 1995

 

AWARDS & RECOGNITION

 

Name of the Award/ Recognition/Reviewer Awarding Organization
(Place/Country)
Year National/International, Institutional/Profession-al Society Individual/ collaborative
National Award Ministry of chemical Fertilisers 2013 National Collaborative
(Co author)
Best paper award Indian Society of Agronomy, IARI, New Delhi 2010 National Collaborative
(First author)
Scientific Man power committee SIMA, CBE SIMA, CBE 2011-2014 Institutional Individual
Best poster award (Co author)
1.International Conference
2.National Symposium
3.International Symposium
ISCI, Mumbai CRDA, Hisar
PAU, Ludhiana
2009 2009 2006 Professional Society Professional Society
Institutional
  Collaborative Collaborative Collaborative
GUIDE (Supervisor) Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore (TN) 2005 onwards State university Individual
Executive Council Member  of CRDA, Hisar CRDA, Hisar 2008-2010 Professional Society Individual

 

TRAININGS CONDUCTED

Trainings conducted  (Title) Year Duration No. of beneficiaries Coordinator/ associated
National level awareness workshop cum training on “ELS cotton cultivation and value addition” under NAIP-CVC 2012 Three days Twenty one extension officers /workers  Coordinator
A one  days awareness workshop  for non project farmers  of NAIP –Cotton value chain project   2012 One day One hundred project farmers Coordinator
National level trainers training programme Nutrient and water management in cotton with special reference to ELS and Desi cotton 2010 Two days Thirty extension officials Co-Coordinator
Training programme on “Integrated Cotton Production” under National Agriculture innovation Project of Cotton value chain. 2010 Six Days Fifty NAIP project farmers Coordinator
Training programme entitled, “Modern methods of Cotton Production” under National Agriculture innovation Project of Cotton value chain 2008 Three Days Fifty seven  farmers Coordinator
Training programme on "Cotton stalk composting and cultivation techniques for organic cotton production" 2004 Two days Staff members of NGO, Centre for Indian knowledge system, Chennai Coordinator
Training programme on organic cotton 2004 Seven days Fifty  personnel sponsored by M/s. Oxfarm (India) Trust, Hyderabad Co-Coordinator

 

TECHNOLOGIES GENERATED

  • HDPS of cotton cultivation is  proved for  its high potentiality  and productivity. The mean average   yield of 22.7  to 31.9 q/ha were registered under HDPS , which was 5.9 to 15.0 q/ha  higher as compared to conventional Bt cotton based production system. Inclined plate planter observed higher performance for HDPS sowing. Application Pre-em. pendimethalin @1.25 kg/ha a.i.  followed by  post emergence application (tank mixing ) quizalofop-ethyl@50 g/ha and  pyrithiobac  sodium  @ 75 g ai /ha at30  DAS  were standarised  as weed control measure
  • Cotton based multi tier intercropping systems was standardized.Multi tier system of cotton + radish + cluster bean + beet root    registered  the highest Relative Production Efficiency, Relative Economic Efficiency and Land Equivalent Ratio of 182.2%, 308.7 % and 2.2 respectively as compared to sole coton
  • Promoting of integrated cotton production technologies under NAIP cotton value chain project impacted that  area of ELS cotton  increased  from 6 acres to 352  acres  in the village cluster .  Higher seed cotton  yield realized by adopting ICPT led to  higher gross return (Rs 45, 914/acre), net return( Rs 32,652/acre) and benefit cost ratio (3.50).The economics of base line per acre arrived as Rs 18,220 as gross return , Rs 7, 317 as net return and benefit cost ratio of 1.67.
  • Low cost poly-tubes  lateral  based drip system was developed. The costs of polytube drip system was Rs. 31252, per hectare of land for using of 150, micron thickness of polytubes, which was cheaper by 57.8 % in comparison to existing dry system.
  • Yield maximization techniques was standardized for ELS cotton. The combination of chisel ploughing+drip fertigation + foliar spraying of specialty fertilizer (19:19:19 @ 1% at 75 and 105 DAS and 13:0:46 @ 1% at 90 DAS) found higher performance
  • Package of practices was developed for Bt cotton .Optimum time of sowing for Bt cotton is found to be from 15th August to 15th September at Coimbatore.Geometrical arrangement of plants in 75 cm between rows and 60 cm between plants registered significantly the highest seed cotton yield .Application of 125 % RD level fertilizers  was found optimum for  Bt hybrids.
  • Micronutrient studies concluded that ginning percentage  and uniformity ratio were significantly  enhanced by soil application of FeSO4   @ 50 kg/ha in Fe. deficit soil. Foliar application of Mg SO4 @ 0.5% on 60, 75 and 90 DAS and soil application of borax @5 kg/ha increased (18%) the seed cotton yield.
  • Critical period for supplementary irrigation to rainfed cotton was identified. Providing single irrigation at boll development stage increased yield at the rate of 3.0q/ha

 

PUBLICATIONS

Peer reviewed articles

  • Sankaranarayanan,K., P Nalayini, C S Praharaj 2012 Multi-tier cropping system to enhance resource utilization, profitability and sustainability of Bt cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) production system. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 82(12):1044-50
  • Sankaranarayanan.K,Praharaj.C.S,Nalayini.P and N.Gopalakrishnan 2012 Performance of intercrops in Bt cotton hybrid and assessment of its refugia system. Journal of cot.Res.and Dev.26:52-57
  • Sankaranarayanan.K,Praharaj.C.S,Nalayini.P and N.Gopalakrishnan 2011 Evaluation of Bt and non-Bt cotton hybrids under varied planting time. Ind.J.Agron.56 (1):68-73
  • Sankaranarayanan.K,Praharaj.C.S,Nalayini.P and N.Gopalakrishnan .2011.Growth, yield and quality of Bt cotton hybrid under varied planting patterns, NPK levels and season variations.Ind.J.Agric.Sci.81(9):871-874
  • Sankaranarayanan. K., C.S. Praharaj., P. Nalayini K. K. Bandyopadhyay and N. Gopalakrishnan.2010 Low cost drip – aptness and viability as a precision irrigation tool in Bt cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.)  Cultivation. Indian Journal of Agronomy 55 (4):59-65
  • Sankaranarayanan, K., C S Praharaj, P Nalayini, K K Bandyopadhyay and  and N.Gopalakrishnan2010Effect of magnesium, zinc, iron and boron application on yield and quality of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 80 (8): 42–46
  • 7.Sankaranarayanan, K., C S Praharaj, P Nalayini, K K Bandyopadhyay and  and N.Gopalakrishnan2010  Climate change and its impact on cotton.  Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 80 (7): 561-75 
  • 8.Sankaranarayanan, K. C. S. Praharaj, P. Nalayini, K. K. Bandyopadhyay and N. Gopalakrishnan.2010  Legume as companion crop for cotton.   Journal of Cotton Research and Development. 24 (1): 115-126.
  • 9.Sankaranarayanan, K. C. S. Praharaj and N.Gopalakrishnan 2007 Precision Management of water & Nutrient in ELS cotton Production- A review.  Journal of Indian Soc. Cotton Improv. 32(3):143-152.
  • 10.Sankaranarayanan, K. C. S. Praharaj, Anderson Amalan Kumar and P.Nalayini 2007 Multi-tier vegetables intercropping system for higher productivity and economic return in cotton.  Journal cotton research and Development. 21 (2):260-266.
  • 11.Sankaranarayanan, K, C.S. Praharaj, P. Nalayini and N. Gopalakrishnan 2011  Grain legume as a doable remunerative intercrop in rainfed cotton (Gossypium hirsutum)Journal of Food Legumes  80 (8): 18-22
  • 12.Jagvirsingh,Shalu Abraham and K.Sankaranarayanan  2014 Impact analysis of Bt cotton production technologies on yield and profit of Vidharbha farmers. Journal of Cotton Research and Development,28(1):62-65
  • 13.Venugopalan,M.V,K.R.Kranthi,D.Blaise,Shubhanji zhade and K.Sankaranarayanan. 2013High density in cotton-The Brazil experience and Indian initiatives.  Cotton Research Journal 5(2):172-185
  • 14.Nalayini, P., K.Sankaranarayanan and K Velmourougane 2013 Herbigation in cotton (Gossypium spp): Effects on weed control, soil microflora and succeeding greengram (Vigna radiata).  Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 83 (11): 1144–8.
  • 15.Nalayini, P.,S. Paul Raj and  K.Sankaranarayanan  2013 Water use efficiency, nutrient uptake and production potentials of extra long staple Bt cotton  - Maize system with  moisture conservation techniques and ET based irrigation.  Journal of Cotton Research and Development 27(1)45-49
  • Nalayini,P., S.Paul raj and K.Sankaranarayanan.2012.Drip fertigation of major, secondary and micronutrients for enhancing the productivity of extra long staple Bt Cotton. J.Cotton Research.Dev.26(2)186-189
  • Nalayini, P., S.Paul Raj and K.Sankaranarayanan 2011Evaluation of Drip and Polymulching for improving water use efficiency and productivity of cotton maize cropping system. Cotton Research Journal, 2(1): 39-44
  • Praharaj.C.S, Sankaranarayanan.K,Narendra Kumar , Singh  KK and AK Tripathi  2011Low input technologies for increasing crop productivity and sustainability: A review. Current Advances in Agricultural Sciences 3 (1):1-12.
  • Usharani, S and  Sankaranarayanan.K 2011Post evaluation of farmers field schools on cotton in Tamilnadu. Journal of Extension Education.23:4592-4597
  • Nalayini1, P. S Paul raj and K. Sankaranarayanan 2011  Growth and yield performance of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) expressing the Bacillus thuringiensis var. Kurstaki as influenced by polyethylene mulching and planting techniques . Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 81 (1): 55–59
  • Nalayini, P., K. Sankaranarayanan and R. Anandham. 2010 Bio-inoculants for enhancing the productivity and nutrient uptake of winter irrigated cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) undr graded levels of nitrogen and phosphatic fertilizers. Indian Journal of Agronomy 55(1): 64-67
  • Praharaj, C.S., K. Sankaranarayanan, N. Gopalakrishnan and T. P. Rajendran.2010 Agronomic option for higher crop growth, yield, soil fertility in upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) through in-situ management of plant waste in south zone.  Indian Journal of Agricultural Science 80 (4): 298-305
  • Praharaj, C. S., K. Sankaranarayanan and N. Gopalakrishnan 2010 Role of improved Agronomy an integrated pest management in cotton. Journal of Cotton Research and Development 24 (1): 29-40.
  • Praharaj, C.S., K. Sankaranarayanan, S.E.S.A. Khader and N. Gopalakrishnan 2009 Sustaining cotton productivity and soil fertility through in-situ management of green manure and crop residues in semi arid irrigated condition of Tamil Nadu Indian Journal of Agronomy 54 (4):415-422
  • Praharaj, C.S., K. Sankaranarayanan and N. Gopalakrishnan 2010 Improvement in Agro-technologies for pest free Quality fibre Production in Cotton - A Review on Indian Context. Journal Indian Soc. Cotton Improv. 34 (1):1-16.
  • Venugopalan, M.V., K. Sankaranarayanan, D. Blaise, C.S. Praharaj and B.Gangaiah 2009  Bt cotton (Gossypium sp) in India and its Agronomic requirements- A review.  Indin Journal of Agronomy 54 (4): 343-360.
  • Bandyopadhyay. K. K., A. H. Prakash, K Sankaranarayanan, B. Dharajothi and N. Gopalakrishnan2009Effect of irrigation and nitrogen on soil water dynamics, productivity and input use efficiency of Bt cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) in a vertic ustropept). Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 79 (6): 448-453.
  • Nalayini, P. R. Anandham, K. Sankararanarayanan and T.P. Rajendran. 2009 Polyethylene mulching for enhancing crop productivity and water use efficiency in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) and maize (Zea mays) cropping system. Indian Journal of Agronomy 54 (4):409-414
  • Praharaj, C. S., K. Sankaranarayanan and T. P. Rajendran.  2006 Comparative performance of Irrigated hirsutum cotton in conventional and organic packages in black clay loam soils of Tamil Nadu. Journal of Indian Soc.Cotton Improv., 31 (2):99-104.
  • Praharaj. CS, K.Sankaranarayanan, K.K. Singh and A.K.Tripathi 2013Village group  approach for enhanced prosperity  and livelihood security through  conservation of resources- An Review. Current Advances in Agricultural Sciences. 5 (2):167-174

Book Chapters    

  • Sankaranarayanan,K.,S.Usharani, and K.Rajendran (2013)Extra long stable cotton-A view (Tamil):In:Book chapter I Science in raising Tamil –Agriculture” (S.Jacob Annamalai et al)  All India Science Tamil Association,Tanjore, Tamil Nadu
  • Sankaranarayanan, K., C. S. Praharaj and N. Gopalakrishnan. 2009.Legume in sustainable cotton farming. In: Book chapter in Legumes (Book ISBN, 81-89304-70-4) Edited by M. Prakash and S. Murugan,  Sathish Serial Publishing House, Delhi.149 - 166
  • Sankaranarayanan,K., P.Nalayini and N.Gopalakrishnan 2011Organic Cotton Cultivation Pp:165-179 In: Book chapter in Organic farming ( Tamil). Edited by Chandrasekaran, B and K.Annadurai, 2011. Published by New Century Book House (P) Ltd., Chennai-600098. 357pNew Century Book House (P) Ltd., Chennai-600098.165 - 179
  • Nalayini, P.,K.Sankaranarayanan S.Usharani and,T.Kanjana, 2013Polythene mulch in cotton. Agricultural Science by Edited by Ramasundaram et al Science in raising Tamil, Agricultural science 1:272-274.All India Science Tamil Association,Tanjore, Tamil Nadu pp:272-274
  • Usharani,S.,T.Kanjana,P.Nalayini and K.Sankaranarayanan2013Extension strategies for sustainable and commercial cotton. Agricultural science by Edited by Ramasundaram et al,  Science in raising Tamil, Agricultural science 1:124-128All India Science Tamil Association,Tanjore, Tamil Nadupp:124-128
  • Solaimalai, A., R. Saravanakumar, M. Baskar and K. Sankaranarayanan.2004 Irrigation with poor quality of water on soil and crop. Water Pollution assessment and management (Ed.) Arvind Kumar (CISBN 81-7035-3386). Pp.520 .Daya Publishing House, Delhi406 - 425
  • Solaimalai, A., R. Saravanakumar, M. Baskar and K. Sankaranarayanan.2004 Management of poor quality water for irrigation. Water Pollution assessment and management (Ed.) Arvind Kumar (CISBN 81-7035-3386). Pp.520Daya Publishing House, Delhi454 - 469
  • Solaimalai, A., R. Saravanakumar, M. Baskar and K. Sankaranarayanan.2004 Assessment of Irrigation Water Qualities Water Pollution assessment and management (Ed.) Arvind Kumar (CISBN 81-7035-3386). Pp.520Daya Publishing House, Delhi388-405

Conference proceeding papers

  • Sankaranarayanan,K.,   P. Nalayini, and  K.Rajendran 2012Multi-tier cropping systems and its weed control methods for  higher resource utilization , profitability and sustainability in Bt cotton.International Symposium  on “Global Cotton Production Technologies vis-à-vis Climate change”   held at CCSHAU, Hisar, during Oct. 10-12, 2012 organised by CRDA-Hisar
  • Sankaranarayanan.K,Praharaj.C.S,Nalayini.P and N.Gopalakrishnan 2011 Input use efficiency, productivity, profitability and sustainability of Bt cotton based multitier with nutrient levels. In: Proceedings of world cotton Research Conference -5 , Organized by International  Cotton advisory Committee , Washington, Dc USA  in collaboration with  Indian Society  for Cotton Improvement , Mumbai, India under the auspices of Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, India, held on  November  7-11 at The Renaissance, Mumbai, India.Pp:.350-358.
  • Nalayini1, P,  Sankaranarayanan , K , Velmourougane, K and M.Suveetha .2011.Biodegradable polyethylene mulching- A new approach for moisture conservation, weed control, and enhanced productivity of winter irrigated cotton - maize system. In: Proceedings of world cotton Research Conference -5 , Organized by International  Cotton advisory Committee , Washington, Dc USA  in collaboration with  Indian Society  for Cotton Improvement , Mumbai, India under the auspices of Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, India, held on  November  7-11 at The Renaissance, Mumbai, India.Pp:.386-391
  • Sankaranarayanan, K., P. Nalayini, C. S. Praharaj and B. Dharajothi 2004 Effect of dates of sowing on the productivity of Bt cotton hybrid. Contributory paper published in the International Symposium on "Strategies for Sustainable Cotton Production – A Global vision", on 23-25th Nov. 04, organised by UAS, Dharwad, 03-104
  • Sankaranarayan, K. C. S. Praharaj, P. Nalayini, K. K. Bandyopadhyay and N.Gopalakrishnan 2009 Sustaining fibre quality and quantity through supplementation of micronutrient fertilization. In: Proceeding of International conference on “Emerging trends in production, processing and utilization of natural fibre” held at Mumbai on April 16-18, 2009.organised by ISCI,IFS, CIRCOT, MumbaiPp:1-7
  • Sankaranarayanan, K. P. Nalayini, C.S. Praharaj, K.K. Bandyopadhyay and N. Gopalakrishnan 2009Yield maximization techniques for Bt cotton hybrid cultivation.  Invited paper presented in the National Symposium on “New frontier vistas in modern Biology” was held on 13th and 14th , 2009, Organized by Sri Kaliswari College, Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu(TN)Pp: 5 - 7
  • Sankaranarayanan, K., S. Usharani and N. Gopalakrishnan 2009 Agronomy performance of Bt cotton hybrids.  Invited paper presented in 8th  National level Biological Congress on “Biotechnology Glimpses of Future Prospects”- 2009 held on 9th  and 10th  January, 2009, organised by Department of Biological Science, Muthayammal College of Arts and Science, Rasipuram, Namakkal Dt, Tamil Nadu.Pp:3 - 4
  • Sankaranarayanan, K. P. Nalayini, C. S. Praharaj and N. Gopalakrishnan2008In situ soil moisture conservation and efficient method of irrigation to cotton.  Invited paper presented in the seminar on cotton production – 2008 on  “Improved crop production strategies for enhancing cotton productivity, quality and economic return” held on 7th  June 2008, at CICR, RS, CBE, organized by the SIMA - CDRA, Coimbatore.Pp: 71 - 82
  • Sankaranarayanan, K. C. S. Praharaj and N. Gopalakrishnan 2008 Legume in Sustainable Cotton Farming. Invited paper presented in   National Seminar on “Advances in Legume Research (ALR 2008)” organized by Dept .of Agricultural Botany, Faculty of Agriculture, Annamalai University at Annamalai Nagar, Chidambaram, on 6 & 7th  March, 2008.Pp: 59 - 60
  • Sankaranarayanan, K. C. S. Praharaj, P. Nalayini and N. Gopalakrishnan 2006 Drip-fertigation in ELS cotton production. Invited paper presented in the   National Workshop on "Increasing ELS cotton production in India" was held on 6-7th  Oct. 06, organized by DOCD, Mumbai , Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture, at TNAU, Coimbatore.
  • Praharaj, C. S.,  K. Sankaranarayanan, S. E. S. A. Khader and N. Gopalakrishnan 2009 Productivity sustenance in cotton through it’s by product utilization vis-a- vis in-situ green manuring in southern cotton zone of India. In: Proceeding of International conference on “Emerging trends in production, processing and utilization of natural fibre” held at Mumbai on April 16-18, 2009, pp. 591-601organised by ISCI,IFS, CIRCOT, Mumbai
  • Nalayini,P., and K. Sankaranarayanan 2010 Weed distribution and Herbicide weed manasgement in Cotton.In: Lead paper in National Conference on “ Challenges in weed management in Agro –Eco Systems- Present Status & Future Strategies” held on 30th Nov. to 1st Dec.2010 at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, CoimbatorePp:30 - 41
  • Praharaj, C. S. K. Sankaranarayanan, K. K. Bandyopadhyay and P. Thukkaiyannan. 2009 Sustaining cotton fibre production through integrated soil fertility management a long term study in Southern India. In: Proceeding of International conference on “Emerging trends in production, processing and utilization of natural fibre” held at Mumbai on April 16-18, 2009, pp 22-30 organised by .ISCI,IFS, CIRCOT, Mumbai
  • Nalayini, P. Paul Raj, S and K. Sankaranarayanan 2009 Drip fertigation of major, secondary and micronutrients for enhancing the productivity of ELS Bt Cotton. as oral ( presentation ) at the National Symposium on “Bt Cotton : Opportunities and prospects” held during November 17-19,2009 at Hotel Sun-n-Sand Nagpur. (Eds. M.S. Chauhan, K.R.Kranthi, S.S.Siwach, M.V.Venugopalan, A.R.Reddy and R.S. Sangwan), Cotton Research and Development Association, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar – 125 004,India. Pp. 166-171
  • Nalayini, P. Paul Raj, S and K. Sankaranarayanan 2009 Water Use Efficiency and Production Potential of ELS Bt Cotton – Maize System with Hi-tech Moisture Conservation Techniques and ET based Irrigation.Presented at the International Conference on “Emerging Trends in Production, Processing and Utilization of Natural Fibres” held during 16-18 April, Mayfair, Mumbai Organized by Indian Society for Cotton Improvement, Mumbai, Indian Fibre Society, Mumbai in Collaboration with Texas Tech University, USA. In:  Souvenir of the conference: pp. 8-14
  • Nalayini, P. Paul Raj, S and K. Sankaranarayanan 2009 Growth and Yield Performance of Bt and non Bt cotton as influenced by poly ethylene mulching and planting techniques. Presented at the International Conference on “Emerging Trends in Production, Processing and Utilization of Natural Fibres” held during 16-18 April, Mayfair, Mumbai Organized by Indian Society for Cotton Improvement, Mumbai, Indian Fibre Society, Mumbai in Collaboration with Texas Tech University, USA. In: Souvenir of the conference: pp. 15-21
  • Gopalakrishnan, N., S.E.S.A Khader, A. H. Prakash and K. Sankaranarayanan.2009 Climate change and cotton production. Invited paper  presented at the National Symposium on “Bt Cotton : Opportunities and Prospects” held during November 17-19,2009 at Hotel Sun-n-Sand Nagpur, In : Proceedings of the conference (Eds. M.S. Chauhan, K.R.Kranthi, S.S.Siwach, M.V.Venugopalan,A.R.Reddy and R.S. Sangwan), Cotton Research and Development Association, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar – 125 004,India,Pp:74 – 84
  • Nalayini, P and K. Sankaranarayanan 2008.Integrated approaches for yield maximization in cotton. In: Proceeding of the seminar on cotton production – 2008 titled as    “Improved crop production strategies for enhancing cotton productivity, quality and economic return”. Published by the SIMA Cotton Development & Research Association, Coimbatore,Pp:4 - 41
  • Praharaj, C.S. and K. Sankaranarayanan 2008 Enhancing the income levels of cotton farmers by village cluster approach. In: Proceeding of the seminar on cotton production – 2008 titled as   “Improved crop production strategies for enhancing cotton productivity, quality and economic return”. Published by the SIMA Cotton Development & Research Association, Coimbatore. Pp:91 - 99
  • Praharaj, C. S., K. Sankaranarayanan and N. Gopalakrishnan 2008 Sustainability of cotton acreage and productivity through ex-situ and in-situ management of farm waste in semi arid tracts of western Zone of Tamil Nadu. In: proceeding of National seminar on INM in rainfed agro ecosystem held at CRIDA, Hyderabad. 3-4th March, 2008.
  • Praharaj,C.S. K. Sankaranarayanan and T.P.Rajendran 2006 Long term studies on the sustainability of cotton based cropping system and nutrient schedule on a calcareous clay loam soils of South India. In: Proceeding of International Symposium on “Balanced fertilization for sustainable crop productivity”. Pp:2:160-168organised by  PAU,Ludhiana & International Potash Institute
  • Gopalakrishnan, N., R. P. Nachane, K. Sankaranarayanan and S. Marimuthu. 2008 Issues and approaches for value addition in cotton. In: Proceeding of the seminar on cotton production – 2008 titled as “Improved crop production strategies for enhancing cotton productivity, quality and economic return” Published by the SIMA Cotton Development & Research Association, Coimbatore Pp:135 - 138
  • Praharaj, C. S., K. Sankaranarayanan and T. P. Rajendran. 2004 Studies on fibre yield and quality as influenced by cropping system and integrated nutrient scheduling to cotton. Contributory paper published in the International Symposium on "Strategies for Sustainable Cotton Production – A Global vision", on 23-25th Nov. 04, UAS, Dharwad, pp.69-74.
  • Praharaj, C.S., T.P.Rajendran and K. Sankaranarayanan 2004 Studies on the incorporation of various organic resources to soil on the performance of hirsutum cotton. Contributory paper published in the International Symposium on "Strategies for Sustainable Cotton Production – A Global vision", on 23-25th Nov. 04, UAS, Dharwad, pp.130-132.
  • Nalayini, P., T.P.Rajendran, R. Anandhan, K. Sankaranarayanan and Anderson A. Kumar 2004 Polythene mulching – a new technique for better water management and efficient weed control in cotton. Contributory paper published in the International Symposium on "Strategies for Sustainable Cotton Production – A Global vision", on 23-25th Nov. 04, UAS, Dharwad, pp.75-77.
  • Nalayini, P and K. Sankaranarayanan 2008 Pros and cons of using of plastics in Agriculture with cotton- maize as a case study and its impact on Environment. Invited paper in International Conference on Plastics and Environment held at Chennai, 22nd & 23rd Feb.2008   organized by Chennai Plastics Manufacture and Merchants Association, India.CIPET, Chennai
  • Nalayini, P.,  K. Sankaranarayanan and N. Gopalakrisnan. 2006Agronomic management of ELS cotton. In: Proceeding of the  National Workshop on "Increasing ELS cotton production in India" was held on 6-7th Oct. 06 organized by Government of India, DOCD, MUMBAI , Ministry of Agriculture

Technical Bulletins

  • Sankaranarayanan,K.N.Gopalakrishnan,K,Rajendran and R.P.Nachane 2012 Breaking yield barriers in monocropped rainfed Bt cotton by incorporation insitu grown ragi. Technical bulletin published from NAIP project on Cotton Value Chain”.CICR,RS,Coimbatore-3Pp: 1-8
  • Sankaranarayanan, K., N. Gopalakrishnan P. Nalayini,  M.Sabesh, S.Usha Rani and R.P.Nachane  2011Technical bulletin (1/2011)  on “Low cost drip – Cost effective and precision irrigation tool in Bt cotton” Published by the project coordinator and Head, Central Institute for Cotton Research, Regional station, Coimbatore under National Agricultural Innovation Project on cotton value chain Pp: 1 - 21
  • Sankaranarayanan, K., N. Gopalakrishnan P. Nalayini,  M.Sabesh, K.Rajendran  and R.P.Nachane  2011 Technical bulletin (2/2011)  on “Multi-tier cropping system for profitablity and   stability   in  Bt cotton production” Published by the project coordinator and Head, Central Institute for Cotton Research, Regional station, Coimbatore under National Agricultural Innovation Project on cotton value chain Pp:  1 - 19
  • Sankaranarayanan, K. R. Manickam, P. Nalayini, N. Gopalakrishnan and M. Sabesh. 2010Technical bulletin (3/2010) on “Status and Strategies for production of ELS cotton” Published by the project coordinator and Head, Central Institute for Cotton Research, Regional station, Coimbatore under NAIP project on cotton value chain ,Pp:1 - 60
  • Sankaranarayanan,K.,P.Nalayini, K. P. M. Dhamayanthi and N. Gopalakrishnan2010Technical bulletin (4/2010) on “Organic Cotton Production” Published by the project coordinator and Head, Central Institute for Cotton Research, Regional Station, Coimbatore under NAIP project on cotton Value Chain ,Pp:1 - 27
  • Sankaranarayanan, K. N. Gopalakrishnan, N. Sathesh kumar, M. Sabesh and P.Nalayini 2009 Technical bulletin (2/2009) on “Integrated Cotton Production” (Tamil) Published by the project coordinator and Head, Central Institute for Cotton Research, Regional station, Coimbatore under NAIP project on Cotton Value Chain Pp:1 - 16
  • 7.Nalayini, P., K.Sankaranarayanan, S.Usha Rani, R. Vasantha senan and M.Suveetha 2011Bt cotton based innovative intercropping system for the winter irrigated tract of Coimbatore. Technical bulletin (3/2011) . Published by The Director, CICR, Coimbatore.  
  • Usha Rani, S. M. Sabesh, K. Sankaranarayanan, and N. Gopalakrishnan2010Technical bulletin on “Frequently Asked Questions  in Cotton (Tamil) . Technical bulletin (1/2010) Published by National Agricultural Innovation Project - Cotton value chain, Central Institute for Cotton Research, Regional Station, Coimbatore in commemoration with Interactive Workshop of farmers and scientists on “Innovations for higher economic return to  cotton farmers” was held on 5th March 2010 at Central Institute for Cotton Research , Regional Station, Coimbatore Pp:1 - 20
  • Gopalakrishnan, N., Usha Rani, S., Sankaranarayanan, K., Sabesh, M., and B.Dharajothi 2010Novel Techniques in Cotton Cultivation (Tamil)-An outlook. Technical Bulletin No.2/2010. CICR, Regional Station, Coimbatore CICR,CBEPp: 1 - 34
  • Nalayini, P., K. Sankaranarayanan, R. Anandam and S. Paulraj2009Technical bulletin (1/2009):Poly mulch technology– A new tool for enhancing productivity in cotton – maize system. Published by the project coordinator and Head, Central Institute for Cotton Research, Regional station, Coimbatore.CICR,CBE, Pp:1 - 11

 

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