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P.I., All India Network project on Soil Biodiversity- Biofertilizers funded by ICAR
Co-P.I, AINP on Organic Farming funded by ICAR
Co-P.I, AICRP on Soybean –Microbiology funded by ICAR
Co-P.I, Participatory technology development and GHG reduction for sustainable production of organic and fair trade basmati rice ICSD/ HELVETAS, Switzerland.
P.I., Effect of herbicide Clomazone 50% EC on soil physico-chemical properties and microflora in paddy and soybean funded by UPL, Mumbai
Soil Microbiology, Soil quality, Soil biodiversity (AIMs)
In-Charge of CAL lab
- FACULTY PROFILE
Department of Soil Science
Dr. Kiran P. Raverkar
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Research areas/areas of interest
Selected Research Publications
- Bhattacharjya, S., Bhaduri, D., Chauhan, S., Chandra. R., Raverkar, K.P., Pareek, N. 2017. Comparative evaluation of three contrasting land use systems for soil carbon, imicrobial and biochemical indicators in North-Western Himalaya. Ecological Engineering 103: 21-30.
- Raverkar, K.P., Pareek, N., Chandra. R., Chauvan, S. Zodape, S.T. Ghosh, A. 2015. Impact of foliar application of seaweed saps on yield, nodulation and nutritional quality in green gram (Vigna radiata L.). Legume Research. DOI: 10.5958/0976-0571.2015.00094.6.
- Rana, M., Raverkar, K.P., Pareek, N., Chandra, R., Singh, D.K. 2015. Impact of biodynamic preparations and panchgavya in organically managed cropping systems comprising legumes on soil biological health. Legume Research 38 (2): 219-228
- Lone, A.H., Raverkar, K.P., Pareek, N. 2014. In-vitro effects of herbicides on soil microbial communities. The Bioscan 9(1):11-16.
- Raverkar, K.P., Ajay, S.B., Gupta, Rao, D.L.N. 2005. Survival of Soybean Rhizobia in Summer and Proliferation during Monsoon in Vertisols of Central India. Journal of Indian Society of Soil Science 53: 597-597.
- Janzen, R.A., Raverkar, K.P., Rutherford, P.M., McGill, W.B. 1996. Decreasing amounts of extractable phospho-lipid linked fatty acids in a soil during decline in number of Pseudomonas. Can. J. Soil Sci. 74:277-284.