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AMA, Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America

AMA, Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America (AMA) (issn: 00845841) is a peer reviewed journal first published online after indexing scopus in 1982. AMA is published by Farm Machinery Industrial Research Corp and Shin-Norinsha Co. AMA publishes every subjects of general engineering and agricultural engineering. Shenyang Jianzhu Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban)/Journal of Shenyang Jianzhu University (Natural Science) General Medicine (ISSN:1311-1817) Chinese Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine Zhongguo yi liao qi xie za zhi = Chinese journal of medical instrumentation Lizi Jiaohuan Yu Xifu/Ion Exchange and Adsorption Kexue Tongbao/Chinese Science Bulletin Dalian Haishi Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Dalian Maritime University

Submission Deadline
02 Mar 2024 (Vol - 55 , Issue- 03 )
Upcoming Publication
29 Feb 2024 (Vol - 55 , Issue 02 )

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AMA, Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America

AMA, Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America (ISSN: 00845841) is a peer-reviewed journal. The journal covers Agricultural and Biological Sciences and all sort of engineering topic. the journal's scopes are in the following fields but not limited to:

Agricultural and Biological Sciences
Electrical Engineering and Telecommunication
Electronic Engineering
Computer Science & Engineering
Civil and architectural engineering
Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Transportation Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Industrial and Commercial Design
Information Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Food Engineering

Field Efficacy of Biorational Insecticides Based Modules for the Management of Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner) in Chickpea

Paper ID- AMA-19-02-2023-12028

Experiments were conducted at Banda University of Agricultural & Technology, Banda in 2018-19 and 2019-2020 to evaluate the field efficacy of biorational insecticides-based modules consisting Azadirachtin, NSKE, Bt, NSKE and Indoxacarb against Helicoverpa armigera in chickpea. The Indoxacarb 15.8 EC @ 50 g a.i./ha + Chlorantraniliprole 18.5 SC @ 30 g a.i./ha was found most effective and in reducing H. armigera population. The field treated with this module recorded least pod damage 1.68% and 1.27% during 2018-19 and 2019-20, respectively. Data revealed that the fields treated with Indoxacarb 15.8 EC @ 50 g a.i./ha + Chlorantraniliprole 18.5 SC @ 30 g a.i./ha recorded highest yield of 21.3 q/ha & 22.82 q/ha during both the year and found to be the best treatment. The maximum cost benefit (C: B) ratio of 1: 5.33 and 1: 8.17 was obtained from Indoxacarb 15.8 EC + Chlorantraniliprole 18.5 SC @ 30 g a.i./ha during 2018-19 & 2019-20, respectively.

Effect of irrigation schedules and nutrient management practices on growth, yield and economics of transplanted autumn rice

Paper ID- AMA-17-02-2023-12026

The present investigation was carried out during autumn season of 2017 and 2018 at ICR Farm, Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat to see how varied irrigation schedules and nutrient management practices affect the performance of transplanted autumn rice. Results showed that different irrigation schedules significantly effect growth and yield of transplanted autumn rice. Application of 5 cm irrigation at 3 days after disappearance of ponded water (DADPW) resulted in higher plant height, shoot dry weight and root volume at different phenological stages. The highest plant height, shoot dry weight and root volume at different phenological stages were recorded by recommended doses of fertilizer (RDF) which was at par with integrated nutrient management (INM) treatment. With 5 cm irrigation at 3 DADPW, the mean maximum yield contributing characters and grain yield and straw yield were recorded. Application of RDF provided highest yield attributing characters and grain yield and straw yield which was statistically at par with INM. Among all the treatment combinations, 5 cm irrigation at 3 DADPW with the application of INM (I2F3) recorded the highest gross return, net return and B:C ratio followed by 5 cm irrigation at 3 DADPW with the application of RDF (I2F4).

Genotype ×environment interaction on yield of maize single cross hybrids developed from tropical inbred lines of CIMMTY using AMMI

Paper ID- AMA-17-02-2023-12025

In this research, we evaluated at how the interactions between genotype and environment (GEI) affected the grain yield of 41 different maize hybrids in 2020 on three test locations (E1, E2, and E3). When we pooled all of the sources of variance analysis, we found substantial differences. The studies revealed that G14, G7, G22, G3, G35, G9, G32, G38, G24, G23, and G26 were the best stable genotypes. G14 emerges as the most acceptable and favorable genotype of them. Locations that were labile were E2 > E3 > E1. The least G×E interaction was seen in G30, G19, G4, G18, G34, G15, G13, G21, G6, G37, and G36, which also had the most unstable hybrids and the lowest grain yield overall. The recommended hybrids for each region include G7, G10, G11, G14, G20, G22, G23, G27, G32, G38, G41, and G40 had particular stability in E1. The hybrids G2, G4, G8, G21, G28, G29, and G33 displayed particular stability in the E2 location. In the E3 experimental area, the hybrids G3, G5, G8, G12, G17, G16, G18, G26, G30, G35, and G36 had a specific level of stability. G24 >G38 >G9 >G32 > G12 >G41 >G7 >G28 >G14 and G3 were superior genotypes for grain yield and GEI impact, and can be suggested for further research based on the AMMI stability value (ASV) and genotype selection index (GSI).


Paper ID- AMA-16-02-2023-12022

Designing a low-cost, simple-to-install study instrument that can be utilized in group-housed animals is critical for quantifying elements needed to assess animal health and well-being. This research aimed to develop a non-invasive, easily deployable continuous tympanic heart rate and core temperature detecting prototype system capable of recording and transmitting data from a group of hair sheep cattle. The data were gathered in 60 ewes over three hours, with readings every 15 minutes. At the same time, a commercial sensor was used to monitor vaginal temperature, as well as an electrocardiograph, was employed to assess heart rate. The results revealed a positive correlation between the heart rate and the electrocardiograph, but the correlation between the layer tamponade and the vagina was negative.

Agriculture and Revolution in Green Development: A Model for Saudi Arabia and the World

Paper ID- AMA-16-02-2023-12020

The world now places a high value on achieving sustainable development. This is especially true in the realm of agriculture. A national plan for sustainable development in Saudi Arabia, implementing green development, was presented during the Nineteenth National People's Congress, held in response to the recent establishment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the United Nations. The goal of Agriculture Green Development (AGD) is to create a green agriculture and rural area that is more productive, uses resources more efficiently, and has less of an impact on the environment by coordinating "green" with "development." There needs to be cooperation between the government, farmers, businesses, schools, and universities to accomplish this. With a focus on stringent environmental standards, food quality, and improved human well-being, AGD's novel approach will involve a complete overhaul of the crop-animal production and food production-consumption system. This article explores the potential changes that could lead to a more sustainable agriculture in the future, as well as the relevance, problems, framework, paths, and solutions for attaining AGD in China. The proposals include new ideas from other fields, better strategies for the entire food chain, and localized approaches. There will be significant repercussions for countries undergoing developmental transition as a result of Saudi Arabia adoption of AGD, which will ultimately benefit global sustainable development.