His primary areas of study are Agronomy, Crop, Population, Tillage and Irrigation. Jagadish Timsina performs integrative Agronomy and Mathematics research in his work. He works mostly in the field of Tillage, limiting it down to topics relating to Soil structure and, in certain cases, Mulch-till, Strip-till, Conventional tillage and Minimum tillage, as a part of the same area of interest.
His study in Irrigation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fertilizer and Sowing. The concepts of his Nutrient management study are interwoven with issues in Soil organic matter, Crop residue, Soil quality and Mineralization. The various areas that Jagadish Timsina examines in his Food security study include Biomass, Cropping system, Productivity and Anthesis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agronomy, Crop, Irrigation, Fertilizer and Sowing. His Cultivar, Tillage, Cropping system and Crop yield study, which is part of a larger body of work in Agronomy, is frequently linked to Mathematics, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study on Conventional tillage is often connected to Population as part of broader study in Tillage.
His Crop study which covers Yield that intersects with DSSAT. His Irrigation research incorporates themes from Loam, Water table and Drainage. His studies deal with areas such as Soil classification, Nutrient management, Plant nutrition and Soil fertility as well as Fertilizer.
Jagadish Timsina mostly deals with Agronomy, Crop, Conservation agriculture, Cropping system and Cropping. In his study, Tillage is inextricably linked to No-till farming, which falls within the broad field of Agronomy. His Crop study combines topics in areas such as Dry matter, Crop residue and Straw.
His work in Cropping system tackles topics such as Agroforestry which are related to areas like Organic farming, Land degradation and Intensive farming. His Cropping research integrates issues from Weed control and Weed. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Water use, Crop yield and Saline water.
Jagadish Timsina mainly investigates Agronomy, Cropping system, Conservation agriculture, Irrigation and Cropping. His study connects Saline water and Agronomy. Jagadish Timsina has researched Irrigation in several fields, including Dry matter and Crop.
His Cropping research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Rural poverty and Livelihood. The Crop yield study combines topics in areas such as Leaching, Conventional tillage, Soil management, Crop rotation and No-till farming. His Agroforestry research includes elements of Land degradation, Agricultural productivity and Organic farming.
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Productivity and management of rice–wheat cropping systems: issues and challenges
J Timsina;D.J Connor.
Field Crops Research (2001)
Productivity and sustainability of the rice-wheat cropping system in the indo-gangetic plains of the Indian subcontinent: Problems, opportunities, and strategies
Bhagirath S. Chauhan;Gulshan Mahajan;Virender Sardana;Jagadish Timsina.
Advances in Agronomy (2012)
Crop residue management for nutrient cycling and improving soil productivity in rice-based cropping systems in the tropics
Advances in Agronomy (2005)
Performance of CERES-Rice and CERES-Wheat models in rice–wheat systems: A review
J. Timsina;E. Humphreys.
Agricultural Systems (2006)
Rice-maize systems of South Asia: current status, future prospects and research priorities for nutrient management
Jagadish Timsina;Mangi L. Jat;Kaushik Majumdar.
Plant and Soil (2010)
Crop performance and water- and nitrogen-use efficiencies in dry-seeded rice in response to irrigation and fertilizer amounts in northwest India
G. Mahajan;B.S. Chauhan;J. Timsina;P.P. Singh.
Field Crops Research (2012)
Cultivar, nitrogen, and water effects on productivity, and nitrogen-use efficiency and balance for rice–wheat sequences of Bangladesh
J Timsina;U Singh;M Badaruddin;C Meisner.
Field Crops Research (2001)
Editorial: Impacts of COVID-19 on agricultural and food systems worldwide and on progress to the sustainable development goals.
Emma C. Stephens;Guillaume Martin;Mark van Wijk;Jagadish Timsina.
Agricultural Systems (2020)
Evaluation of options for increasing yield and water productivity of wheat in Punjab, India using the DSSAT-CSM-CERES-Wheat model
J. Timsina;D. Godwin;E. Humphreys;Yadvinder-Singh.
Agricultural Water Management (2008)
Water saving in rice-wheat systems
E. Humphreys;E. Humphreys;C. Meisner;R. Gupta;J. Timsina.
Plant Production Science (2005)
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