His primary areas of study are Agronomy, Tillage, Conservation agriculture, No-till farming and Conventional tillage. His Crop yield and Cropping system study in the realm of Agronomy connects with subjects such as Population. His Tillage research integrates issues from Irrigation, Crop residue and Crop.
In his research on the topic of Conservation agriculture, Food security, Strip-till, Mulch-till and Minimum tillage is strongly related with Productivity. The various areas that Mangi Lal Jat examines in his No-till farming study include Soil carbon and Crop rotation. In his work, Agroforestry is strongly intertwined with Soil retrogression and degradation, which is a subfield of Soil carbon.
Mangi Lal Jat spends much of his time researching Agronomy, Conservation agriculture, Tillage, No-till farming and Food security. As part of the same scientific family, Mangi Lal Jat usually focuses on Agronomy, concentrating on Soil carbon and intersecting with Soil retrogression and degradation. His Conservation agriculture research includes elements of Agroforestry, Soil quality, Conventional tillage, Environmental protection and Productivity.
His research integrates issues of Nutrient management, Water-use efficiency, Crop rotation, Kharif crop and Loam in his study of Tillage. His No-till farming research incorporates themes from Sesbania, Crop residue and Soil health. His Food security course of study focuses on Natural resource economics and Climate change and agriculture and Agricultural productivity.
His primary areas of investigation include Food security, Conservation agriculture, Agricultural science, Agronomy and Productivity. His study in Food security is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Natural resource economics and Environmental planning. His research ties No-till farming and Conservation agriculture together.
His Agricultural science study also includes
Mangi Lal Jat mainly focuses on Natural resource economics, Food security, Sustainable development, Agronomy and Consumption. His work on Climate change and agriculture as part of general Food security study is frequently linked to Psychological resilience, Effects of global warming and Resource, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Mangi Lal Jat merges many fields, such as Sustainable development and Productivity, in his writings.
As part of his studies on Agronomy, he often connects relevant subjects like Calcareous. Mangi Lal Jat has researched Calcareous in several fields, including No-till farming and Conservation agriculture. His work deals with themes such as Cropping and Water conservation, which intersect with Conservation agriculture.
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Limited potential of no-till agriculture for climate change mitigation
David S. Powlson;Clare M. Stirling;M. L. Jat;Bruno G. Gerard.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
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)
Evaluation of precision land leveling and double zero-till systems in the rice–wheat rotation: Water use, productivity, profitability and soil physical properties
M.L. Jat;M.K. Gathala;J.K. Ladha;Y.S. Saharawat.
Soil & Tillage Research (2009)
Seven years of conservation agriculture in a rice–wheat rotation of Eastern Gangetic Plains of South Asia: Yield trends and economic profitability
Raj Kumar Jat;Tek B. Sapkota;Ravi G. Singh;M.L. Jat.
Field Crops Research (2014)
Optimizing intensive cereal-based cropping systems addressing current and future drivers of agricultural change in the northwestern Indo-Gangetic Plains of India
Mahesh K. Gathala;Mahesh K. Gathala;Virender Kumar;Virender Kumar;P.C. Sharma;Yashpal S. Saharawat;Yashpal S. Saharawat.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2013)
Evaluation of alternative tillage and crop establishment methods in a rice-wheat rotation in North Western IGP
Y.S. Saharawat;Bhagat Singh;R.K. Malik;Jagdish K. Ladha.
Field Crops Research (2010)
Does conservation agriculture deliver climate change mitigation through soil carbon sequestration in tropical agro-ecosystems?
David S. Powlson;Clare M. Stirling;Christian Thierfelder;Rodger P. White.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2016)
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)
Precision nutrient management in conservation agriculture based wheat production of Northwest India: Profitability, nutrient use efficiency and environmental footprint
Tek B. Sapkota;Kaushik Majumdar;M.L. Jat;A. Kumar.
Field Crops Research (2014)
Burning issues of paddy residue management in north-west states of India
Shiv Kumar Lohan;H.S. Jat;Arvind Kumar Yadav;H.S. Sidhu.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)
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