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VIGYAN VARTA
An International E-Magazine for Science Enthusiasts

Vigyan Varta An International E-Magazine for Science Enthusiasts is an online multidisciplinary magazine covering all the domains of science. Manuscripts that are well structured and organized in any relevant field of science are given preference. It publishes all types of writings including popular articles, newsletters, meeting reports, success stories, etc that undergo a peer review by the strong editorial team that we have.

Aim and Scope: The e-magazine aims to develop scientific writing skill and acumen among the researchers and academicians from various fields. Writing popular articles in a proper format (as mentioned in our e-magazine) can help the researchers learn the art of scientific writing that will help them publish quality research papers in their future. Also, reading the articles from different domains will help the readers gain insights and wider knowledge about the present world. 

E-ISSN: 2582-9467

Frequency of Publication: Monthly  

Language: English (only)

Starting Year/ Date of Commencement of the e-magazine: May, 2020

Mode/ Format of Publication: Online  

Moto: Happy Learning 

Founder

Miss Suvangi Rath



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14th May, 2022.....

It's the 2nd Birthday of VigyanVarta, An International E-Magazine for Science Enthusiasts (E-ISSN:2582-9467)....

It's beyond imagination how Vigyan Varta has touched everyone's hearts and minds in such a short period of time defying every boundary and domain. Since its inception, Vigyan Varta has been expanding and flourishing remarkably with its articles, webinars, workshops and various scientific events. With its baby steps, today Vigyan Varta has become of the favorite science e-magazines of the country and also internationally. The family of Vigyan Varta is multiplying day by day with its diverse members from round the globe. With all the support and encouragement, Vigyan Varta achieved a milestone last year in August, 2021 with its E-ISSN, thereby making itself even more precious and valuable. 

It's a pleasure to share that one of our International Editors (Dr. Tanmay Panda) even flew to us after the pandemic now to celebrate the journey of Vigyan Varta making its all the more special. 

Vigyan Varta thanks each of its patrons, advisory board members, editors, reviewers, management team and most importantly its authors and readers for being so cooperative, resourceful and hard-working to make this magazine successful. All of you are a gem of humans undoubtedly!!!!!

On the occasion of the 2nd birthday, we have upscaled ourselves and decided to felicitate talented writers with cash prizes through an online article competition as well.... 

We promise to explore and improve upon us each day to serve the scientific community better and help passionate researchers reach their goal. Our aim is to make a difference and we shall surely do it...

Stay tuned for the enthralling journey that is yet to come in Vigyan Varta!!! LOVE YOU ALL.... Happy Learning!!!!!!!

--Suvangi Rath, Founder


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Monocot Weeds in Onion Agro-Ecosystems: Biology and Management Strategies

Sourav Ghosh et. al.

Onion is an important vegetable spice crop of India having high domestic demands and export potential. Weeds can cause considerable losses to onion yield and monocot weeds viz.; grasses and sedges cause higher competition due to similar biology and ecological niches. Critical period of crop weed competition for onion depends upon seasons, soil and climatic conditions and is generally regarded as 15-45 days after transplanting. Manual weeding is highly cost intensive while mechanical hoeing is difficult owing to narrow spacing. Therefore, selective pre- and post-emergence herbicides assume key role in monocot weed management. Integrated weed management modules including cultural and mechanical methods with judicious herbicide application should be promoted for improving weed control efficiency, environmental health and sustainability.

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Hydroponic Fodder Production Technology for Sustainable Livestock Farming

Dr. Pallabi Das et. al.

Though India has the world's largest cattle population and produces the most milk, only 5% of cropped land is used for fodder cultivation, and there is a shortage of 35.6 %, 26 %, and 41 percent green fodder, concentrate feed and dry fodder respectively. Rapid urbanization, climate change, water shortages, etc are driving the search for alternative green fodder production systems. An alternate and best option is hydroponics, which entails growing fodder without soil in a limited environment and harvesting after 7-8 days. It is gaining popularity because it ensures a consistent supply of high-quality green feed throughout the year. Because hydroponics fodder is more appealing, digestible, and nutritious, it enhances animal immunity and productivity as well as reproduction. Farmers can use low-cost devices to implement small- or large-scale hydroponic production and maintain green feed supplements throughout the year for lucrative animal production. Livestock farmers can be trained and made aware of the value of hydroponic and green fodders for long-term livestock production through a capacity-building programme.

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Pig Farming for Sustainable Livelihood of Tribal Women

Sunil Pator et. al.

Pig farming is highly integrated with the life of tribal people in North-Eastern Region of India. Tribal women play a significant role in the backyard pig farming systems largely by contributing in labour. They face many challenges in pig farming which can be overcome to a great extent by mobilizing them into groups. The improvement in knowledge and skill of tribal women for performing pig farming through need-based training programmes, will help to ensure sustainable livelihood.

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