Data

 

Intra-specific genetic map data from ICP 8863 × ICPL 20097 and TTB 7 × ICP 7035 populations

The dataset contains over 3000 SSR markers' details on parental genotypes of each mapping population. Intra-specific genetic maps comprising of 11 linkage groups and 120 and 78 SSR loci were developed for ICP 8863 × ICPL 20097 and TTB 7 × ICP 7035 populations, respectively. Composite interval mapping (CIM) based QTL analysis by using genetic mapping and phenotyping data provided four QTLs for Patancheru SMD isolate and two QTLs for Bangalore SMD isolate. Identification of different QTLs for resistance to Patancheru and Bangalore SMD isolates is an indication of involvement of different genes conferring the resistance to these two SMD isolates. One QTL namely qSMD4 identified within an interval of 2.8 cM on LG 7 explaining 24.72% of phenotypic variance, once it is validated in other genetic background, seems to be a promising QTL for use in marker assisted selection.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/L3GSS7

Date : 2016

 
 

Assessment of sorghum reference collection in LeasyScan platform

Data on sorghum canopy germplasm growth and evolution of different plant growth parameters over time.
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/BXPFOJ

Date : 2016

 
 

Assessment of sorghum reference collection in LeasyScan platform

Data on evolution of different plant growth parameters over time.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/PJTYPD

Date : 2015

 
 

Assessment of chickpea reference collection in LeasyScan platform

Data on evolution of different plant growth parameters over time.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/MWMSJE

Date : 2014

 
 

Assessment of chickpea reference collection in LeasyScan platform

Data on chickpea canopy germplasm growth and evolution of different plant growth parameters over time.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/9EF1SK

Date : 2014

 
 

Assessment of pearl millet inbred germplasm association panel (PMiGAP) reference collection in LeasyField platform

Data on pearl millet TE yield germplasm growth, yield and agronomic trait assessment + transpiration efficiency (TE).
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/L6TXOB

Date : 2014-2015

 
 

Replicated data for advanced breeding lines evaluated at Niger for aflatoxin

Data on advanced groundnut breeding lines evaluated for aflatoxin in Niger. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/DBWPC4

Date : 2014

 
 

Scientometric mapping of world chickpea research publications

Scientometric mapping of world chickpea research publications.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/HABJVE

Date : 2014

 
 

Impact assessment of MNREGA in selected sites in India

This survey data is from 18 villages spread across five states of India --  Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. It examines and quantifies the impacts of MGNREGA on households incomes, food security, education of children, livelihood assets and related welfare indicators in the SAT region.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/VNP4JH

Date : 2013

 
 

Household level baseline data for dryland system agricultural production system research in South Asian action villages (Bijapur district)

This data set was collected as part of activities of the CGIAR Research Program on Drylands Systems in South Asia. It contains baseline household level data of action sites in Bijapur district of Karnataka state in India. The data set is clustered into 7 modules covering general farm information, profiles of the farm’s social capital, human capital, natural capital and its management, financial capital,  physical capital of the households, among others. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/9OUE86

Date : 2012-2013

 
 

Household level baseline data for dryland system agricultural production system research in South Asian action villages (Kurnool district)

This data set was collected as part of activities of the CGIAR Research Program on Drylands Systems in South Asia. It contains baseline household level data of action sites in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh in India. The data set is clustered into 7 modules covering general farm information, profiles of the farm’s social capital, human capital, natural capital and its management, financial capital, physical capital of the households, among others. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/WD9XFU

Date : 2012-2013

 
 

Land use / land cover in Barmer district of Rajasthan - 2012

This dataset contains the Land use / land cover and raw satellite imagery of Barmer district of Rajasthan. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/STPPNK

Date : 2012

 
 

Diallel selective mating scheme evaluation

A comparison of the relative efficiency of various breeding procedures in double- cross populations and developing high yielding populations or cultivars
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/RWDUHD

Date : 2012

 
 

Study of pollination in pigeonpea

Data on pollen vectors' activity, distance necessary for isolation,extent of crossing on plants in different arrangements and with different relative frequencies, planting arrangement necessary for maximum pollination of sterile by fertile in rows and effect of insect pollination on pod set. 
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/AQCPLZ

Date : 2012

 
 

HOPE project - Farmer field trials at Ahmednagar for sorghum for the season 2010-11

Data on sorghum grain yield and fodder yield in different villages.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/2XFDMI

Date : 2010-2011

 
 

HOPE project - Farmer field trials at Ahmednagar for sorghum for the season 2009-10

Data on sorghum grain yield and fodder yield recorded in different villages.
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/BVUSG4

Date : 2009-2010

 
 

Multi-year assessment of groundnut reference collection in field conditions (water stress and full irrigation) in Niger and India

Data on groundnut yield, water stress, germplasm growth, yield and agronomic trait assessment in India and Niger.
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/3ENQLV

Date : 2008-2013

 
 

Evaluation of trial for genetic analysis

The objective was to produce single and three way cross pollination for breeding and gain
information on specific components of genetic variance and introduce favorable alleles
from recognized superior germplasm entries into the breeding material.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/FNNVHB

Date : 1977-1978

 
 

Regional analysis of household consumption of sorghum in major sorghum producing and consuming states in India

The study presents the results of an analysis of sorghum consumption levels at a disaggregated level in the major Indian producing states of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and shows how they diverge from the results of the overall national level trend. Data from the 61st round of National sample survey (NSSO) has been used. Data for area, yield and production are from the Directorate of Economics and Statistics (GOI).

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/CDXYEH

 
 

Crop residue use in small holder crop livestock systems

The study presents the result of a detailed system-level analysis under the Systemwide Livestock Programme (SLP) using quantitative household data that was collected using stratified random sampling techniques from 20 households each from 8 villages from 3 districts of Southern Africa, namely Changara district of Mozambique, Mzimba district of Malawi, and Nkayi district of Zimbabwe. The insights that emerged from the various participatory stakeholder workshops have also been used in the analysis. The study aims at understanding the determinants and the trade off in crop residue usage between short-term livelihood and long-term environmental benefits in diverse mixed crop-livestock systems.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/7H0FQJ

Date : 2010-2011

 
 

Short duration chickpea technology: Enabling a legumes revolution in Andhra Pradesh

The comprehensive analysis of adoption and impact in this study used survey data to address farm-level responses with respect to diffusion, adoption, dis-adoption, input use, crop management and unit cost reduction in chickpea production. It is aimed at any inter-linked issues in technology adoption, emerging collective or group action to capture economies of scale, agricultural intensification and commercialization. The quantitative analysis showcases the impact of chickpea improved technology in Andhra Pradesh with an understanding of the underlying socio-economic, institutional and policy drivers for technology adoption and enhanced household welfare. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/ZXN2X8

Date : 2012-2013

 
 

Data on draft genome sequence of chickpea (Cicer arietinum)

The dataset contains genome sequence of the ~738 Mb chickpea genome from CDC Frontier, a kabuli variety, which contains an estimated 28,269 genes. Re-sequencing and analysis of 90 cultivated and wild genotypes from 10 different countries identifies both targets of breeding-associated genetic sweeps and targets of breeding-associated balancing selection. Candidate genes for disease resistance and agronomic traits are highlighted, including traits that distinguish the two main classes of cultivated chickpea- desi and kabuli. These data comprise a resource for chickpea improvement through molecular breeding, and provide insights into both genome diversity and domestication.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/HQZPCV

Date : 2011

 
 

An intra-specific consensus genetic map data of pigeonpea

This dataset contains markers data and genetic map. The availability of a cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) system has facilitated the development and release of hybrids which are expected to enhance the productivity of pigeonpea. Recent advances in genomics and molecular breeding such as marker-assisted selection (MAS) offer the possibility to accelerate hybrid breeding. Molecular markers and genetic maps are prerequisites for deploying MAS in breeding. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/I4OVE2

Date : 2016

 
 

BES-SSR markers map of pigeonpea from ICP 28 x ICPW 94

With the objective of enhancing genomic resources for pigeonpea, this study reports for the first time, large scale development of SSR markers from BAC-end sequences and their subsequent use for genetic mapping and hybridity testing. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/XWFWPP

Date : 2016

 
 

Reference consensus genetic map of groundnut

A reference consensus genetic map was developed from 10 RILs and one BC population using the marker segregation data. This map comprised of 897 marker loci including 895 SSR and 2 cleaved amplified polymorphic sequence (CAPS). 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/WG4WCF

Date : 2016

 
 

Individual and consensus QTL maps of Groundnut from ICGS76 X CSMG84-1, ICGS44 X ICGS76 and TAG24 X ICGV86031

With the aim of understanding the genetic basis and identification of quantitative trait loci (QTL) for drought tolerance, two new recombinant inbred line (RIL) mapping populations, namely ICGS 76 × CSMG 84-1 (RIL-2) and ICGS 44 × ICGS 76 (RIL-3), were used. 
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/SQSI3T

Date : 2016

 
 

SSR and QTL map of sorghum

Genetic map of sorghum consisting of SSRs and QTLs. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/QTQI9R

Date : 2016

 
 

Intra-specific genetic map of ICC 4958 x ICC 1882 by Genotyping-by-Sequencing approach

A genotyping-by-sequencing approach was adopted to enhance the marker density in the “QTL-hotspot” region, harboring several QTLs for drought tolerance-related traits identified on linkage group 04 (CaLG04) in chickpea recombinant inbred line (RIL) mapping population ICC 4958 × ICC 1882.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/HQ8RJV

Date : 2016

 
 

Chickpea individual and consensus genetic maps for ICC 283 x ICC 826, ICC 4958 x ICC 1882

Analysis of phenotypic data for 20 drought tolerance traits in 1–7 seasons at 1–5 locations together with genetic mapping data for two mapping populations provided 9 QTL clusters of which one present on CaLG04 has high potential to enhance drought tolerance in chickpea improvement. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/6D13J9

Date : 2016

 
 

Transcript map of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)

A transcript map has been constructed with the development and integration of genic molecular markers (GMMs) including single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP), genic microsatellite or simple sequence repeat (SSR) and intron spanning region (ISR)-based markers, on an inter-specific mapping population of chickpea.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/TOYQD2

Date : 2016

 
 

Chickpea genetic map comprising 1328 marker loci

A second-generation genetic map comprising 1328 marker loci including novel 625 CKAMs, 314 TOG-SNPs and 389 published marker loci with an average inter-marker distance of 0.59 cM. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/YC6QWG

Date : 2016

 
 

Genetic map of ICC 4958 (C. arietinum) × PI 489777 (C. reticulatum) with 1291 markers

Genetic map was developed based on recombinant inbred line (RIL) population ICC 4958 (C. arietinum) x PI 489777 (C. reticulatum). This map consists of 1,291 markers on eight linkage groups (LGs) spanning a total of 845.56 cM. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/A9Y3ZC

Date : 2016

 
 

Inter-specific genetic map of C. arietinum ICC 4958 × C. reticulatum PI 489777

311 SSRs and 71 gene based SNPs were developed from mapping population of C. arietinum ICC 4958 × C. reticulatum PI 489777. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/KCPPYA

Date : 2016

 
 

Consensus intra-specific map of chickpea from two RILs (JG62 × Vijay and Vijay × ICC4958)

The map spanned 739.6 cM with 230 markers at an average distance of 3.2 cM between markers. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/HS67C2

Date : 2016

 
 

Land use / Land cover in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan - 2012

 
This dataset contains the land use, land cover and raw satellite imagery of Jaisalmer, in Rajasthan state of India.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/NG5GL5

Date : 2012

 
 

Land use / Land cover in Yerraguntala in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh- 2012

This dataset contains the land use/ land cover and raw satellite imagery of Kurnool in Andhra Pradesh state of India.
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/7POICV

Date : 2012

 
 

Land use / land cover in Jodpur district of Rajasthan - 2012

This dataset contains the land use/land cover and raw satellite imagery of Jodhpur in Rajasthan state of India.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/L2V8WO

Date : 2012

 
 

Land use / land cover in Tumkur district of Karnataka - 2013

. This dataset contains the land use/ land cover and raw satellite imagery of Tumkur in Karnataka state of India. 

Link : This dataset contains the Land use land cover and raw satellite imagery files of Tumkur of karnataka state of India.

Date : 2013

 
 

Land use / land cover in Chickmagalur district of Karnataka - 2013

This dataset contains the land use / land cover and raw satellite imagery of Chickmagalur in Karnataka state of India.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/AOKLGZ

Date : 2013

 
 

Land use / land cover in Bijapur district of Karnataka 2013-14

This dataset contains the land use/ land cover and raw satellite imagery of Bijapur district in Karnataka state of India.
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/TRDEZ2

Date : 2012-2013

 
 

GIS Shape files of Watershed Action Sites

The shape files have been generated for the WLE project ( CRP 1.1 action sites) and the AOI is of Watershed boundaries with projections GCS, WGS-1984.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/7ASB4M

 
 

Land use / Land cover in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh - 2012

This dataset contains the land use/ land cover and raw satellite imagery of Anantapur in Andhra Pradesh state of India.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/X2KW4E

Date : 2012

 
 

Land use / land cover in Raichur district of Karnataka - 2013

 This dataset contains the land use/ land cover and raw satellite imagery of Raichur in Karnataka state of India.
 
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/5WJM4J

Date : 2013

 
 

Karnataka soil health data

This dataset contains information on the health of soils in the state of Karnataka, collected as part of the Bhoochetana project which seeks to rejuvenate the soils of Karnataka using soil health mapping as an entry point to unlock the potential of rainfed agriculture. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/QYCEGR

 
 

Daily weather data at ICRISAT (1978-2016)

This contains data on the weather in ICRISAT campus at Hyderabad since 1978, recording parameters like maximum and minimum temperature, Relative Humidity in the mornings and afternoon, wind speed, rain, evaporation, etc.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/B3NNUB

Date : 1978-2016

 
 

Household level baseline data for dryland system agricultural production system research in South Asian action villages, Rajasthan State, India

This contains household level baseline data from action Villages of Rajasthan state in India for Dryland System agricultural production systems research.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/996ON9

Date : 2013

 
 

Crop livestock typology in South Asia

A crop-livestock typology for  India and Bangladesh has been constructed using Agricultural activity - based approach (AAA). The typology is a useful tool for targeting development planning initiatives and transfer of technology. The database used for this study included data for key agricultural variables – crops, livestock, inputs, rainfall, infrastructure demography and socioeconomics, covering state and district level data for 19 states in India. A total of 520 districts were included in the study.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/XTGNW0

 
 

Baseline and situation analysis report:Integrating crop and livestock production for improved food security and livelihoods in rural Zimbabwe

This dataset captures quantitative household data from two districts of Gwanda and Nkayi in Zimbabwe. At each site multi-stage sampling approach was used. It captures livelihood strategies, community visions, crop and livestock production and marketing, perceptions of risk and uncertainties and farm household typologies.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/ZBNEXA

Date : 2015

 
 

TL-II & IFAD baseline surveys - Ethiopia

Three districts in Ethiopia (Gimbichu, Lume-Ejere, and Minjar-Shenkora) were selected by a combination of stratified and purposive sampling methods for the  survey.  From each district, 8 wards were selected, from which 700 households [400 households covered under the Tropical Legumes -II project (Gimbichu, Minjar-Shenkora) and 300 household under the IFAD project (Lume- Ejere)]  were chosen. Data was also collected from 40 other villages from 26 other wards. While the larger dataset was used to understand the broader production and market constraints for chickpea in Ethiopia, the data obtained from the survey was used for evaluating the impact and adoption of the TL II project.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/0XBWVR

Date : 2012

 
 

Climate change impacts and potential benefits of drought and heat tolerance in chickpea in South Asia and Eastern and Southern Africa

This data set was collected as part of Global Futures Project to assess climate change impacts and potential benefits of drought and heat tolerance in chickpea in South Asia and Eastern and Southern Africa using DSSAT crop modeling suite. This minimum data set contains experimental yield trail data, weather data and soil information required to calibrate chickpea cultivars from different regions in Asia and Africa.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/8VIXJH

Date : 2013

 
 

Grain legumes production, consumption and trade trends in developing countries - An assessment & synthesis

The dataset contains time series data on area, production and yield of nine legumes (dry bean, broad bean (fababean), cowpea, pigeonpea, chickpea, lentil, groundnut and soya bean. It also contains data on trade (import & export), producer prices and population in five of the major world aggregated regions -- namely Central and East Asia (CEA), South and South East Asia (SSEA), Latin America and Caribbean (LAC), Sub Saharan Africa (SSA), Middle East North Africa (MENA). All the data have been collected from FAOSTAT (http://faostat.fao.org/).

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/BTUT4Y

Date : 2013

 
 

Climate change impacts and potential benefits of drought tolerance in Pearl millet for adapting to climate change

The study presents the results of simulation exercise of pearl millet crop in future climate change scenarios using DSSAT model in select locations in India and two locations in West Africa. ICMH356 and Sharda cultivars were used in simulations for Indian locations and CIVT cultivar was used for simulations for African locations The input data for the simulation were obtained from various sources. Long term weather data were taken from IMD, soil data were obtained from the soil bulletins, solar radiation has been estimated as per the methodology prescribed in Bristow and Campbell,1984.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/XDNUE8

Date : 2015

 
 

Targeting of grain legumes for income and nutritional security in South Asia

These studies have examined and documented the existing situation in legumes cultivation, constraints faced by the farmers, market linkages, potential opportunities for their expansion.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/M7ABMT

Date : 2014

 
 

Survey guidelines and documentation for chickpea technology adoption and impact study in Andhra Pradesh

The study collected information pertainingto the 2011-12 cropping season in select villages of Andhra Pradesh. A total of 810 households was covered from 90 villages and 30 mandals in seven districts representing more than 71% of the chickpea area in the state. A sample of nine chickpea growers were randomly selected and interviewed with a structured questionnaire. An additional sub-sample of three non-chickpea growing farm households was included in the sample in addition to the 9 chickpea farm-households in each village for establishing the second counter-factual in the study.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/MASLI

Date : 2011-2012

 
 

HOPE project - Baseline survey in Kenya and Ethiopia

The baseline survey is part of the HOPE project. It has a household questionnaire on pearl millet in Kenya and Ethiopia with geolocation information at the field level. Baseline survey with household questionnaire for Pearl Millets in Kenya and Ethopia 2010 with geo location information at field level.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/DEYUJC

Date : 2010

 
 

Data on plant growth-promoting broad-spectrum Streptomyces sp. in chickpea and its effect on grain yield

This data set contain replicated observations on PGP capabilities of five strains (CAI-17, CAI-68, CAI-78, KAI-26 and KAI-27) under field conditions in chickpea in the 2012─13 and 2013─14 post-rainy seasons on Vertisols.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/VR7CIY

Date : 2012-2014

 
 

Development of late maturing pigeonpea cultivars and breeding populations for grain production

This contains information on the devvelopment of high yielding, late maturing cultivars with acceptable grain quality that are adapted to companion cropping and contribute breeding lines and populations to breeders throughout the SAT.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/NHXXXX

 
 

Development of early duration cultivars and superior breeding lines for grain production

The objective was  to develop high yielding, early maturing cultivars with acceptable grain quality suited to use in pure stands or with early maturing companion crops and contribute breeding lines and populations to breeders throughout the SAT. 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/K0LK4J

Date : 2012

 
 

Development of high protein pigeonpea lines

 
Developing high protein pigeonpea lines and determining their protein quality.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/LWE5CF

Date : 2015

 
 

Assessment of pearl millet inbred germplasm association panel (PMiGAP) reference collection in LeasyField platform

Data on yield and agronomic trait assessment + transpiration efficiency TE) in pearl millet.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/QIKMUO

Date : 2015

 
 

Village Dynamics in South Asia

This database brings a long-term, multi-generational perspective to agricultural, social and economic change, and provides an extraordinary level of detailed collection of information on farming activities and household economy. It tracks the changes in the livelihood options of the rural poor in South Asia with the aim decreasing the incidence and severity of absolute poverty in South Asia’s semi-arid and humid tropics by markedly increasing the availability of time series individual-, household-, district-, and field-level data.

Link : http://vdsa.icrisat.ac.in/vdsa-database.aspx

 
 

The Crop Genebank Knowledge Base

The Crop Genebank Knowledge Base is an initiative of the System-wide Genetic Resources Programme (SGRP) of the CGIAR. It was developed as part of the World Bank-funded project - Collective Action for the Rehabilitation of Global Public Goods in the CGIAR Genetic Resources System, Phase 2 (GPG 2). It provides up-to-date information on peer-reviewed best practices for germplasm conservation of a number of major crops, from registration through to distribution, including protocols, guidelines, manuals, as well as on general genebank procedures; other aspects of management strategies; and training materials.

Link : http://cropgenebank.sgrp.cgiar.org/

 
 

Germplasm Resources Information Network

The Germplasm Resources Information Network's (GRIN) mission is to support four projects, the National Plant Germplasm System (NPGS), the National Animal Germplasm System (NAGP), the National Microbial Germplasm Program (NMGP), the National Inverteb rate Germplasm Program (NIGRP). GRIN provides National Genetic Resources Program (NGRP) personnel and germplasm users continuous access to databases for the maintenance of passport, characterization, evaluation, inventory, and distribution data important for the effective management and utilization of national germplasm collections.

Link : http://www.ars-grin.gov/

 
 

Genesys

Genesys is a global portal to information about Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (PGRFA). It is a gateway from which germplasm accessions from genebanks around the world can be found and ordered. It is the result of a collaboration between Bioversity International on behalf of System-side Genetic Resources Programme of the CGIAR, the Global Crop Diversity Trust and the Secretariat of the international Treaty on the Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture.

Link : http://www.ars-grin.gov/

 
 

CAPRI Project: Collective marketing in Mbeere and Makueni districts of Kenya

The study reviews the conceptual issues responsible for the presence of imperfect markets in smallholder agricultural systems and the extent to which the rural institutional and organizational innovations can help in addressing them. The data set reports the findings of the two rounds of survey conducted in two districts of Kenya namely Mbeere and Makueni. The first round of baseline survey in 2003 prior to the formation of the producer marketing groups (PMGs) saw 400 households surveyed. This was used to collect information on the poverty level and adoption of agricultural technology. The findings of the follow up survey conducted in 2005 at the village/community, PMG and farm household levels are also given. Details on demography,resource use, socio- economic conditions, general characteristics, asset ownership, major constraints faced and overall economic profiles of the PMGs, access to information ,credit, awareness of collective marketing groups and the households perceived benefits about the same were collected during the follow up survey.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/LHVD3C

Date : 2005

 
 

Preliminary impact of long-duration improved pigeonpea in Babati district, Tanzania

Data is based on a study aimed at assessing the economic impacts of the adoption of improved pigeonpea cultivar in some villages belonging to Babati, a major pigeonpea producing district of northern Tanzania. A stratified sampling approach has been used for the purpose. The survey questionnaire took into account all the details about the target areas obtained through consultative meetings and from other secondary sources. A total of 240 households were surveyed, 40 each from the six villages namely Nangara and Bagara of Babati ward, and Singe, Managat, Nakwa, Boga villages of Gorowa ward. Primary data on the socioeconomic characteristics of the farm households, asset ownership, economics of pigeonpea production, farmer preferences for improved cultivars, their adoption, constraints faced in adoption and the details on livestock were elucidated during the survey.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/7AFXYP

Date : 2004

 
 

TL II and IFAD baseline surveys in Malawi

This data was collected in Tropical Legumes II in Malawi. The Baseline survey was conducted in 2008 to understand the baseline characteristics of the groundnut farmers in Malawi.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/LF9CVN

Date : 2008

 
 

Pigeonpea sub-sector trader survey in Kenya

Pigeonpea sub-sector trader survey in Kenya

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/HLBG3C

Date : 2006

 
 

Adoption and impact of improved groundnut varieties In Uganda -- Group survey at village level

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/GZ10DM

Date : 2006

 
 

Adoption survey on soil fertility management practices in SAT agriculture

Adoption survey on soil fertility management in SAT agriculture

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/OPISLO

 
 

Aflatoxin contamination in groundnut in Anantapur district

 Data on aflatoxin contamination in groundnut in Anantapur district.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/CEARED

Date : 2011-2013

 
 

TL II and IFAD baseline surveys in Kenya

Data on TL II & IFAD Baseline surveys in Kenya.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/QNBRQK

 
 

Crop model data - Potential benefits of drought and heat tolerance in groundnut for adaptation to climate change in India and West Africa

The dataset was collected as part of Global Futures Project to estimate the potential benefits of drought and heat tolerant traits in groundnut using DSSAT crop model. It consists of data on breeding yield trail collected in Asia and West and Central Africa (WCA) experimental sites maintained by ICRISAT, weather and soil data, observed data on phenology (75% flowering, final plant stand/ha, maturity date) and crop yield components (pod yield (kg/ha), shelling percentage and 100-seed weight (gms) for selected popular cultivars in Asia and WCA,  like JL24,TMV 2, ICGV 00350, 55-437, and fleur 11 under rainfed and irrigated conditions.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/DHTNSR

Date : 1983-2011

 
 

Pearl millet technology adoption and impact study in Maharashtra

This quantitative analysis showcases the impact of pearl millet improved technology in Maharashtra with an understanding of the underlying socio-economic, institutional and policy drivers for technology adoption and enhanced household welfare. The comprehensive analysis of adoption and impact in this study uses the survey data to address farm level responses with respect to diffusion, adoption, dis-adoption, input use, crop management and unit cost reduction in pearl millet production. It is aimed at any inter-linked issues in technology adoption, emerging collective or group action to capture economies of scale, agricultural intensification and commercialization.
 

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/U54LUY

Date : 2012-2013

 
 

Sustainable intensification of agricultural productivity in semi-arid-tropics (SAT) of India: Case studies

The data analyses sustainability using geospatial analysis, crop simulation modelling and econometric analysis. In geospatial analysis both spatial and temporal changes in per unit cropped area are captured with more precision and accuracy. In crop simulation models, the major components are vegetative and reproductive development, carbon balance, water balance and nitrogen balance. It simulates crop growth and development using a daily time step from sowing to maturity and ultimately predicts yield. Eight sustainability indicators -- crop yield, water-use efficiency (WUE), the amounts of soil organic carbon (OC) across cycles of the rotation, nitrogen fixing, ‘N’ leaching, nitrogen-use-efficiency, inorganic ‘N’ in soil at maturity, total ‘N’ uptake at maturity -- were evaluated. Sustainability polygons were developed to illustrate the sustainability state of a crop rotation to traditional rotations. To measure sustainability, household survey data collected from designated studies was used to derive indicators of sustainability. A range of sustainability indicators were generated from the survey relating to ecological, economic and social dimensions.

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/MVWGRR

 
 

Household level baseline data for dryland system agricultural production system research in South Asian action villages (Anantapur district)

Household-level baseline data for dryland system agricultural production system research in South Asian action villages (Anantapur district).

Link : http://dataverse.icrisat.org/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.21421/D2/R9ENIK

Date : 2012 - 2013