Plant Height At Successive Crop Growth Stages Of Maize Varieties (H 405 and Chandan – 3) in NPE and PE

International Journal of Agriculture & Environmental Science
© 2021 by SSRG - IJAES Journal
Volume 8 Issue 6
Year of Publication : 2021
Authors : Dr. Smita Shrivastava
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Dr. Smita Shrivastava, "Plant Height At Successive Crop Growth Stages Of Maize Varieties (H 405 and Chandan – 3) in NPE and PE," SSRG International Journal of Agriculture & Environmental Science, vol. 8,  no. 6, pp. 7-9, 2021. Crossref,


Crop Production depends upon the number of factors that causes direct or indirect harm to natural resources; industrial waste cause hazardous to the environment.


Water Pollution, Non-Polluted Environment(NPE), Polluted Environment (PE)


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