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Wheat is the staple food crop of 43 countries and about 35% of the world’s population directly or indirectly depends on wheat. About 20% of the total food calories and protein supply of the world comes from wheat alone. India is one of the major wheat growing countries in the world and within the country, the crop accounts for ¼th of the total food grain production of the country. The crop yields are low primarily due to lack of optimum plant stand, improper water management, imbalanced use of fertilizers, ineffective weed control and onslaught/incidence of pests and diseases.

Selection of suitable wheat varieties, use of quality seed, seed treatment and adoption of improved management practices like maintenance of optimum plant stand, proper water management, integrated weed, nutrient and pest management will aid in improving the crop productivity.

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