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Dr. Dipak Ranjan Biswas, Principal Scientist
Dr. Dipak Ranjan Biswas, Principal Scientist
Division of Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry Indian Agricultural Research Institute New Delhi
Verified email at iari.res.in
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Influence of potassium solubilizing microorganism (Bacillus mucilaginosus) and waste mica on potassium uptake dynamics by sudan grass (Sorghum vulgare Pers.) grown under two …
BB Basak, DR Biswas
Plant and Soil 317, 235-255, 2009
4132009
Use of sugarcane industrial by-products for improving sugarcane productivity and soil health
ML Dotaniya, SC Datta, DR Biswas, CK Dotaniya, BL Meena, ...
International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture 5, 185-194, 2016
2972016
Rock phosphate enriched compost: an approach to improve low-grade Indian rock phosphate
DR Biswas, G Narayanasamy
Bioresource Technology 97 (18), 2243-2251, 2006
2602006
Long-term effect of nutrient management on soil fertility and soil organic carbon pools under a 6-year-old pearl millet–wheat cropping system in an Inceptisol of subtropical India
PC Moharana, BM Sharma, DR Biswas, BS Dwivedi, RV Singh
Field Crops Research 136, 32-41, 2012
2472012
Kinetics of phosphorus and potassium release from rock phosphate and waste mica enriched compost and their effect on yield and nutrient uptake by wheat (Triticum aestivum)
D Nishanth, DR Biswas
Bioresource Technology 99 (9), 3342-3353, 2008
2402008
Mobilization of potassium from waste mica by plant growth promoting rhizobacteria and its assimilation by maize (Zea mays) and wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): a hydroponics study …
G Singh, DR Biswas, TS Marwaha
Journal of Plant Nutrition 33 (8), 1236-1251, 2010
1992010
Co-inoculation of potassium solubilizing and nitrogen fixing bacteria on solubilization of waste mica and their effect on growth promotion and nutrient acquisition by a forage crop
BB Basak, DR Biswas
Biology and Fertility of Soils 46, 641-648, 2010
1972010
Bio-intervention of naturally occurring silicate minerals for alternative source of potassium: challenges and opportunities
BB Basak, B Sarkar, DR Biswas, S Sarkar, P Sanderson, R Naidu
Advances in Agronomy 141, 115-145, 2017
942017
Effect of long-term application of sewage effluents on organic carbon, bioavailable phosphorus, potassium and heavy metal status of soils and content of heavy metals in crops …
SP Datta, DR Biswas, N Saharan, SK Ghosh, RK Rattan
Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 48 (4), 836-839, 2000
922000
Nutrient recycling potential of rock phosphate and waste mica enriched compost on crop productivity and changes in soil fertility under potato–soybean cropping sequence in an …
DR Biswas
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 89 (1), 15-30, 2011
832011
Changes in the soil properties and availability of micronutrients after six-year application of organic and chemical fertilizers using STCR-based targeted yield equations under …
PC Moharana, BM Sharma, DR Biswas
Journal of Plant Nutrition 40 (2), 165-176, 2017
792017
Assessment of maturity indices of rock phosphate enriched composts using variable crop residues
PC Moharana, DR Biswas
Bioresource Technology 222, 1-13, 2016
702016
Synthesis and characterization of nanoclay–polymer composites from soil clay with respect to their water-holding capacities and nutrient-release behaviour
S Sarkar, SC Datta, DR Biswas
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 131 (39951), DOI: 10.1002/APP.39951, 2014
702014
Phosphorus and potassium transformations in soil amended with enriched compost and chemical fertilizers in a wheat–soybean cropping system
MD Meena, DR Biswas
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 45 (5), 624-652, 2014
662014
Modification of waste mica for alternative source of potassium: evaluation of potassium release in soil from waste mica treated with potassium solubilizing bacteria (KSB)
B Basak, D Biswas
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2012
602012
Potentiality of Indian rock phosphate as liming material in acid soil
BB Basak, DR Biswas
Geoderma 263, 104-109, 2016
542016
Changes in nutrient status during preparation of enriched organomineral fertilizers using rice straw, low‐grade rock phosphate, waste mica, and phosphate solubilizing microorganism
DR Biswas, G Narayanasamy, SC Datta, G Singh, M Begum, D Maiti, ...
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 40 (13-14), 2285-2307, 2009
542009
An environmentally friendly engineered Azotobacter strain that replaces a substantial amount of urea fertilizer while sustaining the same wheat yield
UK Bageshwar, M Srivastava, P Pardha-Saradhi, S Paul, S Gothandapani, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 83 (15), e00590-17, 2017
532017
Phosphate rocks of India: Potentialities and constraints
G Narayanasamy, DR Biswas
Fertiliser News 43 (10), 1998
511998
Preparation of novel biodegradable starch/poly (vinyl alcohol)/bentonite grafted polymeric films for fertilizer encapsulation
A Sarkar, DR Biswas, SC Datta, BS Dwivedi, R Bhattacharyya, R Kumar, ...
Carbohydrate polymers 259, 117679, 2021
502021
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