TRRI

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TRRITobacco Retailer Responsibility Initiative (Northeastern University; Boston, MA)
TRRITransport and Road Research Institute (Lithuania)
TRRITotal Renal Research, Inc. (now DaVita Clinical Research)
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on roads A1 Vilnius-Kaunas-Klaipeda (the distance of 15.10 km was measured), A2 Vilnius-Panevezys (the distance of 8.05 km was measured), A3 Vilnius-Minsk (the distance of 7.91 km was measured), A4 Vilnius-Varena-Hrodna (the distance of 14.50 km was measured), A14 Vilnius-Utena (the distance of 10.86 km was measured), A15 Vilnius-Lida (the distance of 10.01 km was measured), A16 Vilnius-Prienai-Marijampole (the distance of 16.37 km was measured), 101 Vilnius-Shumsk (the distance of 8.09 km was measured), 102 Vilnius-Svencionys-Zarasai (the distance of 16.80 km was measured), 103 Vilnius-Polotsk (the distance of 15.23 km was measured) is collected by TRRI.
* To study the influence of different sources of organic manures in comparison with TRRI practice, RDF and INM on the soil enzymatic activities after the harvest of succeeding rice fallow pulse crop (greengram) in rice-greengram cropping system.
One treatment is used for the comparison i.e., TRRI Practice (organic rice practice) was already developed by Tamil Nadu Rice Research Institute, Aduthurai.
The INM practice ([T.sub.15]) recorded more number of productive tillers [m.sup.-2] (328 in 2012 and 330 in 2013, respectively) and which was on par with TRRI practice ([T.sub.13]) and recommended NPK fertilizers ([T.sub.14]).
The per cent of filled grain which indicate the capacity of the plant to convert source to sink in the process of photosynthesis, was significantly influenced by the INM practice, organic manures, TRRI practice and recommended NPK fertilizers in both the years of experimentation (Table 1).
The INM practice ([T.sub.15]) recorded higher grain yield (6235 and 6270 kg [ha.sup.-1] in 2012 and 2013, respectively) and was found to be on par with TRRI practice ([T.sub.13]) and recommended NPK fertilizers ([T.sub.14]), which were on par with each other during both the years.
During 2013 and 2014, the residual greengram recorded higher grain yield (kg [ha.sup.-1]) with INM practice ([T.sub.15]) (642 and 698) followed by RDF treatment (437 and 502), Among the organic treatments, higher grain yield was recorded with TRRI practice ([T.sub.13]) (428 and 496) followed by 100% RDN through green manure ([T.sub.5]) (410 and 476) in both the years of study.
The soil enzyme activities were significantly influenced by the INM practice, different organic manures, TRRI practice and recommended NPK fertilizers application in both the years of experimentation (Table 2 and 3) in this rice-greengram cropping system, site-specific organic farming study.
Higher urease activity was observed with 100% RDN though green manure ([T.sub.5]) (46.8 [micro]g N[H.sup.+] [g.sup.-1] soil 24 [h.sup.-1] in 2012 and 46.0 in 2013) and it was comparable with TRRI Practice ([T.sub.13]) (46.6 and 45.8) and 25% RDN through each organic manure ([T.sub.12]) (45.9 and 45.6) during both the years of study.
Higher soil dehydrogenase activity was observed with 100% RDN though green manure ([T.sub.5]) (36.8 [micro]g of TPF released [g.sup.-1] of soil 24 [h.sup.-1] in 2012 and 36.9 in 2013) and it was comparable TRRI practice ([T.sub.13]) (36.6 and 36.7) and 25% RDN through each organic manure ([T.sub.12]) (36.1 and 35.5) during both the years of study.