Dr. Mangal Deep Tuti, Senior Scientist

Dr. Mangal Deep Tuti, Senior Scientist

Name:- Dr.Mangal Deep Tuti

Designation:-  Senior Scientist

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Official phone number:- 4024591220

Google scholar link:- https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=XzFFTfYAAAAJ&hl=en

Research gate link:-  https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mangal-Tuti

ORCID link:- http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5173-718X

Educational Qualification:-

1. B. Sc. (Ag.), CAC, Chiplima, OUA&T, Bhubaneswar, India in 2001
2. M. Sc. (Ag.) in Agronomy, Agricultural College, Bapatla, ANGRAU, Hyderabad, India in 2004
3. Ph.D. (Agronomy),ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi-110 012, India in 2010

Employment Record / Work Experience:-  1. Senior Scientist (Agronomy),ICAR-Indian Institute of Rice Research, Hyderabad - 500030, Telangana, India (26.06.2017 to till date)
2. Scientist (Senior Scale) Agronomy,ICAR-Indian Institute of Rice Research, Hyderabad - 500030, Telangana, India (26.06.2012 to 25.06.2017)
3. Scientist (Agronomy),ICAR-Vivekananda Parvatiya Krishi Anusandhan Sansthan, Almora - 263 601, Uttarakhand, India (26.06.2008 to 25.06.2012)

Area research specialization:- Cropping system

Important projects under taken:-

1. Sustainable intensification of rice-maize system through conservation agriculture
2. Enhancing productivity and profitability of major hill crops through crop diversification and reduction in cost of cultivation
3. Soil health management for enhancing productivity of hill crops
4. Quality seed production of capsicum and squash under protected condition
5. All India Co-ordinated Research Project on Application of Plastics in Agriculture

Award and Honors:-  1. Best Scientist Award-2021 under Crop Production category (ICAR-Indian Institute of Rice Research)
2. Associate of Indian Society of Agronomy
3.Best Ph.D. Thesis Award for 2010-11 from Indian Society of Weed Science
4. Councilor of Indian Society of Weed Science for Telangana state

Foreign Visits:- 

Technologies/Products/Varieties/Novel germplasm/Methodologies developed:-  Collaborator / Associate in notified / released varieties
Rice varieties
1. DRR Dhan 57
2. DRR Dhan 58
3. DRR Dhan 60
Vegetable varieties
1. VLCPH 1: VL Shimla Mirch Hybrid 1
2. VLCP 2 (IC584767): VL Shimla Mirch 3
3. VTG 95 (IC584764): VL Cherry Tamatar 1
4. VTG 86 (IC 584766): VL Tamatar 5
5. VLTH 2: VL Tamatar Hybrid 1
6. VGP 5 (IC588757): VL Lahsun 2
7. VP 434: Vivek Matar 12

Patents/copyrights:-  Patent application titled “Method for preparation of stabilizer-free silicic acid for foliar application and formulation thereof”
Patent application No. 202141061758 dated 30.12.2021

Student Guided:-

M.Sc. (Ag.)-Two

Editors/Reviewers of the Journals:- Editor-Journal of Rice Research

Member of Scientific Society:-

1. Indian Science Congress Association
2. American Society of Agronomy
3. Soil Science Society of America
4. Indian Society of Agronomy
5. Society for Advancement of Rice Research
6. Indian Society of Weed Science

Training Organized:- Three

Training Undergone:- Five

Publications (Top 30):-

1. Tuti, M. D., Kumar, R. M., Sreedevi, B., Nirmala, B., Senguttuvel, P., and Sundaram, R. M. (2022). Energy Dynamics of Aerobic Rice Cultivation in India. International Journal of Environment and Climate Change. 12(11): 1454-1460. https://doi.org/10.9734/ijecc/2022/v12i1131125
2. Bellamkonda, J., Meena, A., Rathod, S., Tuti, M. D., Kallakuri, S., Bhanusree, D., & Reddy, B. N. K. (2022). Trend Analysis of Rainfall in Telangana State (India) Using Advanced Statistical Approaches. International Journal of Environment and Climate Change, 12(11), 3405-3413. https://doi.org/10.9734/ijecc/2022/v12i111391
3. Hari Priya, K., Ramesh, K., Tuti, M. D., Anjaiah, T., A. Qureshi, M. A., & Yadav, P. (2022). Effect of Tillage and Nutrient Management Practices on Growth, Yield and Oil Quality of Rice Fallow Sesame. International Journal of Environment and Climate Change. 12(11), 1921-1929. https://doi.org/10.9734/ijecc/2022/v12i1131180
4. Hedau N. K., Dhar S, Chaudhari G. V., Agrawal P. K., Bhatt J. C., Tuti M, Hooda K. S., Mishra K. K. and Pal R. S. (2022). VL Cherry Tomato 1: a nutritionally rich cherry tomato cultivar. Current Science 123 (1): 20-22.
5. N. Madhusudan, P. Beulah, V. Jaldhani, P. Nagaraju, Y. Manasa, R. M. Sundaram, G. S. Laha, M. S. Anantha, Kalyani M. Barbadikar, C. Gireesh, A. S. HariPrasad, M. Sheshu Madhav, R. Gobinath, A. Yugandhar, K. B. Kemparaju, C. N. Neeraja, P. Brajendra, M. D. Tuti, R. Mahender Kumar, K. V. Radha Krishna and P. Senguttuvel. (2022) Stacking of Pup1 QTL for low soil phosphorus tolerance and bacterial blight resistance genes in the background of APMS6B, the maintainer line of rice hybrid DRRH-3. Euphytica 218, 37. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10681-022-02987-0
6. Tuti MD, Rapolu MK, Sreedevi B, Bandumula N, Kuchi S, Bandeppa S, Saha S, Parmar B, Rathod S, Ondrasek G, Sundaram RM. (2022) Sustainable Intensification of a Rice–Maize System through Conservation Agriculture to Enhance System Productivity in Southern India. Plants. 11(9):1229. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants11091229
7. Kale R R, Ch V Durga Rani, M Anila, H K Mahadeva Swamy, V P Bhadana, P Senguttuvel, D Subrahmanyam, M Ayyappa Dass, K Swapnil, M S Anantha, E Punniakotti, B Laxmi Prasanna, G Rekha, P Sinha, M B V N Kousi, T Dilip, S K Hajira, P Brajendra, S K Mangrauthia, C Gireesh, Tuti M D, R Mahendra Kumar, J Giri, P Singh, R. M. Sundaram. (2021). Novel major QTLs associated with low soil phosphorus tolerance identified from the Indian rice landrace, Wazuhophek. PLoS ONE 16(7): e0254526. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.
8. P Senguttuvel, N Sravanraju , V Jaldhani , B Divya, P Beulah, P Nagaraju, Y Manasa, A S Hari Prasad, P Brajendra, C Gireesh, M S Anantha, K Suneetha, R M Sundaram, M Sheshu Madhav, M D Tuti, L V Subba Rao, C N Neeraja, V P Bhadana, P R Rao, S R Voleti and D Subrahmanyam. (2021). Evaluation of genotype by environment interaction and adaptability in lowland irrigated rice hybrids for grain yield under high temperature. Scientific Reports 11, 15825. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-95264-4
9. G. Anusha, D. Sanjeeva Rao, V. Jaldhani, P. Beulah, C. N. Neeraja, C. Gireesh, M. S. Anantha, K. Suneetha, R. Santhosha, A. S. Hari Prasad, R. M. Sundaram, M. Sheshu Madhav, A. Fiyaz, P. Brajendra, M. D. Tuti, M. H. V. Bhave, K. V. Radha Krishna, J. Ali, D. Subrahmanyam & P. Senguttuvel. (2021). Grain Fe and Zn content, heterosis, combining ability and its association with grain yield in irrigated and aerobic rice. Scientific Reports 11, 10579. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-90038-4
10. B. Nirmala , M. D. Tuti*, R. Mahender Kumar , Amtul Waris , P. Muthuraman, Brajendra Parmar & T. Vidhan Singh (2021): Integrated assessment of system of rice intensification vs. conventional method of transplanting for economic benefit, energy efficiency and lower global warming potential in India, Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, DOI: 10.1080/21683565.2020.1868648
11. Bharamappanavara, M., Siddaiah, A.M., Ponnuvel, S. et al. (2020). Mapping QTL hotspots associated with weed competitive traits in backcross population derived from Oryza sativa L. and O. glaberrima Steud.. Scientific Reports 10, 22103. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-78675-7
12. Tuti M.D.*, Pal R S, Mahanta D, Pandey B M, Bisht J K. (2020). Soil Chemical and Biological Activities under Vegetable Intensive Colocasia-based Cropping System in Indian Sub-Himalayas. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 51(7): 948–962.
13. Saha S, Tuti M.D., R Mahender Kumar, Bandeppa and T Vidhan Singh. (2020). Suitability of elite genotypes for wet-direct seeding in rice-rice system in Vertisol. Oryza 57 (1): 36-42.
14. Arun MN, Mahender Kumar R, Nori Sailaja, Aarthi Singh, Tuti M.D., Srinivas D, Venkatanna B , Surekha K, Padmavathi Ch and Prasad MS. (2019). Effect of seaweed extract as biostimulant on crop growth and yield in rice (Oryza sativa l.) under transplanted condition. Journal of Rice Research 12(2): 45-50.
15. Sreedevi B, Kumar R M, Singh A, Tuti M.D., Saha S and Voleti S R. (2018). Assessing the efficacy of new low dose herbicide molecule in puddled direct seeded rice. Journal of Rice Research 11(2): 45-49.
16. Singh, S.*, Sahoo, D.C., Singh, S., Tuti. M.D. and Bisht, J.K. (2018). Development and evaluation of weed wiper for resource conservation in hills of North Western Himalayas. Agricultural Engineering Today. 42 (2): 67-71. (NAAS rating: 5.30)
17. R. Mahender Kumar, K. Surekha, B. Sreedevi, Ch. Padmavathi, D. Srinivas, T. Vidhan Singh, B. Nirmala, P.C. Latha, P. Muthuraman, Tuti M. D., N. Somashekar, M.B.B. Prasad Babu, M.N. Arun and L.V. Subba Rao. (2017). SRI Method - A water saving technology in rice - present status and future prospects. The Journal of Research PJTSAU (3&4): 1-19. (NAAS rating: 3.35)
18. Mahanta, D.*, Bhattacharyya, R., Mishra, P.K., Gopinath, K.A., Chandrashekara , C., K., Jeevanandan, R., Arun Kumar, Tuti, M.D., Varghese, E., Pandey, B.M., Bisht, J.K. and Bhatt, J.C. (2017). Influence of a six-year organic and inorganic fertilization on the diversity of the soil culturable microrgansims in the Indian mid-Himalayas. Applied Soil Ecology. 120: 229-238. (NAAS rating: 8.92)
19. R., Mahender Kumar*, K., Surekha, S., Duttarganvi, T.M., Sudhakara, B., Sreedevi, M.B.B. Prasad Babu, Ch. Padmavathi, L.V., Subba Rao, J.V.N.S. Pasad, N., Soma Shekhar, P.C., Latha, T., Vidhan Singh, Tuti, M.D., S., Saha, S.N., Meera, B., Nirmala, T., Satyanarana and V., Ravindra Babu. (2017). Agronomic Manipulations for Climate-Resilient Rice Production in India. SATSA Mukhapatra - Annual Technical Issue. 21: 103-118. (NAAS rating: 4.19)
20. Tuti, M.D.*, Das, T.K. and V., Sunitha. (2017). Effect of sequencial application of metribuzin on growth and yield of soybean. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 1:13-17. (NAAS rating: 5.21)
21. Kumar, R. M.*, Vidhan Singh, T., Sreedevi, B., Surekha, K., Padmavathi, Ch., Prasad, M.S., Gangaiah, B., Sudhaker, T., Srinivas, D., Subbarao, L.V., Muthuraman, P., Tuti, M.D. and Ravindra Babu
V. (2016). Mechanized weed management to enhance productivity in System of Rice Intensification (SRI). Indian Journal of Weed Science. 48(3): 259-261. (NAAS rating: 5.17)
22. Tuti, M.D.*, Singh, G., Arun Kumar, R. and Bisht, J.K. (2016). Performance of lentil varieties under varying seed rates in mid-hills of north-western Himalaya. Progressive Research-An International Journal. 11: 2633-2634. (NAAS rating: 3.84)
23. Kumar, R.M.*, Tuti, M.D., Sreedevi, B., Surekha, K. and Babu, V.R. (2016). Rice Agronomy: Towards Improving Productivity and Sustaining Soil Health. SATSA Mukhapatra - Annual Technical Issue. 20: 15-25. (NAAS rating: 4.19)
24. Surekha, K.*, Kumar, R.M., Tuti, M.D. and Babu, V.R. (2016). Efficient Nutrient Management Practices for Sustaining Soil Health and Improving Rice Productivity. SATSA Mukhapatra - Annual Technical Issue. 20: 26-38. (NAAS rating: 4.19)
25. Tuti, M.D.*, Singh, S., Pandey, B.M., Bisht, J.K. and Pattanayak, A. (2016). Weed management in rainfed finger millet in Indian sub-Himalayas. Indian Journal of Weed Science. 48(1): 1–5. (NAAS rating: 5.17)
26. Mahanta, D.*, Bhattacharyya, R., Sahoo, D.C., Tuti, M.D., Gopinath. K.A., Mina, B.L., Pandey, B.M., Bisht, J.K., Srivastva, A.K. and Bhatt, J.C. (2015). Optimization of farmyard manure to substitute mineral fertilizer for sustainable productivity and higher carbon sequestration potential and profitability under gardenpea-french bean cropping system in the Indian Himalayas. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 38(11): 1709-1733. (NAAS rating: 6.57)
27. Singh, S.*, Pandey, B.M., Tuti, M.D., Singh, S. and Bisht, J.K. (2015). Performance of rainfed wheat under different fertility levels and sowing methods in the mid hills of north-western Himalayas. Research on Crops. 16(1): 37-41. (NAAS rating: 4.75)
28. Tuti, M.D.*, Das, T.K., Sairam, R.K., Annapurna, K. and Singh S.B. (2015). Effect of sequential application of metribuzin on selectivity and weed control in soybean. International Journal of Pest Management. 61(1): 17-25. (NAAS rating: 7.09)
29. Tuti, M.D.*, Pal, R.S, Arun Kumar,R., Bisht, J.K. and Bhatt, J.C. (2015). Colocasia based cropping systems affects the antioxidant properties and productivity of colocasia [colocasia esculenta (l.) Schott] tuber. The Bioscan. 10(1): 117-123. (NAAS rating: 5.26)
30. Tuti, M.D.*, Hedau, N.K., Bisht, J.K. and Bhatt, J.C. (2014). Effect of organic and inorganic sources of nutrients on yield, economics, and energetics of pepper and soil properties in naturally ventilated polyhouse. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 60(7): 1005-1014. (NAAS rating: 8.25).

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21 December 2020