Sarath P. Nissanka
Sarath P. Nissanka
Professor of Crop Science, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Peradeniya
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Grain yield is reduced more by weed interference in an old than in a new maize hybrid
M Tollenaar, A Aguilera, SP Nissanka
Agronomy Journal 89 (2), 239-246, 1997
Effect of weed interference and soil nitrogen on four maize hybrids
M Tollenaar, SP Nissanka, A Aguilera, SF Weise, CJ Swanton
Agronomy Journal 86 (4), 596-601, 1994
Quantification of carbon stock and tree diversity of homegardens in a dry zone area of Moneragala district, Sri Lanka
E Mattsson, M Ostwald, SP Nissanka, D Pushpakumara
Agroforestry systems 89 (3), 435-445, 2015
Application of coal fly ash in agriculture: a strategic perspective
IAM Yunusa, P Loganathan, SP Nissanka, V Manoharan, MD Burchett, ...
Critical reviews in environmental science and technology 42 (6), 559-600, 2012
Canopy gas exchange response to moisture stress in old and new maize hybrid
SP Nissanka, MA Dixon, M Tollenaar
Crop Science 37 (1), 172-181, 1997
Homegardens as a multi-functional land-use strategy in Sri Lanka with focus on carbon sequestration
E Mattsson, M Ostwald, SP Nissanka, B Marambe
Ambio 42, 892-902, 2013
Comparison of productivity of System of Rice Intensification and conventional rice farming systems in the dry-zone region of Sri Lanka.
SP Nissanka, T Bandara
Accounting for both parameter and model structure uncertainty in crop model predictions of phenology: A case study on rice
D Wallach, SP Nissanka, AS Karunaratne, WMW Weerakoon, ...
European journal of agronomy 88, 53-62, 2017
Comparison of tolerant ability of mature field grown tea (Camellia sinensis L.) cultivars exposed to a drought stress in passara area
MMN Damayanthi, AJ Mohotti, SP Nissanka
Tropical Agricultural Research 22 (1), 2011
What is good about Sri Lankan homegardens with regards to food security? A synthesis of the current scientific knowledge of a multifunctional land-use system
E Mattsson, M Ostwald, SP Nissanka
Agroforestry Systems 92 (6), 1469-1484, 2018
Tallo: A global tree allometry and crown architecture database
T Jucker, FJ Fischer, J Chave, DA Coomes, J Caspersen, A Ali, ...
Global change biology 28 (17), 5254-5268, 2022
REDD+ readiness implications for Sri Lanka in terms of reducing deforestation
E Mattsson, UM Persson, M Ostwald, SP Nissanka
Journal of Environmental Management 100, 29-40, 2012
Forest cover change in Sri Lanka: The role of small scale farmers
S Lindström, E Mattsson, SP Nissanka
Applied Geography 34, 680-692, 2012
Recovery and protection of coastal ecosystems after tsunami event and potential for participatory forestry CDM–examples from Sri Lanka
E Mattsson, M Ostwald, SP Nissanka, B Holmer, M Palm
Ocean & Coastal Management 52 (1), 1-9, 2009
Heterogeneity and assessment uncertainties in forest characteristics and biomass carbon stocks: Important considerations for climate mitigation policies
E Mattsson, M Ostwald, G Wallin, SP Nissanka
Land use policy 59, 84-94, 2016
Calibration of the phenology sub-model of APSIM-Oryza: Going beyond goodness of fit
SP Nissanka, AS Karunaratne, R Perera, WMW Weerakoon, PJ Thorburn, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 70, 128-137, 2015
The effect of rice variety and parboiling on in vivo glycemic response
P Pathiraje, WMT Madhujith, A Chandrasekara, SP Nissanka
Tropical Agricultural Research 22 (1), 2011
Climate change impacts on rice farming systems in Northwestern Sri Lanka
L Zubair, SP Nissanka, WMW Weerakoon, DI Herath, AS Karunaratne, ...
Handbook of Climate Change and Agroecosystems: The Agricultural Model …, 2015
Growth and elemental accumulation by canola on soil amended with coal fly ash
IAM Yunusa, V Manoharan, DL DeSilva, D Eamus, BR Murray, ...
Journal of environmental quality 37 (3), 1263-1270, 2008
Nitrogen/phosphorus behavior traits and implications during storm events in a semi-arid mountainous watershed
HKM Mihiranga, Y Jiang, X Li, W Wang, K De Silva, MN Kumwimba, ...
Science of the Total Environment 791, 148382, 2021
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