Dr. Sanjeewanie  Ginigaddara

Dr. Sanjeewanie Ginigaddara

Professor
Rajarata University, Sri Lanka


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Agricultural Systems from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

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Biography

Sanjeewanie Ginigaddara is a Professor in Agricultural Systems at the Rajarata University of Sri Lanka , Anuradhapura. She received her doctorate in Agricultural Systems and Engineering from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand . Her recent publications include ` Sustained adoption of system of rice intensification : Sri Lankan Perspective` (July, 2013) and `Location specific adoption of system of rice intensification` (December, 2014). She has research publications in national and international journals. Her research interests include sustainable agricultural systems, System of rice intensification, water wise crop production, agroforestry systems and crop modelling and sustainable agriculture.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Sustainable Agriculture
62%
Agronomy
90%
Water Management
75%
Cropping System
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Weerasekara, P.C., C.R. Withanachchi, G.A.S. Ginigaddara and A. Ploeger, 2020. Understanding dietary diversity, dietary practices and changes in food patterns in marginalised societies in Sri Lanka. Foods, 10.3390/foods9111659.
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  2. Weerasekara P.C., C.R. Withanachchi, G.A.S. Ginigaddara and A. Ploeger, 2020. Understanding dietary diversity, dietary practices and changes in food patterns in marginalised societies in sri lanka. Foods 10.3390/foods9111659 http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/foods9111659.
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  3. Ginigaddara, G.A.S., 2018. Wonders of spices in Sri Lanka. Indian Spices, 10.1007/978-3-319-75016-3_5.
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  4. Ginigaddara, G.A.S., 2018. Ecological intensification in asian rice production systems. Sustainable Agric. Rev. 31, 10.1007/978-3-319-94232-2_1.
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  5. Ginigaddara, G.A.S. and S.L. Ranamukhaarachchi, 2016. Phenological variations, yield differences and free proline accumulation in rice under alternate inundation and suspension of irrigation in Central Thailand. Paddy Water Environ., 14: 387-401.
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  6. Ginigaddara G.A.S., A.P.S. Fernando and P.M.A.P.K. Wijethunga, 2016. Technical feasibility of coconut (Cocos nucifera) cashew (Anacardium occidentale) intercropping system in Puttalam district, Sri Lanka. Int. J. Ad. Sci. Res. Manage., .
  7. Madduma Bandara, C.M., G.A.S. Ginigaddara and R. Nianthi, 2015. Some experiences in re-forestation of village tank catchments in the dry zone of Sri Lanka. Int. J. Biol. Sci. Eng., 6: 63-72.
  8. Ginigaddara, G.S. and S.L. Ranamukhaarachchi, 2011. Study of age of seedlings at transplanting on growth dynamics and yield of rice under alternating flooding and suspension of irrigation of water management. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 3: 76-88.
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  9. Ginigaddara, G.S. and S.L. Ranamukhaarachchi, 2009. Effect of conventional, SRI and modified water management on growth, yield and water productivity of direct-seeded and transplanted rice in central Thailand. Aust. J. Crop Sci., 3: 278-286.
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  10. Ginigaddara, G.A.S., H.M.G.S.B. Hitinayake and Y.M. Wickramasinghe, 2009. Feasibility of intercropping Vetivaria zizanioides (linn.) Nash with banana in the dry zone of Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan J. Agric. Sci., 46: 115-129.
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