Principles of Vegetables Production

Principles of Vegetables Production
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Principles of Vegetables Production

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Publisher: Agrotech Publications
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PREFACE I Production of any vegetable crop requires awareness of certain basics that usually do not change soon but improvements are al ways expected and therefore in this book principles ace presented in very simple, brief and easy understandable form so that these become helpful in raising vegetable crops successfully and economically. Presently, India is the second largest vegetable producer in the world. However, vegetables are grown on hardly 2.5 per cent of the total area and that could not satisfy the national requirements. The demand of vegetables is increasing day by day because majority of Indians are vegetarian, and moreover, vegetables make diet palatable, nutritive and balanced. They are rich sources of vitamins, proteins, minerals, carbohydrates, and roughages. The present book is comprised of eighteen chapters which are dealt with mainly basics of vegetab'e production. This becomes a very handy text book avoiding voluminous review. The book is having wide scope and will go in the hands of under graduate and post graduate students of Horticulture Olericulture , Agronomy sub jects, University Teachers, Extension Workers, Subject Matter Specialists,' and to those who are interested to know before going in tor vegetable cultivation. I am grateful to the authors and the publishers of all the publi cations mentioned in the text. I am very much thankful to my fam ily members who allowed me for writing work on holidays and late night hours for years together. Junagadh
S.P. Singh
Dedicated to my dear students who made me able to write the book
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CONTENTS Particulars Preface
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Contents
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Preamble