A Handbook Of Fruit Production Volume 1 : Principles of Fruit Production

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Publisher Agrobios Publications All Fruit Science books by Agrobios Publications
ISBN 9788177545692
Author: S Prasad And U Kumar
Number of Pages 497
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A Handbook Of Fruit Production Volume 1 : Principles of Fruit Production by S Prasad And U Kumar
Book Summary:

The nature is given to India diverse geographical soil and agro-climate conditions in varies region. Thus it is possible to grow various kinds of fruits in the different states of India. The climate ranges from typical tropics in Kerala to extreme temperate in the high hills of Kashmir, Himachal, U.P., Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya. Similarly, Meghalaya get the highest rainfall in the world and Rajasthan get very little rain. It is therefore, possible to grow tropical sub-tropical and temperate fruits in the different regions.

Audience of the Book :
This Book Usefull For Fruit Science.
Table of Contents:
  1. The Fruit
  2. Fruit Growing Areas and Varieties in India
  3. Fruit Set and Ripening
  4. Chemical Composition and Nutritional Value of Fruits
  5. Fruit Cultivation: Soils Environment
  6. Fruit Cultivation: Tillage and Tillage Operations
  7. Fruit Cultivation: Water Relations
  8. Fruit Cultivation: Water Management and Irrigation
  9. Nursery Practices
  10. Propagation through Seeds
  11. Propagation through Cuttings
  12. Propagation through Layering
  13. Propagation through Grafting
  14. Propagation through Budding
  15. Weed Control of Fruit Crops
  16. Diseases of Fruit Crops
  17. Fruit Cultivation: Pruning
  18. Organic Fruit Production
  19. Post-harvest Aspects of Fruit Crops
  20. Fruit Biotechnology

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