Charls Darwin\'s Plough Tools for Vermitechnology

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Product Specifications

Publisher IK International
ISBN 9789381141274
Author: M C Dash
Number of Pages 199
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Charls Darwin's Plough Tools for Vermitechnology by M C Dash
Book Summary:

The present book is a pioneering work on earthworm biology, ecology and tool for vermitechnology. This up-to-date and comprehensive text and reference book through its integrated interdisciplinary approach deals with various facets and dimensions of soil biodiversity, earthworm biology, ecology and their utilization in biotechnology vermitechnology. The writing style is lucid with ample illustrations with up-to-date review on different aspects of vermitechnology. This book provides the detailed technical edge in the subject.


Audience of the Book :
The book useful for work on earthworm biology, ecology and tool for vermitechnology.
 
Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

1. Scope and application of soil biodiversity

2. Detailed discussion on the biology and ecological aspects of earthworms, especially Indian earthworms.

3. Classification and distribution of Indian earthworms,

4. Vermitechnology methods, application and Indian verms suitable for vermitechnology

5. Land use management using earthworms, vermicomposting techniques, use of earthworms in crop productivity, edible mushroom production, as fish and poultry feed, cost-benefit analysis.


Table of Contents:

1. Soil Biodiversity and Earthworms : An overview

2. Basic Body Structure of Earthworm

3. Ecological Grouping and General Biology

4. Earthworm Ecology

5. Indian Earthworm Families and their Features

6. Vermitechnology

7. Basic Research Methodology

8. Planning and Ecological Study on Earthworms

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