Principles of Fruit Culture

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Publisher Agrotech Publications All Fruit Science books by Agrotech Publications
ISBN 9788185680743
Author: B S Chundawat And N L Sen
Number of Pages 378
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Principles of Fruit Culture by B S Chundawat And N L Sen
Book Summary:

This book on principles of fruit culture is concerned with the learning of primary aspects of art and science of fruit culture which encompasses topics on what is horticulture, its scope and importance, horticultural crops and their classification, climate and soil conditions for fruit crops, site selections, planning and planting of orchards, orchard management, nutrition, irrigation, training and pruning; plant protection, maturity, harvesting and post harvest management and problem of unfruitfulness. Study of this book will prepare.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Agriculture students.
Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

1.Each topic has been thoroughly described, the theory is rigorously developed.

2.The book also contains advanced problems useful for competitive examinations.

Table of Contents:

I. Basic principles of fruit-culture:

1. Introduction.

2. Climatic requirement.

3. Soil requirement.

4. Propagation.

5. Establishment of orchard.

6. Orchard management.

7. Plant management.

8. Irrigation management.

9. Nutrition management.

10. Growth and development.

11. Problem of un fruitfulness.

12. Plant protection.

13. Harvest and post- harvest management.

II. Fruit production technology:

14. Mango.

15. Banana.

16. Citrus.

17. Guava.

18. Grape.

19. Sapota.

20. Litchi.

21. Pineapple.

2 2. Papaya.

23. Aonla.

24. Ber.

25. Pomegranate.

26. Date palm.

27. Apple.

28. Peach.

29. Pear.

30. Minor fruits.

Literature cited.

Glossary.

Subject index.

Appendices.

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