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Seed-borne Diseases Objectionable in Seed Production and Their Management

 
M.S. Bhale (Author) N.D. Raut (Author) D. Khare (Author)
Synopsis Seed has always been regarded as the most vital, basic and critical input in agriculture for increasing and sustaining the agricultural production. Seed health is a priority area in seed programmes. In recent years, the awareness for seed health has increased among the growers, traders and consumers. In post – GATT – era and with the emergence of WTO, concerns regarding the seed health have acquired high importance. Only scattered information is available in bulletins, manuals and some textbooks on the objectionable seed-borne diseases in the country. A manual on Indian Seed Certification Standards was published in 1971 and later made a part of seed rules. The manual was upgraded, revised and prepared by Tunwar and Singh in 1988 and until date, it is followed. I am pleased to note that the authors have made an attempt to provide a wider view of the subject in a useful form. In this book, information is prepared on 57 seed-borne diseases, which are considered as objectionable in seed production programme. The present compilation is the result of a careful synthesis of research works done on the subject. The book will be of great help to the people engaged in seed production activities (Field and Vegetables crops), certification, agricultural extension workers, field workers and also to the teachers and students of seed science and technology.
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About the authors

M.S. Bhale

Mohan S. Bhale is the senior scientist (Plant Pathology) at Department of Breeding and Genetics, Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural university (JNKVV), Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India. He obtained his Master of Science in Agricultural Plant Pathology in 1978 and Ph.D. in 1992, both from JNKVV Jabalpur. He started his professional career as Assistant professor and involved in studies on diseases of field crops and their management since 1979. He is working on seed borne diseases of major field crops. His publications include research and review articles, book chapters, manual and bulletin, working sheets and edited proceedings. He has conducted training on seed health, seed certification and production management to the people engaged with seed trading and production. He is associated with several professional societies including Indian Phytopathological Society, Indian Society of Mycology and Plant Pathology, Association of Plant Pathologist of India, Indian Society of Seed technology, Indian Oilseed Society. He is also a member of Agri-History Foundation. He was honoured as a fellow of Indian Phytopathological Society, Indian Society of Mycology and Plant pathology. He is the chief Editor of JNKVV research Journal, JNKVV, Jabalpur. He is the Author of two books including Seed technology and seed borne Diseases Objectionable in seed production and their Management. He has edited 10 books and training manuals and notes.

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D. Khare

Ph.D. is senior scientist, Plant breeding and genetics at JN Agricultural University, Jabalpur, MP, India. Dr. Khare has joined the university in 1985 as Assistant Professor. At present he is associated with Seed technology research of NSP (Crops) an ICAR project and working on characterization of crop varieties. he has published technical bulletins (ICAR) on characterization of all the varieties of soybean, pigeon, mung bean, urid bean and sunflower in active seed commerce and presently characterizing verities of sesame, linseed, field pea and lentil. He has published three books and 75 research papers. He is regularly involved in teaching at Bachelor, Master and Doctorate degree programmes. He is a life member of Indian Society of genetics and Plant breeding and Indian Society of seed technology.

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Bibliographic information

Title Seed-borne Diseases Objectionable in Seed Production and Their Management
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st. Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8172332661
length 185p., Figs.