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Principles of Fruit Culture

B.S. Chundawat (Author) N.L. Sen (Author)
Synopsis With new agriculture policy in place, emphasis on crop diversification, value addition and export is on ascendancy. Therefore, horticulture is receiving special attention and a number of states have already established separate directorates and the SAUs separate faculties for the development of horticulture. This has called for the development of relevant literature. 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 students for choosing appropriate fruit crops for a given set of agroclimate and basic management skills for various resources, inputs and produce and shall prepare students for applied aspects of fruit culture. The book is an outcome of vast experience gathered by authors in the subject of fruit culture in various regions of the country.
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Bibliographic information

Title Principles of Fruit Culture
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185680744
length 392p., Figures; Tables.