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About the authors

K V Peter

Prof. K.V. Peter , Ph.D, is Former VC of KAU in Trichur, India and Coordinator of the Department of Biotechnology (GOI) funded projects on plantation crops and spices. Prof. Peter is a horticulturist, a plant breeder and an acknowledged research manager. He is the former Director for the Indian Institute of Spices Research, Calicut (ICAR) and former Professor and Director of Research, KAU. Professor Peter is the editor of seven books and author or co-author of thirteen books/bulletins and 132 research papers. The ICAR conferred on Prof. Peter the Rafi Ahamed Kidwai Prize, the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences awarded the Recognition Award 1999 for contributions to crop improvement, and the University of Agricultural Sciences conferred the M.H. Marygowda Award for being the Best Horticultural Scientist. Prof. Peter is the Elected Fellow of the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences and Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences.

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M. Anandaraj

Dr. M. Anandaraj, a known plant pathologist of international repute, is presently the Director of India Institute of the Spices Reserach (IISR), Kozhikode. He has published six books and over one hundred and twenty research and ninteen review article in many national and international journals including and international Encycolopedia of Life Support System of United National publications (UN-EOLSS). He is also the National of the Coordinator of the Projected on Phytophthor, Fusarium and Ralstonia diseases of Horticulture and Field Crops.

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Bibliographic information

Title Biological Control in Spices
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1996
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8186872000
length vii+52p., Illustrations; 26cm.