Logo

0
Your cart is empty empty bag

Free Delivery Worldwide on orders over $50

Х

Spices

 
Vijai Bahadur Singh (Author) Kirti Singh (Author)
Synopsis

India is recognized all over the world as the abode of many spices since time immemorial. The importance of spices can be traced from vasco-da-Gama’s time, and the Indian spices still occupy a prominent position in the international trade. However there is shrinkage in the export volume in recent time in respect of some spices like black pepper, ginger and small cardamom due to competition from other countries as well as increase of price in the domestic market. Being a predominant export item, spices can contribute a significant role in the national economy. Presently, the Government of India is giving special emphasis to increase the production of exportable commodities including spices. Considerable research has been carried out during the past three decades by various agricultural universities and the ICAR research centres to increase the production as well as to overcome production problems but still many constraints are yet to be tackled. The objective of this book is to project development that occurred over the years in the field of spices which provides useful information’s to the students, research workers, field workers and growers in support of enhancing the productivity of the spice crops. There is an imminent need to step up the productivity of spices by adopting modern technique in order to retain the country’s position in the world of spices trade. The worldwide interest on spices is forcing the agricultural universities and college to give emphasis on the teaching of spices. Therefore, it was considered highly pertinent to prepare a need banded book on spice culture not only to meet the requirements of the students in horticulture/agriculture, but also to provide logistic support for the benefit of research/extension workers and spices producers, in general by incorporating latest information on production technologies.

Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Classification. 3. Black pepper. 4. Small cardamom. 5. Large cardamom. 6. Ginger. 7. Turmeric. 8. Chillies. 9. Garlic. 10. Clove. 11. Nutmeg and Mace. 12. Cinnamon. 13. Coriander. 14. Cumin. 15. Fenugreek. 16. Fennel. 17. Ajowan. 18. Dill. 19. Black cumin. 20. Celery. 21. Kala Zira (Black Caraway). 22. Saffron. Annexures.

Read more
149.40 134.46 $ 166.00 $
Free delivery Wolrdwidе in 10-18 days Ships in 1-2 days from New Delhi Membership for 1 Year $35.00
Get it now and save 10%
Members SAVE 10% every day
BECOME A MEMBER
About the author

Vijai Bahadur Singh

Dr. Vijai Bahadur Singh obtained his M.A. (First Class) in Sociology from Banaras Hindu University in 1972 and Ph.D. from Magadh University in 1987. He has been teaching in a degree collage for over 15 years. Currently, he holds the rank of Lecturer (Senior Scale) at Malikpura Degree Collage, Malikpura, Ghazipur, U.P., affiliated to Purvanchal University, Jaunpur, U.P. Dr. Singh has published several articles and presented papers at conferences, including one at the Canadian Asian Studies Association in 1988.

Write a review
Reviews in total
 

Bibliographic information

Title Spices
Format Hardcover
Date published: 03.06.2015
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170195051
length 416p., 18 Colour; Plates; Tables; B/W Figures