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Tea Cultivation In The Plains of North East India

S.E. Kabir (Author) A.P. Das (Author)

The book endeavours to present a practical aspect of tea garden practices, followed in the garden of North East India. Various aspects like Nursery Management, Young Tea Management, Integrated Pest and Nutrient Management, Bio-organic Tea Farming, Spray Techniques, Pharmacology etc. have been incorporated with latest recommendation. This book is expected to serve as a tool for the tea planters and the students who are pursuing different courses in tea. The authors have tried to make the book as simple as possible. It can serve as practical handbook for the tea planters.

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About the author

A.P. Das

Abhaya Prasad Das, Professor of Botany, University of North Bengal, did his M.Sc. and Ph.d. Degrees in Botany from the University of Calcutta. Dr. Das is presently exploring the Plant Bio-diversity inMaenum Wild Life sanctuary (in Sikkim), Monocoryledonous for a of Darjeeling District and Flora of Dzongu (in sikkim). He is a widely traveled person, teaching Plant Taxonomy for las 26 years and eight students have already been awarded Ph.d. Degree under his supervision. Anout 60 research papers and two books [College Botany Practical (Vol. 1 & 2) and Systematic Botany for Foresters (edited)} are in his credit. Professor Das is a recipient of V.V. Sivarajan Gold Medal (2001) and Bharat Jyoti Award (2003). He is a member of a number of national and international bodies and is an invited member of IUCN.

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Title Tea Cultivation In The Plains of North East India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 12.12.2015
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788189233990
length viii+258+12p., Illustrations; Figures; Colour Plates; Index; 25cm.