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Crop Production Techniques of Horticultural Crops 2013 HORTICULTURAL COLLEGE AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE TAMIL NADU AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY COIMBATORE – 641 003

  • Page 2: Part I - Fruits
  • Page 4: Nutmeg………………………
  • Page 6: Chapter A
  • Page 8: and retention of fruits. Spray 2 %
  • Page 10: Preferred Varieties and Hybrids Ban
  • Page 12: Digging pits
  • Page 14: Perennial banana: Give surface digg
  • Page 16: three times at 15 days interval to
  • Page 18: Acid Lime: Citrus aurantifolia (Chr
  • Page 20: Diseases
  • Page 22: Little leaf malady: To control litt
  • Page 24: Plant protection
  • Page 26: Manures and Fertilizers (Kg per vin
  • Page 28: Guava: Psidium guajava L.; Myrtacea
  • Page 30: Pineapple: Ananas sativus; Bromelia
  • Page 32: Diseases
  • Page 34: Plant protection
  • Page 36: Pomegranate: Punica granatum L.; Pu
  • Page 38: Jack: Artocarpus heterophyllus; Mor
  • Page 40: Diseases
  • Page 42: Chapter B
  • Page 44: Pear: Pyrus communis L.; Rosaceae
  • Page 46: Peach: Prunus persica; Rosaceae
  • Page 49: Name of fruit
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    Name of fruit

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    Sow the treated seed in protrays @

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    Growth regulators

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    Peanut bud necrosis virus: Selectio

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    Field preparation

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    Whitefly

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    Bhendi: Abelmoschus esculentus (L)

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    Weed control

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    Chillies: Capsicum annuum L.; Solan

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    Fertigation schedule

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    Insecticide Dose

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    Capsicum (Sweet pepper / Bell peppe

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    75% RD of Phosporous applied as sup

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    Pumpkin: Cucurbita moschata Poir.;

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    Snake gourd: Trichosanthes cucumeri

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    Ribbed gourd: Luffa acutangula Roxb

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    Crop Growing districts Erode, Coimb

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    Plant protection

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    Bitter gourd; Momordica charantia L

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    Fertigation Schedule- Bitter gourd

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    Plant protection

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    Cucumber: Cucumis sativus L.; Cucur

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    Gherkin: Cucumis sativus var. angur

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    4. Use 20 x 15 cm polythene bags, f

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    Muskmelon: Cucumis melo L; Cucurbit

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    Tinda: Citrullus vulgaris var. fist

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    Cluster beans: Cyamopsis tetragonol

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    Lab lab or Dolichos bean: Lab lab p

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    French bean: Phaseolus vulgaris L;

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    Ash weevils

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    Peas: Pisum sativum L.; Fabaceae

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    Ratoon crop:

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    Chapter B

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    Fertigation schedule

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    Yield Hills : 70 - 80 t/ha in 150 d

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    with 19:19:19 + MN @ 0.5 % (5g/l) s

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    4. Spray NSKE 5 % or cartap hydroch

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    Carrot: Daucus carota L; Umbellifer

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    Radish: Raphanus sativus L; Brassic

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    Beet root: Beta vulgaris L.; Chenop

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    Potato: Solanum tuberosum L.; Solan

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    Potato tuber moth

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    Tapioca: Manihot esculenta Crantz.;

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    S. No

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    Elephant foot yam: Amorphophallus c

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    Taro: Colocasia esculenta L. Scott;

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    Dioscorea: Dioscorea alata and L.;

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    Chapter D

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    Big onion or Common onion: Allium c

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    Fertigation: For big onion, 60:60:3

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    CURRY LEAF; Murraya koenigii Linn.

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    Name of crop

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    Name of crop

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    Pests Thrips :

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    Cardamom: Elettaria cardamomum (Mat

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    Turmeric: Curcuma longa Val.; Zingi

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    Leaf spots: Spray Carbendazim 500 g

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    Chapter B

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    Cinnamon: Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blu

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    Allspice (Pimenta dioica Lindl.); M

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    Diseases

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    Fennel: Foeniculum vulgare Mill.; A

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    The artificial pollination is usefu

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    Diseases

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    (or) MOP 12 parts by Weight

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    Insecticide Dose

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    Spacing

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    Spray 0.5 % Bordeaux mixture during

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    after shaving the bark or swab the

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    Pruning:

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    Rubber: Hevea brasiliensis Muell-Ar

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    Plant protection

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    Coconut (Cocos nucifera L.); Palmae

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    Weed management: The inter-space in

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    or Monocrotophos 0.04 % or Methomyl

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    Arecanut: Areca catechu L.; Palmae

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    Oil Palm - Elaeis guineensis Jacq;

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    Palmyrah: Borassus flabellifer; Pal

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    Betelvine: Piper betel; Piperaceae

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    Powdery mildew: Spray 0.2 % Wettabl

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    After cultivation:

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    Coleus forskohlii (Lamiaceae)

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    Senna: Cassia angustifolia Vahl. (L

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    Medicinal solanum: Solanum viarum C

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    Citronella: Cymbopogon winterianus;

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    Palmarosa: Cymbopogon martinii var.

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    Mint: Mentha sp; Labiatae

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    (Sembaruthi) dry

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    Rose: Rosa sp; Rosaceae

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    Malligai (Gundumalli): Jasminum sam

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    Mullai: Jasminum auriculatum (Vahle

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    Crossandra: Crossandra infundibulif

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    Chrysanthemum: Dendranthema grandif

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    Diseases:

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    Nerium: Nerium indicum Mill.; Apocy

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    Cut Rose: Rosa sp.; Rosaceae

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    Plant protection:

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    Light regulation: Chrysanthemum is

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    Special practices

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    Anthurium: Anthurium andreanum; Ara

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    Dendrobium Orchid: Dendrobium sp.;

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    Crop duration:

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    Gerbera: Gerbera jamesonii; Composi

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    China Aster: Callistephus chinensis

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    Crop Name of Duration Yield Special

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    Crop Name of Duration Yield Special

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    COBH 2 120-130 58-60 F1 hybrid deve

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    gourd collected from Alangulam, Tir

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    French

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    35%; field tolerance to mosaic viru

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    Fenugreek CO 1 80 - 90 600 kg of gr

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    Pitchi

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    Thyme Ooty-1 7-8 years 10.7 t/ha gr

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    Part IX

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    II VEGETABLES

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    Growing medium: Soil:Compost:Cocope

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    TOMATO

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    Spacing:

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    Season:

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    Intact pods can also be stored upto

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    The seeds are pre-germinated by inc

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    BOTTLE GOURD

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    Seed yield:

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    Storage:

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    45 days after anthesis. Colour chan

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    Seed yield:

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    Harvest:

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    Grading:

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    Foliar spray:

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    The stones soaked in thiourea @ 2 %

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    Harvest:

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    MEDICINAL PLANTS

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    Seeds attain physiological maturity

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    Storing of fluffs in 700 gauge poly

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    Storage:

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    Sl.No. Crop

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    S.No Name of seed Max. viability pe

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    Symptoms

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    Remedial measures: Spray 250 - 500

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    Potato

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    Citrus

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    quantity, the spray solution employ

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    crop grown in the field and has all

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    solve several problems like the pro

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    Mushroom Cultivation techniques for

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    Paddy straw is used as the raw subs

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    Economics of Spawn Production (100

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    Economics of Oyster mushroom produc

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    Net income per year : 2,37,175

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    Crop Season of flowering Season of

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    Endosulfan I/A Agrosulfan,Agirosulf

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    Dichlorvos I/A Agrovan-76, Bangvos,

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    Methamidophos

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    Phorate I/N/A Aelmet,Agrophorate, C

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    Carbofuran, I/N/A Furadan,Hexafuran

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    Aluminium Phoshide

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    2. Imidacloprid Gaucho, Confidor,

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    Source:

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    Organic Mercurials

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    Pyrazophas

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    grew at the rate of 5.0 per cent pe

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    Naturally occurring herbicides

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    In the transplanted field they are

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    RADISH

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    Chloramben Amiben, Vegiben Pre-em

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    S. No.

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    S. No.

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    S. No.

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    S. No.

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    S. No.

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    The implement could be used for dee

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    4. Cost of the unit : Rs. 20,000/-

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    discharge end. The main pump shaft

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    can be moved up and down by ropes f

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    assembly of the power tiller. From

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    Useful for weeding between rows of

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    and increase the shelf life of the

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    ! Capacity of the unit is 500 kg of

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    ! Cost of seed extraction per kg is

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    single flat seeds such as chilli an

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    Aerial access hoist for coconut and

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    Part XX

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    Tomato Powder

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    substituted products were

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    (Irugur series) FP2O5 = 0.29 T -2.7

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    Target : 500 q ha -1 fresh root FK2

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    Tomato (10)

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    Part XXII

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    Appendix - II

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    Appendix - V

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    Rate of

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    Appendix IX

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    Sweet potato Ipomoea batatas L.Lam.

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    Betelvine Piper betle Vethalai Tama

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    Crops Pesticide Concentration (%) W

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    About . . .

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    (For information only)

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    Standardization of organic producti

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    fertilizer, organic though it is, b

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    for example, morphology of the plan

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    Table 2. Showing position of earth

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    Biodynamic preparations

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    * Fusarium monliformae

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    taken that pit should be 15cm highe

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    ioreactors for effective recycling

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    A farmer at Indore developed this m

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    The important properties of biodyna

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    ! Scientific explanation for respon

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    ! Efficient utilization of land, wa

  • Page 3: Cucumber………………………
  • Page 5: Marigold (African marigold)……
  • Page 7: Manures and Fertilizers (Kg per tre
  • Page 9: Stem borer:
  • Page 11: Banana: Musa sp; Musaceae
  • Page 13: Hill bananas
  • Page 15: Insecticide Dose
  • Page 17: Growing Districts Coimbatore, Erode
  • Page 19: Fruit sucking moth:
  • Page 21: Sweet Orange: Citrus sinensis; Ruta
  • Page 23: Mandarin Orange: Citrus reticulata
  • Page 25: Grapes: Vitis vinifera; Vitaceae
  • Page 27: Diseases
  • Page 29: Aphid:
  • Page 31: Sapota: Manilkhara achras; Sapotace
  • Page 33: Papaya: Carica papaya L.; Caricacea
  • Page 35: Yield: The yield of crude papain is
  • Page 37: Market information
  • Page 39: Ber: Zizyphus mauritiana Lam; Rhamn
  • Page 41: Amla: Phyllanthus emblica; Euphorbi
  • Page 43: Add stickers like Triton AE or Teep
  • Page 45: Plum: Prunus salicina L. ; Rosaceae
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    Name of fruit

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    Chapter A

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    Manuring

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    Insecticide Dose

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    Brinjal: Solanum melongena L. ; Sol

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    Recommended dose: 200:150: 100 kg /

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    Diseases

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    Application of fertilizers

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    Powdery mildew: Dust Sulphur 25 kg

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    Spacing

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    Weed control

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    Hybrids : 25 t / ha of green chilli

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    Layout and planting for drip irriga

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    Paprika: Capsicum annuum var. gross

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    Do not use, copper and sulphur dust

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    Plant protection

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    Fertigation Schedule- Ribbed gourd

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    Bottle gourd: Lagenaria siceraria (

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    Sl. No.

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    After cultivation

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    Ash gourd: Benincasa hispida Cogn;

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    Fertigation Schedule- Ash gourd (Hy

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    Sl. No.

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    Watermelon: Citrullus lanatus (Thum

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    Fertigation Schedule

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    Sl. No.

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    Chow chow: Sechium edule; Cucurbita

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    Vegetable Cowpea: Vigna unguiculata

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    Plant protection

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    Pod borer: Spray Carbaryl 50 WP thr

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    Broad beans: Vicia faba L; Fabaceae

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    Annual moringa: Moringa oleifera L.

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    Baby corn: Zea mays; Poaceae

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    Sowing

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    Periodically spray the mustard crop

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    Cauliflower: Brassica oleracea var.

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    Fertigation schedule

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    Yield Hills : 20 - 30 t/ha

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    Forked roots and split roots fetch

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    Market information

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    Fertigation schedule

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    Fertigation schedule: Potato (Varie

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    Sweetpotato: Ipomoea batatas (L) La

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    Sequential cropping: Raise CO 2 veg

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    3. Use nitrogen judiciously.

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    complete yellowing of the plant. In

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    plants, spray with fungicides viz.,

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    Chinese potato: Coleus parviflorus

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    Plant protection - Pests

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    Big onion and aggregatum onion prod

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    Chapter E

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    Name of crop

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    Name of crop

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    Part III

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    Planting: 3-5 well rooted cuttings

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    Weed the field as and when necessar

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    Fertigation schedule for turmeric

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    Ginger: Zingiber officinale Rosc.;

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    Nutmeg: Myristica fragrans Houtt.;

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    Tamarind: Tamarindus indicus L.; Ca

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    Chapter C

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    Fenugreek: Trigonella foenum graecu

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    Chapter D

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    Paprika (Capsicum annum L.); Solana

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    Tea: Camellia sinensis L. O. Kuntze

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    Pruning cycle

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    Coffee: Coffea arabica L.;Coffea ca

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    After cultivation: Weeding and mulc

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    Cashew: Anacardium occidentale L.;

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    Cocoa: Theobroma cacao L.; Sterculi

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    Diseases

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    33 April/May 550 200

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    Patch canker or Bark cankers:

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    Drought management and soil moistur

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    iii. Release the larval (Bethylids,

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    XIV. Pencil point disease: Because

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    Intercropping:

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    Plant Protection

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    Thattupalai - It has to be done in

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    Plant protection

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    Part V

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    Harvest:

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    Nematodes:

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    Periwinkle: Catharanthus roseus (Ap

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    Chapter B

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    Geranium: Pelargonium graveolens (L

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    Patchouli; Pogostemon patchouli Hoo

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    Production techniques for other imp

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    18. Chlorophytum

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    Red scale:

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    Soil application of Pseudomonas flu

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    Jathi Malli (PITCHI): Jasminum gran

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    Diseases

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    Marigold (African marigold): Tagete

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    Tuberose: Polianthes tuberosa L.; A

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    Golden Rod: Solidago spp; Asteracea

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    Crop stage Fertilizers Dosage Time

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    Cut Chrysanthemum: Dendranthema gra

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    Carnation: Dianthus caryophyllus; C

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    *Precision production techniques fo

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    Special practices

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    Lilium: Lilium sp.; Liliaceae

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    Gladiolus: Gladiolus spp; Iridaceae

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    Thrips: Spray Fipronil @ 2 ml/l or

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    PART VII - PARTICULARS OF IMPROVED

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    Crop Name of Duration Yield Special

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    suitable for irrigated and rainfed

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    PMK.1 200 2.36 It is a hybrid deriv

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    1 Bitter gourd CO 1 115 14.0 CO 1 i

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    Beetroot Ooty.1 120 -

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    ed) Amaranthus CO 1 20-25 7.0 It is

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    Betelvine SGM-1 2-2.5 years 65 lakh

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    Gerbera YCD1

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    Part VIII

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    1. VAM 0.200 0.200 1.0

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    I. Tomato

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    Integrated Nutrient Management (INM

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    Harvest:

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    Basal: FYM : 25 t/ha; 40 : 50 : 30

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    Pre-sowing seed treatment

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    PUMPKIN

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    2.5 kg/ha.

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    Fertilizer:

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    Physiological maturity :

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    DOLICHOS LAB LAB (Bush type)

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    Harvesting :

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    The treated bulbs are sown on the r

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    Seed extraction:

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    Root to seed method:

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    PAPAYA

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    Storage:

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    Seeds treated with carendazim 50 %

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    Grading:

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    KALMEGH - Andrographis paniculata

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    Harvest:

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    Seeds are treated with halogen mixt

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    Germination and purity standards

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    Part XII

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    Tips and margins of the leaves turn

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    Potato, Tapioca, Cabbage, Grapes, C

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    Symptoms: Narrow leaves with pale y

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    Molybdenum: Chlorotic interveinal m

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    Part XIII

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    year round in the commercial units.

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    Mushroom varieties/ strains release

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    The half cooked grains are spread e

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    After 18-20 days when the paddy str

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    Net income per year : 3,93,413

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    Economics of Milky mushroom product

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    AND FRUITING OF FRUIT

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    Part XV - CHEMICAL AND COMMERCIAL N

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    CommonName

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    CommonName

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    CommonName

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    CommonName

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    CommonName

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    CommonName

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    CommonName

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    Copper Fungicides

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    Oxycarboxin

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    Streptomycin sulphate

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    Integrated weed management system

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    I. FRUITS

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    BRINJAL

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    Sequential application of Dalapan 1

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    Part XVIII Cultural tips for F-1 hy

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    4 Bhendi Shobha

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    6 Cauliflo-

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    8 Chillies Sujatha,

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    11 Cucum-

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    Part XIX

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    the removed soil in opposite direct

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    speed. The auger bit was fabricated

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    separate frame and length 75 cm and

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    3. General Information :

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    soil slip back to the ground and th

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    and most pungent by climbing on the

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    ! Cost of the dryer is Rs.50,000/-

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    Tomato is one of the important comm

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    Salient features:

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    To mechanize the placement of seeds

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    The time required for locating unit

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    Aonla mouth

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    Mushroom

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    180 10 200 53 60 37

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    Season : Kharif / Rabi FP2O5 = 1.40

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    Radish (8)

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    Season : Annual FP2O5 = 0.57 T - 5.

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    1 Hec = 10000 sq.mt.

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    Sl. No.

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    Materials

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    S o

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    Appendix X

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    Crop Scientific name of the crop Ta

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    Appendix XI

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    11. Cardamom Methyl parathion

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    centre of Horticulture development

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    diameter (2.49 cm) and root weight

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    Effect of organics on growth and yi

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    Imaginary point when moon crosses p

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    Table 4. Basic BD sets used CPP, BD

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06.02.2013 A.M Onion price touches Rs. 34/kg It's not just the staple ...

06.02.2013 A.M Onion price touches Rs. 34/kg It's not just the staple ...

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Wrapper Project Team Foreward Preface Executive ... - TNAU

COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISHERY RESOURCES OF INDIA ...

COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISHERY RESOURCES OF INDIA ...

05.02.2013 AM Small onion brings cheer to farmers Women working ...

05.02.2013 AM Small onion brings cheer to farmers Women working ...

18.02.2013 A.M Farmers told not to sell paddy at less than MSP The ...

18.02.2013 A.M Farmers told not to sell paddy at less than MSP The ...

29 - TNAU

29 - TNAU

Animal Husbandry 2013-2014

Animal Husbandry 2013-2014

03_june_13_eng.pdf

03_june_13_eng.pdf

If farmers are the backbone of the economy, then it is fractured ...

If farmers are the backbone of the economy, then it is fractured ...

Low Cost Green Houses for Vegetable Production Agriculture is the ...

Low Cost Green Houses for Vegetable Production Agriculture is the ...

2 - TNAU Agritech Portal

2 - TNAU Agritech Portal

Manufactures/Dealers Addresses - TNAU Agritech Portal

Manufactures/Dealers Addresses - TNAU Agritech Portal

FPO Policy - TNAU Agritech Portal

FPO Policy - TNAU Agritech Portal

view the District Action Plan - TNAU

view the District Action Plan - TNAU

Wrapper Project Team Foreward Preface Executive ... - TNAU

Wrapper Project Team Foreward Preface Executive ... - TNAU

Sardar Patel Outstanding ICAR Institution Award 2010

Sardar Patel Outstanding ICAR Institution Award 2010

TIRUNELVELI Office Code No Tel. Phone Joint Director 0462 ...

TIRUNELVELI Office Code No Tel. Phone Joint Director 0462 ...

Plant Health Clinic Format for submission of project on Plant Health ...

Plant Health Clinic Format for submission of project on Plant Health ...

Wrapper Project team Foreword Preface Executive Summary - TNAU

Wrapper Project team Foreword Preface Executive Summary - TNAU

2011 - Agritech Portal

2011 - Agritech Portal

Guidelines for integrated development of 60000 pulses villages

Guidelines for integrated development of 60000 pulses villages

Calendar for PDF.pmd - Indian Council of Agricultural Research

Calendar for PDF.pmd - Indian Council of Agricultural Research

2. HORTICULTURE - TNAU

2. HORTICULTURE - TNAU

Uzhavar Peruvizha 2013 – Namakkal District Name and ...

Uzhavar Peruvizha 2013 – Namakkal District Name and ...

Apricot - Directorate of Plant Protection Quarantine and Storage ...

Apricot - Directorate of Plant Protection Quarantine and Storage ...

Brochure of National Seminar- Shirgaon Ratnagiri.

Brochure of National Seminar- Shirgaon Ratnagiri.

18-01-2013 - Department of Agriculture & Co-operation

18-01-2013 - Department of Agriculture & Co-operation

Dealers Details - TNAU

Dealers Details - TNAU

TAWDEVA

TAWDEVA

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Wrapper Project Team Foreward Preface Executive ... - TNAU

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