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Protected Cultivation of Horticultural Crops

D. K. Singh and K. V. Peter

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ISBN 10: 9383305150 / ISBN 13: 9789383305155
Published by New India Publishing Agency, 2014
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Contents: Foreword. Preface. Introduction. 1. Protected cultivation of horticulture crops present scenario and future prospects/D.K. Singh and K.V. Peter. 2. Space saving horticulture/Binoo Bonny, Jyothi Bhaskar, M. Prabhakar and K.V. Peter. 3. Principles of Hi-tech horticulture/A.A. Patil, S.M. Mantur, M.S. Biradar and I.M. Mannikeri. 4. High tech interventions in horticulture crops/P. Soman. 5. Technological advances in Irrigation Management for protected cultivation/P.K. Singh, Ganga Joshi and D.K. Singh. 6. Indigenous approach towards popularization of greenhouses in Himalayan regions/Sanjai K. Dwivedi and Deepa H. Dwivedi. 7. Protected cultivation technologies for diversification and livelihood security for Indian farmers/Balraj Singh. 8. Polyhouse vegetable crop breeding/D.K. Singh. 9. Recent advances in fertigation techniques for protected cultivation of vegetable crops/A.S. Sidhu, M. Prabhakar, S.S. Hebbar, A.K. Nair and H.P.Bhagya. 10. High altitude protected vegetable production/Brahma Singh. 11. Recent advances in raising of vegetable transplants under protected conditions/Chaurasia, S.N.S. and Naik P.S. The book carries 17 chapters dealing with space saving, maximizing the efficiency of fertigation, mulching, integrated pest, disease and nutrient management (IPDNM) and engineering aspects of structures. Net houses, poly houses, rain shelters poly tunnels, uses of plastics in horticulture and cold chains for storage and marketing are elaborated. Hydroponics and aeroponics are discussed. Bookseller Inventory # 111846

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Title: Protected Cultivation of Horticultural Crops

Publisher: New India Publishing Agency

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

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Edition: 1st Edition

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The book carries 17 chapters dealing with space saving, maximizing the efficiency of fertigation, mulching, integrated pest, disease and nutrient management (IPDNM) and engineering aspects of structures.Net houses, poly houses, rain shelters, poly tunnels, uses of plastics in horticulture and cold chains for storage and marketing are elaborated. Hydroponics and aeroponics are discussed.

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