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Sontakke MB

Published by Agrotech Publishing Academy (2012)

ISBN 10: 8183210309 ISBN 13: 9788183210300

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About this Item: Agrotech Publishing Academy, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M8183210309

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Mallikarjun Babarao Sontakke

Published by Agrotech (2010)

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About this Item: Agrotech, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 2nd Edition. Contents Preface. 1. Importance of rainfed fruit crops. 2. Special adaptive features in important rainfed fruit crops. 3. Major constraints in cultivation of rainfed fruit crops. 4. Advances in establishment of rainfed fruit crops. 5. Establishment and management of rainfed fruit orchards. 6. Climatic needs of mango. 7. Principles of remote sensing and its applications in rainfed fruit crops. 8. Soil testing plant analysis and diagnostic techniques in rainfed fruit crops. 9. Micronutrient deficiencies and their management in rainfed fruit crops. 10. Future prospects of biofertilizers for rainfed fruit crops. 11. Use of biofertilizers for rainfed fruit crops. 12. Integrated nutrient management in rainfed fruit crops. 13. Enhancing productivity and sustainability of rainfed fruit culture through microbial biotechnology. 14. Techniques of soil moisture conservation for rainfed fruit crops. 15. Use of anti transpirants for rainfed fruit crops. 16. Edapho climatic data based model for rain water management in rainfed fruits. 17. Scope for rainfed fruit crops in watershed areas. 18. Management of rainfed fruit crops in relation to agroforestry. 19. Improvement of rainfed fruit crops through breeding. 20. Advances in mango production technology in high rainfall areas. 21. Propagational techniques in mango. 22. Survey for elite types in mango. 23. Establishment and management of mango orchards under rainfed condition. 24. Management of mango maladies. 25. Pest management in mango. 26. Production technology of tamarind. 27. Propagational techniques for tamarind. 28. Vegetative propagation in tamarind as potential trees for rainfed region. 29. Pest management in tamarind. 30. Survey of anonaceous fruits. 31. Management of anonaceous fruits. 32. Advances in ber production. 33. Production technology of ber. 34. Utilization of ber in livestock production. 35. Milk based ber processing technology. 36. Post harvest handling of rainfed fruit crops. 37. Diseases management in ber aonla and tamarind. 38. Diseases of bael custard apple and jamun and their management. 39. Advances in cashew production in high rainfall areas. 40. Production technology of cashewnut. 41. Management of marking nut (BIBBA). 42. Production technology of jamun. 43. Production technology of aonla. 44. Management of aonla. 45. Production technology of wood apple. 46. Management of wood apple. 47. Variability studies in bael. 48. Production technology of bael. 49. Advances in pomegranate production. 50. Production technology of unexploited rainfed fruit crops. 51. Some non traditional rainfed fruit crops of Marathwada region. 52. Constraints in adoption of rainfed fruit crops. 53. Extension strategies to boost rainfed horticulture. 54. Equipments and machinery used for rainfed fruit production. 55. Economic importance of rainfed fruit crops and concept of contract farming. 56. Emerging concepts of management and technology in natural resource development for rainfed fruit crops. 57. Marketing of rainfed fruits. 58. Economics of production of rainfed fruit crops. 59. Export marketing of Kesar mango. 60. Integrated weed management for rainfed fruit crops. 61. Weed management in rainfed fruit crops. Subject index. This book exclusively on rainfed fruit crops is the first of its kind edited by an eminent scientists and is the after effect of a winter school conducted with the funds sanctioned by I.C.A.R. Country is receiving 1100 mm rainfall its distribution is very erratic and uneven which leads to moisture scarcity and low crop productivity. The production and productivity of marginal land therefore becomes very difficult and serious. In such conditions cultivation of rainfed fruit crops is an attractive alternative. The crops like mango tamarind ber aonia custard apple jamun wood apple marking nut phalsa charoli karonda bael fig pomegranate cashewnut etc. can be successfully grown here for higher productivity. In India about 25 30% area under rainfed agriculture accounts fo. Seller Inventory # 57116

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