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Jitendra Singh,S.K. Jain,L.K. Dashora,B.S. Chundawat

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Climatic variations often tend to have adverse effect on the yield and production of crops. Efforts have, therefore, been on for harnessing this natural resource through artificial means for increasing crop productivity. One such technology is protected cultivation. This technique is well adopted in Europe and USA and now China and Japan are leading in controlled sphere production of horticultural crops. In India, the technology is making breakthrough in Karnataka and Maharashtra in protected cultivation of pepper, tomato, cucumber, muskmelon, baby corn etc. Precision farming is defined as the cultivation by adopting technologies which give maximum precision in production of a superior crop with a desired yield levels and quality at competitive production. These include use of genetically modified crop varieties, micropropagation, integrated nutrient, water and pest managements, protected cultivation, organic farming, hi-tech horticulture, and post harvest technology. Post-harvest sector needs lot of precision. Peels, rags, etc. go waste. Many times, peels being rich in polyphenols, colouring pigment, nutrients etc are richer in antioxidant than what we actually eat. Here, we need precision. Precision in management, precision in product diversification, precision in value addition are much sought after aspect. Contents Foreword Preface List of Contributors 1. Precision Farming : A Promising Technology by J. Singh; S. K. Jain, I. B. Maurya, A. Mishra, L. K. Dashora, M. C. Jain and P. Lahoty 2. Precision Farming in India ? Concepts and Approaches by S. K. Malhotra and Babita Singh 3. Precision Farming in Horticulture : A Scenario by A. V. Barad, Virendra Singh, L. K. Dashora, J. Shankara Swamy and Rita Markam 4. Precision Farming in Fruit Crops in India: Status and Prospects by M. K. Kaul 5. Fruit Based Diversified Cropping System for Arid Region by O. P. Awasthi, I. S. Singh and M. K. Verma 6. Production System Management in Precision Farming of Fruit Based Cropping Systems under Hot Arid Ecosystem by P. L. Saroj 7. Prospects of Temperate Fruit Production in Subtropical Climate by M. K. Verma, O. P. Awasthi and R. K. Giri 8. Canopy Architecture Management for Precision Farming in Fruits by Vishal Nath and Amrendra Kumar 9. Biotechnological Interventions in the Improvement of Fruit Crops by Krishan Kumar, Kuldeep Singh and M.I.S. Gill 10. Exploitation of Genetic Resources of Aonla, Bael and Noni in Precision Horticulture by A. K. Singh, Sanjay Singh, S. K. Sharma, Raj Kumar and P. S. Sisodia 11. Redressal of Spatial Variation in Soil Fertility and Site Specific Nutrient Management for Rationale of Fertilizer Use in Citrus by A. K. Srivastava 12. Nutrient Use Efficiency in Oil Palm Plantations Under Indian Conditions by B. Narsimha Rao, K. Suresh and S. Sunitha 13. Precision Farming in Arid Horticultural Crops: Status and Prospects by S. K. Sharma and B. D. Sharma 14. Exploitation of Underexploited Crops in Precision Horticulture by Sanjay Singh, A. K. Singh and K. Lata 15. Exploitation of Genetic Resources of Vegetable Crops for Precision Farming by K. P. Singh 16. LED Lighting in Horticulture by Mam C. Singh 17. Cultivation of Anthurium Through Precise Technology by S. L. Chawla, A. R. Gaikwad, Alka Singh and L. K. Dashora 18. Organic Farming in India : Challenges and Opportunities by Hari Prakash and Sanjai K. Dwivedi 19. Homa Jaivik Krishi : A Hope for Sustainable Horticulture ? Mardi?s Approach by R. K. Pathak 20. Plant Bio-Enhancers : Potential and Affordable Source for Fertigation by R. K. Pathak 21. DRIS Norms for Precision Farming in Horticultural Crops by B. D. Sharma 22. New Dimensions in Post-harvest Handling, Processing and Value Addition of Horticultural Produce by D. S. Khurdiya 23. Post Harvest Handling and Processing of Mandarin ? Prospects and Constraints by S. K. Jain, L. K. Dashora a Printed Pages: 382. Seller Inventory # 68617

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Jitendra Singh,S.K. Jain,L.K. Dashora,B.S. Chundawat

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Climatic variations often tend to have adverse effect on the yield and production of crops. Efforts have, therefore, been on for harnessing this natural resource through artificial means for increasing crop productivity. One such technology is protected cultivation. This technique is well adopted in Europe and USA and now China and Japan are leading in controlled sphere production of horticultural crops. In India, the technology is making breakthrough in Karnataka and Maharashtra in protected cultivation of pepper, tomato, cucumber, muskmelon, baby corn etc. Precision farming is defined as the cultivation by adopting technologies which give maximum precision in production of a superior crop with a desired yield levels and quality at competitive production. These include use of genetically modified crop varieties, micropropagation, integrated nutrient, water and pest managements, protected cultivation, organic farming, hi-tech horticulture, and post harvest technology. Post-harvest sector needs lot of precision. Peels, rags, etc. go waste. Many times, peels being rich in polyphenols, colouring pigment, nutrients etc are richer in antioxidant than what we actually eat. Here, we need precision. Precision in management, precision in product diversification, precision in value addition are much sought after aspect. Contents Foreword Preface List of Contributors 1. Precision Farming : A Promising Technology by J. Singh; S. K. Jain, I. B. Maurya, A. Mishra, L. K. Dashora, M. C. Jain and P. Lahoty 2. Precision Farming in India â" Concepts and Approaches by S. K. Malhotra and Babita Singh 3. Precision Farming in Horticulture : A Scenario by A. V. Barad, Virendra Singh, L. K. Dashora, J. Shankara Swamy and Rita Markam 4. Precision Farming in Fruit Crops in India: Status and Prospects by M. K. Kaul 5. Fruit Based Diversified Cropping System for Arid Region by O. P. Awasthi, I. S. Singh and M. K. Verma 6. Production System Management in Precision Farming of Fruit Based Cropping Systems under Hot Arid Ecosystem by P. L. Saroj 7. Prospects of Temperate Fruit Production in Subtropical Climate by M. K. Verma, O. P. Awasthi and R. K. Giri 8. Canopy Architecture Management for Precision Farming in Fruits by Vishal Nath and Amrendra Kumar 9. Biotechnological Interventions in the Improvement of Fruit Crops by Krishan Kumar, Kuldeep Singh and M.I.S. Gill 10. Exploitation of Genetic Resources of Aonla, Bael and Noni in Precision Horticulture by A. K. Singh, Sanjay Singh, S. K. Sharma, Raj Kumar and P. S. Sisodia 11. Redressal of Spatial Variation in Soil Fertility and Site Specific Nutrient Management for Rationale of Fertilizer Use in Citrus by A. K. Srivastava 12. Nutrient Use Efficiency in Oil Palm Plantations Under Indian Conditions by B. Narsimha Rao, K. Suresh and S. Sunitha 13. Precision Farming in Arid Horticultural Crops: Status and Prospects by S. K. Sharma and B. D. Sharma 14. Exploitation of Underexploited Crops in Precision Horticulture by Sanjay Singh, A. K. Singh and K. Lata 15. Exploitation of Genetic Resources of Vegetable Crops for Precision Farming by K. P. Singh 16. LED Lighting in Horticulture by Mam C. Singh 17. Cultivation of Anthurium Through Precise Technology by S. L. Chawla, A. R. Gaikwad, Alka Singh and L. K. Dashora 18. Organic Farming in India : Challenges and Opportunities by Hari Prakash and Sanjai K. Dwivedi 19. Homa Jaivik Krishi : A Hope for Sustainable Horticulture â" Mardiâs Approach by R. K. Pathak 20. Plant Bio-Enhancers : Potential and Affordable Source for Fertigation by R. K. Pathak 21. DRIS Norms for Precision Farming in Horticultural Crops by B. D. Sharma 22. New Dimensions in Post-harvest Handling, Processing and Value Addition of Horticultural Produce by D. S. Khurdiya 23. Post Harvest Handling and Processing of Mandarin â" Prospects and Constraints by S. K. Jain, L. K. Dashora a Printed Pages: 382. Seller Inventory # 68617

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Jitendra Singh,S.K. Jain,L.K. Dashora,B.S. Chundawat

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Climatic variations often tend to have adverse effect on the yield and production of crops. Efforts have, therefore, been on for harnessing this natural resource through artificial means for increasing crop productivity. One such technology is protected cultivation. This technique is well adopted in Europe and USA and now China and Japan are leading in controlled sphere production of horticultural crops. In India, the technology is making breakthrough in Karnataka and Maharashtra in protected cultivation of pepper, tomato, cucumber, muskmelon, baby corn etc. Precision farming is defined as the cultivation by adopting technologies which give maximum precision in production of a superior crop with a desired yield levels and quality at competitive production. These include use of genetically modified crop varieties, micropropagation, integrated nutrient, water and pest managements, protected cultivation, organic farming, hi-tech horticulture, and post harvest technology. Post-harvest sector needs lot of precision. Peels, rags, etc. go waste. Many times, peels being rich in polyphenols, colouring pigment, nutrients etc are richer in antioxidant than what we actually eat. Here, we need precision. Precision in management, precision in product diversification, precision in value addition are much sought after aspect. Contents Foreword Preface List of Contributors 1. Precision Farming : A Promising Technology by J. Singh; S. K. Jain, I. B. Maurya, A. Mishra, L. K. Dashora, M. C. Jain and P. Lahoty 2. Precision Farming in India â" Concepts and Approaches by S. K. Malhotra and Babita Singh 3. Precision Farming in Horticulture : A Scenario by A. V. Barad, Virendra Singh, L. K. Dashora, J. Shankara Swamy and Rita Markam 4. Precision Farming in Fruit Crops in India: Status and Prospects by M. K. Kaul 5. Fruit Based Diversified Cropping System for Arid Region by O. P. Awasthi, I. S. Singh and M. K. Verma 6. Production System Management in Precision Farming of Fruit Based Cropping Systems under Hot Arid Ecosystem by P. L. Saroj 7. Prospects of Temperate Fruit Production in Subtropical Climate by M. K. Verma, O. P. Awasthi and R. K. Giri 8. Canopy Architecture Management for Precision Farming in Fruits by Vishal Nath and Amrendra Kumar 9. Biotechnological Interventions in the Improvement of Fruit Crops by Krishan Kumar, Kuldeep Singh and M.I.S. Gill 10. Exploitation of Genetic Resources of Aonla, Bael and Noni in Precision Horticulture by A. K. Singh, Sanjay Singh, S. K. Sharma, Raj Kumar and P. S. Sisodia 11. Redressal of Spatial Variation in Soil Fertility and Site Specific Nutrient Management for Rationale of Fertilizer Use in Citrus by A. K. Srivastava 12. Nutrient Use Efficiency in Oil Palm Plantations Under Indian Conditions by B. Narsimha Rao, K. Suresh and S. Sunitha 13. Precision Farming in Arid Horticultural Crops: Status and Prospects by S. K. Sharma and B. D. Sharma 14. Exploitation of Underexploited Crops in Precision Horticulture by Sanjay Singh, A. K. Singh and K. Lata 15. Exploitation of Genetic Resources of Vegetable Crops for Precision Farming by K. P. Singh 16. LED Lighting in Horticulture by Mam C. Singh 17. Cultivation of Anthurium Through Precise Technology by S. L. Chawla, A. R. Gaikwad, Alka Singh and L. K. Dashora 18. Organic Farming in India : Challenges and Opportunities by Hari Prakash and Sanjai K. Dwivedi 19. Homa Jaivik Krishi : A Hope for Sustainable Horticulture â" Mardiâs Approach by R. K. Pathak 20. Plant Bio-Enhancers : Potential and Affordable Source for Fertigation by R. K. Pathak 21. DRIS Norms for Precision Farming in Horticultural Crops by B. D. Sharma 22. New Dimensions in Post-harvest Handling, Processing and Value Addition of Horticultural Produce by D. S. Khurdiya 23. Post Harvest Handling and Processing of Mandarin â" Prospects and Constraints by S. K. Jain, L. K. Dashora a Printed Pages: 382. Seller Inventory # 68617

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K L Chadha; B S Ahloowalia; K V Prasad and S K Singh

Published by Horticultural Society of India, New Delhi (2005)

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About this Item: Horticultural Society of India, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I I. Genetic resources and crop improvement 1. Mutation assisted breeding for productivity and quality improvement of horticultural crops/B.S. Ahloowalia. 2. Collection conservation and utilization of indigenous horticultural crops germplasm/B.S. Dhillon J.C. Rana and A.K. Singh. 3. Exploitation of native tropical and subtropical fruit species diversity Asian perspective/V. Ramanatha Rao Bhag Mal and Zhang Zongwen. 4. Introduction and exploitation of Musa Germplasm for invigorating Indian Banana Industry/A.B. Molina S. Sathiamoorthy and I. Van Den Bergh. 5. Vegetable germplasm diversity in Asia and its use in India/A.K. Singh and Chitra Pandey. 6. Exploitation of heterosis in vegetables for improving productivity and quality/K.V. Peter T.E. George and T.R. Gopalakrishnan. 7. Development of tuber crop varieties for high productivity and quality/K. Abraham S.K. Naskar C.S. Easwari Amma M.T. Sreekumari and B. Vimala. 8. Achievements in spice crop improvement and future strategies/V.A. Parthasarathy K.V. Saji and B. Sasikumar. 9. Development of promising genotypes of medicinal and aromatic plants for global placement/S.P.S. Khanuja A. Kalra and R.K. Lal. 10. Molecular characterization of germplasm for improving productivity and quality of horticultural crops/J.L. Karihaloo and K.V. Bhat. 11. Search for novel genes for use in plant molecular biology with special reference to horticultural crops/Lalitha Anand. 12. Genetic engineering for pest and disease resistance in horticultural crops/Akella Vani. II. Planting Material 1. Advances in micro propagation technology for commercial exploitation in horticultural crops/Renu Swarup. 2. Production of superior quality disease free planting material/Vibha Dhawan and Sanjay Saxena. 3. Strategies for ensuring freedom from disease in micropropagated plants/Y.S. Ahlawat V.K. Baranwal and D.R. Das. 4. Production of disease free planting material in citrus present status and future strategies/H. Ravishankar. 5. Rootstocks and interstocks for Pome and stone fruits in India present status and future opportunities/A.A. Sofi. 6. Recent innovations in hybrid seed production in vegetables/O.P. Dutta. 7. Quality vegetable seedling production/B.S. Prabhakara. 8. Achieving self sufficiency in quality seed production in root and tuber crops with special reference to Potato/P.S. Naik. 9. Production of disease free planting material in tuber crops national strategies/S. Edison C.S. Ravindran R.S. Misra M. Unnikrishnan and James George. 10. Production of quality planting material of oil plam in India/M. Kochu Babu R.S.N. Pillai and P. Murugesan. III. Improved production technologies 1. Improving productivity and quality of fruit crops through orchard management/B.S. Chundawat. 2. Use of plasticulture in horticulture/M.L. Choudhary and R.K. Shukla. 3. High density planting in horticultural crops/B.M.C. Reddy. 4. Strategies for Canopy management in tree fruit crops/R.P. Awasthi and Kuldeep Mehta. 5. Efficient Canopy Management strategies in horticultural vine crops/G.S. Prakash. 6. Rejuvenation of Senile horticultural plantations for improved productivity and quality/R.K. Pathak. 7. Strategies for regulation of flowering in fruit crops/Y.N. Reddy. 8. Innovations in structure and designs for greenhouse cultivation of horticultural crops in different agro ecological regions/Pitam Chandra. 9. Cropping systems in horticultural crops/V.S. Korikanthimath. 10. Productivity in temperate fruits with special reference to apple under changing climatic scenario a case analysis/K.K. Jindal and M.S. Mankotia. 11. Harnessing bamboo the green gold/Jose C. Samuel. V. Input management 1. Leaf analysis for nutrient diagnosis and recommendations in fruit crops/B.S. Bhargava and A.K. Srivastava. 2. Efficient water management strategies in horticultural crops/H.P. Singh. 3. Micro irrigation in horticultural crops achievements and future strategies/S.S. Magar. 4. Fertigation in horticultural crops/K. Srinivas. 5. Use of. Seller Inventory # 61565

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K.K. Srivastava

Published by International Book Distributing Co (2007)

ISBN 10: 8181891708 ISBN 13: 9788181891709

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