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J.V. Krishna Rao,R.K. Goel

Published by APH Publishing Corporation (2004)

ISBN 10: 817648749X ISBN 13: 9788176487498

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Oak tasar culture is of recent origin in India as compared with other wild silkworms like tasar, which are closely woven in social and Cultural fabric of tribal community since prehistoric time. Its production over the years remained meagre due to various technical, management and Environmental factors. Notwithstanding the constraints in its production process, it has been established that oak tasar culture has great potential for its commercialization in light of vast floral wealth, abundance of Human Resources and salubrious Climatic conditions prevailing in the oak tasar belt. With the recent breakthrough in Silkworm rearing and Silk reeling Technologies and tremendous success obtained in implementation of Oak Tasar Development Project in Uttaranchal under UNDP assisted sub-programme on non-mulberry silks, CSB has given a new thrust to oak tasar industry for its overall development during X Plan. To accelerate the pace of development, it is required that recent relevant technologies are brought out in a systematic and documented form. It is in this Context that this book "Oak Tasar Culture - Aboriginal of Himalayas" is presented for Education and practical guidance of the extension workers and staff of Government Departments and Non-Governmental Organizations, who will assimilate the required information and transminate it to the grass root level, thereby facilitating the process of Technology transfer and Adoption in the field. Though there are many Research and technological gaps existing in Indian Oak Tasar industry, yet efforts have been made to present comprehensive available field-oriented technologies having bearing on successful cocoon harvest and yarn production. The entire presentation of the book is based on the contributions of several scholars and every effort has been made to bring a understandable body of Knowledge before the readers. It is hoped that all the concerned will find this book interesting and useful. Printed Pages: 260. Seller Inventory # 36326

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R K Goel and J V Krishna Rao

Published by APH, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 817648749X ISBN 13: 9788176487498

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Food plants of oak tasar silkworm. 3. Oak propagation. 4. Disease and pest management in oak. 5. Biology of oak tasar silkworm. 6. Silkworm rearing and ethology. 7. Silkworm seed technology. 8. Silkworm rearing technology. 9. Silk reeling and spinning. Appendices. Index. Oak tasar culture is of recent origin in India as compared with other wild silkworms like tasar which are closely woven in social and cultural fabric of tribal community since prehistoric time. Its production over the years remained meagre due to various technical management and environmental factors. Notwithstanding the constraints in its production process it has been established that oak tasar culture has great potential for its commercialization in light of vast floral wealth abundance of human resources and salubrious climatic conditions prevailing in the oak tasar belt. With the recent breakthrough in silkworm rearing and silk reeling technologies and tremendous success obtained in implementation of Oak Tasar Development Project in Uttaranchal under UNDP assisted sub programme on non mulberry silks CSB has given a new thrust to oak tasar industry for its overall development during X Plan. To accelerate the pace of development it is required that recent relevant technologies are brought out in a systematic and documented form. It is in this context that this book Oak Tasar Culture Aboriginal of Himalayas is presented for education and practical guidance of the extension workers and staff of government departments and non governmental organizations who will assimilate the required information and transminate it to the grass root level thereby facilitating the process of technology transfer and adoption in the field. Though there are many research and technological gaps existing in Indian oak tasar industry yet efforts have been made to present comprehensive available field oriented technologies having bearing on successful cocoon harvest and yarn production. The entire presentation of the book is based on the contributions of several scholars and every effort has been made to bring a understandable body of knowledge before the readers. It is hoped that all the concerned will find this book interesting and useful. 248 pp. Seller Inventory # 53385

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R. K. Goel; Krishna J.V. Rao

Published by APH Publishing Corporation (2005)

ISBN 10: 817648749X ISBN 13: 9788176487498

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M817648749X

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