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Importance and scope of fruit and plantation crop industry in India; High density planting; Use of rootstocks; Production technologies for the cultivation of major fruits-mango, banana, citrus, grape, guava, litchi, papaya, apple, pear, peach and; minor fruits- pineapple, pomegranate, jackfruit, strawberry, nut crops; plantation crops-coconut, arecanut, cashew, tea, coffee & rubber.
Seed propagation.Scarification and stratification of seeds.Propagation methods for fruit and plantation crops including Micro-propagation.Description and identification of fruit.Preparation of plant bio regulators and their uses, Pests, diseases and physiological disorders of above fruit and plantation crops, Visit to commercial orchard.
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Study and identification of different fruits and plantation crops
Identification of different physiological disorders, diseases and pests of fruit crops and use of bio-regulators
Mr. Chinmaya Jena, is working as Assistant Professor in Horticulture in M S Swaminathan School 0f Agtriculture, CUTM, Paralakhemundi with specialization in Fruit Science and Horticultural Technology with more than 2 years of teaching and practical field experience. He has engaged with different training program both in Odisha and AP. He has published number of […]