Posts Tagged ‘ Horticulture Crops ’

Horticulture Crops [Part 3]

July 24, 2012
By Krishiworld
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ARIETIES. The number of varieties is very large. Each variety has its own peculiar taste, flavour and consistently of pulp. Some of the important commercial varieties grown in different regions are : ‘Bombay yellow’, ‘Alphonso’, ‘Gopal Bhog’, ‘Zafran’ (all early), ‘Langra’, ‘Desheri’, ‘Safeda Lucknow’, ‘Safeda Malihabad’, ‘Fajrizafrani’ (all mid-late). ‘Fajri’, ‘Same Bihisht’, ‘Chausa’, ‘Taimura’...

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Horticulture Crops [Part 2]

July 19, 2012
By Krishiworld
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AFTER-CARE. The removal of suckers, dry leaves and pseudostems, from which the fruits have been harvested, constitute the main after-care. Daughter-suckers should be removed promptly until the mother-plant flowers, when one daughter-sucker may be allowed to take its place. The removal of dry leaves and useless pseudostems requires to be done in time. After...

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Horticulture Crops [Part 1]

July 17, 2012
By Krishiworld
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TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS Banana. Banana (Musa paradisiaca L.) occupies over 1,64,000 hectares, mainly in Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Kerala, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Assam, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar. Though some inferior types of banana are found growing as far north as the Himalayas, its commercial importance is mainly limited to the more tropical conditions,...

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FRUIT CROPS – TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS

May 12, 2012
By Krishiworld
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(A) TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS Banana. Banana (Musa paradisiaca L.) occupies over 1,64,000 hectares, mainly in Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Kerala, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Assam, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar. Though some inferior types of banana are found growing as far north as the Himalayas, its commercial importance is mainly limited to the more tropical conditions,...

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