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- भाकृअनुप - भारतीय मक्का अनुसंधान संस्थान
- Bajaura Panchayat, Dobhi Block, Gaya District, Bihar
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- The Economy of District Kullu – Himachal Pradesh
- Shimla: Apples grown in cold a success in tropics too
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- Rural institutions, social networks, and self-organized adaptation to climate change
Enterprising people in tropical Karnataka are experimenting in growing apples, mostly cultivated in the cold regions of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir.
Horticulture scientist Chiranjit Parmar from Mandi town in Himachal Pradesh, who is the brain behind the success of this temperate fruit in the tropics, has been providing technical know-how to growers in Karnataka. The plantation is in the experimentation stage and its commercial cultivation is yet to take root.
Parmar said it could be done in other tropical areas like Kerala and Tamil Nadu where there is virtually no winter season and it would revolutionise India's apple cultivation. The apple plantation in Karnataka has started bearing fruit in less than two years. The first apple saplings were planted inNow more than 6, saplings have been planted across Karnataka, mainly in Coorg, Tumkur, Chikmanglur and Shimoga areas. All of them were supplied from the horticulture university nursery at Bajaura in Kullu.
Parmar, a former horticulture expert of the Solan-based Y. Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, who experimented after seeing the successful plantation of apples in tropical Indonesia, attributed the reason for the speedy growth of apple saplings in Karnataka to the absence of the dormant phase there. In Karnataka, there is no winter and there is no dormancy stage. A plant continues to grow throughout the year and matures in a shorter duration," he said. According to him, a year-and-a-half-old apple plant in Karnataka can start bearing flowers.
In the next seven-eight weeks, the fruits will be ready for harvesting. Parmar said that for growing apples at any place in the tropics, the minimum temperature should not fall below 12 degrees Celsius during any part of the year and the maximum should remain below 40 degrees. The absence of winter helps growers get two crops a year unlike the hill states where there is one crop, he said.
On planting new saplings in tropical areas, Parmar said the saplings could be procured only from apple-growing belts in the hills after dormancy was over. And these should be replanted in less than two days.
But apples grown in tropical conditions have a shorter shelf life compared to those grown in temperate areas. Apples grown in Karnataka have a time period of days, whereas those from the hills have a time period up to a month. Parmar said that in Indonesia, where apple yield per hectare was 65 tonnes, 10 times more than Himachal Pradesh, the farmers have developed a technique that changes natural biology of the plant.
They physically remove the leaves after the harvest. This helps the plant bloom again after two months and the next crop is ready after four months -- which means two crops a year. Parmar said K. Nagananda in Bengaluru has grown apples in pots in his roof garden.
Likewise, Janardhan at Tarikedi near Chikmanglur has planted apples along with areca nut. Calistha D'Silva from Abburkatte in Coorg, who planted apple trees, informed him that the fruits tasted natural. Share Via. The success has encouraged more and more people to opt for apple cultivation. Get our Daily News Capsule Subscribe. Thank you for subscribing to our Daily News Capsule newsletter.
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We Specialise in producing variety of processed products. Our Fruit processing and other facilities. The mandate of this organization was to provide post-harvest facilities to the fruit growers of the state and to help them to get best returns for their produce from the market. HPMC was established with the objective of marketing of fresh fruits and processing of all types of surplus fruits.It has developed the most modern system of marketing in the country. This has helped farmers avail technology to meet the international market requirements. Our Products We Specialise in producing variety of processed products.
The optimum harvest maturity under Bajaura conditions of Himachal Pradesh was and Plant-Environment Interactions of Horticultural Crops in Field Systems.
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The sale will be strictly conducted on first-come-first serve basis at the university campus. To facilitate the smooth sale and reduce inconvenience to the farmers during the annual sale university and the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kandaghat will be holding a two-phased sale process. In the first phase starting on January 2, the university and KVK Kandaghat will hold booking of planting material. The booking will be done at the Seminar Hall of Directorate of Extension Education at the University campus at Nauni from 10 am onwards. The plants will be distributed to the farmers on 3rd and 4th JanuaryA similar process will be followed at KVK Kandaghat. He added that scientists of the university will also be present during the booking and farmers can also seek their expert advice on various farming issue. In the second phase, the booking and sale of remaining plants will be organized from 6th January onwards.
Bajaura Panchayat, Dobhi Block, Gaya District, Bihar
A non-pathogenic agrocin-producing native isolate of Agrobacterium tumefaciens strain UHFBA was tested as a biological control agent against the peach crown gall. This strain was compatible with all the recommended pesticides used in stone fruits in the integrated pest management IPM module, except for copper oxychloride, which was detrimental to its growth. Upon artificial co-inoculation of 4-wk-old plants of tomato var. Solan Gola with A.
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The Economy of District Kullu – Himachal Pradesh
The crop progressed well but because of stiff market competition, mainly from export varieties, the venture did not prove so lucrative. Pomegranate has been a huge hit. The fruit not only got unexpected response from the farming community but also found an excellent market within the state and outside," say Daljeet,. Explains Director, state's horticulture department, Gurdev Singh, "In fact, the belt where pomegranates are grown received very less rains during the monsoon. The fruit, however, grew well, without being affected by the scanty rains. Its water requirement is met through drip irrigation.
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Shimla: Apples grown in cold a success in tropics too
Fruit plant nutrition consultancy service proving boon for horticulturists. Fruit plant nutrition consultancy service being implemented in the State proved beneficial to the fruit growers. Through this consultancy service, the growers are getting exact position of essential nutrients in their farms and accordingly helpful to determine balanced volume of fertilizer.
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It has inbuilt provision for putting frames inside the mud hive and more favorable conditions, especially temperature for bees throughout the year as compared to wooden hives. Farmers have improved pollination by adopting mud hive beekeeping technology which has enhanced apple production resulting in an increase in the income of apple growers 1. Mandi H. A total of 45 farmers were involved, and 80 mud hives fabricated by trained farmers were put in their apple orchards, covering a total of 20 hectares in 6 villages.
The KVKs aim at increasing the productivity on a sustainable basis and creating opportunities for greater economic activities in agriculture and allied sectors.
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