cultivation of pomegranate and its uses

BOTANICAL NAME: Punica granatum L
FAMILY: Punicacae
LOCAL (VERNACULAR) NAMES:
English: Pomegranate
Sanskrit: Dadima
Hindi: Anar
Tamil: Maadhulai
Malayalam: Matalam
Kanada: Daalimbe


DESCRIPTION: Punica granatum L. is a small deciduous tree with smooth, dark grey bark. The thorns are straight, long, pointed and woody. The leaves are narrow and glossy. The flowers are usually scarlet red (occasionally yellow)...
 

cultivation of curry leaf and its uses

BOTANICAL NAME: Murraya koengii L.
FAMILY: Rutaceae
LOCAL (VERNACULAR) NAMES:
English: Curry leaf
Sanskrit: Surabhi
Hindi: Katnim, Karipatta
Tamil: Karuvempu
Malayalam: Karivepu Kanada: Karibevu


DESCRIPTION: This is an evergreen shrub, up to 6m with spreading dark green foliage. The leaves of the plant are covered with minute glands and are also strongly aromatic. The plant bears clusters of small white fragrant flowers. Fruits...
 

cultivation of hibiscus herb and its uses

BOTANICAL NAME: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L.
FAMILY: Malvaceae
LOCAL (VERNACULAR) NAMES:
English: Hibiscus, shoe-flower, Chinese rose
Sanskrit: Japapuspa
Hindi: Jasund
Tamil: Semparuthi
Malayalam: Ayamparutti
Kanada: Dasavala


DESCRIPTION: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L. is an evergreen shrub that grows up to 30m in ideal conditions. More generally, it is about 2.5m. The leaves are bright green, ovate and coarsely...
 

Greenhouse Farming: Lettuce

Hydroponics ( Name originates from the Greek words hydro, water and ponos, work) is a strategy for developing plants soil .
Physical plants may be developed with their in the mineral supplement arrangement just or in a latent medium, for example, rock, mineral fleece, or coconut husk.

The Four basic lettuces are

1) Leaf Lettuce

The leaf lettuce comes in numerous hues, from emerald green to dim maroon. Surfaces range from adjusted edges to ornaments...
 

Cultivation Techniques for Melia dubia (malabar neem)

Site elements

The trees develop well in sandy topsoil, red and lateritic soils with a yearly precipitation of 800 mm or more.

Seed accumulation, preparing and Nursery procedures

Seed preparing and pretreatments: Reports state extremely poor germination in Melia. Learns at IFGTB uncover germination as high as 60 for every penny with no pretreatments. The drupes ought to be evaluated in water to uproot gliding seeds preceding sowing.

Nursery: Seed...

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Physiological disturbances associated with transport in phase 1

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    What are the Physiological disturbances associated with transport in phase 1?

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    A sub-set of ¢sh (n 5 41) were live analyzed for blood to review related physiological responses at catch, post-transport and in distinctive periods of hold- ing (Fig. 2). Blood glucose centers changed among medicines (ANOVA, F4,3653.37, P50.019). Speci¢cally, the ¢sh that kicked the basin in the midst of post-transport holding (sad) had signi¢cantly higher glucose levels than all diverse solutions (Tukey's, Po0.05). Blood lactate levels were signi¢cantly di¡erent be- tween medications (ANOVA, F4,36 551.55, Po0.001) with lactate levels most foremost for the ¢sh post-transport and for those that kicked the basin in the midst of post-transport holding (hopeless). Blood Na1 qualities changed signi¢cantlyamong medications (ANOVA, F4, 36 5 8.70, Po0.001) with the sad ¢sh having the most lifted sums (Tukey's, Po0.05). Blood K1 levels were signi¢cantly di¡erent among prescriptions (ANOVA, F 515.32, df 5 4,36, Po0.001). Particularly, K1 levels were signi¢cantly higher for the ¢sh post-transport and for those that passed on in the midst of holding than for interchange medications (P'so0.05). Haematocrit qualities contrasted among drugs (ANOVA, F 5 6.24, df 5 4,35, Po0.05). With everything taken into account, haematocrit levels were raised in the catch, post-transport and hopeless ¢sh re- lative to the ¢sh held in tanks or in subst

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