cultivation of pomegranate and its uses

BOTANICAL NAME: Punica granatum L
FAMILY: Punicacae
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
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
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...



What is the historical overview of rice?

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    What is the historical overview of rice?

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    Clowse (1971:123) comments that, "most

    of the late eighteenth and nineteenth century

    accounts [of rice cultivation] hardly touch on the

    early trials and issues before driving into a

    talk of tidal society." This unlucky deficiency of

    firsthand information is likely the reason that

    propelled inventors moreover sparkle over the first century

    of rice improvement in South Carolina. An extraordinary

    instance of this issue is David Doar's (1936)

    Rice and Rice Planting in the South Carolina Low

    Country – a blessed book for which we have no usage since

    Doar restricted himself to the loftiness of tidal

    rice advancement, dismissing inland improvement

    with basically no thought. Yet tidal advancement

    addresses the flawlessness of sociotechnological

    progression and must be

    seen in the association of the more broad

    developmental course of action of rice creation and


    Various records depict rice as an

    accidental exposure that the greater part of a sudden changed the

    social and monetary parts of the Carolina

    territory (see, for example, Collingson's 1766

    article in Man of honor's Magazine in Merrens

    1977:226-228). Both Powder (1958:i:277) and

    Porcher (1987:1-2) clear up that rice was one of

    the most timely items planted to support the state,

    showing the point by point research by Salley

    (1919). In 1671 a barrel of rice was brought into

    the state, with an exchange barrel sent in 1672,

    maybe for seed. Rice was noted as being

    planted in 1685 and again in 1688. By 1691 the

    Board yielded a patent on an "advanced

    engine to husk rice." In that same year an advance

    viewed, "We are upheld wth severall new

    rich Comodityes as Silck, Cotton, Rice, and

    Indigo, wch are frequently conveyed here." By

    1695/6 it became possible to pay quitrents using

    rice (Cheves 1897:377, 390; Light dark 1958:i:278;

    Clifton 1981:272-273).

    So while we may wish to remember the

    Madagascar rice given to Henry Woodward

    around 1685, rice was all that much a bit of the

    Carolina area for just about two former decades

    that date (Whitten 1982:5). Light dark remarks that,

    "while rice was no ifs ands or buts created in South

    Carolina before 1694, the distinctive records point

    to 1694 as an enormous date in all probability in light of the way that

    mixtures of unrivaled quality were exhibited

    which were better acclimated to the physical

    conditions of the Area than were the blended packs

    momentarily prior used" (Light dark 1958:i:278). There

    is, regardless, general comprehension that this early

    rice was, by, "gotten to be as an

    upland yield in the savannah arrives that bound the

    Lowcountry" (Porcher 1987