Temperate Vegetables

authored by: Dipika Sahoo & Bhimasen Naik
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ISBN: 9788119002566 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 390 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2023
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 24 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 675 GMS
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Keywords

Cool-Season Vegetables, Frost-Tolerant Crops, Moderate Climate Produce, Chilled Zone Harvest, Subtropical Greens, Cold-Adapted Vegetables, Temperate Zone Edibles, Mild Weather Harvest, Four-Season Vegetables, Non-Tropical Crops, Cold-Resistant Veggies, Subpolar Produce, Chilling Climate Greens, Northern Hemisphere Vegetables, Autumnal Harvest, Winter Vegetables, Springtime Crops, Cool Weather Edibles, Freezing Zone Veggies, Cold-Grown Greens, Moderate Climate Harvest, Frost-Enduring Vegetables, Perennial Chilling Crops, Hardiness Zone Greens, Icy Region Produce

This book is divided into two main sections: Part-I, which focuses on General Considerations, and Part-II, which covers Production Technology.
Part-I comprises a chapter that provides an overview of the subject matter, while Part-II is divided into six sections, each of which covers the production technology of 21 temperate vegetables, including cole crops, bulb crops, root crops, fabaceous vegetables, leafy vegetables, and perennial vegetables.
Each crop is detailed in terms of cultivar selection, climate and soil requirements, sowing time and rate, field preparation and planting, spacing, nutrient management, water and weed management, use of chemicals and growth regulators, intercultural practices, crop protection, harvesting, yield, and post-harvest handling and marketing.
The book is written in a clear and concise style, making it accessible to beginners in the field.
It is also accompanied by tables and photographs, and questions are included at the end of each chapter for outcomes assessment purposes.
Overall, this book is an invaluable resource for students, field personnel, and anyone interested in forest nursery activities.

Part I: General Considerations: 1. Temperate Vegetables: An Overview Part II: Production Technology, Section I: Cole Crops, 2. Production Technology of Cabbage, 3.     Production Technology of Cauliflower, 4. Production Technology of Knol Khol,  5. Production Technology of Sprouting Broccoli,  6. Production Technology of Brussels Sprout, 7. Production Technology of Chinese Cabbage,Section II: Bulb Crops, 8. Production Technology of Onion,  9. Production Technology of Garlic, 10. Production Technology of Leek, Section III: Root Crops,11. Production Technology of Radish ,12.  Production Technology of Carrot, 13. Production Technology of Beet Root,14. Production Technology of Turnip, Section IV: Fabaceous Vegetables, 15. Production Technology of Pea, 16. Production Technology of Broad Bean,Section V: Leafy Vegetables,17. Production Technology of Lettuce ,18. Production Technology of Palak, 19. Production Technology of Spinach, Section VI: Perennial Vegetables, 20. Production Technology of Asparagus, 21. Production  Technology of Globe Artichoke, 22. Production Technology of Rhubarb Bibliography

 
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