Rejuvenation in Fruit Trees: Tropical Subtropical

by Rajesh Kumar
ISBN: 9789385516436 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 244 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2016
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 21.8 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA
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The book entitled ‘Rejuvenation in Fruit Trees (Tropical and Subtropical)’ is up-to-date and informative, publication, covering all vital aspects on rejuvenation technology in perennial fruit trees.

The book is full-fledged and updated publication on rejuvenation technology. By going through the book one can adopt this technology in all high-value fruit crops of woody perennial nature of tropical and subtropical groups.

The concept of rejuvenation, present trend and constraints, its need, adoption level and successful implementation with proper package of cultural practices and management strategies, have been discussed in details in the book. All efforts have been made to increase production, productivity and profitability of fruit crops at a sustainable basis.

The requisite information and need-based requirements have also been brought within purview in addition to critical perspective that foster a better understanding of its R&D issues. This book will be of immense utility to students of Agriculture/Horticulture, at B.Sc, M.Sc. and Ph.D. levels, academic experts, researchers, scientists, administrators, policy-makers, farmers, exporters, entrepreneurs and other stakeholders in fruit production enterprise.

Rajesh Kumar: Principal Scientist, ICAR- National Research Centre on Litchi, Mushahari, P.O. Ramna, Muzaffarpur- 842 002, Bihar, India

1. Introduction 2. Present Status and Production Constraints 3. Cause of Un-productiveness and Decline 4. Need of Rejuvenation 5. Physiology and Mechanism of Rejuvenation 6. Technique of Rejuvenation 7. Aonla 8. Bael 9. Ber 10. Cashewnut 11. Citrus 12. Guava 13. Jackfruit 14. Litchi 15. Mango 16. Pomegranate 17. Sapota