Horticulture is gaining importance as it gives more return per unit area and, also gives nutritious food to human being thereby improves quality of life, and enhances the aesthetic beauty in nature.
Considering the recent trends in, exams, all these examination are mostly based on objective type questions and students always look for study material that is ready to use and easy to grasp. Keeping in view, each topic is briefly explained in point wise so that students can easily grasp the concepts and the emphasis is given to the most important topic. All the chapters in the book had been properly covered according to their families and relative importance. The author have referred self-prepared
notes and most popular books like Handbook of horticulture.
Nilesh Sharma, Assistant Professor, Department of Horticulture,, Mandsaur University,
Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh
Section ‘A’ Fundamentals of Horticulture,
Section ‘B’ Fruit and Plantation Crops,
Section ‘D’ Medicinal and Aromatic Crops
Section ‘E’ Floriculture and Landscap Gardening
Section ‘F’ Post-harvest Management and Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetables,
Section ‘G’ ICAR Institutes and Research Centres