Physiological Disorders of Horticultural Crops: Causes and Management

authored by: Pankaj Kumar Ray & Shashank Shekhar Solankey
ISBN: 9789391383121 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 220 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2022
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 20 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 550 GMS
INR 2,195.00 INR 1,976.00
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Physiological disorders in horticultural crops, Crop health management, Plant stress factors, Horticultural diseases, Abiotic stress in crops, Environmental influences on crops, Nutrient deficiency symptoms, Photosynthesis disorders, Water stress in plants, Crop physiology issues, Horticultural crop diseases, Growth abnormalities in crops, Chlorosis in plants, Plant metabolic disorders, Crop yield reduction, Root diseases in horticulture, Plant hormone imbalances, Leaf discoloration in crops, Pest-induced physiological disorders, Crop quality management, Fungal infections in horticulture, Temperature stress in plants, Cellular damage in crops, Drought effects on crops, Integrated crop management

This textbook delivers extensive knowledge about the origins, symptoms, and management of various physiological disorders affecting fruits, vegetables, flowers, spices, condiments, and plantation crops. The book is replete with illustrative images of the symptoms associated with significant horticultural crops, along with appropriate management practices.

The book is organized into six main sections: Section 1: Introduction to physiological disorders and their influence on horticultural crops; Section 2: Key physiological disorders of vegetable crops; Section 3: Major physiological disorders of fruit crops; Section 4: Important physiological disorders of flowers; Section 5: Significant physiological disorders of plantation crops; and Section 6: Major physiological disorders of spices and condiments. Each section offers comprehensive information on the causes, symptoms, and current treatments for major physiological disorders affecting horticultural crops, along with multiple-choice questions and relevant appendices for enhanced comprehension.

This book will serve as a valuable resource for students, researchers, extension workers, farmers, and all others involved in the field of Horticulture.

Section 1: Introduction to physiological disorders and its impact on horticultural crops, Section 2: Major physiological disorders of vegetable crops, Section 3: Major physiological disorders of fruit crops, Section 4: Major physiological disorders of flowers, Section 5: Major physiological disorders of plantation crops, Section 6: Major physiological disorders of spices and condiments

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