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The influence of flowering phases on nut yield was carried out on fourteen cashewnut clones, at CRS, Bapatla. The different clones were grouped into three main groups viz., 1. Clones having two phases 2. Clones having three phases and 3. Clones having four phases. Each of these groups were divided into two subgroups depending on the sequence of male and mixed phases. Clones like M 44-3, M 15-4 ...

SUBJECT: clones; floraison; clone; rendement des cultures; floracion

POSTED TO: Journal of Plantation Crops (India). [0304-5242]

Blister blight caused by the fungus Exobasidium vexans Massee is a major problem in tea plantations. The new flush-two leaf and a bud, produced by bushes recovering from pruning are the worst affected. Since the tender leaves are used for tea manufacture, it would be difficult to segregate the diseased leaves from the healthy ones. Tea prepared from blistered leaves has been reported to be wea ...

SUBJECT: flavonoides; camellia sinensis; exobasidium; blight; flavonoide

POSTED TO: Journal of Plantation Crops (India). [0304-5242]

Line x tester analysis involving 40 females and 3 males from diverse origin revealed that both additive and nonadditive gene actions were important in controlling most of the characters studied. However, additive gene action was predominant. Variety Varuna, among the male parents, was the best general combiner for seed yield, oil content and most other important traits. Among the female parent ...

SUBJECT: vigueur hybride; brassica juncea; combining ability; aptitud combinatoria; vigor hibrido

POSTED TO: The Indian Journal of Genetics & Plant Breeding (India). [0019-5200]

The red palm weevil, Rhynchophorus ferrugineus Oliv, is the most serious pest of date palm in the Arabian Peninsula. As the control of the pest was not effective with any single control method, an integrated management system was developed and implemented in the most seriously affected A1 Qatif region of Saudi Arabia. The methods of control included the survey of all the cultivated gardens in ...

SUBJECT: saudi arabia; arabia saudita; arabie saoudite; control de plagas; phoenix dactylifera

POSTED TO: Journal of Plantation Crops (India). [0304-5242]

Investigations were undertaken to study the effect of different doses of boron on yield and quality of tea at Tocklai Experimental Station, Tea Research Association, Jorhat during 1994 to 1996. Foliar application of boron using boric acid (17.5% B) as a source @ of 1.0 kg B/ha/yr at 0.25% concentration in 3-4 sprays during early and late season increased yield significantly. On an average 12 p ...

SUBJECT: boro; rendement des cultures; camellia sinensis; qualite; boron

POSTED TO: Journal of Plantation Crops (India). [0304-5242]

Journal Article

Journal article

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Indian Society of Hill Agriculture

SUBJECT: systeme de culture; sistemas de cultivo; inde; cropping systems; india

POSTED TO: Journal of Plantation Crops (India). [0304-5242]

Journal Article

Journal article

From:
Indian Society of Hill Agriculture

SUBJECT: insectos daninos de la raiz; stem eating insects; prise alimentaire (homme); root eating insects; insecte depredateur des tiges

POSTED TO: Journal of Plantation Crops (India). [0304-5242]

A local variety, Japan Violet, treated with aqueous solution of EMS (0.75% - 12 h) after presoaking in 0.01% vitamin C solution for 12h produced a monogenic recessive tall mutant in M2 the inheritance of which was confirmed in M3 and in the progenies of the cross Japan Violet x tall mutant. The feasibility of utilizing the tall mutant in hybrid rice breeding programme is discussed.

SUBJECT: genes recesivos; oryza sativa; altura; mutants; gene recessif

POSTED TO: Indian Journal of Genetics & Plant Breeding (India). [0019-5200]

Journal Article

Journal article

From:
Indian Society of Hill Agriculture

SUBJECT: esterasas; isoenzimas; esterases; isoenzymes; regeneration

POSTED TO: Journal of Plantation Crops (India). [0304-5242]

Journal Article

Journal article

From:
Indian Society of Hill Agriculture

SUBJECT: lathyrus sativus; varieties; tamano de la semilla; variation genetique; variedades

POSTED TO: Indian Journal of Genetics & Plant Breeding (India). [0019-5200]