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1989
Department of Plantation Crops and Spices, College of Horticulture, Vellanikkara

Experiments were conducted at the College of Horticulture on nutritional aspects of clove, to study the nutrient deficiency symptoms as well as the distribution pattern of nutrients in starved clove plants. The deficiency symptoms were induced in clove seedlings in sand culture. The distribution pattern of P, S (anions) and Ca (cation) were studied in the nutrient-...

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1996
Kerala Agricultural University

Different in vitro pollination techniques viz., stigmatic, srylar, intra-ovarian, placenta!, modified placental pollination and test-tube fertilization were tried in ginger flowers. The pollen grains suspended in ME, medium were used for pollination. The pollinated pistil or its part was cultured in the medium of 1/2 MS + NAA 0.5 mg 1' + BAP 2.5 mg 1 ' + coconut...

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2001
Kerala Agricultural University, Vellanikara

Holostemma ada-kodien, commonly known as adapathiyan is a laticeferous climber belonging to the family Asclepiadaceae. The root tubers of the plant are useful to cure various ailments of eye and many other human diseases. Due to the indiscriminate collection of root tubers, the plant population in the natural habitats has declined drastically and consequently it ha...

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1984
Kerala Agricultural University

Studies were conducted on vegetative propagation of jack. Grafting, budding and layering were tried. Approach grafting was found successful. All other methods of grafting, budding and layering on bearing tree gave negative results. Layering on one year old seedlings gave very good results. Best results were obtained with ring layering done within 10 cm from bot...

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1981
Kerala Agricultural University

Studies on fruit set, development and fruit drop in nutmeg (Myristica fragrans Houtt.) conducted in Kerala, India have indicated that the fruit set was only 33.7 per cent while the post-set fruit drop was 74.4 per cent. The ultimate harvested yield accounted to only about 8.2 percent of the total flower production. Therefore, the best method to increase fruit produ...

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1979
Department of Plantations Crops, College of Horticulture, Vellanikkara

The present investigations were carried out in the College of Horticulture, Kerala Agricultural University during the year 1978-’79. The object was to study the pattern of growth and flowering, floral biology, fruit set, fruit drop and fruit development in nutmeg. The studies were conducted on male and female trees of about 17 years old receiving cultural practices...

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