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Horticultural crops are considered a viable diversification proposition for the traditional foodgrain crops owing to their higher per unit returns. The indigenous low cost methods for storage of horticultural crops and foodgrains are designed to check microbial, enzymatic and oxidative spoilage in the stored/preserved materials. These produces can be stored safely up to a few months without excessive spoilage.
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Viticulture in India is unique as it can be practised in almost all the climatic conditions ranging from tropical to temperate. Research work on grape was initiated with collection of germplasm, bredding of new genotypes, use of growth regulators, standardization of agro-techniques (including training, pruning, rootstcoks, water and nutrient requirements, etc.) and post harvest technology. New cultivation practices life the use of salt tolerant rootstocks, drip irrigation, etc., are being popularized. the use of rootstocks coupled with proper pruning technique has shoen enormous promise.


Grape Cultivation in Non-traditional Areas
Grape Cultivation in Non-traditional Areas
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