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Diseases of Horticultural Crops and Their Management

By: GP Jagtap(Author), DN Dhutraj(Author), Utpal Dey(Author)
218 pages, 17 colour photos
Publisher: Agrobios
Diseases of Horticultural Crops and Their Management
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About this book

This comprehensive book on diseases of horticultural crops and their management is the result of experience gained from teaching plant pathology, and encouragement received from the university and faculty members. Diseases of various horticultural crops and their various options for management are presented in a readable and student-friendly form.

Contents

1. Introduction
2. Citrus
3. Mango
4. Banana
5. Grapevine (Hoplia callipyge)
6. Pomegranate
7. Papaya
8. Guava
9. Sapota
10. Strawberry
11. Apple (Malus communis)
12. Ber
13. Jackfruit
14. Chilli
15. Eggplant
16. Okra/bhendi/Ladies finger
17. Crucifers
18. Cucurbits
19. Potato
20. Tomato
21. Bean

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By: GP Jagtap(Author), DN Dhutraj(Author), Utpal Dey(Author)
218 pages, 17 colour photos
Publisher: Agrobios
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