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Importance Of Horticulture Crops

Importance Of Horticulture Crops

IMPORTANCE OF HORTICULTURE CROPS The importance of horticulture crops can be enunciated by studying the following points; 1. Horticulture crops contributes to the national income :(Importance Of Horticulture Crops) The main contribution of horticulture crops is to increase the national income. It also increases foreign exchange earning achieved through the …

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Branches of Horticulture

Branches of Horticulture

(Branches of Horticulture)The word Horticulture is derived from the Latin word Hortus meaning enclosure (garden) and culture meaning cultivation. Thus, Horticulture means culture or cultivation of garden crops. Enclosed places were used to grow fruit, vegetables, flowers and ornamental plants. Therefore, in the original sense, “Horticulture refers to cultivation of …

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Horticulture Scenario 2017-018 For Agriculture Competitive Exams IBPS,NABARD,IRMA,JRF,ARS,SRF

Horticulture Scenario 2017-018 For Agriculture Competitive Exams Horticulture Scenario 2017-018 Is Very Important For The Student Who Is Preparing For Agriculture Competitive Exams So Read This And And Support Agrilearner Area Under Horticulture Crops, 2016-17 was – 24.85 Mha Production of Horticulture crops, 2016-17 was- 300.6 MT Productivity of Horticulture crops, 2016-17 …

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All About Horticulture

Horticulture

HORTICULTURE The term Horticulture is derived from the Latin words: “hortus” meaning garden and “cultura” meaning cultivation. Horticulture may be defined as the science and technique of production, processing and merchandizing of fruits, vegetables, flowers, spices, plantations, medicinal and aromatic plants. Branches of Horticulture     The following are the branches …

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Tropical And Sub-Tropical Fruits

Tropical and subtropical fruits, in contrast with temperate fruits, can be broadly defined as those meeting all of the following criteria: crops that have their origin and commercial growing areas (when such exist) in the tropics or subtropics, plants that are evergreen and perennial, crops with a limited degree of …

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