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Technologies

Sl.No. Technologies
151 SACHET TECHNIQUE FOR THE SMALL-SCALE ACCLIMATIZATION OF MICROPROPAGATED PLANTS
152 COMBINED IN VITRO AND IN VIVO APPROACHES FOR THE RAPID CLONAL PROPAGATION OF GRAPES
153 MICROPROPAGATION OF POINTED GOURD
154 MICROPROPAGATION OF ORCHIDS
155 Seed production techniques for brinjal
156 HYBRID EMBRYO RESCUE IN FRUIT & VEGETABLE CROPS
157 CHITINASE GENE CONSTRUCT
158 DIAGNOSTICS FOR THE DETECTION OF COVERT AND ENDOPHYTIC BACTERIA IN TISSUE CULTURES
159 MICROPROPAGATION OF GERBERA
160 Seed production techniques for tomato
161 MICROPROPAGATION OF ORCHID DENDROBIUM CV QUEEN SONIA
162 SACHET TECHNIQUE FOR THE ACCLIMATIZATION OF MICROPROPAGATED PLANTS
163 Seed production techniques for capsicum
164 MICROPROPAGATION TECHNIQUE FOR CHRYSANTHEMUM
165 MUSHROOM SPAWN PRODUCTION MACHINERY
166 MACHINERY FOR PROCESSING AND EXPORT
167 MACHINERY FOR PICKLE MAKING
168 Biological control of Mango inflorescence hoppers Idioscopus spp
169 MACHINERY FOR HARVESTING FRUITS
170 Cultivation Technology of Oyster Mushroom
171 MACHINERY FOR VEGETABLE SEED SOWING AND TRANSPLANTING OF SEEDLINGS
172 Mango wash
173 Production techniques of pineapple
174 Production techniques of Papaya
175 Production techniques of Mango
176 Production techniques of Grapes
177 Cultivation Technology of Shiitake Mushroom (Lentinula edodes)
178 MACHINERY FOR NURSERY OF VEGETABLE AND FRUIT CROP
179 High density planting in Banana
180 HORTICULTURAL MACHINERIES DEVELOPED AT INDIAN INSTITUTE OF HORTICULTURAL RESEARCH
181 Cultivation Technology of Reishi Mushroom
182 ‘Brown Turkey’ was found to be a vigorous rootstock for propagation of several fig cultivars.
183 Low trellis training recommended for Thompson seedless grapes for mild tropics.
184 Pruning the trees at 5 m height followed by application of 800 g N + 300 g P2O5 + 1000 g K2O + 50 kg FYM + 4 g paclobutrazol / tree recommended as rejuvenation package for old and unproductive Alphonso mango trees.
185 Nucellar seedlings of ‘Vellaikulumban’ and ‘Olour’ varieties are identified as potential rootstocks for intensive cultivation of ‘Alphonso’ mango.
186 Major nutrient requirements for rainfed Totapuri mango worked out.
187 Integrated water and nutrient management technology for banana, grapes, mango, acid lime and sapota, based on the growth stages of the crop as well as its nutrient needs finalized.
188 Tatura trellis recommended for maximizing fruit yield in Kavery passion fruit.
189 Pre-pruning spray of 3% thiourea, a day before pruning half of shoots of the tree to six secondaries and the rest to previous season’s growth is recommended for ber.
190 A pre-harvest spray of 1.25 ml lit-1 Combine + 25 ppm GA sprayed at 30 days after last hand emergence increased the finger size, yield and quality of Ney Poovan fruits.
191 Annual application of paclobutrazol (0.25 g a.i / tree / year of age) as soil drench during September-October found suitable.
192 Major nutrient requirements of Alphonso mango under rainfed conditions worked out.
193 Halting of canes to 4th and 5th node and developing single sub-cane per cane recommended for obtaining good quality bunch and fruit attributes in Flame Seedless and Sharad Seedless respectively.
194 Fertigation schedules to increase the fertilizer use efficiency by 20-25% in banana, grapes, pomegranate and mango were developed.
195 Fertilizer dose of 900g N + 600g P2O5 + 600 g K2O / tree / year recommended for Sardar guava.
196 Cultivation Technology of Milky Mushroom
197 Fertilizer doses for Thompson Seedless and Anab-e-Shahi grapes (300:300:800 and 500:219:830 kg/ha/year), their split application and their appropriate placement were recommended.
198 Application of 25 ppm GA and 10 ppm 6 BA as post bloom dipping at 4mm berry stage and GA 25 ppm alone at 8 mm berry stage for attaining desired berry size and quality in seedless grape varieties evolved.
199 For Robusta banana, N and K2O at 200 g each/plant were found best for the main crop. For the first ratoon crop, N at 100 g and K2O at 200 g/plant and for the second ratoon crop both these nutrients at 50 g each/plant are advocated.
200 High Plant density of 4400 plants (1.5 x 1.5 m spacing) giving fruit yields of 120 and 100 t / ha respectively was advocated for cvs. Robusta and Dwarf Cavendish. For cv. Ney poovan, a plant population of 5120 plants / ha (1.5 x 1.5 m triangle planting)