Due to small and marginal land holdings and fluctuated nature of rainfall , farmers are unable to get income round the year. In this direction , cultivation of Oyster mushroom as subsidiary agri-based enterprise is the best solution for getting income Mushroom cultivation is highly remunerative enterprise with quick return in a short span of time.
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There is a growing concern by scholars in the field of library and Information science on the way technology is gradually taking over certain jobs performed by librarians and Information professionals. This may be the reason why many of the scholars have submitted that the discipline of librarianship may cease to exist in a couple of years if nothing is done to solve the problem.
The present research work was carried out with a view to standardize the preparation of burfi at Animal Husbandry and Dairy Science Section, College of Agriculture, Nagpur during the year 2014-15 with five (5) treatments viz., T1 (70 parts khoa: 30 parts sugar), T2 (97.5 parts khoa: 2.5 parts stevia), T3 (95 parts khoa: 5 parts stevia), T4 (92.5 parts khoa: 7.5 parts stevia) and T5 (90 parts kh
Many techniques have been studied in order to extend the shelf life of fresh produce (fruits and vegetables), for example, low temperature and high relative humidity, controlled and modified atmosphere packaging/storage, etc. however, each has advantages and disadvantages. The maintenance of the quality of fresh produce is still a major challenge for the food industry.
During present investigations shelf life of Bradyrhizobium was studied by using differentcarriers viz., lignite, glycerol, polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid (EDTA), gum arabica mixed with 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 ml Bradyrhizobium broth combination. The viability count was taken by serial dilution method at 30, 60 and 90 days after inoculation.
An experiment was conducted at College of Agriculture, Nagpur to study the effect of terminal bud nipping and salicylic acid spray on growth and yield of sesame during kharif season of 2016-17.
An experiment was conducted at College of Agriculture, Nagpur during rabi season of 2016-17 on chickpea in spilt plot design with twelve treatment combinations consisting