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Shisham and Kikar Mortality in India

S S Gill; S K Chauhan; H N Khajuria and Rajni Chauhan

ISBN 10: 8183210287 / ISBN 13: 9788183210287
Editorial: Agrotech, Udaipur, 2006
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Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Insect pests and diseases of shisham (Dalbergia sissoo Roxb.) an overview/P.S. Shera and H.S. Saralch. 2. Enemies of kikar (Acacia nilotica)/Rajni Chauhan and Vineet Kumar. 3. Insect pests of shisham and kikar and their management/T.D. Verma and Ajay Sharma. 4. Shisham mortality in India/K.R. Solanki. 5. Shisham mortality in India a case study/J.D.S. Negi. 6. Shisham mortality problem a case study in Bihar/H.S. Gupta. 7. Shisham mortality in Bihar extent causes and management/Dayaram and O.P. Chaturvedi. 8. Shisham mortality in Bihar and its management/O.P. Chaturvedi M.S. Ali and D.K. Das. 9. Status of shisham mortality at Jhansi and nearby areas/Anil Kumar and P. Rai. 10. Status of shisham mortality in Haryana/J.C. Kaushik and K.S. Bangarwa. 11. Ganoderma root rot a serious threat to shisham/R.C. Sharma Sanjeev Sharma and J.N. Sharma. 12. An overview of the mycoflora associated with pathological problems of kikar and shisham in Punjab/J.S. Dargan Tapinder Kaur Gill Poonam Verma and Kuldeep Lalji. 13. Mortality of shisham and kikar in Jammu region of J&K state/V.S. Verma and S.K. Gupta. 14. Insect pests associated with kikar and shisham in Punjab/Ajay Sharma T.D. Verma P. Kaushal and Chander Kant. 15. Current status of kikar problems in Bihar/M.S. Ali O.P. Chaturvedi and D.K. Das. 16. Role of climatic conditions on mortality of kikar and shisham in Punjab/P. Kaushal Rakesh Banyal and Chander Kant. 17. Kikar mortality in Haryana/J.C. Kaushik and K.S. Bangarwa. 18. Emerging insect pest problems of kikar and their management/Ranjeet Singh. 19. Shisham mortality and its remedial measure through genetic manipulations/D.S. Sidhu G.P.S. Dhillon and Bharpur Singh. 20. Differential response towards mortality in diverse genotypes of shisham/Salil Tewari and Rajesh Kaushal. 21. Planting stock improvement of shisham/Meena Bakshi and Subhash Nautiyal. 22. Utilization of natural variability in Acacia nilotica/H.V. Srinidhi H.S. Saralch and Rajni Chauhan. 23. Genetic improvement of Acacia nilotica in Tamilnadu/A. Balasubramanian S. Venkatachalam and M. Paramathma. 24. Large scale mortality of kikar and shisham a case of adaptive response in tree populations/R. Vasudeva H.V. Srinidhi and S.S. Gill. 25. Evaluation of some Acacia species for Punjab/H.N. Khajuria Sanjeev K. Chauhan and Manoj K. Gera. 26. Shisham and kikar mortality extent causes and remedial measures/Sanjeev K. Chauhan H.N. Khajuria and Avtar Singh. Author Index. Subject Index. Two species shisham and kikar are virtually indispensable owing to their importance for various purposes and their acceptance for plantation on a wider scale both under social forestry/agroforestry and national afforestation programmes. Where shisham (Dalbergia sissoo) is distributed primarily in the foothills of Himalayas kikar (Acacia nilotica) has wider distribution covering large tracts of sub tropical and tropical parts of the country. Both of these species are part of the natural landscape of the country. Both the species are considered as quite hardy in nature especially to withstand droughts and therefore classified among xerophytes. They are found to grow on a variety of soils under different fertility regimes surviving on inhospitable sites also. However even in spite of these attributes a serious die back problem has been noted in these species covering almost all the age groups and under almost all the situations where they are found growing. This includes forest areas farmer fields road side/canal side plantations dry areas wet soils etc. This has virtually challenged the very survival of these species as at some locations the mortality recorded is as high as 80 per cent. Although a number of factors were found responsible for the mortality of shisham and kikar including environmental stress poor drainage fungal and pest infections etc. yet no single factor could be ascertained as the main triggering factor for this malady. In this document efforts have been ma. N° de ref. de la librería 57208

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Título: Shisham and Kikar Mortality in India

Editorial: Agrotech, Udaipur

Año de publicación: 2006

Encuadernación: Hardbound

Condición del libro: As New

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