Journal of Plantation Crops

Vol. 45 No.2, August – 2017


Research Articles

Scope and significance of biotechnological improvement of tea
Akan Das & Tapan Kumar Mondal & Mainaak Mukhopdhayay
Pages: 77-90
Traversing the topsy-turvy terrains: The coconut sector in Kingdom of Tonga
Ilaisaane OliviaTu itupou & Maile Tahafitu Fa ase e, Kulufeinga Anisi Bloomfield, Tevita Lautaha & Jayasekhar Somasekharan
Pages: 91-100
Red palm weevil incidence: Spatial pattern and implications in technology adoption
P. Anithakumari K. Muralidharan & K.P. Chandran
Pages: 101-109
Germination and seedling establishment in cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.): An interaction between seed size, relative growth rate and seedling biomass
M.G. Nayak & G.S. Mohana, J.D. Adiga & Babli Mog
Pages: 110-120
Marigold-globe amaranth sequential cropping in coconut plantations of coastal humid tropics
V. Krishnakumar & A. Abdul Haris & K. Nihad
Pages: 121-128
Evaluation of elite cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) genotypes for yield, quality and resistance to Cardamom mosaic virus
C.N. Biju & M. Anandaraj, S.J. Ankegowda, M.N. Venugopal, N.K. Leela, Sharon Aravind, D. Prasath1 & R. Senthil Kumar
Pages: 129-134
Effect of certain indigenous technical knowledge on the management of red spider mite (Oligonychus coffeae) in tea
Mukul Kumar Deka & Subhash Chandra Barua, Gautam Kumar Saikia & Kapil Kumar Bhuyan
Pages: 135-140
Effect of plant growth regulators on leaf area, chlorophyll content, carotenoids, stomatal count and yield of cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) var. Bhaskara
D. Kalaivanan & G.K. Halesh, J. D. Adiga & Lakshmipathi
Pages: 141-146