Journal of Plantation Crops

Vol. 45 No.2, August – 2017


Research Articles

Scope and significance of biotechnological improvement of tea
Mainaak Mukhopdhayay, Akan Das & Tapan Kumar Mondal
Pages: 77-90
Traversing the topsy-turvy terrains: The coconut sector in Kingdom of Tonga
Jayasekhar Somasekharan, Tevita Lautaha, Kulufeinga Anisi Bloomfield, Ilaisaane OliviaTu itupou & Maile Tahafitu Fa ase e
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
Babli Mog, J.D. Adiga, M.G. Nayak & G.S. Mohana
Pages: 110-120
Marigold-globe amaranth sequential cropping in coconut plantations of coastal humid tropics
K. Nihad, V. Krishnakumar & A. Abdul Haris
Pages: 121-128
Evaluation of elite cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) genotypes for yield, quality and resistance to Cardamom mosaic virus
R. Senthil Kumar, D. Prasath1, Sharon Aravind, N.K. Leela, M.N. Venugopal, S.J. Ankegowda, C.N. Biju & M. Anandaraj
Pages: 129-134
Effect of certain indigenous technical knowledge on the management of red spider mite (Oligonychus coffeae) in tea
Kapil Kumar Bhuyan, Gautam Kumar Saikia, Mukul Kumar Deka & Subhash Chandra Barua
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
Lakshmipathi, J. D. Adiga, D. Kalaivanan & G.K. Halesh
Pages: 141-146