By K P Prabhakaran Nair
''This is an efficient substitute to the chemically propelled business agriculture of eco-friendly Revolution that has ended in adversarial environmental fallout on Indian soils. Black Pepper has a chequered historical past. It was once in truth the 'spice warfare' among the Arabs, the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British that ended in the colonisation of India, which all started with the touchdown of Vasco da Gama on Kappad seashore. within the publication, Prbhakaran Nair strains the beginning, historical past, international unfold, improvement, agronomy, food, economic climate, global exchange, pharmacopoeia and finish items of the 2 spice plants of the realm, often called the 'king' and 'queen' of spices. The ebook has been introduced by means of Elsevier overseas. The digital e-book has been introduced at the new 'Elsevier Insights' undertaking, a brand new inspiration in digital publishing.''--bnlive.in.com
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Glyricidia is the most common standard in Sri Lanka and Malaysia. Pepper planting should precede the onset of monsoon. Two or three 3-noded rooted cuttings, prepared as explained earlier, are planted in shallow pits on the northern side of the standard. If the cuttings are unrooted, four to five could be planted. At least one node should be below the soil for the establishment of roots. To accelerate growth, pits can be filled with topsoil, farmyard manure, rock phosphate, and neem cake mixture (Pillai, 1992).
Tying of vines should be continued. 2%), mulching, and shading the young vines must be done. It is uncommon to irrigate a pepper crop, except in Thailand where it is grown as an irrigated crop. Nevertheless, pepper plants can seriously suffer due to moisture stress in the summer months, especially in India, when daytime temperatures in April and May can soar to 35 °C or higher. , 1997). An interesting aspect of pepper cultivation is the possibility of growing other crops, in addition to pepper, in the same field or plot of land.
Among the nematode species, Meloidogyne incognita and Radopholus similis are the most important and cause the most severe damage. ” On a global scale, the former is the most devastating. The root knot nematodes have a specialized and complex relationship with the host plant, and they are sedentary obligate endoparasites. Their infestation of the vine results in the formation of elongated swellings on the thick primary roots due to multiple infections and typical knots or galls on either secondary or fibrous roots because of hypertrophy and hyperplasia of the infected tissues.
Agronomy and Economy of Black Pepper and Cardamom. The King and Queen of Spices by K P Prabhakaran Nair