Storage and Growth Regulators Effect on Tuberose Cultivation
Flowers are one of the most important and unique gift of nature to humanity. The flowers are mainly used for garland, veni, worship, table decoration, making bouquet, gajra, mandap decoration, honey moon beds or bridal beds decoration as well as in many religious ceremonies and social functions. The cut flowers like rose, gladiolus, tuberose, chrysanthemum, carnation, gerbera, orchid, anthurium, lilies etc. have commonly and frequently used for many purposes in both the local as well as international market. Among them, tuberose is one of the most important cut flower not only due to its white color flowers, attractive spike and delightful fragrance, but ease cultivation and wide adaptability to varying soils and agro-climatic condition. Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa L.) is originated from Mexico (Trueblood, 1973) and relative of the century plant (Agave), belongs to family Agavaceae and suborder Amarylliaceae.It is widely grown in the plains of India, flaunting its fragrance both outdoor and indoor. It is known in vernaculars as Nishigandha or Rajanigandh or Gul-e-shabu.
|auteur:||Nilima, B; A V, Barad|
|Uitgever:||LAP Lambert Academic Publishing|
|NUR:||Plant- en gewaswetenschap|
|Afmetingen:||229 x 152 x 7|
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