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Climate change and increased climate variability in terms of rising temperatures, shifting rainfall patterns, and increasing extreme weather events, such as severe drought and devastating floods, pose a threat to the production of agricultural and horticultural crops-a threat this is expected to worsen. Climate change is already affecting-and is likely to increase-invasive species, pests, and disease vectors, all adversely affecting agri-horticultural crop productivity. Advances in agricultural knowledge, science, and technology will be required to develop improved crop traits, such as temperature, drought, pest, and salt tolerance. This two-volume set gives readers an understanding of the issues and makes suggestions for ways to mitigate adverse climate change effects on crops. The focus of Volume 1: The Principles and Applications in Horticultural Science is to identify impacts and suggest appropriate and effective adaptation and mitigation strategies. Volume 2: Impact, Adaptation, and Mitigation focuses on the impact of climate change on horticultural crops and offers ways to adapt practices to mitigate adverse effects. Together, the two volumes offer a diverse selection of chapters that address issues of importance to those in the horticulture industry, researchers, faculty, and others. The two-volume set: * Provides a recent understanding about climate change effects on horticulture * Covers unique information regarding important fruit crops, including flowers, spices, and plantation crops * Serves as an excellent source for researchers to formulate their adaptation and mitigation strategies * Covers abiotic and biotic stresses in relation to climate change * Presents environmentally safe and recent technological approaches such as nanotechnology and biodynamics * Includes case studies The books are an excellent resource for researchers; instructors; students in agriculture, horticulture, environmental science, and other allied subjects; and policymakers. "Both volumes of the book are very suitable for a broad audience and address the issue head on. The volumes nicely accomplish their goals. The editors have crafted a highly accessible publication that invites readers to digest it in a single sitting, and those who take that opportunity will be pleasantly surprised. The volumes seamlessly interweave thoughts on the history of changes in weather pattern, the dynamics of climate, and its effect on horticulture. Volume 2 ventures into some of the new emerging approaches like use of nana-particles bio chart technologies, home therapy, to name a few. Is change in climate dynamics altering the horticultural scenario? Both volumes of the book agree to the fact. There is a need to protect these valuable crops for sustainability against the climate change scenario. Both volumes contribute well and raise the attention toward the serious issue regarding changes in the climate dynamics affecting horticultural scenario, supporting with strong and justifiable facts." - Prof. (Dr.) R. S. Dhua, Former Head, Department of Post Harvest Technology of Horticultural Crops, Faculty of Horticulture, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, West Bengal, IndiaVolume 1: The Principles and Applications in Horticultural Science Preface Hi-Tech Horticulture and Climate Change; P. K. Ray Climate Change and Fruit Production; W. S. Dhillon and P. P. S. Gill Climate Change: Impact on Productivity and Quality of Temperate Fruits and Its Mitigation Strategies; Nazeer Ahmed and S. Lal Impact of Changing Climate on Productivity of Apple in Himalayas-Urgent Need for Mitigation of Hail Damage; K. K. Jindal Empirical Appraisal of Some Weather Parameters Dynamics for Their Possible Implications on Mango Production in Some Important Mango Growing Regions with Special Reference to Lucknow Region of Uttar Pradesh; H. Ravishankar, Tarun Adak, V. K. Singh, B. K. Pandey, A. K., Singh, and B. R. Salvi Prospects of Cashew Cultivation under Changing Climatic Conditions; P. L. Saroj and T. R. Rupa Protected Cultivation Technologies for Vegetable Cultivation under Changing Climatic Conditions; Balraj Singh and R. K. Solanki Climate Change and Its Impact on Productivity and Bioactive Health Compounds of Vegetable Crops; Pritam Kalia and R. K. Yadav Functional Physiology in Drought Tolerance of Vegetable Crops: An Approach to Mitigate Climate Change Impact; A. Chatterjee and S. S. Solankey Harnessing Heat Stress in Vegetable Crops towards Mitigating Impacts of Climate Change; Shirin Akhtar, Abhishek Naik, and Pranab Hazra Climate Change Impact on Black Pepper and Cardamom; K. S. Krishnamurthy, K. Kandiannan, B. Chempakam, S. J. Ankegowda, and M. Anandaraj Climate Change: Threat to Floriculture; Anil K. Singh and Anjana Sisodia Climate Change: Breeding Strategies to Mitigate Abiotic Stress in Ornamental Crops; K. V. Prasad, T. Janakiram, Sapna Panwar, Bharat Sing Hada, and Prativa Lakhotia Bamboo and Sustainable Development with Climate Change: Opportunities and Challenges; Kamesh Salam Climate Change Effects on Fruit Quality and Post-Harvest Management Practices; M. S. Ladaniya Eco-Friendly Postharvest Treatments for Fruits; Ram Asrey and Kalyan Barman Effect of Climate Change on Post Harvest Quality of Fruits; Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui, V. B. Patel, and M. S. Ahmad Impact of Climate Change on Food Safety; H. R. Naik and S. Sheraz Mahdi Climate Change, Food Security, and Livelihood Opportunities in Mountain Agriculture; Amit Kumar, Nirmal Sharma, M. S. Ahmad, and Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui Index Volume 2: Impact, Adaptation, and Mitigation Preface Global Climate Change and Indian Horticulture; K. L. Chadha Climate Change Prediction: Uncertainties and Accuracies; K. K. Singh Climate Change and Rainfed Horticulture; N. N. Reddy and B. Venkateswarlu Climate Resilient Horticulture Based Agrarian Livelihood in the Eastern Region; Bikash Das, V. B. Patel, S. Kumar, and B. P. Bhatt Climate Resilient Horticulture for North Eastern India; A. K. Jha, V. K. Verma, N. A. Deshmukh, R. K. Patel, and S. V. Ngachan Climatic issues Affecting Sustainable Litchi (Litchi chinensis Sonn.) Production in Eastern India; Rajesh Kumar Climate Change Resilient Island Horticulture; D. R. Singh, Shrawan Singh, and S. Dam Roy Global Climate Change: Myth, Reality, and Mitigation; B. B. Mishra and Richa Roy Nanotechnology, Plant Nutrition, and Climate Change; S. Kundu, Tapan Adhikari, and A. Subba Rao Phytopathosystem Modification in Response to Climate Change; Lajja Vati and Abhijeet Ghatak Soil Fertility Dynamics vis-a-vis Climate Change in Citrus; A. K. Srivastava Soil Solarization and Moisture Conservation Practices to Combat Climate Change; Pramod Kumar, Som Dev Sharma, Shailendra Kumar Yadav, and Vinod Kumar Biochar Technology for Sustainable Horticulture; Anshuman Kohli, Yanendra Kumar Singh, Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, and Shashi Bhushan Kumar Mycorrhizal Fungi in Sustainable Horticultural Production under Changing Climate Situations; S. K. Singh, V. B. Patel, A. K. Singh, and M. K. Verma Impact of Climate Change on Plant Pathogens; Md Abu Nayyer, Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui, and Kalyan Barman Quality of Fruits in the Changing Climate; Md Abu Nayyer, Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui, and Kalyan Barman Homa Therapy an Effective Tool in Mitigating Soil, Water, and Environmental Crises; R. K. Pathak and Ulrich Berk, E Awareness about Climate Change: Perception and Action; Aditya and B. Kumar Climate Change and Indian Agriculture; Md. Hedayetullah, Parveen Zaman, Shailendra Kumar Yadav, Md. Abu Naiyyar, and Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui Climate Change: Impact on Pollinators' Biodiversity in Vegetable Crops; Tamoghna Saha, Nithya C., and S. N. Ray Climate Change Impacts on Field and Horticultural Crops with Special Reference to Bihar, Possible Adaptation Strategies and Mitigation Options; A. Abdul Haris, B. P. Bhatt, and Vandna Chhabra


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Tytuł: Climate Dynamics in Horticultural Science 2 vols
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781771880718
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 538
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.32 kg


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Climate Dynamics in Horticultural Science 2 vols

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Climate change and increased climate variability in terms of rising temperatures, shifting rainfall patterns, and increasing extreme weather events, such as severe drought and devastating floods, pose a threat to the production of agricultural and horticultural crops-a threat this is expected to worsen. Climate change is already affecting-and is likely to increase-invasive species, pests, and disease vectors, all adversely affecting agri-horticultural crop productivity. Advances in agricultural knowledge, science, and technology will be required to develop improved crop traits, such as temperature, drought, pest, and salt tolerance. This two-volume set gives readers an understanding of the issues and makes suggestions for ways to mitigate adverse climate change effects on crops. The focus of Volume 1: The Principles and Applications in Horticultural Science is to identify impacts and suggest appropriate and effective adaptation and mitigation strategies. Volume 2: Impact, Adaptation, and Mitigation focuses on the impact of climate change on horticultural crops and offers ways to adapt practices to mitigate adverse effects. Together, the two volumes offer a diverse selection of chapters that address issues of importance to those in the horticulture industry, researchers, faculty, and others. The two-volume set: * Provides a recent understanding about climate change effects on horticulture * Covers unique information regarding important fruit crops, including flowers, spices, and plantation crops * Serves as an excellent source for researchers to formulate their adaptation and mitigation strategies * Covers abiotic and biotic stresses in relation to climate change * Presents environmentally safe and recent technological approaches such as nanotechnology and biodynamics * Includes case studies The books are an excellent resource for researchers; instructors; students in agriculture, horticulture, environmental science, and other allied subjects; and policymakers. "Both volumes of the book are very suitable for a broad audience and address the issue head on. The volumes nicely accomplish their goals. The editors have crafted a highly accessible publication that invites readers to digest it in a single sitting, and those who take that opportunity will be pleasantly surprised. The volumes seamlessly interweave thoughts on the history of changes in weather pattern, the dynamics of climate, and its effect on horticulture. Volume 2 ventures into some of the new emerging approaches like use of nana-particles bio chart technologies, home therapy, to name a few. Is change in climate dynamics altering the horticultural scenario? Both volumes of the book agree to the fact. There is a need to protect these valuable crops for sustainability against the climate change scenario. Both volumes contribute well and raise the attention toward the serious issue regarding changes in the climate dynamics affecting horticultural scenario, supporting with strong and justifiable facts." - Prof. (Dr.) R. S. Dhua, Former Head, Department of Post Harvest Technology of Horticultural Crops, Faculty of Horticulture, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, West Bengal, IndiaVolume 1: The Principles and Applications in Horticultural Science Preface Hi-Tech Horticulture and Climate Change; P. K. Ray Climate Change and Fruit Production; W. S. Dhillon and P. P. S. Gill Climate Change: Impact on Productivity and Quality of Temperate Fruits and Its Mitigation Strategies; Nazeer Ahmed and S. Lal Impact of Changing Climate on Productivity of Apple in Himalayas-Urgent Need for Mitigation of Hail Damage; K. K. Jindal Empirical Appraisal of Some Weather Parameters Dynamics for Their Possible Implications on Mango Production in Some Important Mango Growing Regions with Special Reference to Lucknow Region of Uttar Pradesh; H. Ravishankar, Tarun Adak, V. K. Singh, B. K. Pandey, A. K., Singh, and B. R. Salvi Prospects of Cashew Cultivation under Changing Climatic Conditions; P. L. Saroj and T. R. Rupa Protected Cultivation Technologies for Vegetable Cultivation under Changing Climatic Conditions; Balraj Singh and R. K. Solanki Climate Change and Its Impact on Productivity and Bioactive Health Compounds of Vegetable Crops; Pritam Kalia and R. K. Yadav Functional Physiology in Drought Tolerance of Vegetable Crops: An Approach to Mitigate Climate Change Impact; A. Chatterjee and S. S. Solankey Harnessing Heat Stress in Vegetable Crops towards Mitigating Impacts of Climate Change; Shirin Akhtar, Abhishek Naik, and Pranab Hazra Climate Change Impact on Black Pepper and Cardamom; K. S. Krishnamurthy, K. Kandiannan, B. Chempakam, S. J. Ankegowda, and M. Anandaraj Climate Change: Threat to Floriculture; Anil K. Singh and Anjana Sisodia Climate Change: Breeding Strategies to Mitigate Abiotic Stress in Ornamental Crops; K. V. Prasad, T. Janakiram, Sapna Panwar, Bharat Sing Hada, and Prativa Lakhotia Bamboo and Sustainable Development with Climate Change: Opportunities and Challenges; Kamesh Salam Climate Change Effects on Fruit Quality and Post-Harvest Management Practices; M. S. Ladaniya Eco-Friendly Postharvest Treatments for Fruits; Ram Asrey and Kalyan Barman Effect of Climate Change on Post Harvest Quality of Fruits; Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui, V. B. Patel, and M. S. Ahmad Impact of Climate Change on Food Safety; H. R. Naik and S. Sheraz Mahdi Climate Change, Food Security, and Livelihood Opportunities in Mountain Agriculture; Amit Kumar, Nirmal Sharma, M. S. Ahmad, and Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui Index Volume 2: Impact, Adaptation, and Mitigation Preface Global Climate Change and Indian Horticulture; K. L. Chadha Climate Change Prediction: Uncertainties and Accuracies; K. K. Singh Climate Change and Rainfed Horticulture; N. N. Reddy and B. Venkateswarlu Climate Resilient Horticulture Based Agrarian Livelihood in the Eastern Region; Bikash Das, V. B. Patel, S. Kumar, and B. P. Bhatt Climate Resilient Horticulture for North Eastern India; A. K. Jha, V. K. Verma, N. A. Deshmukh, R. K. Patel, and S. V. Ngachan Climatic issues Affecting Sustainable Litchi (Litchi chinensis Sonn.) Production in Eastern India; Rajesh Kumar Climate Change Resilient Island Horticulture; D. R. Singh, Shrawan Singh, and S. Dam Roy Global Climate Change: Myth, Reality, and Mitigation; B. B. Mishra and Richa Roy Nanotechnology, Plant Nutrition, and Climate Change; S. Kundu, Tapan Adhikari, and A. Subba Rao Phytopathosystem Modification in Response to Climate Change; Lajja Vati and Abhijeet Ghatak Soil Fertility Dynamics vis-a-vis Climate Change in Citrus; A. K. Srivastava Soil Solarization and Moisture Conservation Practices to Combat Climate Change; Pramod Kumar, Som Dev Sharma, Shailendra Kumar Yadav, and Vinod Kumar Biochar Technology for Sustainable Horticulture; Anshuman Kohli, Yanendra Kumar Singh, Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, and Shashi Bhushan Kumar Mycorrhizal Fungi in Sustainable Horticultural Production under Changing Climate Situations; S. K. Singh, V. B. Patel, A. K. Singh, and M. K. Verma Impact of Climate Change on Plant Pathogens; Md Abu Nayyer, Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui, and Kalyan Barman Quality of Fruits in the Changing Climate; Md Abu Nayyer, Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui, and Kalyan Barman Homa Therapy an Effective Tool in Mitigating Soil, Water, and Environmental Crises; R. K. Pathak and Ulrich Berk, E Awareness about Climate Change: Perception and Action; Aditya and B. Kumar Climate Change and Indian Agriculture; Md. Hedayetullah, Parveen Zaman, Shailendra Kumar Yadav, Md. Abu Naiyyar, and Mohammed Wasim Siddiqui Climate Change: Impact on Pollinators' Biodiversity in Vegetable Crops; Tamoghna Saha, Nithya C., and S. N. Ray Climate Change Impacts on Field and Horticultural Crops with Special Reference to Bihar, Possible Adaptation Strategies and Mitigation Options; A. Abdul Haris, B. P. Bhatt, and Vandna Chhabra

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Szczegóły: Climate Dynamics in Horticultural Science 2 vols

Tytuł: Climate Dynamics in Horticultural Science 2 vols
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781771880718
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 538
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.32 kg


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