Contents
Importance of rootstocks in fruit production
Dr.Y.T.N.Reddy
Genetics, breeding and selection of rootstocks in vegetable for biotic stress.
Dr. A.T. Sadashiva
Rootstocks in the management of soil borne pathogens
Dr.A.K.Saxena
Enhancing nutrient use efficiency through rootstocks in fruits and vegetables
Dr. A.N.Ganeshamurty
Rootstocks and nematode management in vegetable crops
Dr.M.S.Rao
Physiology of rootstocks-scion interactions under drought and flooding stresses
Dr.R.M.Bhatt
Effect of rootstocks on quality of fruit and vegetables
Dr.K.S.Shivshankara
Effect of grafting on antioxidant properties of fruits and vegetables
Dr.V.K.Rao
Hormonal signaling in rootstock-scion interactions
Dr.T.G. Prasad
Response of horticultural rootstocks to arbuscular micorrhizal (AM) fungi
Dr. Panneer Selvam
Significance of rootstock in vegetable under field and protected production system
Dr.M. Prabhakar
Post grafting management of micro-climate and cost of graft production in vegetables
Dr.S.S.Hebbar
Role of grafting in improving salinity tolerance
Dr. K.K.Upteti
Root characteristics and their role in imparting tolerance to abiotic stresses
Dr.R.H. Laxman
Secondary metabolites and stress tolerance in crops
Dr. S.Shivshankra
Impact of climate change on rootstock biology
Dr. N.K.Srinivasa Rao
Application of molecular tools for selection of resilient rootstocks to abiotic stresses
Dr. K.V. Ravishankar
`Dogridge’ – A success story
Dr.G.S. Prakash
Physiological basis for modifications in vigour and reproductive growth using rootstocks
Dr V Ravindrar
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Rootstocks in Resilient Horticulture Production System
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