brinjal


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Synonyms for brinjal

hairy upright herb native to southeastern Asia but widely cultivated for its large glossy edible fruit commonly used as a vegetable

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Preliminary studies screened two brinjal cultivars, one was resistant and the other was susceptible to plant parasitic nematodes (i.
Selected resistant brinjal varieties can be used in combination with other control methods to manage this insect pest economically and in an environmentally safer way (Lit, 2009).
Against mites population on brinjal the first spray results showed that chemical control (confidor) showed highest effect (98.
Traditional breeding methods have not been successful in developing bollworm resistant cotton, stem borer resistant corn or stem and fruit piercing pest of brinjal and okra.
Root-knot nematode [Meloidogyne incognita (Kofoid and White) Chitwood] is widespread and destructive pathogen of brinjal (Fourie and McDonald, 2000).
Besides, OPPs chemical residues of some pyrethroid in brinjal and okra fruits have also been reported by Zafar et al.
Similarly, wholesale price of brinjal varies between ` 20 and ` 25 per kg at Azadpur Mandi.
Keeping in view, the importance of organic manures in crop production and its role in improving soil fertility and quality of crop, the present study was designed to optimize the nutritional management of brinjal in the region.
He said that he arrived at his decision on Bt Brinjal after a seven-month-long process of public consultation with scientists, NGOs, civil society representatives and farmer bodies.
And in an attempt to capitalize on this popular crop, Monsanto has repeatedly tried to commercially market its own GM variety of brinjal called Bt brinjal.
New Delhi After the brouhaha rose over the Bt brinjal issue, the government has set up a National Biotechnology Regulatory Authority, a single-window mechanism with an integrated regulatory system.
The decision was awaited keenly because India, already the world's top brinjal grower, would have been the first country to introduce the genetically-modified, or GM, food crop.
The latest campaign which garnered widespread publicity, especially in the subcontinent, was against the commercial introduction of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) brinjal (a type of eggplant).
A government panel had last year supported introduction of genetically modified brinjal, or eggplant.
Sweet Lime Pickle, Brinjal Pickle, Biryani Paste, Sweet Mango Chitney, Kashmiri Mango Chutney & Tandomi Paste.