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CLOVE (SYZIGIUM AROMATICUM) – THE SPICY FLOWER BUD OF SIGNIFICANCE -A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC1335
Citation :- CLOVE (SYZIGIUM AROMATICUM) – THE SPICY FLOWER BUD OF SIGNIFICANCE -A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2010.(31)
T.Thangaselvabai, R. Richard Kennedy, J. Prem Joshua and M. Jayasekar
Address : Krish Vigyan Kendra, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Pechiparai- 629 161, India

Abstract

Clove is one of the most ancient and valuable spices of the world. It is used for culinary,
pharmaceutical and perfumery purposes. It is native to Moluccas and in India it is cultivated in lower
elevations of Western Ghats in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. The area, production and
productivity in our country is very low and it is mainly due to the non adoption of improved crop
management and post harvest handling technologies, decline in area under cultivation and incidence
of pest and diseases. Hence, the innovations made in various crop improvements, production,
protection and post harvest handling techniques are reviewed here.

Keywords

Clove Syzigium aromaticum Crop improvement Crop production Crop protection
Post harvest handling

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