Around this time of the year, bright yellow flowers carpet the fields in scores of villages in Bihar's Vaishali district. They are not mustard crops waiting to burst into full bloom but cauliflower seeds that have ushered in a revolution of sorts
It pays to go Dutch. Ask Rasila Kothari, 52, who took to commercial cultivation of Dutch roses in Chandwe village, near Ranchi in Jharkhand.
Floriculture exports from India are expected to see a 20 per cent decline this year
Tourists might complain of poor sighting of wildlife inside Manas National Park, but now an ambitious endeavour is bringing to life new facets of the park, which are far easily discernible.
The State government deserves appreciation for the initiation to formulate an Agriculture Policy for Assam. The declaration of the pragmatic process has come at a time when the State
A rare species of India
Tirupati, June 26: Climate change has had its effect on the flower production in Tirumala as well.
Since 2000, the climactic conditions on the Tirumala hills have been changing and this has affected the output of flowers by the garden department.
Is pursuing floriculture in green house a commercial activity? The Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) would lead us to believe so. However, the national horticulture mission thinks otherwise.
Srinagar: As the tulip garden by the banks of the Dal Lake is thrown open to the public, the authorities are skeptic about how long the breathtaking view of the flowers in full glory would last.
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