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All India Coordinated Research Project

   

    All India Coordinated Research Project on Palms started during

   1972 with Central Plantation Crops Research Institute,Kasaragod

   as headquarters conducting research on Oil Palm at four centres

   viz., Vijayarai in Andhra Pradesh,Gangavathi in Karnataka,Aduthurai

   in TamilNadu and Mulde in Maharashtra.  The following trails are in

   progress in these centres :

  

   Evaluation of Oil Palm crosses

   Drip irrigation cum fertilizer

   Evaluation of new cross combinations in Oil Palm

 

   Two new centres were also started during 2008, one at Madhopur,

   West Champaram, Bihar and another at College of Horticulture &

   Forestry, Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh.  Oil Palm was planted for

   'maximization' as well as 'fertigation' experiments in these centres

   in order to prove the potential of oil palm in that region and to

   bring in confidence among the farmers.

 

   AICRP on Palms (Oil Palms Centres)

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