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Syllabus-Spices, Medicinal Plants and Plantation Crops

Department of Horticulture

Patuakhali Science and Technology University

Course Title: Spices, Medicinal Plants and Plantation Crops

Course Code: HRT 313, Credit: 3 (2+1)

Level- 3, Semester- 1

Course Content

Theory

Spices, Medicinal Plants and Plantation Crops in Bangladesh: Importance, background, present status, problems, prospects and scope of development

Classification of Spice, Medicinal Plants and Plantation Crops: Origin, distribution, classification and growth habit

Soil and Climatic Requirements: Influence of soil, temperature, light, air and water on physiology, vegetative growth and yield

Production Technology of the Following Crops: Onion, garlic, chilli, ginger, turmeric, coriander, cinnamon, black pepper, bay leaf, black cumin, cumin, fenugreek, clove, neem, arjun, haritaki, bohera, aonla, aloe, black berry, bael, tea, rubber, coffee, bamboo, betel leaf, betel nut, cocoa and oil palm

Processing, Storage and Marketing: Different methods and factors for processing, storage and marketing

Practical

01. Identification of spices, medicinal plants and plantation crops

02. Preparation of herbarium

03. Study the morphology of onion and garlic

04. Study the morphology of ginger, turmeric and bay leaf

05. Study the morphology of chilli and coriander

06. Study the morphology of aonla, neem and arjun

07. Study the morphology of haritaki and bohera

08. Visit to a spice research and processing centre

09. Cost of production of onion and garlic

10. Processing of tea and bamboo

11. Processing of white pepper and cinnamon

12. Processing of turmeric and ginger

13. Processing of rubber and oil palm

Books Recommended

01. J. S. Pruthi. 1992. Spices and Condiments. National Book Trust, India.

02. 1973. Proceedings of the Conference, Tropical Products Institute; 56/62 Gray's Inn Road, London.

03. M. A. Quddus. 1985. Bangladesher Khadya Shashya and Orthokari Fasol. Bangla Academy, Dhaka.

04. K. M. Pillai. 1984. A Text Book of Plantation Crops. Vicas Publishing House Pt. Ltd., NewDelhi, India.

05. H. C. Sribastava; B. Vatsya and K. K. G. Menon. 1986. Plantation Crops: Opportunities and Constraints. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. NewDelhi, India.

06. N. Kumer; M. A. Khader; P. Rangaswami and I Irulappan. 1993. Introduction to Spices, Plantation Crops, Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. Rajalakshmi Publications, NAGERCOIL.

07. J. W. Persrglove; S. G. Brown; C. I. Green and S. R. J. 1991. Spices. Vol. 1& 2, Longman, London.

08. K. G. Shanmugavelu and R. Madhava. V.N/Plantation Crops. India Book House, NewDelhi.

09. R. Chaterjee. 1989. Pan Chaser Katha. Bharoti Book Stall, Kolkata.

10. Roberto Chiej. 1984. The Macdonald Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants. Macdonald and Co. (Publishers) Ltd., Maxwell House. 74 Worship Street, London.