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Syllabus-Vegetable Production

Department of Horticulture

Patuakhali Science and Technology University

Course Title: Vegetable Production

Course Code: HRT 415, Credit: 3 (2+1)

Level- 4, Semester- 1

Course Content

Theory

General Aspects of Vegetable Growing in Bangladesh: Background, present status, problems, scope, and importance in dietary and economic value

Classification and Nomenclature of Vegetables: Origin, distribution, classification and growth habit

Soil and Climatic Requirements in Vegetable Production: Soil, temperature, light, air, water, rainfall and humidity

Propagation and Planting Methods: Types, different methods with merits and demerits

Principles and Practices of Vegetable Growing: Land preparation, spacing, irrigation, manures and fertilizers, inter tillage, gap filling, weeding, mulching, thinning, pest and disease control, harvesting, crop rotation and multiple cropping

Production Technology of the Following Vegetable Crops: Potato, tomato, brinjal, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, sweet gourd, cucumber, pointed gourd, aroids, sweet potato, lady's finger, carrot, mushroom

Post-harvest Management of Vegetables: Processing, grading, storing, packaging and marketing of different vegetables in Bangladesh

Practical

01. Identification of vegetables, vegetable seeds and seedlings

02. Computing manures and fertilizers for vegetables cultivation

03. Computing seed rates in vegetable production

04. Practicing intercultural operations in vegetable cultivation

05. Preparation of seedbed and raising of vegetable seedlings

06. Methods of planting vegetable crops

07. Field layout and cultivation of vegetables in plot

08. Visit to a vegetable producing and processing farm

09. Morphological study of vegetable crops

10. Vegetable seedling evaluation test

11. Determination of cost benefit ratio of potato, tomato and cabbage

12. Extraction and processing of tomato, brinjal and bottle gourd seeds

13. Grading and packaging of vegetables

Books Recommended

01. S. P. Singh. 1997. Principles of Vegetable Production. Mrs. Geeta Somani. Agrotech. Publishing Academy, Udaypur, India.

02. I. P. Mathew and S. K. Karikari. 1986. Horticulture: Principles and Practices. Macmillian Intermediate Agriculture Series, America.

03. K. G. Shanmugavelu. 1989. Production Technology of Vegetable Crops. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd. NewDelhi, India.

04. P. Work and J. Carew. 1970. Vegetable Production and Marketing. Willey Eastern Pvt. Ltd. , NewDelhi, India.

05. T. K. Bose and M. G. Som. 1986. Vegetable Crops in India. Naya Prokash, Calcutta, India.

06. H. C. Thompson and W. C. Kelly. 1983. Vegetable Crops. Tata Mc Graw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., NewDelhi, India.

07. M. M. Rashid. 1999. Sabjii Bigyan. Bangla Academy, Dhaka.

08. D. K. Salunkhe; B. B. Desai and N. R. Bahat. 1987. Vegetable and Flower Seed Production. Agrocole Publishing Academy, Calcutta, India.

09. Anonymous. 1995. Winter Vegetables and Spices Production. Hort. Res. & Dev. Project, FAO/UNDP, DAE/BADC, Dhaka.

10. M. M. Hussain. 1995. Seed Production and Storage Technology. Meer Imtiaz Hossain; Dhaka.

11. A. F. M. Sharfuddin and M. A. Siddique. 1985. Shabji Biggan. Hasina Akter Beauty, BAU Campur, Mymensingh.