Indian Journal of Horticulture

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ISSN: 0972-8538
Volume 68; 4 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 68:1) published March 2011
Next issue (volume 68:2) scheduled for July 2011

Aims and Scope
Editorial Board
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President of the Society
K.L. Chadha
New Delhi

Dr. R.N. Pal

Assistant Editor
Dr. S.K. Singh
New Delhi

International Advisory Board
B.S. Ahloowalia, Austria U. Lavi, Israel
J.B. Bower, South Africa R.H. Marrs, United Kingdom
D.J. Cantliffe, USA A.B. Molina, Phillipines
M.L. Chadha, India P. Rethinam, India
S. Chandraparnik, Thailand C.R. Rom, USA
Y. Du, China P.K. Saxena, Canada
V. Galan S., Spain Z. Singh, Australia
I. Kajuira, Japan 

Local Editorial Board
M.L. Choudhary O.P. Pareek
U.T. Desai V.A. Parthasarthy
S.P. Ghosh M. Rai
V.S. Korikanthimath R.D. Rawal

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Aims and Scope 
The Indian Journal of Horticulture is the official publication of the Horticultural Society of India. It features original research in all branches of horticulture and other cognate sciences of sufficient relevance and primary interest to the horticulturists. The Horticulture Society of India was founded in January 1942 and registered on November 6th 1951 under the Societies Registration Act of 1860, India. Rules and constitution are revised in 1956 and later on 30th August 2003. The aims and objectives of the Society are:

  1. To cultivate and promote research, education and development of horticulture and allied branches of science
  2. To recognize and support excellence achieved in scientific research and development in the field of horticulture by individual scientists, interdisciplinary teams, recognized institutions, learned societies and industry
  3. To promote contact and cooperation among R&D personnel working in different institutions and areas (including growers and industry)
  4. To regularly bring out the Indian Journal of Horticulture and any other publication decided by the Society
  5. To disseminate knowledge on all horticultural crops and their different aspects by holding seminars, symposia, conferences, discussions etc. and publishing their proceedings
  6. To secure and manage funds and endowments for the promotion of horticulture in all its aspects
  7. To undertake other activities relevant to accomplish the above objectives.


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