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Second, National Brassica Conference-2014

Brassicas for addressing edible oils and nutritional security
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana - February 14-16, 2014

 
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National Brassica Conference - 2014

Crop Brassicas are important sources of edible oil with lowest amount of saturated fats, oilseeds and leafy vegetables rich in minerals and anti-oxidants, and tasteful condiments crops. Rapeseed-mustard is an important group of oilseed crops accounting about one-fourth of the total oilseeds production  in  the country. These crops are predominantly grown on varied soils of diverse agro-climatic regions  in  India. The current production of oilseeds in the country meets only 50% of domestic needs of edible oils, the deficit is being covered with import mainly of palm oil of more than Rs 50,000 crores per annum. With the present level of production and productivity, the demand-supply gap of edible oils in future is anticipated to increase further due to expected increase in population and better living standard. Rapeseed-mustard group of crops adapted to varied  agro-climatic  and management  conditions  have  the  potential  to  bridge  this  gap  through  genetic  enhancement  and  technological breakthroughs. Vegetable Brassicas  such as  cabbage,  cauliflower and broccoli are also  important  sources of mineral nutrients and antioxidants. Read More

Important Dates

Abstract Submission deadline :January 15, 2014  January 20, 2014

Registration deadline :  January 15, 2014   January 20, 2014

Conference dates : February 14-16, 2014



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