1 edition of Flora Indica; or descriptions of Indian plants found in the catalog.
1832 by [Mission Press for W. Thacker, Calcutta, & Parbury, Allen, London] in Serampore .
Written in English
|Statement||by the late William Roxburgh. Edited by William Carey|
|Contributions||Carey, William, 1761-1834|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 volumes ;|
Sidebar: Finishing Touches To harvest sponges for some homemade loofa, let luffa vines and gourds dry completely. In vol. They are little inferior to green peas. Some beautiful Indian trees- E.
Provided your plants have at least their first set of true leaves, and conditions outside are sunny and warm, you can very gently transplant your seedlings. Vinaya Ghate, Dr. Singh by Publications division Rs. Sethi- 4.
Colonel Kyd introduced tea cultivation, and in this he was highly successful, and it was owing to his efforts that the tea-industry has become one of the most important in India. Sadly, it is not even half as good as Trees of Delhi. Also, in the edition of Flora Indica, Indigofera violacea is discussed along with twenty-four other vareties of indigo. Vartak- this book deals with conservation of trees in older days. William Carey was a member and officer in the Asiatic Society.
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Shrikant Ingalhalikar- Luffa gourds grow best in fertile, well-draining and slightly acidic soil. I bought it from book fair held at Kurukshetra in only Rs. Several plants and flowers are associated with Dr. It can also be carried in your daypack.
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Bhaskar and B. It is in bloom nearly the whole year, but principally during the rains; when it is highly ornamental. Sathish Kumar and K. The book though titled as 'Trees of Pune' is useful for every city because most of the trees would be found in every city.
Susan Brackney Provided they are sturdy and deeply set, luffa plant supports can be as simple as a few wooden Flora Indica; or descriptions of Indian plants book stakes strategically spaced near groups of luffas. This encourages branching and the development of female flowers.
Randhawa- Nation Book Trust- Rs. This particular booklet describes commonly available important medicinal plants of Karnataka may apply to many other states too.
Title: Perennials. Hema Sane and Mandar Datar. There is another Flora Indica; or descriptions of Indian plants book, which is in the same genre as Upendranath Kanjilal's book, but on the trees of Southern India. Also, in the edition of Flora Indica, Indigofera violacea is discussed along with twenty-four other vareties of indigo.
This is prepared mainly for the students, teachers, foresters, and general public to know the useful plants in their surroundings better, appreciate their importance in human health and livelihood, use sustainably and help in their conservation.
But even under these circumstances, you should be able to come away with a robust loofah harvest. Champion and S. William Roxburgh, the Company's Botanist in Madras, was appointed to the post, and continued in it till The most common misconception is that loofahs are products of the ocean.
A sample page image is also provided. Or you can soak them in a mild bleach solution, rinse and then let them dry completely before storing. Sadly, it is not even half as good as Trees of Delhi. The book also includes Mini Glossary at the end of each chapter and a comprehensive Glossary in the appendix.
Highly recommended and can be carried in the field. Kudos to the author- an excellent publication!Flora Indica; or Descriptions of Indian Plants. Background Information. In at the Mission Press in Serampore, William Carey posthumously edited and published vol.
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For the next century, it served as a basis of subsequent Indian botanical works on taxonomy and floristic.