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Zonal Horticulture Research & Extension centres

 

Bagalkot

Zonal Horticulture Research & Extension centre, Bagalkot

The Orchard Office, UHS, Bagalkot is located about 10 kms west of Bagalkot Railway Station (16'12'N, 75'45'E) on Raichur – Belgaum state highway. The annual average rainfall is 550.00 mm. The soils are gravelly soils with low fertility.

The Orchard Office initially started with six different gardens was transferred from Bagalkot Town Development Authority Bagalkot for Conducting Research on different crops and for use of practical teaching new area.


Sl. No Sector Division Area (ha)
1 1 Vegetable Science 9.224 ha
2 9 Silvi Horticulture 8.208 ha
3 13 Post Harvest Technology 9.050 ha
4 37 Floriculture and Landscaping 6.125 ha
5 41 Medicinal and Aromatic plants 8.147 ha
6 70 Fruit Science 9.193 ha

The mandate crops are Pomegranate, Sapota, Gauva, Custard apple, lime.

Major flowers (np) and ornamental Plants and other medicinal and aromatic Plants

 

Kumbapur (Dharwad)

Zonal Horticulture Research & Extension centre, Dharwad

In commemoration of 50th year of meaningful existence of College of Agriculture Dharwad, this station was established as Golden Jubilee Horticulture Garden in the year 1994. The station was transferred to University of Horticultural Sciences, Bagalkot on 22.11.2008 from University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad

The centre is having 46.8 ha of land. It is situated at 150 16’N latitude, 750 07’ E longitudes at an altitude of 678 m above MSL. Mean rainfall is about 844 mm, soils of the research station are shallow red and embedded with small sand gravels.

Objectives of the Centre:

The centre was established with the objectives of strengthening the plant multiplication efforts in fruit crops like mango, guava, Sapota and other horticulture crops viz., Tamarind, cashew etc., Further it was also envisaged to establish scion bank / progeny orchards in mango (cv Alphanso, Khadar, Kesar, Mallika), guava (cv. Lucknow-49) and sapota (cv. Kalipatti, Cricket Ball, DHS-1 and DHS-2) to meet the growing demand for planting material.

Contact Us:

Horticulture Research Station Head Drawing Officer/ Farm Superintendent
HRS, Kumbapur Dr. N. Basavaraj
0836-2113619
M. 9449872866 
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Dr. T. B. Allolli
0836-2113619
M. 9449613242
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Bangalore

Zonal Horticulture Research & Extension centre, Bangalore

The Research Station was established during October, 2009 after the formation of University of Horticultural Sciences, Bagalkot.

The Station is having 40 ha of area. The srik are red sandy worm with better drainage capacity.

The mandate of this Research Station is to take-up research on Hi-Tech Horticulture including crops, like flowers and medicinal plants and imparting horticulture education to PG students.

Achievements:

The centre has been established recently, land development, formation of roads and blocks are being taken up

Contact Us:

Horticulture Research Station Head Drawing Officer/ Farm Superintendent
Hi- Tech Horticulture and PG Centre Bangalore Dr. T. R. Guruprasad
080-23646382
M. 9449408338 
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Dr. G. K. Seetharamu
080-23646382 (Fax)
M. 9482047765
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