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Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: BANANA BUNCH CARE & P.H.M By: A.Vishnu Sankar. Asst.Manager (Marketing)PowerPoint Presentation: Prefer Tissue culture banana plants from Shri Ramco Biotech, Bangalore. Avoid cultivating in problematic soils, Give priority to good water management, Adhere to a strict nutrient management schedule, Follow IPM and IDM practices, A good bunch care Always bear in mind that only quality will fetch good price.PowerPoint Presentation: BUNCH CARE TECHNIQUESPowerPoint Presentation: B U N C H C O V E R I N G Bunches are covered with 6% ventilated Polythene sleeves of size 200cm Length x 150cm width x 175 gauge thick. 2. Use opaque polythene sleeves if bunch development is during winter to avoid chilling injury. 3. Use blue color sleeves during summer to avoid sun scorch. 4. Do it within15 days of last hand opening. 5. The bunch is free from insect bites, fungi, bacteria attacks and physical injuries. 5. Improved bunch appeal. 6. Advance maturity by 7 to 10 days.PowerPoint Presentation: BaggingPowerPoint Presentation: Bagging work from Tractor mounted crane.PowerPoint Presentation: Adopt good IPM and IDM practices.PowerPoint Presentation: To Control UsePowerPoint Presentation: Bell injection is to be given when the emerging flower is in upright position. 40 ml of Confidor @ 0.1% is pumped inside the unopened flower bud. Complete protection from pests that damage the developing bunch as the bell emerges.PowerPoint Presentation: BELL INJECTION SPEAR AND LEAF TRIMMING BLADEPowerPoint Presentation: Adopt a well balanced I.N.M practice. (Primary, Secondary and Micro Nutrients)PowerPoint Presentation: BORON DEFICIENCY - Fruit crackingPowerPoint Presentation: M.N Deficiency, Sigatoka leaf spot, Salinity stress, cigar end rot, water strees Etc.,PowerPoint Presentation: WAYS TO ENHANCE BUNCH SIZE OF BANANAPowerPoint Presentation: Enhancing bunch size of Banana: First Bunch Spray : Multi K – 50gm + Foliar Grade MN – 50gm + Biozyme 25ml + Wetting Agent 5ml/Tank. Number of Bunch sprays: Min. 3 to 4 with 15 days interval. 2 nd and subsequent Bunch Sprays : S.O.P – 100gm + + Biozyme 25ml + Wetting Agent 5ml. per spray tank Caution : Do not spray at the time of flowering. Caution : Do not spray 15 days before harvest. If necessary, insecticides and fungicides can also be added.PowerPoint Presentation: SELECTION OF BUNCH FOR EXPORT: A BUNCH WITH A MIDDLE FRUIT IN IT’S 2 ND HAND MEASURING 41 mm Dia, AND THE MIDDLE FRUIT IN THE LAST HAND WITH 35 mm Dia TWO WEEKS BEFORE HARVEST IS IDEAL FOR EXPORT.PowerPoint Presentation: MAINTAINING ONLY 9 HANDS PER BUNCH AND RETAINING A FINGER IN THE LAST HAND.PowerPoint Presentation: RETAINING A FINGER IN THE LAST HAND AND TAGGINGPowerPoint Presentation: Post Harvest Management in INDIAPowerPoint Presentation: On-site collection for post-harvest processingPowerPoint Presentation: On-site collection for post-harvest processing tcbanana.blogspot.com August, 2011 tcbanana.blogspot.comPowerPoint Presentation: De-handing of banana bunches tcbanana.blogspot.com Over ripe, very small and injured fruits are discarded.PowerPoint Presentation: Washing in water and dipping in Carbendazim solution tcbanana.blogspot.comPowerPoint Presentation: Grading and packing in plastic crates tcbanana.blogspot.comPowerPoint Presentation: Loading for despatch to Banana Ripening Unit tcbanana.blogspot.comPowerPoint Presentation: PHM for Export consignment : Packing in Corrugated boxes with perforated polyethylene liners. The curved side of the hands is kept facing upwards. Kept in cold storage at 13-14°C. Maintain 90-95% relative humidity. Maintain controlled atmospheric conditions like 2-5% oxygen and 2-5% carbon dioxide under ethylene- free air - at 14° C – up to 6 weeks.PowerPoint Presentation: Farmfresh Banana, Chinnamanur, Theni, Tamilnadu. Delatexing and SortingPowerPoint Presentation: Farmfresh Banana, Chinnamanur, Theni, Tamilnadu. Labelling and Weighing.PowerPoint Presentation: Farmfresh Banana, Chinnamanur, Theni, Tamilnadu. Weighing and Packaging.PowerPoint Presentation: Farmfresh Banana, Chinnamanur, Theni, Tamilnadu. Vacuum packing and stacking in Pallets.PowerPoint Presentation: Post Harvest Management in Philipines, Taiwan, Australia and China.PowerPoint Presentation: ……………….. For a comfortable life: Think Banana Grow Banana Eat Banana.PowerPoint Presentation: Contact us for Export quality Tissue culture plants.PowerPoint Presentation: Contact us: For Tamilnadu: Mr. A.Vishnu Sankar, Asst. Manager (Marketing), Mobile: 090470 32138 email id: firstname.lastname@example.org For Andhra Pradesh: Mr.P.Sudarsana Chowdary, Sales Officer, Mobile: 099893 46444 email id: email@example.com Our Tissue culture unit: Maillanahalli Village, Nelamangala Taluk, Bangalore Rural District - 562123 Tel: 080 2773 7193 & 2773 7194 firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com Our blogspot address: www.tcbanana.blogspot.comPowerPoint Presentation: Contact us: For Karnataka: Mr. Jeyaram Shetty, Sales Officer, Tel: 094800 51687. email id: firstname.lastname@example.org Mr.Julien, G.H.Officer, 094482 82212, For North India: Mr. Anil A.Patil, Manager-Marketing (North India), Mobile: 096049 64933 email id: email@example.com, You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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