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Indian Journal of Arecanut, Spices & Medicinal Plants (ISSN 0972-2483)
A quarterly publication in English released by the Directorate of Arecanut and Spices Development, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare (Department of Agriculture, Co-operation & Farmers Welfare), Government of India, concerned with the development of Arecanut, Spices, Medicinal and Aromatic Plants in the country, is intended for wide circulation among farmers, extension workers, scientists, exporters, industrialists etc. The journal contain popular articles on scientific cultivation, processing and marketing aspects of the various crops.
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Subscription may be done by paying the amount online at Non Tax Receipt Portal (NTRP) at https://bharatkosh.gov.in/ and send the receipt generated (e-receipt) after making payment by email to email@example.com or by post to the Director, Directorate of Arecanut and Spices Development, West Hill P.O., Calicut 673 005. In the email / letter, please mention your complete postal address with pincode for sending the journals. A detailed user guide showing step by steps to be followed for registration and online payment at NTRP is attached below.
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Volume 22 Issue 1 (January to March 2020
|Volume 22 Issue 2 (April to June 2020)||Volume 22 Issue 3 (July to Sept. 2020)||Volume 22 Issue 4 (Oct to Dec. 2020)|
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Articles included in the Volume 21 Issue No. 4 (October-December 2019) of the Journal are given below.
Seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.): A potential plant for sustainable developmentof Trans-Himalayan Ladakh region, India
Anand Kumar Katiyar, Desyong Namgail and Rohit Kumar
Indian regulatory system of spices varietal testing, release and notification: Issues and strategies
Janakiram T, Nirmal Babu K, Homey Cheriyanand Prasath D
Status of betel vine cultivation in Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh : Problems and prospects
Archana Dikshit, Satya Vart Dwidedi and Bhanu P. Mishra
|4||Cinnamon- A potential spice crop in Nicobar Islands
K.Abirami, V.Baskaran, V.Damodaran and Ramesh Kumar
|5||Popularising organic farming of spice crops through frontline demonstrations in farmers fields of Himachal Pradesh
Manish Kumar and Rajinder Singh Rana
ARTICLES ARE INVITED
Instructions to contributors of articles in the journal
Manuscript copy of the article is to be submitted in duplicate, typed neatly in double space on one side of art paper with margins of 3.5 cm and may not exceed 12 pages. All pages (including tables, legends, references etc.) should be numbered consecutively.
The material may also be sent in MS Word format in CD or through email firstname.lastname@example.org for early acceptance.
The matter is to be arranged in the following order:
Preference will be given to articles in bilingual i.e., Hindi and English.
A certificate may also be furnished to the effect that the article submitted has not been published in any other journal even in any form.
Articles will be acknowledged immediately on receipt and acceptance or otherwise will be communicated with in a quarter.
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Directorate of Arecanut & Spices Development, West Hill P.O., Calicut 673 005 , Kerala
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