Directorate of Extension Education CCS HAU, Hisar (Haryana)
26.11.2005 to 01.12.2006
Conservation, characterization and utilization of genetic resources of Ocimum and Asparagus for sustaining production.
Recent 3 major contributions:
Use of papaya fruit especially in winter season enhancing hydrocele problem was reported first time under traditional medicament by NEPZ peoples.
The new physiological disorders have been reported in papaya viz., bumpiness, deformed/discoloured seeds, vivipary, white seeds and stamen feminization. Modeling and characterization of the bumpy papaya fruit disorder and managed by basal application of borax @ 5g/plant was most effective under sandy loam soils for increasing the level of B in leaf and fruits without leaf toxicity.
Modeling of mango fruit cracking with environmental factors and scaling of biotic and abiotic factors in mango.
Recent awards and recognitions:
Bestowed with Young Scientist Fellowship Award on “Studies on the burl: an unresolved woody disorder of mango trees in India” and receives the grant 19.56 lack from DST, Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB), Government of India, New Delhi.
RAU Pusa (Bihar) awarded first and second prize for papaya and first for ripe banana fruit exhibitions during 14-16 March, 2015 in farmers fair.
Current collaborative activities:
Recent most significant publications:
Saran PL, Choudhary R, Solanki IS, Patil P, Kumar S (2015) Genetic Variability and Relationship Studies of New Indian Papaya (Carica papaya L.) Germplasm Using Morphological and Molecular Markers. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 39(2): 310-321.
Saran PL, Choudhary R, Solanki IS, Devi G (2015) Traditional medicaments by papaya among the tribal communities in North Eastern plains zone of India. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 14(2) (Press).
Saran PL, Kumar R, Sazaie E, Choudhary R (2015) Fruit Cracking in Mango (Mangifera indica l.) cv. Dashehari Erwerbs-Obstbau, 57 (2): 93-96.
Saran PL, Choudhary R, Solanki IS, Priya Ranjan Kumar (2013) New physiological disorders in papaya (Carica papaya L.). African Journal of Biotechnology, 13(4): 574-580.
Saran PL, Devi G, Kumar R(2013) Relative importance of biotic and physiological factors in mango (Mangifera indica L.) production under Doon valley conditions of Uttarakhand. Indian Journal of Horticulture, 70 (2): 287-289.
Saran PL, Kumar R, Gupta S (2011) Morphology and anatomy of burl disorder of mango in India. The Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, 86(5):443-445.
Saran PL, Kumar R (2011) Boron deficiency disorders in mango (Mangifera indica L.): Varietal screening, nutritional composition and ameliorative effect of boron application. Indian Journal of agricultural Sciences 81 (6): 506-510.
Saran PL, Ganga P Mall, Garhwal OP(2010) Economic impact of extensive pollination through honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) in peach orchard. Indian Journal of Horticulture, 67(4): 475-477.
Saran PL, Godara AK, Sehrawat SK (2010) Morphological variability among low chilling peach genotypes under Dehradun conditions. Indian Journal of Horticulture, 67(1): 30-33.
Samarina LS, Choudhary R, Kolomiets TM, Abilfazova YS, Saran PL (2014) In vitro conservation technique for Russian Citrus limon (L.) Burm. Agricultural Research, 3(4):279–283.
Saran PL, Johari RK, Kandpal K (2010) Association analysis in peach (Prunus persica L.) genotypes for yield and its contributing traits. Annals of Agricultural Research, 31(1&2): 28-31.
Saran PL, Choudhary R, Solanki IS (2014) PL-13/96: A new papaya selection, ICAR News (July-September), 20(3): 10-11.
Saran PL, Choudhary R, Solanki IS, Kanhaiya Singh (2013) New bottlenecks in seed production of papaya under North Eastern Plains Zone. New Initiatives. ICAR NEWS, A Science and Technology NewsLetter, 19(3): 4.
Kumar PR, Saran PL, Singh CB, Rao DUM (2015) Quality seed: An important input in green revolution (ICN: H-146/2015), ICAR, IARI Regional Station Pusa (Bihar), pp50.
Saran PL, Kumar R (2010) Aam ka pravardhan evam utpadan taknik. Research Bulletin No.173, GBPUA&T, Pantnagar, pp 40.
Singh SS, Vishal Nath, Ram S, Saran PL (2007) Litchi: Production and Export Technique (Hindi). Extension bulletin of Horticulture Technology Mission Project at G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dhakrani, Dehradun. Pp.45.
Ten days training programme for young farmers on Quality seed: An important input in green revolution was organized as a coordinator during 17-26 March, 2015 at IARI Regional Station, under ICAR Megha Seed Project in collaboration with the Bihar State Seed Certification Agency, Patna.
Ten days training programme for seed certification inspector, BSSCA, patna, technical officers and progressive farmers on “Quality Seed Production and Seed Certification” was organized as a coordinator during 17-26 March, 2013 at IARI Regional Station, under ICAR Megha Seed Project in collaboration with the Bihar State Seed Certification Agency, Patna.
Twelve one day training programmes were organized as an organizer for farmers and trained them on various aspects of fruits crops.
State committee member of NHB for evaluation of assisted projects for the Uttarakhand state during 2011-2012.
Other professional activities:
Life member of the Horticulture Society of India, New Delhi.
Life member of the Indian Society of Arid Horticulture, Bikaner.
Life member of the Horticulture Society of Haryana, Hisar.
Life member of the Pantnagar Journal of Research.
Life member of the “Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Association of India”, Anand.
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................................................................................Dr. Parmeshwar L. Saran
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