A Step Towards The Organic World “My Organic Village”

I am Mr Bhishma Raj regmi, 23, from Nepal. I have a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from the Tribhuvan University. I am young energetic Nepalese youth interested in organic farming. I am a bit more close to organic farming as my background is farming which is indigenous where chemical fertilizer and pesticide are not used and my study too focus on it. I had seen and known many bad impact of chemical farming so this had trigger me to make my own village an organic village and save mine future generation. So I had purposed a project to make mine own village a model organic village.

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principle of storage and storage structure


Improper storage of fresh fruits and vegetables may cause deterioration of both their flavor and nutrition profile. Proper storage of fresh fruits and vegetables is important to maintain the integrity of the product, prevent spoilage and illness and ensure that you get the best value for your purchasing dollar.

So , storage of vegetables and fruits after harvest may be defined as the way or methods of keeping them in an environment which ensures minimum deterioration or degradation of their quality and quantity until they reach to the hands of intended users/consumers. Read the rest of this entry

proposal on effect of temperature and packaging material on rose




LOCATION OF RESEARCH : Paklihawa horticultural farm


DURATION OF RESEARCH : Aug. 2014 – Feb. 2015


ADVISOR : Tej Prasad Sharma


RESEARCHER : Bhishma Raj Regmi


CONTACT : 9848433972


E-Mail : bhishmaregmi@yahoo.com


ADDRESS : Tikapur – 05, Kailali




Rose is a woody perennial of the genus Rosa, within the family Rosaceae. There are over 100 species of rose. They form a group of erect shrubs, and climbing or trailing plants, with stems that are often armed with sharp prickles. Flowers are large and showy, colors ranging from white through yellows and reds. Most species are native to Asia, with smaller numbers native to Europe, North America, and northwest Africa. Read the rest of this entry


                                                          ABSTRACT Post-harvest life of cut flower refers to the longevity of cut flower in the vase or duration of time in which a cut flower retains i266908715385393881_bVTDU3ik_fts desirable qualities while displaying in a vase. The cut flowers having the great scope in national and international market, different methods likes use of preservatives, handling carefully and storage properly should be followed. The longevity of post-harvest life of cut flower depends upon the different factors like genetic, environment, agronomic and chemical factors .So, proper management of these factors according to flower requirement must be done. Moreover, production and marketing of cut flowers can’t be done in satisfied way due to neglect of government and lack of knowledge about the importance of cut flower to the peoples. It has been concluded that, proper caring should be followed from flower seedling stage to its harvesting stage and further use of preservatives like 200 ppm 8-HQS combined with 2% sucrose solution has the beneficial effect over the commercial cut to delay flower senescence, enhance post-harvest quality and prolong the vase life of cut flowers. In the present review factor affecting and management of post-harvest life of cut flower are discussed.     Read the rest of this entry

introduction to personal computer

Computer is regarded asis a combination of super calculator and type writer with a big display. Now it is an electronic device that accepts input data, stores the data, does the arithmetic and logical operation and provides output or result according to the instruction fed to computer. Today, the main factor responsible for computer is knowledge, information, processing systems that are generally called ̔KIPS ᾿.The physical structure of the component of electronic data processing system is as follows: Read the rest of this entry