636th Day of CUBE chatShaala: "Grafting of Mango plants"

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636th Day of CUBE Chatshaala - 15/12/21
41 CUBists from 26 Centres had joined the webinar.

INDIA

Andhra Pradesh
Anoopa. O:Nellore

Delhi
Dr P. Chitralekha:DSC, Delhi

Goa
Vaishnavi:MHSS, Goa

Jammu and Kashmir
Saniya:Srinagar

Jharkhand
Man Masih Beck:Kokar, Ranchi
Rechel Tirkey:Morabadi, Ranchi

Kerala
Afshana Fathima:Varkala,Thiruvananthapuram
Devika S.L.:Varkala,Thiruvananthapuram
Meenakshy S R:Kilimanoor, Thiruvananthapuram
Abhijith Vinod:Muvattapuzha
Rishana S:Navaikulam,Thiruvananthapuram
Vinod Kumar K:Thrissur
Akhil Vinayak:Varkala, Thiruvananthapuram
Sara Kalamudeen:Varkala,Thiruvananthapuram

Madhya Pradesh
Komal Suman Singh:Gwalior

Maharashtra
Faizaan Shaikh:Adarsha Vidyalaya, Mumbai
Saida Bano Sayyed:Bandra, Mumbai
Arunan MC:Breach Candy, South Mumbai
Kiran Yadav:H B C S E Mumbai
Swapnil Dilip Kamble:Narayangaon ,Junnar Pune
Dr. Juby:Shree Narayan Guru College of Commerce
Abhijeet Singh:Ulwe, Navi Mumbai
Mamata Ramakant Chandrakar:Wardha

Tamil Nadu
Anjali Chauhan:Chennai
Aastha Ahuja:Madurai
Farzana Faisal:SNGC,Coimbatore

Uttar Pradesh
Hina mudgal:Kanpur

West Bengal
Batul Pipewala:Kolkata

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Grafting is a simple technology for propagation of unique wonderful plants. A most expensive variety of mango for its taste, fragrance and vibrant color is cultivated in Konkan, India with the grafted Alphonso, introduced by the Portuguese. But grafting was ruled out for monocots, cereal crops like rice. Cambridge, Swedish, US, Mexico, scientists have crossed this barrier; hats off to them. They have grafted wheat stem on oats roots! embryonic hypocotyl allows grafting in monocots