About the Practice
Problem Statement:

As it increase the production of Piper colubrinum , which is disease resistant


The innovator has been doing budding of ordinary pepper with Piper colubrinum, a wild variety successfully for the past 8 years. Many farmers in Kerala and Karnataka are using budded plants based on his advice. It can be propagated by ordinary pepper with Piper colubrinum, a wild variety, which could withstand disease and pest attack. The cuttings of Piper colubrinum is collected in December and January and planted in polythene bags. Source: http://nif.org.in/innovation/propagation__of__pepper/143

About the Innovator

Knowledge Provider / Innovator: Jose Madhavath
Address: "Andoor, Marangattupilly,
City: Kottayam
State: Kerala
PIN Code 686635

Practice Details

Link: It is being monsoon it is replanted in the field. When it attains 2-ft height, it is cut at 1.5 ft and the pepper is budded on to it. The budded portion is covered with plastic. Within one month the wound will heal. Source: http://nif.org.in/innovation/propagation__of__pepper/143
Manufacturing Capacity: a) Turnkey solution, b) Design Support, c) Sub-contracting, d) Licensing, e) Franchising, f) Any other:
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Problem Scale: 1) India 2) Around the world

GIAN Reference: GIAN/UAL/1161

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