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nehaag

A hoticulturist by profession and housewife by choice

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Location: Kolkata, India

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Experience

Work Experience

Jan 2012 - Present (2 years)

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Have delivered lectures in seminars and done research in MSC

Education

BSc in Botany

2004-2007

MSC in Hoticulture (agriculture)

2007-2009

Certifications

Bonsai & Grafting

Shikshayatan College

Workshop for bonsai and grafting was done where making up of bonsaic plants and the art of plant grafting via different modern techniques were demonstrated and conducted.

Seminar on Variations with the Cultivars in the Vase Life of Cut Gerbera Flowers

North East Indian Universities in association with Kalyani University

The seminar was conducted to show the variation in the different types of gerbera cultivars to show the difference in their vase lives using the same preservatives for each of them, keeping them under the same condition of temperature and pressure.

Seminar on Post Harvest Behaviour of Gerbera jamesonii

Department of Horticulture, Calcutta University, Ballygunge Science College

The seminar was put up to show how physiologically same chosen flowers of Gerbera jamesonii responded to the different preservatives under the same condition of temperature and pressure.

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Journal

B.C.K.V

Post harvest behaviour of Gerbera jamesonii