Post harvest handling operations in the field - â¦ Nutmeg, rubber, coconut, cacao. Annu Rev Biomed Sci 2009;11:21-29. Myristica fragrans is an evergreen tree that produces two spices, nutmeg and mace. Major diseases of Arecanut are:-1.Arecanut Foot rot or Anabe roga: Ganoderma lucidum Symptom: The leaf lets in the outer holes of leaves become yellow and spread to the whole leaf and the leaves drooping down covering the stem. Diseases of Large Cardamom and Nutmeg 157 23. The diseases of the hepatobiliary system 1. also well aware of nutmegâs hallucinogenic properties and used it in high doses as a psychoactive drug. Diseases of Small Cardamom 152 22. Harvesting 2. Context 2: Nutmeg - Historically, an economic, social, cultural, ecological commodity of importance in Aceh Selatan, Nutmeg is a conservation tree with many benefits - Nutmeg production highly affected by conflict: 60-80% of nutmeg tree were destroyed by pest and diseases - Aceh nutmeg is renowned for its high mirisyticyn oil content. (2005). THE HEPATOBILIARY SYSTEM By Dr.Varughese George Department of Pathology 2. and Viral Diseases affecting Black Pepper in Brazil. Dutch dishes use the seasonings in ground form. Its price was astronomically high and kept so by the Dutch, who burned their own nutmeg warehouses down to assure the laws of supply and demand did not lower the spiceâs value. 1. Planting 3. Major Vanilla diseases are:-1.Vanilla Root rot: Fusarium sp., Sclerotium sp. Nutmeg used as condiment in sweet foods. Nutmeg oil is used in cosmetics and toiletries.. Health Benefits of Nutmeg:- The following are some of the health benefits of Nutmeg. Post Harvest Diseases of Vegetable, Ornamental and Spice Crops 175 26. Diseases of Coriander 164 24. Jaiswal P, Kumar P, Singh VK, Singh DK. nutmeg ppt Fertilizing 5. Selected Literature 180 27. This is internal diseases and an external treatment doesnât work. If the infection is severe, this disease leads to ulcers followed by fin and tail rot and falling off. Section III - Post harvest handling. Propagation 2. The disease is endemic to most tea-growing areas of Asia but is not known to occur in Africa or the Americas. Section II - Nutmeg cultivation. Symptom: Browning of roots leading to rotting and decay. Pest, diseases and their control 8. Cloudy, wet weather favors infection. The product, known as nutmeg butter, is a highly aromatic, orange coloured fat with the consistency of butter at ambient temperature. Yellowing of leaves stems and leaves becoming flaccid, shrivelled and giving a drooping appearance. Nutmeg contains 25-40 per cent of fixed oil that can be obtained by pressing the crushed nuts between plates in the presence of steam or by extracting with solvents. Cultivation practice. Glossary 181 Subject Index 187 Irrigation 6. x Diseases of Vegetable, Ornamental and Spice Crops 21. Pruning 4. Biological Effects of Myristica fragrans. Nutmeg oleoresin used in preparation of meat products, soups, sauces, baked foods, puddings etc. 1. Pepper Production Guide for Asia and the Pacific. Nutmeg PPx - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt / .pptx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. Diseases of Clove, Cinnamon and Fenugreek 169 25. International Pepper Community, Indonesia. Blister blight Pathogen: Exobasidium vexans Blister blight is the most serious disease affecting shoots of tea and is capable of causing enormous crop loss. George, C.K., Anandan Abdullah and Chapman, K., eds. Weed control 7. Red Pest: Symptoms: The main symptoms of this disease are bloody streaks on body, fins and tail. Learning Objectives â¢ Introduction â¢ Chronic Venous Congestion of Liver â¢ Fatty Change in Liver â¢ Alcoholic Liver Disease â¢ Cirrhosis of Liver â¢ Cholelithiasis and Chronic Cholecystitis â¢ Tumors 3. Focus on Pepper (Piper nigrum L.), 2(2): 1-14 [A comprehensive account of disease mana gement in black pepper in Brazil].