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VIGYAN VARTA
An International E-Magazine for Science Enthusiasts

Vigyan Varta An International E-Magazine for Science Enthusiasts is an online multidisciplinary peer reviewed magazine covering all the domains of science. Manuscripts that are well structured and organized in any relevant field of science are given preference. It publishes all types of writings including popular articles, newsletters, meeting reports, success stories, etc that undergo a peer review by the strong editorial team that we have.

Aim and Scope: The e-magazine aims to develop scientific writing skill and acumen among the researchers and academicians from various fields. Writing popular articles in a proper format (as mentioned in our e-magazine) can help the researchers learn the art of scientific writing that will help them publish quality research papers in their future. Also, reading the articles from different domains will help the readers gain insights and wider knowledge about the present world. 

E-ISSN: 2582-9467

Frequency of Publication: Monthly  

Language: English (only)

Starting Year/ Date of Commencement of the e-magazine: May, 2020

Mode/ Format of Publication: Online  

Moto: Happy Learning 

Founder

Miss Suvangi Rath



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Editorial

RETRACTION OF ARTCILE ALERT!!!!

It was very unfortunate to find that authors are found copying the thesis of others without their knowledge and publishing the unpublished data as articles in our magazine. As a disciplinary action, the concerned authorities were informed and a meeting was done with them. As a punishment, the article was retracted from the magazine and acceptance of the other article was withdrawn and heavy fine was imposed on the authors. 

Please note that Vigyan Varta is not responsible and is no longer accepting the publication of the below articles:


1. Use of Dried Distiller's Grains with Soluble (DDGS) in Fish Nutrition

2. Effect of Fungicide on Fishes 


Authors: Devarshi Ranjan. Priyanka Verma and Mayank Bhushan Singh


The certificates, articles and the acceptance emails stand null and void. 


Others are warned not to dare do such unethical practices!!!!

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Vigyan Varta is now the media partner in the 15 DAYS TRAINING CUM CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME ON TRENDING NOVEL TECHNOLOGIES IN AGRICULTURE, ANIMAL HUSBANDRY, FISHERIES SCIENCE, AND THEIR ALLIED SYSTEMS 

ORGANIZED BY- SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURE RESEARCH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (NEW DELHI) COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE (TRIPURA, LEMBUCHERA, WEST TRIPURA)

Mode- Virtual (Zoom App)

Jan 15th - Jan 30th, 2023

Foe any queries drop an email to [email protected]


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Agri-Startups in India

Mohit Kumar and Rohit Kumar Sharma

On the one hand, India is quickly becoming one of the world's largest markets, second only to China. On the other hand, India has a number of major issues to address, including education, infrastructure, agriculture, logistics, retail, and healthcare. This combination provides the most fertile ground for new enterprises. The incomes and consumption of not only the thriving middle class, but also the rural economy, are increasing rapidly. Startups will develop innovative descriptive business models to address the challenges that India faces. This is the most significant impact that startups will have on the Indian economy. This article provides an in-depth understanding of the Indian startup ecosystem.

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Nematode Management in Mushroom

P. Latha et. al.

The cropping pattern of mushrooms is characterized by a quick succession of fleshes at intervals of 6-8 days within a short duration of 6-8 weeks. Often the mushrooms are consumed fresh immediately after harvest. Thus, a specific management strategy needs to be planned for nematodes associated with this crop. Use of heat has been the most successful method of nematode control in mushroom cultivation. Biological control, if exploited, has a great potential in this crop. The possible biocontrol agents, advantageous to mushrooms are microorganisms, materials/ extracts, tolerant strains, and host resistance.

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Recent Advances in Mushroom Breeding Strategies

P. Latha et. al.

Increasing the yield and quality of crops as well as resistance to diseases are the primary goals for mushroom breeders in mushroom research. Methods of mass selection based on natural chance mutation as well as cross breeding and transgenic breeding are some of the methods carried out for this purpose. Protoplast fusion between different mushroom species, for example white and brown oyster mushrooms are experimented to obtain high productivity and long storage life.

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