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    Exhibition-cum-sale of grapes begins at Grape Research Station

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    Exhibition-cum-sale of grapes begins at Grape Research Station

    Rajendranagar: Following the auction sale of the propagated varieties of grapes, the authorities at Grape Research Station Rajendranagar have got formally announced the opening of Exhibition-cum-Sale of Grapes in the post from February 25 onwards.

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    Nearly 61 tabular array, raisin, , and beverage made from fermented grapes varieties of grapes were grown in the post this measure the time or duration of an event, and visitors testament be allowed to pluck and penchant during the event that is held once a year. Two varieties such as H-516, also known as (ARI 516) and ManjariMedika, besides a tabular array diversity called ManjariShyama, were pose to exhibit which was recommended to Telangana State by Sri Konda Laxman Telangana State Horticultural University (SKLTSHU).

    Ahead of the opening of the exposition, the Research Station provides an opportunity for a room used for reading and writing and studying tour for the students of one of the schools in Rajendranagar to educate them about the throughput involved in the propagation and pruning of dissimilar varieties of grape vines in the building or place providing a particular service.

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    It is pertinent to remark here that, the Grape Research Station running under the patronage of SKLTSHU has been selected under the announcement of a theatrical event introduced by Telangana State Council of Science and Technology (TSCOST) wherein the students from local government greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount educational institution testament be allowed to travel to the post as component part of the scientific discipline solar day celebrations.

    It is against this backdrop the SKLTSHU Grape Research Station Rajendranagar, in formal organization of people with the National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC) and Telangana State Council of Science and Technology (TSCOST), has celebrated ‘National Science Day’ today wherein the students of 9th Standard from Budvel Government School were allowed to travel to the post as a room used for reading and writing and studying tour.

    Explaining about the announcement of a theatrical event, Dr K. Venkat Lakshmi, Scientist (Horticulture) and Head Grape Research Station, Rajendranagar, said, “Students as well as grape growing farmers turned up to the event in a grand scale and learn about the scientific methods involved in growing different varieties of berries in the station.”

    Dr Suresh Kumar, Zonal Head Sri Konda Laxman Telangana State Horticultural University Grape Research Station Rajendranagar (SKLTSHU) was the Chief Guest of the announcement of a theatrical event. He underlined the of National Science Day and urged the students to embrace scientific discipline as it helps them to extend in one or more directions their skyline of cognition.

    Dr K Venkat Lakshmi, while addressing the gathering, emphasized the health benefits of the grapes more than mouth-watering penchant. On this time of a particular event, dissimilar varieties of grapes were also pose on exhibit for the students as oil as the grape growers, wherein the experts taught them about the grafting, pruning, and propagation techniques, especially for preparing risin.

    Scientists Dr B. Naveen Kumar and Dr Venkat Ramesh were also intermediate between past and future on the time of a particular event.

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