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STUDY ON GOVERNMENT GARDENS AT FOREST BEATS IN COASTAL PURBA MEDINIPUR OF WEST BENGAL

Author(s):

Manika Das

Keywords:

Governmental Gardens, Jellingham, Khejuri, Sankarpur and Nijkasba, management

Abstract

A large number of plant conservatory found in different parts of the globe but easy and sophisticated conservatory is nursery mad by nature as scared groves, natural forest or vegetation sites, sites of no disturbance even natural pockets with minimum interference. Normally plants grow there where naturally environmental factors play a vital role without any great fluctuations and all the ecological factors interacts with great pace in relation to good biological carriers indeed it is true that natural forces also. But due to excessive human pressure we are loosening the tight interactions even unpredicted loss of propagules in proximity of settlement during onset of germination. Grazing, browsing, soil loss, heavy rainfall, water logging condition, high tide, thick deposition of mud, altered seasonal duration, pathogenic attack, fire, settlement of buildings, roads, construction of monuments, changing pattern of land mass and establishment of new industries make it complete under the heading eco-degradation. In coastal Purba Medinipur area people facing loss of land due to landslides at the shoreline, high salinity, alkalinity and water logging condition that fit for fishery or fishing but not fit for agriculture or horticulture even not fit for nursery on ground. Successive and continuous cyclonic attack and saline water change the quality of soil. Therefore it is highly recommended that we need manmade nursery with scientific management that can raise nursery seedlings to re-vegetate the land and conserve the diversity of the area in addition to the ecosystem management in near future. In this communication, case studies show an idea of raised seedlings on four Governmental nurseries which have been presented with a brief structural and functional management to fulfil the general needs of people in coastal Purba Medinipur.

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Paper ID: IJSARTV
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 7
Publication Date: 7/7/2019

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