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The cultivation of mulberry plants for harvsting the leaves to be used for the sikworms is called moriculture.

After all the scientific name of mulberry tree is Morus Alba.

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 Mulberry trees are cultivated this process is called moriculture. This is mainly for silkworms.

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Moriculture is science of mulberry plant cultivation. Hence sericulture or silk production is dependent on moriculture.

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MULBERY CULTIVATION

In commercial cultivation, the mulberry garden is generally established through stem cuttings. However, due to variation in soil, moisture status, fluctuations in temperature and non-adoption of recommended methods of planting by farmers, the initial establishment is not always satisfactory having large number of gaps. As an alternate method, planting saplings instead of cuttings is found to be advantageous as it takes cares of variation in growth.

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moriculture is science of mulberry plant cultivation. hence sericulture or silk production is dependent on moriculture.


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MULBERY CULTIVATION

In commercial cultivation, the mulberry garden is generally established through stem cuttings. However, due to variation in soil, moisture status, fluctuations in temperature and non-adoption of recommended methods of planting by farmers, the initial establishment is not always satisfactory having large number of gaps. As an alternate method, planting saplings instead of cuttings is found to be advantageous as it takes cares of variation in growth.

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Moriculture is science of mulberry plant cultivation. Hence sericulture or silk production is dependent on moriculture.

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The raw silk industry is dependent upon sericulture and sericulture is dependent onmoriculture. In order to increase cocoon production and also to reduce production costs, moriculture techniques must by improved. This work describes the means of increasing productivity of mulberry.
 
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Moriculture refers to the scientific name of Silkworm which is Bombyx Mori .The whole process of obtaining silk fibres from Silkworms is known as Sericulture . 
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The cultivation of mulberry plants for harvesting the leaves to be used for the silkworms
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Cultivation of mulberry plants and harvesting its leaves for its further use by silk worms is called moriculture.
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MORICULTRE is the cultivation of mulberry trees for rearing silk worms
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Collection of mulbery leaves for silkworms are called moriculture
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THE PROCESS OF CULTIVATING MULBERRY TREES US CALLED MORICULTURE
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Mori culture is a process in which silkworms are boiled in hot water to take the raw silk from the cocoon
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THE PROCESS OF REARING MULBERRY TREES FOR SERICULTURE IS CALLED MORICULTURE
WHY?
BECAUSE: 
*SILKWORMS LARGELY FEED ONLY ON MULBERRY LEAVES
*THE SCIENTIFIC NAME OR MULBERRY IS MORUS ALBA
*THUS, MORICULTUR IS DERIVED FROM THE WORD MORUS ALBA, MEANING MULBERRY
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Cultivation of the mulberry plants.
sericulture or silk production is dependent on moriculture
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My Dear Friend,The Anwser to the question: Moriculture?is the production of mulberry leaves. Mulberry leaves are the leaves that are eaten by silkworms.
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Cultivation of Mulberry plants are called moriculture. It is used for cultivation of silk from silkworm. Silkworms feed on mulberry plants which helps them to produce silk. The cultivation of silkworm is also called sericulture. It is a commercial fiber of animal origin other than wool and is an eco-friendly, and biodegradable


In small words Cultivation of mulberry plant is called moriculture.
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Mulberry Cultivation (Moriculture):

Cultivation of mulberry plants is called moriculture. There are over 20 species of mulberry, of which four are common: Morus alba, M. indica, M. serrata and M latifolia. Mulberry is propagated either by seeds, root- grafts or stem cuttings, the last one being most common. Cuttings, 22-23 cm long with 3-4 buds each and pencil thick, are obtained from mature stem. These are planted directly in the field or first in nurseries to be transplanted later. After the plants have grown, pruning is carried out routinely which serves two purposes, induction of growth and sprouting of new shoots.

Harvesting of leaves for feeding larva is done in three ways: leaf picking, branch cutting and top shoot harvesting. In leaf picking, individual leaves are handpicked. In branch cutting method, entire branch with leaves are cut and offered to 3rd instar larva. In top shoot harvesting, the tops of shoots are clipped and given to the 4th & 5th instars. The yield and quality of leaf depend upon the agronomic practices for cultivation of mulberry trees, namely irrigation, application of fertilizers etc. It is estimated that 20,000 to 25,000 kg of leaves can be harvested per hectare per year under optimum conditions. It has also been estimated that to rear one box of 20,000 eggs, 600-650 kg of leaves are required for spring rearing and 500-550 kg for autumn rearing in Japan. In India, to rear 20,000 eggs the quantity of leaves required is about 350-400 kg.

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Cultivation of Mulberry plants are called?MORICULTURE . It is used for cultivation of silk from silkworm............. The cultivation of silkworm is also called SERICULTURE . It is a commercial fiber of animal origin other than wool and is an eco-friendly, biodegradable and self-sustaining material.
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Cultivation of Mulberry plants are called?MORICULTURE . It is used for cultivation of silk from silkworm............. The cultivation of silkworm is also called SERICULTURE . It is a commercial fiber of animal origin other than wool and is an eco-friendly, biodegradable and self-sustaining material.
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Moriculture is cultivation of mulberry trees for feeding of sil worms
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Cultivation of mulberry plants is called moriculture. There are over 20 species of mulberry, of which four are common: Morus alba, M. indica, M. serrata and M latifolia. Mulberry is propagated either by seeds, root- grafts or stem cuttings, the last one being most common. Cuttings, 22-23 cm long with 3-4 buds each and pencil thick, are obtained from mature stem. These are planted directly in the field or first in nurseries to be transplanted later. After the plants have grown, pruning is carried out routinely which serves two purposes, induction of growth and sprouting of new shoots.

Harvesting of leaves for feeding larva is done in three ways: leaf picking, branch cutting and top shoot harvesting. In leaf picking, individual leaves are handpicked. In branch cutting method, entire branch with leaves are cut and offered to 3rd instar larva. In top shoot harvesting, the tops of shoots are clipped and given to the 4th & 5th instars. The yield and quality of leaf depend upon the agronomic practices for cultivation of mulberry trees, namely irrigation, application of fertilizers etc. It is estimated that 20,000 to 25,000 kg of leaves can be harvested per hectare per year under optimum conditions. It has also been estimated that to rear one box of 20,000 eggs, 600-650 kg of leaves are required for spring rearing and 500-550 kg for autumn rearing in Japan. In India, to rear 20,000 eggs the quCultivation of mulberry plants is called moriculture. There are over 20 species of mulberry, of which four are common: Morus alba, M. indica, M. serrata and M latifolia. Mulberry is propagated either by seeds, root- grafts or stem cuttings, the last one being most common. Cuttings, 22-23 cm long with 3-4 buds each and pencil thick, are obtained from mature stem. These are planted directly in the field or first in nurseries to be transplanted later. After the plants have grown, pruning is carried out routinely which serves two purposes, induction of growth and sprouting of new shoots.

Harvesting of leaves for feeding larva is done in three ways: leaf picking, branch cutting and top shoot harvesting. In leaf picking, individual leaves are handpicked. In branch cutting method, entire branch with leaves are cut and offered to 3rd instar larva. In top shoot harvesting, the tops of shoots are clipped and given to the 4th & 5th instars. The yield and quality of leaf depend upon the agronomic practices for cultivation of mulberry trees, namely irrigation, application of fertilizers etc. It is estimated that 20,000 to 25,000 kg of leaves can be harvested per hectare per year under optimum conditions. It has also been estimated that to rear one box of 20,000 eggs, 600-650 kg of leaves are required for spring rearing and 500-550 kg for autumn rearing in Japan. In India, to rear 20,000 eggs the quCultivation of mulberry plants is called moriculture. There are over 20 species of mulberry, of which four are common: Morus alba, M. indica, M. serrata and M latifolia. Mulberry is propagated either by seeds, root- grafts or stem cuttings, the last one being most common. Cuttings, 22-23 cm long with 3-4 buds each and pencil thick, are obtained from mature stem. These are planted directly in the field or first in nurseries to be transplanted later. After the plants have grown, pruning is carried out routinely which serves two purposes, induction of growth and sprouting of new shoots.

Harvesting of leaves for feeding larva is done in three ways: leaf picking, branch cutting and top shoot harvesting. In leaf picking, individual leaves are handpicked. In branch cutting method, entire branch with leaves are cut and offered to 3rd instar larva. In top shoot harvesting, the tops of shoots are clipped and given to the 4th & 5th instars. The yield and quality of leaf depend upon the agronomic practices for cultivation of mulberry trees, namely irrigation, application of fertilizers etc. It is estimated that 20,000 to 25,000 kg of leaves can be harvested per hectare per year under optimum conditions. It has also been estimated that to rear one box of 20,000 eggs, 600-650 kg of leaves are required for spring rearing and 500-550 kg for autumn rearing in Japan. In India, to rear 20,000 eggs the quCultivation of mulberry plants is called moriculture. There are over 20 species of mulberry, of which four are common: Morus alba, M. indica, M. serrata and M latifolia. Mulberry is propagated either by seeds, root- grafts or stem cuttings, the last one being most common. Cuttings, 22-23 cm long with 3-4 buds each and pencil thick, are obtained from mature stem. These are planted directly in the field or first in nurseries to be transplanted later. After the plants have grown, pruning is carried out routinely which serves two purposes, induction of growth and sprouting of new shoots.

Harvesting of leaves for feeding larva is done in three ways: leaf picking, branch cutting and top shoot harvesting. In leaf picking, individual leaves are handpicked. In branch cutting method, entire branch with leaves are cut and offered to 3rd instar larva. In top shoot harvesting, the tops of shoots are clipped and given to the 4th & 5th instars. The yield and quality of leaf depend upon the agronomic practices for cultivation of mulberry trees, namely irrigation, application of fertilizers etc. It is estimated that 20,000 to 25,000 kg of leaves can be harvested per hectare per year under optimum conditions. It has also been estimated that to rear one box of 20,000 eggs, 600-650 kg of leaves are required for spring rearing and 500-550 kg for autumn rearing in Japan. In India, to rear 20,000 eggs the quCultivation of mulberry plants is called moriculture. There are over 20 species of mulberry, of which four are common: Morus alba, M. indica, M. serrata and M latifolia. Mulberry is propagated either by seeds, root- grafts or stem cuttings, the last one being most common. Cuttings, 22-23 cm long with 3-4 buds each and pencil thick, are obtained from mature stem. These are planted directly in the field or first in nurseries to be transplanted later. After the plants have grown, pruning is carried out routinely which serves two purposes, induction of growth and sprouting of new shoots.

Harvesting of leaves for feeding larva is done in three ways: leaf picking, branch cutting and top shoot harvesting. In leaf picking, individual leaves are handpicked. In branch cutting method, entire branch with leaves are cut and offered to 3rd instar larva. In top shoot harvesting, the tops of shoots are clipped and given to the 4th & 5th instars. The yield and quality of leaf depend upon the agronomic practices for cultivation of mulberry trees, namely irrigation, application of fertilizers etc. It is estimated that 20,000 to 25,000 kg of leaves can be harvested per hectare per year under optimum conditions. It has also been estimated that to rear one box of 20,000 eggs, 600-650 kg of leaves are required for spring rearing and 500-550 kg for autumn rearing in Japan. In India, to rear 20,000 eggs the qu
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Moriculture can be defined as the process of cultivating mulberry plants in order to obtain feed for silk worms.
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moriculture can be defined as the process of cultivation of Mulberry plant in order to obtain feed for silk worm in India close to 3 lakh hectrozationof the farm land is known as contain to the cultivation of Mulberry plant
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Moriculture can be defined as the process of cultivating mulberry plants in order to obtain feed for silkworms.
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Moriculture can be defined as the process of cultivating mulberry plants in order to obtain feed for silkworms. In India, close to 3,00,000 hectares of farmland is known to be committed to the cultivation of mulberry plants.
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Process of cultivating mulberry plants in order to obtain feed from silkworm is known as moriculture
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Moriculture can be defined as the process of cultivating mulberry plants in order to obtain feed for silkworms. In India, close to 3,00,000 hectares of farmland is known to be committed to the cultivation of mulberry plants. Initially, the approximate yield of each hectare was known to range from 12000 to 15000 kilograms of mulberry leaves. However, advancements in the field of agricultural technology have brought about a great increase in the productivity of these farmlands. For example, the plantation of high yielding varieties of the mulberry plant and the proper maintenance of the mulberry plantation can result in each hectare offering a yield ranging from 25000 to 35000 kilograms of mulberry leaves. It is important to note that moriculture plays a vital role in the practice of sericulture.
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The cultivation of Mulberry is called Moriculture.
Moriculture is done mainly for silkworms.
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The production of mulberry leaves which is eaten by silkworms to produce silk.
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Moriculture?can be defined as the process of cultivating mulberry plants in order to obtain feed for silkworms.
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The cultivation of mulberry plants for harvsting the leaves to be used for the sikworms is called moriculture.

After all the scientific name of mulberry tree is?Morus Alba.
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The cultivation of mulberry plants for harvsting the leaves to be used for the sikworms is called moriculture.

After all the scientific name of mulberry tree is?Morus Alba.
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The cultivation of mulberry plants for harvsting the leaves to be used for the sikworms is called moriculture.

After all the scientific name of mulberry tree is?Morus Alba.
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The cultivation of mulberry plants for harvsting the leaves to be used for the sikworms is called moriculture.

After all the scientific name of mulberry tree is?Morus Alba.
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