Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding is a national institute formed in April, 1988 under the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE), an autonomous council under the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. To identify and evolve varieties of species used in afforestation and social forestry that will contribute to the national goal of achieving a growth of 3 to 4 cubic meters of biomass per ha per year within the ecological considerations applicable to the area.
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  • A report on the Training on ‘Quality Planting Material Producer’ under the Green [...]
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  • A Report on One day training on “Capacity building on the development of Tree rich [...]
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  • A report on visit of Dr. Sharad Singh Negi, IFS (Retd.) Chairman, Uttrakhand Villag [...]
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  • A report on National Workshop on Gall Inducing Arthropods on Forest Trees on July 17 [...]
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  • Hands on Training on 'Bioprospecting Instrumentation methods and Phytochemical analy [...]
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  • Signing of Memorandum of Agreement between IFGTB, Coimbatore and FCRI, TNAU, Mettupa [...]
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