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Welcome to Vigyan Varta

Vigyan Varta is an online multidisciplinary magazine covering different domains of science. Manuscripts that are original, well structured and organized in any relevant field of science are published in this magazine. 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.

Our aim is to serve the academic community with quality, ethical and affordable publication along with developing scientific writing skills among the scholars. Besides publication of articles, Vigyan Varta also organises seminars, workshops, and special lectures on recent and contemporary topics of science and research.

Visit the different sections on our website to read the articles and know more about the submission procedure and other updates.

  • Started in: May, 2020
  • Frequency: Monthly
  • No. of issues per year: 12
  • Language: English only
  • E-ISSN: 2582-9467
  • Founder: Miss Suvangi Rath

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Two articles have been retracted and the authors have been fined heavily due to unethical publication practices. 


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For any doubts and queries, please feel free to email us to get your doubts or issues sorted (email: vigyanvarta@gmail).


Any sort of misbehavior by any member or author over mail or phone will be reviewed strictly as per our policy. 


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Vigyan Varta is the publication partner in the National Conference on Nurturing Agricultural Advancement and Sustainability 2024 (NAAAS 2024, 10-11Feb, 2024) jointly organized by Society of Agriculture Research and Social Development, New Delhi & Sampoorna International Institute of Agri Science and Horticultural Technology, Maddur in association with the University of Mysore, Mysuru.

Registration last date: 7th Feb, 2023

Click the link below for the brochure with all details and links 

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Current Article

In vivo Doubled Haploid Technology in Maize Breeding

M. G. Mallikarjuna et al.

The doubled haploid (DH) technology in maize aims to generate completely homozygous inbred lines in a shorter period than conventional line development methods. In maize, the in vivo DH method was more efficient than several in vitro methods, as the latter suffers from lower efficiency, high genotype specificity and the requirement of sophisticated facilities. Globally, many commercial and academic breeding programmes have adopted the in vivo DH technology as a regular line development method. Considering the gaining momentum of in vivo DH technology, we have summarised the principle, brief methodology, advantages, application, and prospects of in vivo DH technology in maize breeding for general and potential readers.

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Thriving Health: Cultivating Medicinal Plants in Hydroponic Harmony

Daneshwari Patil and Lokinder Sharma

This article takes comprehensive look at hydroponics, the importance, and its technologies in medicinal plants. Medicinal plants are increasingly cultivated on a commercial scale to satisfy the large demand for natural remedies. These species are generally grown in open field, which results in large year-to-year variability in both secondary metabolism and biomass production. Hydroponic technology may be applied to produce high-standard plant material all year-round in consideration of the possibility to control growing conditions and to stimulate secondary metabolism by appropriate manipulation of mineral nutrition. This article explores the use of different hydroponic systems to cultivate medicinal plants.

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Contents-Volume 5, Issue 2

February 2024

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