In the year 1972 the Central Institute of Subtropical Horticulture was established as Central Mango Research Station. However it regained itâs name as CISH in the year 1995. It does a varied research on the subtropical fruits. The institute has two experimental farms one at Rehmankhera and other one at Raebareli, Lucknow. The Rehmankhera research farm has a coverage area of 132.5 hectare with 4 blocks. Road campus has an area about 13.2 hectare. It has fully equipped experimental facilities, equipments, laboratories, orchards and nursery. It is recognised by IGNOU, New Delhi. It has collaborations with Jhnasi and Lucknow University, Allahabad Agricultural Institute to name a few. The major motive of this research institute is to apply modern research technologies in the enhancement of productivity and development of subtropical fruits. To behave as a national repository to the subtropical fruits. To provide human resource development and consultancy to the stake holders and to form agreements and linkages with national and international agencies. It also aims in studying the morphological and genetic characteristics of the subtropical fruits. It ensures crop breeding through the implementation of modern breeding techniques and genetic engineering. It also work out on the enhancement of the productivity under natural circumstances like abiotic and abiotic stress, farming techniques, crops used, materials employed. It also ensures the data storage for further retrieval and implications to crop culture.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture that are published in OMICS International journals.