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Start picking cotton when 50 percent of cotton fruit gains maturity

Punjab agriculture department has urged farmers to take special care of cotton during picking, its storage and transportation to market. Pakistani cotton was acknowledged in the entire world. Farmers are suggested to start picking cotton when 50 percent of cotton fruit gains maturity.The cotton picked from infected or immature fruits should be kept away from healthy cotton and they farmers ...

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Irrigation schedule for Moong Cultivation

Moong needs a well-distributed rainfall. Heavy rains at flowering are harmful, even moist winds at this stage interfere with fertilization.Being kharif crop green gram is not required irrigation unless there is dry spell during the kharif season. In summer irrigation should be given according to soil type. Irrigation interval should be 8-10 days in summer. Flowering and pod filling are ...

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Farmers know that rain water grows better and more abundant crops compared to bore hole or river irrigation.This can be explain scientificall. As Magnetic field breaks down minerals into smaller particles making them more bio-available to the plant cells. The bottom line results are dramatic: maximum hydration of healthy water with greater uptake of minerals results in greater yields, larger ...

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Pomegranate fungal diseases are a common issue in plants grown in wet regions during the spring and early summer.

The pomegranate tree originates in the Mediterranean. It prefers tropical to sub-tropical regions but some varieties can tolerate temperate zones. Pomegranate fungal diseases are a common issue in plants grown in wet regions during the spring and early summer. Other diseases in pomegranate are rarer and not permanently damaging to the tree. Pomegranates are fairly vigorous trees or shrubs which ...

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How to Treat Fruit Flies in Guavas

Guava trees produce sweet-smelling fruits with an edible rind and creamy white, yellow or pink flesh. Guavas thrive in tropical areas, but their adaptability allows them to survive a few degrees of frost in Mediterranean climates. When ripe, guavas emit a pungent, musky odor that attracts fruit flies. Fruit flies lay their eggs beneath the fruit’s skin, and the maggots ...

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A weed is any plant growing in a wrong place, usually considered undesirable.Uncontrolled weeds compete with the crop of interest for nutrients, moisture and space, and may completely suppress the crop if uncontrolled. They also harbour pests and diseases.Young maize seedlings can easily be overwhelmed by weeds.Weeds take full advantage of the wide rows and upright growth of maize, colonizing ...

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Irrigation requirements of Mint

Mint growers may not have many alternatives to consider. Water needs are critical most of the summer. If supplemental water is available from a well, by diversion from a less valuable crop, or by leasing, this may be enough, in combination with irrigation district water, to help produce a first cutting and keep the stand alive, or just to keep ...

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Plant more trees

Plants have a great role to keep the environment clean and fresh. In Turbat there is only one type of tree planted everywhere in the city and no other plant can be seen except the date tree which is a traditional tree in this region. According to a recent survey, the tree which is planted everywhere in Pakistan including Turbat ...

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Benefits of Beet Juice in Controlling High Blood Pressure

As age increases , you may experience high blood pressure and the stiffening of your lower heart chambers. But unlike your arm and leg muscles, your heart muscle should not get thicker, stiffer, and more pronounced, because these changes can lead to heart failure.Researchers found that adding half a liter of beet juice (also called beetroot juice) to healthy young ...

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