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Coriander crop require Proper irrigation to increase yield

Agriculture Experts said coriander crop require proper irrigation to increase yield. Excess water damage coriander crop. Experts recommended that after cultivation of coriander dont give water till 15-20 days and when plant reach 4 to 5 inch than start hoeing.It is a cool season crop. Cool weather is favourable for its cultivation. It is susceptible to mild frost.Following are the ...

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Agriculture department has announced certified seeds for sugarcane September cultivation

Sugarcane is an important industrial and cash crop in Pakistan and in many countries of the world. Agriculture department has announced certified seeds for sugarcane September cultivation .Certified seeds CPF 242, CP 77-400, CPF 237,HSF 260 are recommended.There are two planting seasons: Rabi or fall sowing in September – November and spring sowing in February – March. Fall planting starts ...

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Start cultivation of Cauliflower :Agriculture Experts

For early crop the vegetable is sown between May and August and transplanted between early July and September. For late crop, it is sown between September and October and is transplanted between October and November. To cultivate healthy and free of disease nursery, following precaution should be taken: Land full of chemical fertilizer should be chosen; water drainage should be ...

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Protect rice yields and quality by preventing disease

There are certain steps all rice growers must take to establish a crop: get a healthy, uniform stand with a good variety, fertilize properly, water effectively and control weeds, especially grasses.However, once the crop is in permanent flood, then the focus turns to protecting its yield potential, and that means guarding against disease. It’s very important to protect your crop ...

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Weed Management in Chick pea

Crop yield losses due to weeds in Chickpea have been estimated to range from 30 to 50 per cent.Hand weeding at 25 and 50 days after planting has been very effective in controlling weeds.Pre emergence application of 1.5 kg a.i/ha of nitrogen or 0.5 kg a.i/ha of prometryne were effective.Pre-plant incorporation of 1 kg a.i/ha of Basaline showed good weed ...

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Rose cultivation requires well drained sandy loam soils and requires pH of 6 to 7.5.

Soils rich in organic matter and well drained sandy loam soils are suitable for Rose cultivation. For good growth it requires pH of 6 to 7.5. It is sensitive to waterlogging so provide proper drainage and remove excess water.To bring soil to fine tilth, carry out ploughing and hoeing operations. Prepare bed for cultivation, 4-6 weeks before planting. While preparing ...

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