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Farmers should complete sowing of Garlic till 30th September, Agriculture Experts

Farmers are advised to complete sowing of Garlic till 30th September. Agriculture Experts said for better production farmers should use 160kg clove per acre. Garlic is planted in single clove but bulbils are also used occasionally. In hilly area, this crop is planted in March-April where in plains it is planted from August to September. The quantity of planting material ...

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The gardeners should start the process of separating suckers from date palm trees, Agriculture Experts

Agricultural experts said that growers should begin to separate offshoots from date palm trees. Varieties such as Hillavi, Khudravi, Asil, Fasli, Dhakki, Basri, Halini and Zahidi, Muzawati, Begum Jangi and Halini produce bumper crops. They said that in Punjab there is a good production of dates in Jhang, Muzaffargarh, Dera Ghazi Khan and Bahawalpur. The process of separating suckers from ...

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Agricultural Experts says farmers are obtaining 60 maund per acre from Basmati varieties and 80 from ARI varieties.

Agriculture Experts said, progressive farmers of Pakistan are obtaining 60 maund per acre from Basmati varieties and 80 maund per acre from ARI varieties. Rice is one of the leading food crops of the world, an important staple food and cash crop of Pakistan. It contributes 15 percent to the foreign exchange earnings. Agriculture experts said that for better production ...

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Appropriate time for Berseem cultivation starts from last week of September and continues till 15th October.

Berseem is leguminous fodder crop and provide proteins and other minerals to animals. Appropriate time for Berseem cultivation starts from last week of September and continues till 15th October. It can be grown till December but when it is cultivated after appropriate time, then it gives less cuttings. Therefore, for the better production farmers are advised to cultivate berseem at ...

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Burning agriculture remnants should be avoided to reduce air pollution, Department of Agriculture

According to the Agriculture Department Punjab, the remnants of agriculture crops should be avoided, because it increases air pollution. According to a research, the suspended particles in the air should be 80 micrograms per cubic meter, but when the quantity is exceeded by this limit, the situation leads to air pollution which causes negative adverse effects on crops, fruits and ...

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Farmers are advised to complete soybean cultivation at appropriate time

Agricultural experts have said that farmers should cultivate soybean at appropriate time and should select fertile soil with good drainage for better production. They said if soybean kharif crop is planted at appropriate time, then growth occurs very smoothly. Selection of fertile loamy soil is very necessary for the cultivation of Soybean. Approved varieties such as Willams 82, NARC 1, ...

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Aquaponics- Growing Fish and Plants Together  Aquaponics is the combination of aquaculture (raising fish) and hydroponics (the soil-less growing of plants) that grows fish and plants together in one integrated system. The fish waste provides an organic food source for the plants, and the plants naturally filter the water for the fish. The third participants are microbes (nitrifying bacteria). ...

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Quail Farming

 Characteristics of Quail Quails are very small sized bird. An adult quail weights between 150 to 200 grams and an egg weights around 7 to 15 grams. Female quails start laying eggs within their 6 to 7 weeks of age and continuously lay one egg daily. They lay about 300 eggs in their first year of life. After that ...

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Drip Irrigation

 What is drip Irrigation? Drip Irrigation is the localized application of irrigation water to the crop. Drip irrigation systems save a lot of water. In drip irrigation systems, water is applied drop by drop through small holes called emitters. It can save up to 30-60% of water and can be used for almost all kind of orchards, row crops ...

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