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Black spots in Roses.

Roses deal with various diseases from the opening of the first leaf to the picking of the flower. Black spot is mostly dead among them, which is tarnishing the beauty of the rose. Gardeners should pay special attention to the pruning of rose plants and cut and burn all the fallen infected leaves and branches to prevent the spread of ...

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Farmers should immediately remove weak plants from sesame fields so that these plants do not infect other healthy plants, agriculture expert

The agriculture expert has instructed the sesame growers to keep a close watch on the crop and when the 6-8 leaves come out, the weak plants should be removed from the field immediately. Likewise the distance between the plants should be 10 to 15 cm and 4 to 6 inches and good return can be attained by getting rid of ...

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Dehydration can severely affect java plum (jamun) production

Gardeners should not let the java plum plants become dehydrated. If the plants do not get enough water, the java plum plants production can be severely affected.Gardeners should water the java plum plants every 7 to 10 days and prune the diseased branches before flowering.

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Farmers are instructed to start the cultivation of black cumin on time

Agriculture experts instructed the farmers to start the cultivation of black cumin on time and said that black cumin is a very important and medicinal plant with medicinal properties . Its leaves and roots are used in the treatment of various diseases. It is also used to cure various stomach diseases, so its cultivation can be done from June to ...

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Weed eradication can increase gram production: agriculture expert

Weed eradication can increase gram production. The gram crop is damaged by piyazi, batho, chhankni boti, lahli, rat phalai, dambi citi and rewari. Rotary is an easy way to get rid of weeds, when the number of weeds is low. The use of chemical spray is an effective way to control weeds, but they should be used with extreme caution ...

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Control of bacterial blight in the pomegranate.

Bacterial blight has become an increasingly serious threat for pomegranate cultivation causing yield losses up to 80% under epidemic conditions. The disease manifests itself on all aerial parts of the plants such as leaf, stem, and fruits. Initially, there are small, water-soaked lesions on the lower surface of the leaves. As the disease progresses, the spots also grow, increase their ...

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Instruction to irrigate the rice field a couple of days before uprooting the basmati varieties nurseries of rice.

Agriculture experts have instructed the farmers to irrigate the rice field a couple of days before uprooting the seedlings of basmati nurseries of rice so that the soil is soft, the plants can be uprooted easily and the seedlings cannot be damaged.

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Fruits that fall to the ground cause the flies to breed.

Agriculture expert said that citrus fruits falling on the ground have become a breeding ground for bees. Thus, gardeners are instructed to quickly pick up the fallen fruit in the orchards and bury them elsewhere to protect the garden from the attack of fruit flies.Instant light hoeing under infected fruit trees of citrus destroys the bee’s pupa in sunlight.However, 5 ...

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Farmers can start the cultivation of saffron in July.

Saffron is the most costly spice which is derivate from the stigmas of the saffron flower. It is used in cuisines of different countries and is produced very rarely across the world. The financial returns of growing saffron are much more and one-time investment in sowing gives benefits for several years. Due to the high financial returns, local farmers call ...

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