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Farmers are directed to continue pest scouting to prevent rice crop from white back hopper, stem borer and rice leaf folder.

There is likely to increase the invasion of white back hopper, stem borer and rice leaf folder on rice because of climatic change and environment change including moisture in the atmosphere. So farmer should not show any negligence or deficiency in this regard and keep a close watch on the crop and if the insect attack on rice crop exceed ...

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Advanced technology sugarcane planter imported

To ensure maximum cultivation in the field, an advanced sugarcane planter is imported from holland that will cultivate sugarcane on one acre of land in one hour. These planters are imported from the “John Dear Company” of holland. This machine will not only save time and investment in preparing the land but will also increase the growth by 20 to ...

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Instruction to complete mint cultivation by the end of September

The mint cultivation is directed to be completed by the end of September. Since this month is the best season for cultivating, so make sure to complete the cultivation in this period so that it can produce better yields.

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Spray irrigation for the vegetables sown in homes

People who have cultivated summer vegetables under kitchen gardening program at home should water the vegetables in the morning or evening with spray instead of flood so that seeds and vegetables can be protected from damage. The nursery of vegetables should be planted under the small tunnel formed from net or muslin cloth to protect the small plants from birds, ...

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Direction of timely removal of weeds, pruning and fertilizers for better production per acre of sunflower

Farmers pay special attention to weedicide, pruning and fertilizer use after sunflower cultivation. Factors affecting the production per acre of sunflower are the weeds because their abundance and rapid growth cause less availability of food, water and light for crop. The first eight weeks of sunflower germination are extremely important. To remove sunflower weeds, it can be done with hoeing ...

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Experts Warn Of Pink Boll Worm Attack As Cotton Crop Nears Maturity

Director Central Cotton Research Institute Multan warned farmers to get ready with suitable remedies and material against pink bollworm that usually hits cotton in Punjab early due to early maturing varieties and attains intensity after September15.In a release issued here Wednesday, Dr Zahid Mahmood advised farmers to pluck 100 green cotton bolls of the age of 14 to 28 days ...

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Potato Cultivation Should Start Immediately: Experts

The agriculture experts have advised growers to start cultivation of potato immediately and complete it by mid of October to get bumper yield. A spokesman for the agriculture department said here Wednesday that potato was used largely in the country because it was a rich source of proteins, carbohydrates, potassium and sodium etc.He said the last half of September was ...

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Instructions to cultivate turnip

Recommended varieties of turnip like desi red, purple top and golden ball should be cultivated for better production. Select fertile land having soil with better drainage system. To prepare the field, plough the land with mould board plough thoroughly followed by planking to make the soil porous and soft. Use one bag of DAP and one bag of potash per ...

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Make sure to cultivate coarse grains after seed grading to get the best yield of gram

To get the best yield of gram, the number of plants should be 85 to 95 thousand per acre and after seed grading the use of coarse grains should be ensured. Because in the case of coarse grains, healthy plants begin to germinate from the beginning of cultivation and their good growth it produces a significant increase in yield. Gram ...

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Organic Compost Beneficial For Crops

Utilization of organic compost will play an important role in cultivating various crops which will be beneficial for farmers due to low cost. The vegetables, fruits, wheat, rice and other upland crops production could be enhanced after utilization of organic compost comparing with the use of chemical fertilizer.A survey showed that organic compost was much beneficial in cultivating crops and ...

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