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Farmers should cultivate only approved varieties to achieve better yields of sugarcane

Experts have instructed the farmers to cultivate only approved varieties of sugarcane, and avoid cultivating prohibiting varieties. For early germination varieties farmers can cultivate CPF243, CPF246, CPF247, SHF240, HSF242, CP77-400, CP72-2086, CP433-33, CPF237 etc. For seasonal germination, varieties SPF 245, 234,213, SPSG 26 etc can be cultivated to get the best yield.  Also for late germination COJ 84 variety can ...

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Instructions for starting garlic cultivation

Garlic cultivation can be started in late September or early October and completed by mid-November, while prefer cultivation of approved variety of garlic like pink

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Twice Pest Scouting Recommended To Control Leaf Curl Virus Attack.

Punjab Agriculture Department has advised the paddy growers to carry out pest scouting twice a week to control leaf curl virus attack on the crop. A spokesman for the department said that the chances of attack of leaf curl virus on paddy crop could increase during September.Therefore, farmers should stay vigilant.He said that growers should seek guidance from the Agriculture ...

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Farmers must harvest cotton after drying cotton bolls

Due to the moisture in the cotton, problems and difficulties are faced during the process of ginning, so the farmers should pick up cotton bolls after drying of the dew so that the cotton does not become dull. After picking cotton, it should be placed in dry clean muslin cloth and then stored in a clean high and dry place ...

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Spurious Pesticides Seized In Multan.

The agriculture department has seized spurious pesticides from Basti Malook area. According to official sources, Assistant Director Pest Warning and Quality Control of Pesticides Shahid Hussain raided at shops in Basti Malook and recovered huge quantity of spurious pesticides. Basti Malook police have registered cases under section 21A, APO23a against teh alleged outlaws Muhammad Sajjad, Sadaqat Ali, Abdul Kareem and ...

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Instructions to complete the mango plantation by mid-September

Gardeners should complete the process of planting new mangoes by mid-September so that timely growth can begin. This month is very suitable for planting new plants. For plantation, select mango plants that are of medium height and are more than 3 years old. The root stock and the thickness of the scion should be approximately equal. The tree canopy should ...

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Irrigation and cultivation of vegetables planted in tunnels should be through drip irrigation

Irrigation and fertilization of vegetables planted in the tunnel should be given through drip irrigation. Do not close tunnel door after fertigation to avoid damage of decompose gas. During the day, from 9am to 4pm, the mouth of the tunnel should be open from both sides so that there should not be excessive moisture inside the tunnel which makes it ...

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Cotton Picking Must Be Carried Out In Daylight.

Punjab Agriculture department has advised the cotton growers that cotton picking process should be carried out in daylight and suitable time starts from 10 in morning. A spokesman of the department said on Wednesday that cotton picking must be started when cotton bolls were open upto 50 per cent and added that the picking must be initiated from bottom of ...

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Nursery of cock’s comb, directed to move in gardens in late September

Cock’s comb nursery should be transferred to the gardens by the end of September so that the colorful flowers show full swing in winter.  Although this flower is evergreen but it is always planted as a seasonal flower during winter, which grows rapidly and flourishes well even in severe humid season. ۔ Its varieties, called celosia cristata and other celosia ...

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Milk and meat production can be increased by giving the milking animals a balanced diet throughout the year.

In addition to ensuring a balanced diet throughout the year for milking animals, they can increase the production of milk and meat through vaccination of mouth and other diseases. With the imports of milking animals from Australia, Netherland and other countries into the country, the health of local animals is facing new challenges due to which health professionals have to ...

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