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Wheat growers are advised to plough and level the fields before sowing begins.

Divide the fields into small parts before planking for wheat cultivation and good production. Farmers should strictly follow the above instructions so that more water can be penetrate through tillage practice (rouhni) in the soil and till with less water, while at the time of sowing planking and ploughing should be done before sunrise. In addition, repeating this process two ...

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Fertility can be increased by adding crop residues to the soil

By burning the crop residues it creates smoke, so instead of burning the residues, add them to the soil and increase soil fertility. Specifically, the burning of rice fields damages the organic matter of the ground and affects the fertility of the earth. Major causes of smog include coal burning, power plants and burning of crop residues.

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Complete Red lentil cultivation by November 15th

Red lentil cultivators should complete the sowing by November 15th in rain-fed areas. The varieties that should be cultivated includes Masoor 93, Nayyab Masoor 2002, Nayyab Masoor 2006, Punjab Masoor 2009, Chakwal Masoor and Markaz 2009 and the seed rate should be 30kg per acre. For high yield one bag of DAP, one bag of SOP and one and a ...

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Benefits of applying Potash in Wheat

The use of potash is extremely helpful in increasing the weight of wheat grains, protecting the crop from diseases and preventing it from falling. However, up to 60 maund per acre of wheat can be acquired by modern methods of cultivation. So make sure to use the latest technology, including the use of potash, to achieve a bumper crop. If ...

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Benefits of using fertilizers and weedicides together

The benefits of using fertilizers and weedicides together are colossal. It is economically an innovation in the fertilizer industry. Many weeds have the ability to compete with crops and plants for nourishment from applied fertilizers. Weedicides are used before and after the germination of weeds. If the time of spraying and germination of weeds is same, and if there is ...

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Off-season cotton crop management

The cotton farmers should adopt off-season cotton management strategy to save next crop from the attack of pink bollworm. These bollworm goes in hibernation during November and December and its eggs remain on cotton remains in farms and ginning factories. The farmers should cut the branches of cotton crops from the base till January 31st and keep them in the ...

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Wheat cultivation in irrigated areas

In irrigated areas wheat cultivation should be started from November 1st. Farmers should well prepare the land for timely cultivation of wheat. Weeding should be done manually. The seed rate should be kept about 40-50kg per acre. Select seeds that are clean, healthy and free from diseases. Before planting, the seeds should be treated with fungicide by the advice of ...

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Instructions for cultivating Flax seeds

The cultivators should start the cultivation of flax seeds immediately so that it is completed timely by November 15th and help in achieving better yield. Selecting medium fertile soil for the cultivation of flax seed is of utmost importance. Cultivate approved variety known as “Chandni1988” to get maximum yield. Maintain row to row distance of upto 30 cm and sow ...

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