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Transfer of rose‘s plants to the field.

For the transfer of rose’s plants, Dig the holes about 45 cm x 45 cm x 30 cm and leave them for 24 hours so that the light penetrates the soil to kill the germs and make it more suitable for growth. Then fill the hole with the mixture of fym & sand/silt. When the holes are properly prepared and ...

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Masoor cultivation

Farmers are instructed to complete the lentil cultivation before 15 November. The farmer should cultivate registered varieties given as Masoor 93, Nayab Masoor 2002, Punjab Masoor 2009, Chakwal Masoor, Markaz 2009, Punjab Masoor 2019, and Punjab Masoor 2020. Yasir(Agri expert)      

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Inter copping of lentil crop in sugarcane field.

Inter cropping of lentil crops in the sugarcane field is not only increases income but also enhanced soil fertility. Cultivate lentil seeds (5-6 kg/acre) between 2 rows of planted sugarcane at a distance of 4 feet through a single row drill. Also, it is necessary to cultivate 2- 3 rows of lentils at 4 feet and 1 row at 2.5 ...

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Cultivation of fennel

For the cultivation of fennel seeds, the seed rate should be 4 to 5 kilograms per acre till 15 November. The rows should be spaced one and a half feet apart, while the plant to plant distance should not be less than 9 inches so that the plant can have better growth. Fennel is not only used in pharmaceuticals, but ...

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Potassium deficiency in potato

One of the solution nutrients in potato production is potassium. Potassium deficiency can found in potato, brinjal, cabbage, and capsicum symptoms are mainly visible on older leaves and start to develop on leaves. Potassium is involved in regulating the movement of water within the potato plant and in aiding photosynthesis. Potassium deficiency affects the ability of the plant to access ...

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Never use herbicides immediately after sowing the seeds.

Seed germination refers to the beginning of new life and agriculture production is totally depending on the viability of the seed. The use of herbicides is one of the main factors which affect the germination of seed. The best time to apply the weedicide is pre-emergence (before 7-10 days of seed sowing) or after 30-40 days of sprouting. Never use ...

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Thrips

A common pest found in greenhouses and gardens, thrips damage plants by sucking their juice. Plant leaves may turn pale, splotchy, and silvery, then die. Injured plants are twisted and discolored. Host plants include onions, beans, carrots, and many other garden vegetables, and many flowers. To get rid of thrips remove weeds from around garden areas to eliminate alternate hosts. ...

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Household poultry and role of rural woman

Household poultry is a good source of meat and egg production. Egg and meat of poultry fulfill the need for protein in humans. Household poultry plays an important role to overcome the food scarcity in the village. Rural women are directly involved in household poultry as these chickens are kept within the house. Rural women take care of their well-being, ...

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Raising of onion nursery

Nursery of onion should be raised till the end of November. Seedlings should be shifted to the field in December and January. Before shitting seedlings into the field, land should be well prepared followed by the formation of ridges. The Ridges should be 3 inches apart from each other. At the time of sowing 1 bag of DAP/acre and 1 ...

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Irrigation requirements for wheat

The wheat plant requires adequate soil moisture for its proper growth. Generally, the wheat crop requires five irrigations. First irrigation should be given 20-25 days after sowing. Second irrigation should be given at the tillering stage. While third, fourth, and fifth irrigation should be given at late jointing flowering and dough stage.    

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