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Sugar beet can be cultivated till June, which ripens in August and September, Agriculture Expert

Agriculture expert instructed sugar beet growers to use irrigation, weeding and chemical fertilizers in a timely-way.Further stated that if there is not much rain, irrigation of sugar beet should be ensured at least 7-8 times and in the beginning, it should be done 2-3 times a week but later the interval of irrigation can be extended to 15-20 days. Sugar ...

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Precautions for apiculture in summer season.

honeybees need more water in summer. One is to dilute the food and the other is to keep the hives cool. Therefore, clean water should be provided near the boxes. If the water is muddy, the flies may get sick. The feet of the boxes should be kept in cups filled with water and freshwater should be changed in them ...

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Guidance for grape harvesting.

The Agriculture Expert has directed the gardener to start harvesting when the grape grains attain their full size. Bunches of grapes should be cut with scissors and placed in baskets or crates so that the grains do not get damaged. Remove rotten grains during packing, otherwise they will damge other grains as well.Fruits should be delivered to the market early ...

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Blossom end rot in tomato: symptoms, treatment and control.

Tomato plant faces a physiological disorder that appears in the form of brown or yellow water-soaked stain on the end of the fruit where the blossom once was. As the tomato grows, this spot darkens, ultimately turns leathery & black, and may even cover half the fruit’s bottom. It is blamed often on the lack of calcium, the abundance of ...

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Guar does not require much fertilizer as it is a leguminous crop. In June-July at the time of sowing one bag of DAP and half a bag of urea per acre at the time of flowering can give excellent yield, Agriculture Department.

Guar does not require much fertilizer as it is a leguminous crop. However, when planted in June-July, one bag of DAP and half a bag of urea per acre at the time of flowering can give excellent return. Guar for fodder can be sown at any time in June-July.Even so, the best time for sowing of the seed crop is ...

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