The best time to plant the guar seed crop is in July. Its cultivation requires a warm climate while the approved varieties BR90 and BR99 are capable of withstanding water scarcity for a long time. Farmers can use 12-15 kg seed per acre for seed crop. Guar does not require much fertilizer as it is a leguminous crop. However, one bag of DAP at the time of sowing and half a bag of urea per acre at the time of flowering can give excellent yields.