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Gram growers should keep distance of 6 inches between the plants for better growth

The agriculture expert has instructed to remove the extra plants during the thinning of the gram crop. The space between the plants should be 6 inches in rows and thinning should be done within 10 to 15 days of the crop growing.

 

 

 

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