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Mash cultivation … more production by modern technology

Mash is the main crop grown in the Kharif season. About 80% of the area of ​​mash is cultivated in rain-fed areas. 88% of the area of ​​mash is cultivated in Dera Ghazi Khan, layyah, Bhakkar, Narowal, Sialkot, Rawalpindi and Gujarat. But the yield per acre of this crop is still very low. Reasons for this decline in production are delayed cultivation, inefficient use of modern production technologies, unprecedented crop growth, attack by pests and diseases delays weedicide abundance and endurance. Mash 97, Chakwal Mash, Aroj 2011 and NARC Mash 3 development are more varied. The middle type of fertile land in which no water stands has proved to be more suitable for Kharif pulses. The middle type of fertile soil in which no water stands has proved to be more suitable for Kharif pulses. It is very important to avoid saline and sodic soil. One deep soil ploughing should be done after that two or three common plows and then level the soil with leveler for soil preparation. It is important for the soil to be smooth so that the irrigation should be even for the crop

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