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Pineapple post harvest management

Pineapple post harvest management
In earlier article about ‘Pineapple’ we cover the various aspects of ‘Pineapple Cultivation’. In this article we will learn Post Harvest Management Of Pineapple. Irrigation Pineapple is mostly cultivated under rain fed conditions. Supplementary irrigation helps to produce good sized fruits in areas having optimum rainfall. Intercultural Operations Weeding is done at least three to four times in a year.... Read More

Pineapple Cultivation

Pineapple Cultivation
Pineapple is suitable for cultivation in humid tropics. The fruit grows well near the sea coast as well as in the interior; so long the temperatures are not extreme. High temperature at night is deleterious for the growth of the plant and a difference of at least 40C between day and night temperature is desirable. The rainfall requirement ranges between... Read More

Types of Herbicides

Types of Herbicides
Herbicides can categorized in two types,Selective and Non selective. In Types of Herbicides we will focus on all aspects about it.  By spraying Herbicide you can control weeds without damaging crop. Selective herbicides can be used for crops like Soybean, Sugarcane, Onion and Maize. It can be categorized as per its specific method of work. Photo synthesis inhibitors : Many... Read More

Slikworm Rearing

Slikworm Rearing
India is agriculture country. But its totally dependent on various things. That’s why this business is called as uncertain business. Keeping this thing in mind agri allied business can surely boost the moral of farmer as it can be another and sure source of income. ‘Silkworm Rearing’ is one of the most important aspect in Sericulture. Sericulture is best allied... Read More

Mulberry Cultivation

Mulberry Cultivation
Mulberry cultivation is very important aspect in Sericulture. Mulberry leafs are main food for silkworm. The farmers who are having irrigated land can easily do planting of Mulberry in their farms. Selection of land is very important in Mulberry cultivation. For Mulberry cultivation the soil needs to have good PH level and well drained. It is essential to use compost... Read More

Mango Grafting – Part 2

Mango Grafting – Part 2
In our last article about ‘Mango Grafting’ we learn the techniques about Stone Grafting. In second part of this article we will understand the simple and impressive techniques about ‘Soft-Wood Grafting’ and ‘Veneer Grafting’. Soft-Wood Grafting : This method of grafting is done when the rootstock is overgrown and thus not suitable for stone grafting. Normally in this method, seedlings... Read More

Mango Grafting

Mango Grafting
Mango can be raised from seed or propagated vegetatively. Several methods of vegetative propagation have been tried with varying degrees of success.Propagation from seed, though easy and cheap, is unable to perpetuate characters of the parent tree because most commercial varieties in India are cross-pollinated and mono embryonic. Plants also take more time to bear fruit. However, it is essential... Read More

Green Gram – Pre sowing technology

Green Gram – Pre sowing technology
Green Gram is one of the important crop of Maharashtra. It has largest cultivation land as well as production all over India. Especially in Karif Green gram is usually take as mixed crop or inter cropping with Jowar, Cotton and Groundnut. In this article we will focus on Green Gram – Pre sowing technology. Land : Any land with good... Read More

Management of horticultural crops in July

Management of horticultural crops in July
Monsoon gets regular by ‘July’. It is very essential to take care of various crops. Lets understand the important aspects about “Management of horticultural crops in July”. In this we will focus on Vegetable crops, Flower crops and Fruit gardens. Garden Management In Monsoon : Keep the garden clean (Weed free). Make sure there wont be water logging in garden.... Read More