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9 Ways of Water Conservation

9 Ways of Water Conservation
Indian agriculture is chiefly dependent on Monsoon; as only 1/3rd of cultivable land across the country is irrigated. Thus very huge chunk of farmers has to bear severe loss whenever there is low rainfall; which directly affects India’s economy. Government plans huge water conservation projects such as building dams, canals, reservoirs, etc to bring cultivable land under irrigation. But at... Read More

Plant Growth Regulator Manangement

Plant Growth Regulator Manangement
Plant growth regulators, are synthetic substances that are similar to natural plant hormones. They are used to regulate the growth of plants and are important measures to ensure agricultural production. PGRs can alter the growth of a specific part of the plant or of the overall plant in general. They are useful for encouraging fruit or flower production—or, for killing or restricting undesired plants. Overall if you... 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

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. Nature-Fruits-Pineapple Irrigation Irrigation of Pineapple Pineapple is mostly cultivated under rain fed conditions. Supplementary irrigation helps to produce good sized fruits in areas having optimum rainfall. Intercultural Operations Weed control in Pineapple Weeding is done at... Read More