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Vegetable Crops


Tomato

    

The perfect seedbed ought to be 60 cm wide, 5 to 6 cm long and 20 to 25 cm high. Lumps and stubbles ought to be excluded from the seedbed. Include sieved Farm Yard Manure & fine sand. Communicate them to the fine tilth. Soak the bed amid Fytolon/Dithane M-45 @2 to 2.5 grams per litre of water. Illustrate the lines 10 to 15cm separated all through the length of the seedbed. Sow the seeds meagerly dispersed in lines, press delicately, cover with fine sand and after that cover the bed with...

Ladyfinger

    

Furrow & Ridges type of arrangement should be used for ladyfinger farming. The crossbreed varieties should be planted at a spacing of 75x30cm or 60x45cm. A pre-soaked irrigation 3 to 4 days prior to sowing proves beneficial. The crop seeds sprout in approx 4 to 5 days. Ladyfinger seeds should be sown approx 3.5 to 5.5 kg seeds per hectare during summers and 8 to 10kg seeds per hectare during rainy seasons. The seed rate to be sown generally differs with sprouting percentage, season and...

Eggplant (Brinjal)

    

Eggplant (Brinjal) seeds are sown on nursery beds to bring seedlings for transplanting up in the field. Raised beds are important to stay away from the issue of water signing in overwhelming soils. In sandy soils, notwithstanding, sowing can be taken up in level beds. Raised beds of size 7.2 x1.2 m and 10 to 15 cm in stature are readied. In this way, ten such beds are adequate to raise seedlings for planting one hectare territory. The distance of approx 70cm is kept between two beds to complete...

Capsicum

    

Sowing, Harvesting and Yield Seedlings are initially brought up in the nursery quaint little inns transplanted in the principle fields. Ordinarily, 5 to 6 seed beds of size (300 x 6O x 15 cm) each are adequate for one-hectare development. Seed ought to be sown in lines at 8 to 10 cm separated to get sound seedlings. The seeds ought to be dressed with Agrosan, Ceresin, Thiram or Captan @ 2g per kg seeds before sowing to keep the event of any seed-borne illnesses. Around 1 to 2 kg seeds are required...

Bottle Gourd

    

Prepare the field as early as possible to give enough time for the weeds and stubbles of previous crops to decompose. Plow and harrow 2 to 3 times alternately at a one-week interval. Plow at a depth of 15-20cm. Harrow twice to break the clods and level the field. A well-pulverized soil promotes good soil aeration and enhances root formation. Plant a pre-germinated seed per hill at a distance of one meter. Cover the seeds with a thin layer of soil. During the rainy season, plant seeds in ridges...

Cucumber

    

The cucumber is grown both as a rainy season and summer crop and the sowing of seeds depends upon. As a Summer Crop, it grows from January to February and as a rainy crop it dwells from June to July. The seed of cucumber is sown in April in the slopes.  The seed rate is 2.5 to 4 kilograms per hectare. The seed is sown by a dibbling strategy at spacing of 1.5m to 2.5m (row-row) x 60cm to 90cm (plant-plant). Only 2-3 seeds should be sown in every pit. Format should be in a Ring & basing...

Pea

    

Sowing, Harvesting and Yield As a rule, the green pea pods ought to be harvested while barely reaching maturity. Harvesting of peas may begin when peas began changing shading to green. Harvesting time relies on upon the assortment of peas sowed. For early assortment might be harvested in 40 to 60 days, mid season crop can be harvested in 75 days and the Late-season crop can be harvested in 100 days. Numerous picking like 4 to 5 pickling ought to be done inside the 2-10 days.  The yield depends...

Carrot

    

Sowing, Harvesting and Yield Plant carrot seeds in spring, 2-3 weeks before frost, half an inch deep, half an inch apart, in rows 12- 24 inches apart. Do not work fertilizer, manure or compost into the soil prior to planting. Rich soil will result in extreme leaf growth and forked hairy, rough roots. Water the beds well, immediately after sowing. To pace germination, water lightly daily if the soil is dry. Thinning is significant to decrease struggle from neighboring plants. Thin 1 to 4 inches...

Beetroot

    

The seedbed must be well equipped by plowing 15-20cm deep to rupture up clods. The top soil should be leveled as much possible, have a high-quality crumb arrangement and sufficient moisture. Beetroot seeds must be treated prior to sowing to enhance germination. Germination is pretentious to high nitrate content of the dry seeds and is also concealed by the ammonia produced by the bacteria. All seed that is supposed to be planted must, therefore, be bathed in running water for at least 120 minutes....

Onion

    

For good germination in the nursery, a well-tilled seedbed with a fine loose surface is necessary. The seedbed should be moist fowl dropping and compost is worked into the seedbed before sowing. After preparing the seedbed, mark it out in rows, which should be about 10 to 15cm apart in a 120cm wide seedbed. Then a groove of about 12mm depth is made along each row. The seeds are then now sown in either of two ways. The first method is to mix the seeds with an equal amount of fine sand. The mixture...

Spinach

    

Prepare the soil enriched with farmyard compost and sow seeds half an inch deep and an inch apart. Watering the soil is essential but with an immense care of not affecting the seeds. Seeds will germinate within a week. Mainly the spinach crop is sown in October and as a summer crop, it is sown in either January or February. Spinach seeds must be sown approx 30-40 kg seed per hectare. Seeds must be soaked in water prior to sowing. Seeds are then broadcasted in flat beds. However, sowing in lines...

Broccoli

    

For early season crops on locales where disintegration is insignificant, set up the planting site the past fall.  Setting up the soil in the fall will keep any planting delays created by chilly, wet soils and will assist decrease soil compaction related with working wet soils. Compacted soils confine root development, decrease the measure of oxygen accessible to roots and farthest point water entrance, all of which can hurt yield potential. Work beds 6–7 inches profound to...

Garlic

    

The distance of planting varies from 15 x 15 cm to 20 x 10 cm to 25 cm. Planting is done using dribble or pointed stick to insert two-thirds of the length of the clove vertically into the soil or about 2 to 3 cm deep. Garlic is a crop of 4 ½ to 5 months span. At the point when the leaves begin Turing yellowish or tarnish and hint at becoming scarce (ordinarily, about a month or so for the development of seed stalks, the crop is prepared for harvest. The plants are then...

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