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Tea

    

Sowing, Harvesting, and Yield Dispersing in tea plantations is around 14000 to 16000 plants/ha (up to 17000 in hilly regions) have been observed to be perfect bush populace with spacing 105 to110cm among lines and 60 to 75cm between plants. The planting should be possible either as a single or dual hedge. Tea planting types Pit planting: This technique is taken after when separating between plants is sufficiently wide to permit burrowing of individual pits of appropriate size and without...

Coffee

    

Sowing, Harvesting, and Yield Coffee cultivation includes preparing the soil well ahead of time of planting, plain the soil, totally uncover any tree stumps, grasses, and every single troublesome weed ought to be expelled, dig holes amid dry climate no less than three months before planting to permit them to climate.  60cm x 60cm x 60cm (2ft by 2ft by 2ft) keeping topsoil independently from the sub-soil should be the measurement for the holes. Planting includes Filling gaps one-month prior...

Coconut

    

In general, the square scheme of planting amid a spacing of 7.5x7.5m is suggested for coconut. This will have room for 177 palms/ha. However, the spacing of 7.5-10m is proficient. The size of the pit depends on the soil type and water table. In laterite soils, large pits of the size 1.2x1.2x1.2m may be dug and filled up with loose soil, powdered cow dung before planting. In loamy soils, pits of size 1x1x1m filled with top soil to a height of 50 cm are recommended. While filling the pits,...

Rubber

    

For new plantings, backwoods clearing with cleaving of trees is important. Pits are generally burrowed to the span of the 1x1x1m3 and are topped off with soil and fertilizer. Planting might be done in a rectangular or square or quincunx framework amid June-July. The regular dividing embraced for matured plants are:  In uneven territories - 6.7 x 3.4 m  In level territories square - 4.9m x 4.9m  Triangular - 4.9m x 4.9m  The yearly yield of elastic is around 375...

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