AGRI SHOP

Spice Crops


Black pepper

    

With the receipt of first rains in May-June, essential stem cuttings of standard trees, for example, Erythrina spp., Garuga pinnata, Grevillea robusta (silver oak), and seedlings of Alianthus malabarica (Matti) are planted in pits of 50 × 50 × 50cm measure loaded with dairy animals manure and top soil. The planting is done at a dividing of 3 × 3m which would suit around 1110 principles for each hectare. The dark pepper vines can be trailed on the gauges following three years...

Cardamom

    

Sowing, Harvesting, and Yield About 10 to 18 months aged seedlings should be used for planting in the field. Land preparation includes clearance of all undergrowth and thinning out except shade trees or branches to have an even overhead canopy. Pits of 45x45x30 cm2 size are dug in April-May and filled with a mixture of topsoil and compost - or well-rotted farmyard manure. The planting is done amid the rainy season initiating from June. The ideal opportunity for planting in low-lying territories...

Turmeric

    

In regions where the precipitation starts early, the harvest can be planted amid April to May with the receipt of pre-storm showers. Little pits are made with a hand cultivator on the beds with a separating of 25 x 30 cm. Pits are loaded with all around decayed dairy cattle fertilizer or manure; seed rhizomes are set over it then secured with soil. The ideal dispersing in wrinkles and edges is 45 to 60 cm between the lines and 25 cm between the plants.  The yield is to be mulched promptly...

Fennel

    

The Fennel 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 Fennel 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 approach. Yield...

Clove

    

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Cinnamon

    

About 10 to 18 months aged seedlings should be used for planting in the field. Land preparation includes clearance of all undergrowth and thinning out except shade trees or branches to have an even overhead canopy. Pits of 54x54x40 sq cm size are dug in April-May and filled with a mixture of topsoil and compost - or well-rotted farmyard manure. The planting is done amid the rainy season initiating from June. The ideal opportunity for planting in low-lying territories is perfect after the...

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