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  1. How to control diamond back moth of cauliflower

    How to control diamond back moth of cauliflower

    They lay eggs under the surface of leaves. Diamond back moth is a serious pest of cauliflower. The moths of this insect are brown in color. 

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  2. Proper time for sowing of Barley crop

    Proper time for sowing of Barley crop

    Barley is a rabi season crop. It should be sown between October and November. 

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  3. Nutrient management in wheat crop

    Nutrient management in wheat crop

    Generally manure and fertilizer should be used after soil testing in soil. According to timely sowing crop, 120 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus & 40 kg potash per hectare is sufficient. 

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  4. Irrigation in wheat crop

    Irrigation in wheat crop

    Generally, 6 irrigation are needed to get good yield of wheat. It should be done in the following stages -

    First irrigation should be done after 20-25 days of sowing at crown root initiation stage, 

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  5. Proper sowing time for potato cultivation

    Proper sowing time for potato cultivation

    Generally potatoes are the backbone of vegetable garden & it is a temperate climate crop. During the growing season, potato favours moderately cool temperature. 

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  6. Tips for successful vegetable production

    Tips for successful vegetable production

    Varieties should be selected according to the season and climate. Purchase high quality and improved varieties seed from a certified institute. 

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  7. Nutrient management in cauliflower crop

    Nutrient management in cauliflower crop

    If you are going to cultivate cauliflower, then keep in mind that cauliflower needs more nutrients. Cauliflower is a heavy feeder crop.

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  8. Suitable climate for the cultivation of pea crop

    Suitable climate for the cultivation of pea crop

    Legumes are very useful for maintaining fertility of the soil in which peas, French bean and cowpea are grown mainly.

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  9. How to prepare nursery for tomato cultivation

    How to prepare nursery for tomato cultivation

    To prepare nursery in one hectare area, 200-250 gm seeds for hybrid varieties and 300-350 gm seeds for other varieties are sufficient. 

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