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Good Agricultural Practices for Carrot crop

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Good Agricultural Practices for Carrot crop Carrot is related to celery, celeriac, coriander, fennel, parsnip and parsley, which are all members of one family. Carrots are particularly rich in carotene (pro-vitamin A). They are consumed either fresh, as a salad crop, or cooked.    Climate and Soil:  Temperatures 10°C to 25°C, grown throughout the year, except in very cold areas and very hot areas difficult to achieve good establishment. Deep, well-drained, well-prepared soil of a loose, friable structure, sandy loam or loam soils pH of 6.0 to 6.5 is regarded as optimum for carrot production. Very sensitive acidic and salinity,...

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Good agricultural Practices for Mustard/Rapeseed

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Good agricultural Practices for Mustard/Rapeseed Among the seven edible oilseeds cultivated in India, rapeseed-mustard contributes 28.6% in the total oilseeds production and ranks second after groundnut.  Mustard is the most important oil seeds with oil content of 30 to 48 percent. Seed varieties: Improved high yielding varieties with more oil percentage. V-45S42 MUSTARD, V-45S46 MUSTARD, V-45S35 MUSTARD ,.. etc  are some good maustard varieties. https://www.bighaat.com/collections/mustard-seeds Soil & Climate: Loamy, sandy loam and silted areas of the river bed tract with good drainage is suitable for Mustard cultivation. Mustard is cultivated in mostly under temperate climates. It is also grown in certain tropical...

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Good Agriculture Practices of Maize crop

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Good Agriculture Practices of Maize crop  Maize (Zea mays L.) is one of the important cereal grains grown worldwide. Maize can adapt to wider range of environments. Maize is consumed mainly as food source recently grown for as fodder and has become the most important raw material for animal feed such silage.   Soil and Climate: Well-drained deep fertile soils rich in organic matter are the most suitable but maize can also be grown on variety of soils. Soil pH with 7.5 -8.5 supports good crop growth. Maize is Kharif season crop but with the latest production technologies and new...

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Good Agricultural Practices of Bhindi/Bhendi crop

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Good Agricultural Practices of Bhindi/Bhendi crop  The Bhindi/Bhendi is also known as okra is one of the most important commercial vegetables grown throughout India for its immature fruits which are generally cooked as vegetable. Climate The bhindi is warm season vegetable crop and requires a long warm and humid growing period. It is sensitive to frost and extremely low temperature. For normal growth and development temperature between 240C to 280C is preferred. For seed germination optimum soil moisture and a temperature between 25 0C to 35 0C is needed. There are three main planting seasons for bhindi i.e. February-March, June-July...

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Good Agricultural practices of Onion Crop

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Good Agricultural practices of Onion Crop Onion is an important commercial crop grown in India. It is used both as vegetable and spice in different crop stages. Soil and climatic requirements: Well-drained sandy loam soil is best suited. The optimum pH range would be 6.0 – 7.5. Water logging and alkaline soils adversely affect the growth & development of plant & bulb.  Onion is a cool season crop. It is grown during winter and harvested before the real hot season begins. But it grows well in mild season without extremes of heat and cold. Varieties: At the following link the...

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