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Organic Management of Diamond Back Moths [DBM] larvae on Cabbage, Broccoli and Cauliflower with bio pesticides

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                                  The diamond back moth (DBM), Plutella xylostella (L.) is one of the most destructive pests of cruciferous vegetables like Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli, and most preferred host is cauliflower.                                DBM population becomes abundant during September to October and March to April. Damage potential of DBM: Diamond back moth insect is resistant to many classes of insecticides and causes 50 to 80% loss in marketable yield.        ...

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Organic Fumigation of soil

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Soil borne pests and pathogens like Verticillium spp., Rhizoctonia spp., Fusarium spp., Pythium spp., Sclerotinia spp., common scab and a range of nematodes affects the plants in open field cultivations and protected Poly house and green house cultivation.                         Fumigation is one of the activity to manage these root related soil borne pests and pathogens.                   Even though chemicals may be used as fumigants, but organically bio fumigation has also positive effects to kill above plant enemies. The biofumigant crops can be grown...

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Fertigation recommendations for Chilli crop through drip irrigation

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Balanced nutrition is required for any crop for better performance and higher yields.                                Nutrient application through drip irrigation for higher yields in Chilli crop is provided below.   No of schedules Recommended fertilizers Quantity (acre) Application time after transplantation (Days)     1 (During transplanting) DAP 75 Kg 0   Ecohume Granules 10 Kg   MOP 50 Kg   Srushti 10 Kg   Magnesium Sulphate 50 Kg  0   2 12:61:0 2 Kg 5   Humesol (Humic acid) 1L   3 12:61:0 2 Kg 10...

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Cucurbitaceous Crops [Gourds] Best Cultivation practices

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                                                Cucurbits group belong to family cucurbitaceae consist as of wide range of vegetables which are used either as salad, pickling (cucumber) or for cooking (all gourds) or candied or preserved (ash gourd) or as desert fruits (musk melon and water melon).  The cultural requirements of all crops in this group are similar. Soil and Climate: A well-drained soil of loamy type with pH range between 6.0 and 7.0 is preferred for cucurbits. Cucurbits grow best at...

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Organic control of Collar rot and other Root related Rot diseases in transplanted crops

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  Vegetable crops are raised to saplings in nurseries and then transplanted to the main field. The crops like tomato, chilli, capsicums, brinjal, Cole crops, Cucumbers, Papaya and other crops with smaller seeds’ size are raised initially in nurseries and after certain growth are shifted to main field to grow.                                         Rot diseases affects the production and quality of the crops and usually the soil borne diseases caused by a pathogens like Aspergillus spp., Thievaliopsis spp., Ceratocystidaceae spp., Rhizoctonia solani, Fusarium spp. and...

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