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Black spot disease in Papaya – Disease to take seriously

Posted by Sanjeeva Reddy on

                 Papaya plants are attacked by several fungal infections and leaf spot is one among them. The Leaf spot disease is of two types and caused by two different disease causing fungi ASPERISPORIUM CARICAE and CERCOSPORA CARICAE.              Black spot disease caused by ASPERISPORIUM CARICAE is brown to black coloured and Black spot caused by CERCOSPORA PAPAYAE are greyish black in colour.                  The leaves when turned upside down, you may see the black spots at the yellow patches at the other side....

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Managing Mango flowers for higher yields

Posted by Sanjeeva Reddy on

                                     Flowering of mango[ MAGNIFERA INDICA ] trees is a vital physiological activity in mango production as it is dependent on several factors. Cooler temperatures with bright sunshine is an important requirement for the mango flowers to initiate. Mango trees are alternate bearers and it may be tree wise or branch wise within the trees.                   Young trees with less than 10 years may flower and fruit every year. In India mango trees flower in the transition...

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Soil pH- an important factor in crop production

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               Soil pH is the value measure of acidity and alkalinity it possess. Soil pH value is considered as one of the most vital factor which may determine the yield of the crops. Soil pH can regulate and control many chemical and biochemical reactions within the soil. It plays a major role in making the plant nutrients available involving in the chemical reactions of nutrients and pH can also have effect on chemical forms of the nutrients. Soil pH have a special function in maintaining the population of soil micro flora and fauna. These...

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Mulching in Crop Production

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                                  Mulching is the process of covering the soil around the plant root zone to protect the roots from adverse micro climatic conditions. Mulch cover creates an atmosphere for the plant to perform at its best by maintaining the soil moisture, Soil temperature, humidity, carbon di oxide enrichment and increased soil microbial performance in the soil.                             Various materials like dry leaf, paddy straw, paddy husk, jowar trash, saw dust, dry grass,...

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GOOD AGRICULTURE PRACTICES FOR SWEET CORN

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                                    Maize (Zea mays L) sub species Sweet corn (Zea mays saccharata Sturt) is one of the important cereal grains grown worldwide. Zea mays family crops performs well in well-drained deep fertile soils rich in organic matter pH of 7.5 -8.5. Sweet corn also belongs to the family Poaceae which regular corn belongs.                                    Seeds varieties: Sugar 75, SV6881SN, Suruchi, Misthi, NS 680        ...

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