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SAFE USE OF PESTICIDES

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  While Purchasing During storage While handling While preparing spray solution Selection of Equipments While applying spray solutions After Spray Operation While Purchasing Do’s Don’ts Purchase pesticides/biopesticides only from registered pesticide dealers having valid License. Purchase only just required quantity of pesticides for single operation in a specified area. See approved labels on the containers/packets of pesticides. See Batch No., Registration Number, Date of Manufacture / Expiry on the labels. Purchase pesticides well packed in containers. Always purchase with proper Bill or Invoice and all details like batch number, manufacturing date & expiry date should be mentioned in it. Do...

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Recommended INM practices in Sugar cane

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In many sugarcane growing areas, the productivity of the soils has declined due to intensive cropping and lack of proper soil fertility management practices. The soil productivity can be restored through rationalized integrated nutrient management (INM) involving organic manures, fertilizers and biofertilisers. Following INM practices are recommended. Bulky organic manures like farmyard manure, compost and press mud must be incorporated into the soil at the rate of 15 to 25 t/ha before planting Sun hemp green manure can be grown as intercrop and incorporated into the soil around 30 to 45 days after planting. Soil-test based fertilizer schedules are advisable....

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Post Harvest Disease in Mangoes

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Anthracnose Caused by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides Symptoms: Infection occurs leaves, stems, young flowers and fruit Sunken black spots appear on the surface of the fruit during ripening. Infection – fruit is usually latent and manifests itself only as the mango begins to ripen The disease is most severe – in wet weather    sunken black spots                                      infected fruits   Mode of spread and survival: Inoculum remains on dried leaves, defoliated branches, mummified flowers and flower brackets. Spread through air-borne conidia The fungus can enter...

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Six soil health indicators perform on good productivity

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Aiming to be successful, a farmer needs to carefully manage soil health. But, what does this mean? The soil is a live media full of living organisms such as fungi, bacteria, worms and millions of other microscopic organisms. They all play a vital role in the creation of the organic matter which reflects on soil conditions and finally its health. So, by managing the soil organisms properly, a farmer is on the right path to achieve a successful soil performance. Soil performance can be increased by managing several indicators. These are as: Macronutrients Micronutrients Soil pH Organic matter Soil moisture...

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Good Soil Tillage Reflects on Great Yield

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Soil tillage is the first and most important activity in every crop production However, high quality and healthy soil is the base for successful farm management. By using best soil tillage practices, farmers can ensure a well-prepared soil that will manage weeds, recycle plant nutrients, provide a soft mass for sowing, and a suitable surface for seeds.  In the process of preparing the soil for growing crops, soil tillage is the first and most important activity. It directly affects the final yield and that’s why it needs to be carried out properly. During the crop production process, farmers perform several types of...

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