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POLYHOUSE CULTIVATION

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Polyhouse/Greenhouse cultivation is a cultivation of crops under complete controlled enviromental conditions like temperature, humidity, fertilizers etc with the automated system. It is estimated that  we can earn approximately 6-7 lakhs per acre net profit in a year by following proper polyhouse cultivation practices. Generally Cucumber, Summer squash, Brinjal, Tomato, Bell pepper and horticulture cut flowers like Rose, Gerbera etc are cultivated in polyhouse condition. As the crops grown in open field are exposed to varied environmental conditions like attack of insects pests and diseases, poly houses provides more stable and suitable environment for the crops.     Based on environmental control system, polyhouses...

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TURMERIC-package of practices

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B.N: Curcuma domestica and C. aromatica Family: Zingiberaceae Climate:Turmeric is a tropical crop, requiring warm and humid climate. Temperature ranges from 21°C to 34°C. Growth ceases when, temperature falls below 20°C, and hence early-planted turmeric gives good yield. Thrives well in localities with annual rainfall from 70 - 225 cm. It can be grown at an altitude of 1200 m.   Soil:A friable well drained red loamy soil in wet or garden lands under tropical conditions with a pH range of 4.5-7.5 with good organic status is ideal. In Guntur and Krishna districts of AP, turmeric can be grown with...

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COFFEE DISEASE AND PEST MANAGEMENT - INDIA

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Coffee is one of the major plantation crops mainly grown in southern states (Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu) and to a small extent in northeastern states of India. Two commercially important species of coffee viz., arabica coffee ( Coffea Arabica )and robusta coffee (Coffea canephora) are grown almost in equal ratio in about 292,000 ha in India. India produces about 282,000 tonnes of coffee annually and southern states of India contribute about 98% of the total production. Coffee is an important export commodity earns about US$200million foreign exchange annually. Coffee plantations provide a congenial habitat to various valuable species of...

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Inter Cropping and Its Advantages

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Inter Cropping and Its Advantages Intercropping is a practice involving growing two or more crops simultaneously on a same piece of land. The main advantage of inter cropping is getting higher returns from the same piece of land which otherwise not be utilized by a single crop. Inter cropping needs a careful planning wherein the soil, water, climate, light etc are taken into account. While planning inter cropping it is important to select the crops which do not compete with each other for space, nutrient, water or sunlight. It is advisable to grow crops like shallow rooted crops with deep rooted crops, tall crop...

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LEAF CURL DISEASE AND ITS MANAGEMENT

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Leaf curl disease is one of the major diseases in the World caused by a virus. This virus attacks crops like cotton, papaya, tomato, bhendi, chillies, capsicum, and tobacco and causes major economic losses to the farmers. The leaf curl disease is caused by a complex of whitefly ( Bemisia tabaci ) transmitted Begomoviruses having monopartite genome with circular ssDNA associated with satellite (beta and alpha satellite) DNA molecules. The disease generally appears in the end of June about 45-55 days after sowing and spreads rapidly in July. The disease progress becomes slow in August and almost comes to a...

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