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Root Knot Nematodes in Guava- Damage and Management

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Root Knot Nematodes in Guava- Damage and Management Guava (Psidium guajava L.) is one of the important commercial fruits in India. A number of plant pathogens of have been reported to attack guava trees including fungi, bacteria, algae and nematodes. The Organism In present Guava cultivation a new species of root-knot nematode i.e. Meloidogyne enterolobii is an emerging problem and wide spreading now across the country. Symptoms: Guava plant show above-ground decline symptoms – Drastic reduction in plant growth, before death of tree Leaves shows bronzing Plant exhibits stunting growth Number, size of Flowers and fruit will get reduced Declined...

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Quality of Irrigation water and structured water

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Quality of Irrigation water and structured water Irrigation water quality is the most critical factor for production of any crops. Water quality is determined by most important factors like alkalinity, pH and soluble salts. Several other factors also need to be considered like hard water salts such as calcium and magnesium or heavy metals that can clog irrigation systems and presence of toxic ions.   Suitability of water Poor quality water may be responsible for slow growth, poor aesthetic quality of the crop and, in some cases, can even result in the gradual death of the plants. High soluble salts...

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EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF DIAMOND BACKED MOTHS [DBM] LARVAE ON CRUCIFERS

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EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF DIAMOND BACKED MOTHS [DBM] LARVAE ON CAULIFLOWER, CABBAGE AND OTHER CRUCIFERS Damage potential of DBM : Diamond back moth insect is resistant to many classes of insecticides and causes 50 to 80% loss in marketable yield among all crucifers. Larvae develop much faster (8.5 days) and pupate on cauliflower. Pupal period is shorter and adult emergence is more on cauliflower. Stages of Diamond Backed Moth [DBM] Eggs: The eggs of DBM are whitish yellow, very small and 0.5 mm long and each gravid female can lay up to 164 eggs under field conditions. Eggs are usually laid...

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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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