Advisory for Mustard in Haryana & New Delhi

Sowing season: The best time to plant a mustard crop is between September 30 to October 20. Enhanced varieties: RH-30, Uravarshi, RH-8812, RH-0749, RH-9304, RB-50, Pusa Mustard-32 for irrigated situations (Bio-fortified). RH-725, RB-50, RH-406, RH-0119 for rainfed situations. Rate of seeding and treatment: Irrigated crops require a seed rate of 3.5 kg/ha. For rainy crops, … Read more

Animal Husbandry in Haryana & New Delhi

Keep a tight eye on animals in September for signs of coming into heat, since they should be mated at the appropriate time. Feed and hay that has been prepared more than a week ago should be avoided. Also, provide newborn animals proper diet and nutrition management, and if necessary, treat them under the supervision … Read more

Horticulture Crops in Haryana & New Delhi

For insect management in citrus plants, apply 1250 ml monocrotophos 36 SL in 1250 litre water /ha in September. If you haven’t used manure or fertiliser on your guava trees yet, now is the time to start. For wilt disease management, apply 15g Bavistin per plant. It is recommended that a foliar treatment of 2.5 … Read more

Livestock management in Uttar Pradesh

The temperature gets cold during Rabi season, so we need to create suitable precautions to safeguard our animals from cold stress so that they don’t get sick (respiratory difficulties) and can continue to produce. Dairy Animals Feed additional roughages (hay, straws, etc.) or forages (berseem) to keep the dairy cows’ milk production and body heat … Read more

Rabi Crop Production in Uttar Pradesh

Wheat Wheat demands a clayey loam soil that is well drained. Wheat can, however, be grown successfully in both sandy loam and black soil. It’s sowed when the average daily temperature drops to around 22-23 0C, as it did in October and November of last year. Seed rates of 100 kg/ha for medium grain types, … Read more

Fodder Management in Uttar Pradesh

Berseem and oat are the two most important feed crops. In the case of Berseem, Due to better production potential, succulence, palatability, nutritional value, and a seven-month continuous supply of fodder. It is regarded as the “King of Fodders.” It not only provides protein, calcium, phosphorus, and other minerals, but it also improves the soil’s … Read more

Soil care and Fruit Production in Uttar Pradesh

Soil Management: Soil testing for all fields is required for soil management, as is ensuring that each field has its own soil health card. To maintain soil health, it is recommended that an appropriate amount of inorganic fertiliser be applied depending on the soil health card. Grain Storage: Grain Storage is a term used to … Read more