cultivation of pomegranate and its uses

BOTANICAL NAME: Punica granatum L
FAMILY: Punicacae
English: Pomegranate
Sanskrit: Dadima
Hindi: Anar
Tamil: Maadhulai
Malayalam: Matalam
Kanada: Daalimbe

DESCRIPTION: Punica granatum L. is a small deciduous tree with smooth, dark grey bark. The thorns are straight, long, pointed and woody. The leaves are narrow and glossy. The flowers are usually scarlet red (occasionally yellow)...

cultivation of curry leaf and its uses

BOTANICAL NAME: Murraya koengii L.
FAMILY: Rutaceae
English: Curry leaf
Sanskrit: Surabhi
Hindi: Katnim, Karipatta
Tamil: Karuvempu
Malayalam: Karivepu Kanada: Karibevu

DESCRIPTION: This is an evergreen shrub, up to 6m with spreading dark green foliage. The leaves of the plant are covered with minute glands and are also strongly aromatic. The plant bears clusters of small white fragrant flowers. Fruits...

cultivation of hibiscus herb and its uses

BOTANICAL NAME: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L.
FAMILY: Malvaceae
English: Hibiscus, shoe-flower, Chinese rose
Sanskrit: Japapuspa
Hindi: Jasund
Tamil: Semparuthi
Malayalam: Ayamparutti
Kanada: Dasavala

DESCRIPTION: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L. is an evergreen shrub that grows up to 30m in ideal conditions. More generally, it is about 2.5m. The leaves are bright green, ovate and coarsely...

Greenhouse Farming: Lettuce

Hydroponics ( Name originates from the Greek words hydro, water and ponos, work) is a strategy for developing plants soil .
Physical plants may be developed with their in the mineral supplement arrangement just or in a latent medium, for example, rock, mineral fleece, or coconut husk.

The Four basic lettuces are

1) Leaf Lettuce

The leaf lettuce comes in numerous hues, from emerald green to dim maroon. Surfaces range from adjusted edges to ornaments...

Cultivation Techniques for Melia dubia (malabar neem)

Site elements

The trees develop well in sandy topsoil, red and lateritic soils with a yearly precipitation of 800 mm or more.

Seed accumulation, preparing and Nursery procedures

Seed preparing and pretreatments: Reports state extremely poor germination in Melia. Learns at IFGTB uncover germination as high as 60 for every penny with no pretreatments. The drupes ought to be evaluated in water to uproot gliding seeds preceding sowing.

Nursery: Seed...



How to improve pasture lands for grazing cows.

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  • How to improve pasture lands for grazing cows.

    Hello there I am turning my bovines through a couple of diverse regions to enhance the field. Its just a little territory - 5 sections of land partitioned up. After much research ,some to release grass to seed then sustain and rest- others say never give it a chance to get the opportunity to seed stage ?? Bit befuddled dont you require seeds to develop the following heaps of grass or will they shape better through spreading under the ground when the top third is eaten ?? Should i run the trimmer over when they have proceeded onward to get all the more much layer develop ?

    much obliged

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    Astounding question and welcome to the discussion.

    In the event that the field species you are nibbling are yearly (develop, set seed and kick the bucket every year) you will need to permit them to set seed to permit recovery of the following years plants. That said, it may not be important or conceivable because of regular conditions to permit them to set seed consistently. Most yearly species will have a developed seed bank (hard seeds in the dirt) which will even now empower them to regrow every year. You can presumably escape without the plants setting seed for a couple of years until the seed bank is decreased.

    On the off chance that the field species are lasting (develop year on year) permitting them to set seed consistently won't be fundamental. A smart thought thou is to permit them to blossom and frame a few seeds consistently year. Amid the blossoming and seed setting procedure enduring plants build root saves which empower them to perist through extreme dry periods.

    With respect to the cutting this will accelerate the disintegration transform by getting plant material onto the ground. Anything you do to decrease dead or undigestible material in the field will build general field quality and domesticated animals execution.

    Trust this all bodes well and in the event that you have any inquiries please answer.


    • #3
      I'm happy you posed this question it is something I have been contemplating as well. Just genuine distinction is that I have sheep rather than steers. I was worried about not sufficiently having field over summer so would not like to cut the enclosures when we had some great rain late spring; nonetheless, I was worried that one enclosure was a potential flame hazard. In the wake of cutting it, I oversaw it with short touching periods. It is greener and appears to recoup speedier than my other four enclosures. So there is something to the mulching hypothesis. I'm certain there is an equalization however. In the event that I had cut the majority of the enclosures I presumably wouldn't have had enough encourage. So I expect to turn the enclosure I cut one year from now and check whether I can rehash the achievement.

      I don't have a clue about my dirt all around ok yet so my next step is to do some dirt investigation over winter and check whether I can't enhance the dirt condition. I would prefer especially not to furrow the enclosures yet I might want to change the qualities of one enclosure specifically. What to sow and what system to utilize is befuddling. There are such a large number of alternatives it is difficult to know where to begin. In the event that anybody has counsel I might surely want to hop on the back of Kyle's inquiry.