cultivation of pomegranate and its uses

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FAMILY: Punicacae
English: Pomegranate
Sanskrit: Dadima
Hindi: Anar
Tamil: Maadhulai
Malayalam: Matalam
Kanada: Daalimbe

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cultivation of curry leaf and its uses

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FAMILY: Rutaceae
English: Curry leaf
Sanskrit: Surabhi
Hindi: Katnim, Karipatta
Tamil: Karuvempu
Malayalam: Karivepu Kanada: Karibevu

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cultivation of hibiscus herb and its uses

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FAMILY: Malvaceae
English: Hibiscus, shoe-flower, Chinese rose
Sanskrit: Japapuspa
Hindi: Jasund
Tamil: Semparuthi
Malayalam: Ayamparutti
Kanada: Dasavala

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Greenhouse Farming: Lettuce

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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

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Nursery: Seed...



do you support the use of pesticides?

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  • do you support the use of pesticides?

    We farmers are responsible for a significant measure of zone. Substantial segments of us treat our items against unpleasant little things. Why?

    The structure we all work with depends on upon frightening little things, worms,beetles,bacteria, developments, to stay productive.

    The primary shrewd way for us to work is to appreciate the playful equalities, and not to endeavor to execute every single living thing in our fields.

    Yes, I'm a satisfied characteristic farmer living out in north india.But I am right.I have made a few bucks on 40 segments of place where there is zone in himachal pradesh for over 30 years.

    Why do any of you genuinely need to sow pesticide-treated seeds or shower against leatherjackets or dust bugs?

    You should think before you execute the structure you rely on upon.

  • #2
    Wonderful provocative post, well done!

    I'm notable some person will gnaw inevitably despite the way that you are starting to sound like a portable advert for green activism instead of a farmer.


    • #3
      I'm natural, can see your point yet not certain I'd entirely concur with you. Natural will never nourish to world, we create a way of life item for the individuals who wish to bear the cost of it!!

      We have an unnatural number of individuals on the planet, so we need to utilize unnatural agribusiness to bolster them.


      • #4
        We tend to create monocultures in light of the way that it is most smooth to offer and harvest them than polyculture which is natures way. Developing is not a trademark technique - even hippy characteristic farmers are conceivably a bigger number of perilous than allowing top vegetation to develop in the basic way, yet you can't make a few bucks out of developing it then!

        At any rate, there are a couple of issues with a couple of pesticides unquestionably. Maybe it is that because profitable bugs don't have a monetary quality we tend to overlook their value?

        One day anyway I think we will desert creepy crawly harms.


        • #5
          ‚ÄčEssentially a representation of why..... We ran an "examination" a year back, where for distinctive reasons included in moving farm, lambing, et cetera, a 8ac field of Spring Barley, wrinkled out of pp, didn't get spotted/sprinkled with creepy crawly harm when it should have. It was essentially wiped out by wireworms and we got around 4t of grain off that field, not as much as a quarter of what whatever is left of the SB discovered the center estimation of.


          • #6
            That is an ordinary occasion prudhvi

            In any case, you could have stayed far from the issue by seething off the grass 2 or 3 months preceding you exhausted the grain along these lines crushed the green platform between the harvests.

            I am not saying this is the way it should be done as it needs to suit developing system (in case you are like me you in all likelihood had creatures on field until day before wrinkling), I am just endeavoring to highlight a way in which dursban or seed treatment could have been stayed far from.

            Really I am a colossal disciple to facilitated item organization, and subsequently feel that bug showers if precisely bolstered are as basic as some other altering gadget


            • #7
              I think the truth is that with broad parts of the US swinging to desert, we don't for the most part know whether "creation" developing can manage the world either. I think a much more significant understanding is required of the way we impact the soil. I don't have a sufficient perception of arable anyway I would have suspected that there may be augmentation to take an all the more sweeping philosophy, combined with the best in forefront headways.


              • #8
                My major business is making sheep accessible to be obtained, not endeavoring to backing the amount of parasitic stomach worms, so I mastermind things in like way. Rotational walled in area grazing,annual variety of sheep/ bovines and item districts on the residence, fusing some chicory in the grass mix et cetera. Notwithstanding these frameworks I do use wormers as and when major if the egg levels and stock condition demand it.

                The truth of the matter is that I no more measurements on a routine basis,use far shy of what I did years former and produce a higher quality thing. In this manner my request in regards to the routine usages of pesticides on items or the demonstration of dressing seeds with bug harms with no unmistakable indication of a danger of infestation. Yes, IPM is the best way to deal with go,with the complement on avoiding structures rather than modified spread prescriptions, whether you're Organic or not.


                • #9
                  I am not common but instead to the degree non-herbicide pesticide is concerned I can simply consider worming my calves, who need it in the midst of their first summer on grass, and the discontinuous liver fluke treatment as obliged like my total pesticide use all through the latest five years. I would have no deferral in using all the more if it was obliged yet definitely can't deal with the expense of hurling this stuff around higgledy piggledy with no showed point of interest.

                  Unprecedented for quite a while I will apply a herbicide to some grass in the accompanying couple of weeks to slaughter a few genuine dock infestation.

                  In the occasion that planting oats after grass I would irrefutably use dressed seed as has been normal for about a century now. The eventual outcome of not doing thusly is a failed yield. Been there and done that. Using it barely executes anything off to the point that it has been for untouched discarded so no further treatment is ever needed. That you do use pesticides when it suits you, as you have yielded, yet impact others for using it as they see fit, looks somewhat like false worship. Despite the way that you used no propelled development by any stretch of the imagination, it would not make your controversy either reliable or right.

                  You keep doing what you are doing and be content with your minimal corner. Whatever is left of us will develop monetarily to give sensible sustenance to the gigantic mass of human people.


                  • #10
                    it was basically wiped out by wireworms

                    There is something out there to eat everything, I am not arable yet rather can see that even in (what used to be before we surrendered) veg garden. It is no more possible to shower, or whatever, on a certain date "just because we've for the most part done it that way." The atmosphere is a screwed-up flighty sh*tty mess, every day of every year now.

                    So IMO no one would break out the sprayer in light of the fact that the logbook says as much. The logbook says we should have grass now, immense joke. You could plan to sow on a certain date to miss a trapdoor e.g. carrot fly, then the atmosphere slaps you and your game plans.

                    Until provincial analysts and architects compose a way to deal with plant, create and harvest a multi-item field . . . that is the most ideal approach to achieve your happy balance