Soyabean

Introduction: Cotton is the most important fibre crop not only of India but of the entire world. It provides the basic raw material (cotton fibre) to cotton textile industry. And seed for oil industry.Cotton in India provides direct livelihood to 6 millions farmers and about 30-35 miilions are employed in cotton trade and its processing.Conditions of Growth:Cotton is the crop of tropical and sub-tropical areas and requires uniformly high temperature varying between 21°C and 30°C. The growth of cotton is retarded when the temperature falls below 20°C.The modest requirement of water can be met by an average annual rainfall of 50- 100 cm. However, it is successfully grown in areas of lesser rainfall with the help of irrigation. About one-third of the total area under cotton cultivation is irrigated. Moist weather and heavy rainfall at the time of boll-opening and picking are detrimental to cotton as the plant becomes vulnerable to pests and diseases. High amount of rainfall in beginning and sunny and dry weather at ripening time are very useful for a good crop. Cotton is a kharif crop which requires 6 to 8 months to mature. Its time of sowing and harvesting differs in different parts of the country depending upon the climatic conditions.Manure PreparationFarmers who are preparing cow dung manure on their farms should prepare in between 6 April to 20 April. 1.Make a hole in ground of around 4x8 and height of 4 feet like pyramid. Add 5-10 trolley container of cow dung in the hole. 2.Then add 1.5 litre Varad Humic Power and Tricodarma in 100 litre of water.3.Add this solution in the hole....

  • 4th September 2021

CHICKPEA (HARBARA, CHANA)

1.Introduction:Chickpea is one of the oldest cash crops and cultivated in India since ancient times. Chickpea is popularly known as BENGAL GRAM or CHANA or GRAM in India. Chickpea can be made inti split pulse (dal) and flour (besan). Variety of dishes,snacks,sweets can be made from chickpea flour. Major states which produce chickpeas are Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan. Farmers are now more aware about this cash crop. By using VARAD TECHNIQUES and our products we observed that many farmers from different villages, states took very good yield. We also observed that farmers got 400-1000 bulbs, dana in one plant. Such results inspire us to develop our products.2.VarietiesState Recommended VarietiesAndhra Pradesh ICCV-2, ICCV-37, ICCV-4, ICCV-10Assam KWR-108, BG-256, L-550, KPG-59GujaratPusa-319, Vijay, ICCV-4, Pusa-240, GG-1, Pusa-1053HaryanaHaryana Chana-1, GNG-469, Pusa-362, Gora Hisari, Karnal Chana, Gaurav, H-208, H-335, Pusa-1053Himachal Pradesh BBG-1, Haryana Chana-1, L-550Jammu & KashmirGNG-469, L-550, PBG-1, Haryana Chana-1Karnataka BDN 9-3, ICCV-10, ICCV-2 Annegiri-1Punjab PBG-1, GNG-469, Haryana Chana-1, Gaurav, L-550, C-235, G-543, Pusa-1053, GPF-2, PDG-3RajasthanGNG-416, GNG-469, GNG-663, PBG-1, L-550, Pusa-256, RSG-44, Pusa-1053, PDG 84-1Tamil Nadu ICCV-10, BDN 9-3, CO-3, CO-4Uttar Pradesh KWR-108, Avrodhi, BG-256, K-850, Pant G-186, Pusa-372, Radhey, JG-315, Uday (KPG-75), Pusa-1003, Pusa- 1053 Madhya Pradesh JG-74, JG-315, Vijay, ...

  • 4th September 2021

Cotton

Introduction: Cotton is the most important fibre crop not only of India but of the entire world. It provides the basic raw material (cotton fibre) to cotton textile industry. And seed for oil industry.Cotton in India provides direct livelihood to 6 millions farmers and about 30-35 miilions are employed in cotton trade and its processing. Conditions of Growth:Cotton is the crop of tropical and sub-tropical areas and requires uniformly high temperature varying between 21°C and 30°C. The growth of cotton is retarded when the temperature falls below 20°C. The modest requirement of water can be met by an average annual rainfall of 50- 100 cm. However, it is successfully grown in areas of lesser rainfall with the help of irrigation. About one-third of the total area under cotton cultivation is irrigated. Moist weather and heavy rainfall at the time of boll-opening and picking are detrimental to cotton as the plant becomes vulnerable to pests and diseases. High amount of rainfall in beginning and sunny and dry weather at ripening time are very useful for a good crop. Cotton is a kharif crop which requires 6 to 8 months to mature. Its time of sowing and harvesting differs in different parts of the country depending upon the climatic conditions. Manure PreparationFarmers who are preparing cow dung manure on their farms should prepare in between 6 April to 20 April. 1. Make a hole in ground of around 4x8 and height of 4 feet like pyramid. Add 5-10 trolley container of cow dung in the hole. 2. Then add 1.5 litre Varad Humic Power and Tricodarma in 100 litre of water.

  • 4th September 2021