Advice from agricultural scientists regarding sowing of vegetables

Advice from agricultural scientists regarding sowing of vegetables

Advice from agricultural specialists on seeding Zaid vegetables: In a few days, the time will come to seed Zaid vegetables (the crop grown between Rabi and Kharif). These crops are seeded between February and March. These crops mostly include cantaloupe, watermelon, muskmelon, cucumber, bottle gourd, ridge gourd, lady's finger, and taro roots.

Farmers who had sowed carrots, cauliflower, cabbage, potatoes, and sugarcane in their fields would suddenly find them empty. Farmers can plant Zaid veggies on the unoccupied fields. Farmers may benefit from these crops by selling them in the marketplaces throughout March, April, and May. This will give significant economic benefits to farmers.

Advice from agricultural specialists regarding vegetable sowing

Always plant veggies in rows. Plants of any vine crop, such as bottle gourd, ridge gourd, and tinda, should be seeded in the same bed rather than in separate locations. If you are growing bottle gourd vines, do not plant any other vines between them, such as bitter gourds or ridge gourds. Because honey bees act as pollinators between male and female flowers, they are unable to sprinkle pollen from other crop vines on female gourd blooms and must rely solely on pollen from bottle gourd vines to pollinate each other. So that the most fruits can be borne.

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Agricultural experts recommend vine vegetables

Vine vegetables such as gourd, ridge gourd, and tinda frequently have decaying and dropping fruits at an early stage. This occurs owing to incomplete pollination and fertilisation in these fruits. To avoid this problem, encourage honey bee migration. To seed vine veggies, cut a long groove 40-45 cm broad and 30 cm deep. Plant vegetables or saplings on both sides of the drain, keeping the gap between plants at 60 cm. To disseminate the vine, construct beds approximately 2 metres wide from the drain's margins. If there is shortage of space, the vine can be spread by fencing it with iron wires parallel to the drain. With the help of rope, the vine can be spread on the roof or any perennial tree.

 Red onion jammed in the mandis of this state

Red onion jammed in the mandis of this state

For your information this year, due to lack of rain, the arrival of red onion is coming from delay. It was planted with delay, as the monsoon rains started with great delay in most of the states in the state. Farmers hope that onion prices will remain stable till the new onion comes in plenty in the market in the coming time. Explain that onion is getting brilliant in the Karanjad sub -market located in Washim district in the state of Maharashtra. Explain that about 19 thousand 500 quintals of summer red onion came from about one thousand vehicles. Red onions have a higher price than summer onions.

According to market committee Chairman Manisha Pagar and Secretary Santosh Gaikwad, summer onions have the highest number of Rs 3300 to 3695 per quintal and average price of Rs 3000 per quintal. In comparison, red onion got the price of Rs 4150 and an average of Rs 3600 per quintal. After the fifteen day holiday of Diwali, the onion market has been getting excellent since the opening of the onion market on Monday. Summer onion season is in its last stage. Also, it is expected that onion prices will remain stable in the coming time.

Reason for delay in arrival of red onion

This year, the rude weather means that the arrival of red onions is being delayed due to lack of rain. Actually, it was planted with great delay. Because, in most of the states, monsoon rains were very delayed. Farmers are hopeful that onion prices will be controlled in the coming time till new onions come in plenty in the market. Prior to Diwali, onion prices had reached Rs 5,000 per quintal. This was the reason that there was only summer onion in the market; new onions had not come. The arrival of red onions with the kharif season has started. This has reduced the price.

Why does the government not come to help farmers

However, in the past, thousands of farmers have sold their onions at cheaper prices. Onion producing farmers union officials have expressed the response, saying that more traders are benefiting from farmers. Earlier, when the Kisan was selling 200 rupees a quintal onion, the government did not provide assistance. Now when the prices were a little cured, the price came out. Farmers are angry with this type of attitude. For a long time, the farmers of the state have sold onions at a lower price than the cost of production. The government should then help them.

What has Mandi Samiti appeal to farmers

Currently, after diwali, the arrival of onion in the m A large amount of onion is coming from areas in the Karanjad sub -divisional campus. Secretary Santosh Gaikwad, Arun Ahire has appealed that the farmers should sell the goods and take cash payments from the traders concerned after the auction. While parking the vehicle, farmers should cooperate with the market committee administration.