Boundary Wall for Farm

Boundary Wall Design Model 1 FIRST ROW Leave 1.5 feet from neighbor farm land Prepare Soil Bud Size 3 Feet wide Put Gliricidia Plant at the edge of the soil bund which is towards neighbor farm. It used as cut[…]

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Companion Plants for Cultivation

Companion Leafy Crop Companion Flower Crop Companion Vegetable Crop                          COMPANION PLANTING  CHART (FLOWERS)           Plant Type     Compatible For Companion Planting         Incompatible  Marigold  Potatoes, Peppers, Eggplants             Beans  Nasturtiums  Beans, Peppers, Cabbage, Cucumbers,    Sunflowers Squash,[…]

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Crop Rotation

Before cultivating any crops, you should know the family where your crop belongs. To make sure that you plant on the next cropping a crop that belongs to a different family than the previous one. This will help soil health[…]

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Intercropping

Inter cropping is the agricultural practice of cultivating two or more crops in the same space at the same time. Inter cropping also uses the practice of sowing a fast growing crop with a slow growing crop Ragi is grown[…]

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Mixed & Integrated Farming

Mixed Farming is common worldwide.In spite of a tendency in agribusiness, research and teaching towards specialized forms of farming. Obviously, mixed farming has both advantages and disadvantages. For example, farmers in mixed systems have to divide their attentionand resources over[…]

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Crop Rotator

Crops are grown in a planned sequence from season to season within a year or from year to year. Under Irrigated condition it is grown in rotation with crops like chillies, vegetables, turmeric, tobacco, gram, mustard, barley, linseed etc. Crop[…]

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Farm Land Plan

Any Agricultural activity need precise planning. We need to understand thoroughly Water, Soil, Weather, Rainfall & Market to make profit from our Farm Land. I. Water Availability in the area. Before starting any Agricultural activity check availability of water. Based[…]

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Crop Cultivation Planning

Before starting any agricultural activity in any land. Farmer should assess how much water is available at his source. How much water is required for each plant per day. How to get that much water or store water. Rainwater harvesting.[…]

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Crop Insurance

CROP Insurance is a fundamental requirement for a farmer. It will help him not to get into debt trap. Government of India Crop Insurance Scheme One of the major decisions of the Narendra Modi government in the agricultural sector was[…]

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