Saturday, 11 July 2020

One lakh Crore Approved for Agriculture Sector

Farmer
The central government is continuously working to increase farmers' income and facilities. Under this, the Agriculture Infrastructure Fund worth one lakh crore rupees has been approved in the cabinet meeting held on few days back under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Read the full article about this scheme and fund. What are the benefits of this ?

Friday, 19 June 2020

Better farm Better Lives


Better farm better lives
farm

Bayer has launched a new global campaign called 'Better Farms, Better Lives' i.e. 'Better Farming, Better Life' to help small farmers facing extreme crises in times of coronavirus pandemic). In India, under this, a free kit of seeds and crop protection products will be given to the farmers. Under the campaign, 4 lakh small farmers in 204 districts of 17 states will be helped in the cultivation of major crops like paddy, maize, vegetables, and jowar-millet. In this, there will be a special focus on women farmers with small holdings and migrant laborers who want to start agriculture in their small farms after the helpless return to the village.

Friday, 12 June 2020

Madhya Pradesh is at Top where Punjab is at Second Place in wheat

Punjab at second in wheat
Wheat

Punjab is counted in a state of good production in production and procurement in the entire country. This time, Madhya Pradesh has left behind in Punjab in the case of wheat preparation. Although the margins worked very well, the Madhya Pradesh government left Punjab behind, which increased its farmers and government performance.

Thursday, 11 June 2020

Farmers have a tendency to grow mung crops, profit is more than the cost

Mung Area
Green Gram

The cultivation of moong is beginning to be pleasing to farmers in northern, western, and central India. The practice of cultivating moong is increasing year after year. This time the cultivation of moong is expected to be doubled. The crop is also better than farmers using organic manure.

Thursday, 4 June 2020

Kharif Crop MSP 2020 Increased

Paddy MSP Increase
Paddy

The central government has increased the minimum support price (MSP) of paddy, the main Kharif crop for the Kharif marketing season 2020-21 by just Rs 53 per quintal, ie 2.9 percent, to Rs 1,868 for the common variety and Rs 1,888 per grade-A variety. Have set the quintal. The increase in MSP of paddy has been reduced as compared to last year.

Wednesday, 3 June 2020

Sugar Production decreased in India

Sugar production has decreased by 18.11 percent till 31 May 2020, the first eight months of the current crushing season 2019-20, which started from October 1, 2019. 
Sugar Production India
Sugar Production

During this period the total production of 268.21 lakh tonnes has been produced whereas 327.53 lakh tonnes of sugar had been produced during the same period of the previous crushing season. A total of 270 lakh tonnes of sugar is estimated to be produced by the end of the current crushing season.

Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Most Vegetables Rotten in field in India

The long lockdown in India has broken the back of vegetable producing farmers. Tomatoes and brinjals are rotting in some fields, and some have beetroot harvested at a cost of two lakh rupees. Farmers like Palwal and Tinda are also forced to sell cheaply.
farmers sell tomato

Sunday, 31 May 2020

Yellowing of Green Gram

Green Gram is a major growing pulses in India. More than 50 lakh Hectares in India every year. It is also known as moong/Mung in India.
Vantika Tech
Green Gram

Saturday, 30 May 2020

Odisha Govt spend 17000 crore Agri, fishery and rural development

Odisha Govt Spend 17000 crore

Odisha Govt announced 17000 crore

Odisha Govt will spend Rs 17000 crore during the next 10 months. They include the agriculture sector like fishery, animal resources, forests and handloom, handcraft in rural areas and 6640 crores in NREGA to generate employment through these sectors.

Friday, 29 May 2020

50% subsidy on cool House-refrigerated van to Promote Horticulture


Subsidy Uttrakhand
Fruit and Vegetables

Fruit, vegetable, and flower growers will be able to expand the scope of their business. The state government will also provide a subsidy of up to 50 percent for making horticulture cool houses and buying refrigerated vans. This subsidy will be from 7.5 lakh to 13 lakh rupees. Along with this, the implementation of the seed and pesticide scheme for the gardeners of the state on the lines of the Center was also approved.

Thursday, 28 May 2020

Mango Powdery Mildew

The powdery mildew-The scientific name of this disease is Oidium mangiferae/ Acrosporum mangiferae
mango Powdery Mildew

Wednesday, 27 May 2020

Locusts attacks over Many States of India

In more than half a dozen states of the country, there is a possibility of heavy damage to Kharif crops like sugarcane, cotton, moong as well as vegetables and horticultural crops due to the attack of locusts in farmers' fields. Along with Uttar Pradesh, the governments of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Haryana, and Chhattisgarh have become active to deal with them. Pesticide spraying is being done along with making monitoring committees.
Locusts Attack
Locusts 

Tuesday, 26 May 2020

VM Singh 27 May Kisan Bachao Desh Bachao



VM Singh
Sardar VM Singh 

To bring the country's economy back on track, the Central Government has announced a special economic relief package of 20 lakh crores. Its effect will be seen in the coming time. But economic experts believe that this package could also fail to accelerate the economy without creating demand in the market.

Monday, 25 May 2020

Bajra Improved High Yield Variety

Pearl millet is also known as Bajra In India. It is cultivated in Dryland areas as well as in central and western parts of the country. 
Bajra Vareity

Sunday, 24 May 2020

Preparation to increase MSP of Kharif crop

This is news of may relief for farmers amid coronavirus pandemic time in India. The central government is preparing to increase the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for the purchase of Kharif crops.
MSP Increase for kharif

Friday, 22 May 2020

Crop and Weather for 23-25 May 2020

Weather 23-25 May
Crop and Weather


Weather forecast for the next three days from 23rd May to 25th May 2020.


As we know that due to Amphan there is huge damage in West Bengal. Some people had lost their life. Today we are going to read about the weather forecast and agriculture advisory for farmers so they can protect their crops. Weather is very important for farmers. 

Moderate to heavy rain observed in Eastern and Southern parts of the country during the last 48 hours and very heavy rain with high speed of cyclone in West Bengal, Orissa, and Some parts of Jharkhand. Whereas light rain is observed in Northeast India. 

According to the IMD Moderate to heavy rain may occur over Assam, Meghalaya, and Arunachal Pradesh during the next three days. Whereas light to moderate rain may occur over Jammu, Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Kerala, and some more parts of Northeast India. Isolated rain may occur over some parts of Punjab, Karnataka, and Tamilnadu. 

Heat Wave condition may occur over Rajasthan, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujrat, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh during next three days. The maximum temperature in some parts of the country is above 40-degree Celsius and reach up to 45-degree Celsius in Western and Central parts of the country. 

Agriculture Advisory for the farmers


Farmers are advised to provide irrigation in standing crop fields like vegetables, pulses, and Horticulture crops during the evening time to reduce heat stress. 

Complete the sowing of cotton in northern and central parts of the country.
 
Farmers can start the nursery preparation of the paddy crop.

Farmers can start the land preparation of Maize, Bajra and Guar crop in Northern parts of the country.

Early cotton sowing farmers apply weeding and hoeing in cotton. Apply irrigation in 30-35 days old cotton.

Disease and pest attack may occur over vegetables like Tomato, Brinjal, Okra, and pulses like mung and urad so monitor the crop regularly.

Farmers can see the variety selection for different crops like Maize, Cotton, Soybean, and Paddy for high yield. And Subscribe our YouTube Channel for the latest Agriculture Updates and crop information Videos.

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Thursday, 21 May 2020

EU Reducing Pesticides and Promoting Organic


Save Environment
Environment 

The European Commission unveiled plans on 20th May 2020 to protect biodiversity and building a more sustainable food system. Also, reduce the use of pesticides and promote Organic Farming. 

Wednesday, 20 May 2020

Wheat Procurement Update

Wheat Procurement
Wheat Procurement

Wheat procurement has reached 301.95 lakh tonnes by May 17 in the current RB marketing season 2020-21, which is 74% of the fixed target of 407 lakh tonnes. Including Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, and Haryana, where 92.14 percent of seats have been purchased, the largest producer states Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and other states have only 7.86 percent share in the purchase.

According to Food Corporation of India (FCI), Punjab accounts for 40.75 percent of the total wheat procurement so far, 29.38 percent of Madhya Pradesh, and 22.03 percent of Haryana, while Uttar Pradesh has only 5.31 percent and 2.36 percent of the rate.

Food and Public Distribution Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said in a tweet on Monday that under the procurement target set for the Rabi season 2020-21, procurement of wheat and rice from farmers is going on. He said that the Food Corporation of India (FCI) has purchased 301.95 lakh tonnes of wheat and 44.85 lakh tonnes of rice till 17 May. All procurement centers are taking full care of protection from Kovid-19 infection. The procurement of wheat from Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan started from April 15 while from Haryana from April 20.

According to FCI, 301.95 lakh tonnes of wheat has been purchased so far in the current Rabi at the support price, while 314.19 lakh tonnes were procured in the same period of the last Rabi season. According to FCI, out of the total procurement done so far, Punjab has the highest procurement of 123.02 lakh tonnes, in Madhya Pradesh about 88.70 lakh tonnes and in Haryana, 66.49 lakh tonnes of wheat has been procured while 16.03 lakh tonnes in Uttar Pradesh and 7.12 lakh tonnes in Rajasthan. Purchased at the support price. Other states have procured 26,409 tonnes from Uttarakhand, 10,955 tonnes from Chandigarh, 28 tonnes from Delhi, 15,527 tonnes in Gujarat, 2,614 tonnes in Himachal Pradesh and 11 tonnes from Jammu and Kashmir.

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Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Top Paddy Variety

paddy variety
Paddy(Dhaan)


As the kharif season have been started and farmers are waiting for the paddy sowing because it is the main kharif sowing crop over the India. Today we are going to read about the top improved variety of paddy. 

Monday, 18 May 2020

Cyclone Amphan Update

Cyclone amphan update
Amphan Cyclone

As we are waiting for the southwest monsoon in India but before reaching the Monson a low-pressure area was formed in the Bay of Bengal and moving towards the Andhra Pradesh and coastal area of southern India. 

Sunday, 17 May 2020

Improved High Yield Soybean Variety

Soybean cultivation is major oilseed crop. It Cultivated in many states of the country specially for oil. Madhya Pradesh is the largest and best quality soybean producer in India. Today we are going to read about the major and high yield variety of soybean in India.
Soybean variety
Soybean variety


Saturday, 16 May 2020

Nirmala Sitharaman announce the relief fund for farmers

Day 3 Nirmala Sitharaman announce the relief fund for farmers. Early she had announced on labour and entrepreneurs. Also some for salaried people.
Farmers relief fund
Farmer


Friday, 15 May 2020

Finance Minister announcement for Farmers and Workers

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced on 14th May 2020 the second installment of the Rs 20 lakh crore package announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to give relief to the sluggish economy and Indian people due to Coronavirus lockdown. 
finance minister 20 lakh crore
Nirmala Sitharaman Finance Minister

Thursday, 14 May 2020

Haryana CM will Promote all 22 Districts

Some days ago Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said promoted under cluster scheme in all 22 districts of Haryana to generate employment opportunities. 


Haryana Govt
Industry

In Sirsa district, there is good agricultural produce, there will be plans to prepare food processing units as well as a cluster of the textile industry. Agricultural and food-based industries, iron and steel industries will be promoted in Fatehabad and Jind district. In Hisar already a good industry of iron and steel in Hisar district and textile in Bhiwani it will be further promoted. 

Mahendragarh district is a mustard area and if there are more oil mills and it will promote further this industry. Apart from this, auto component industries will also be set up. Auto components, the textile industry in Rewari district, pharmaceutical industry and chemical industry in Nuh district, scientific equipment in Ambala, IT and IT-enabled services in Panchkula, agriculture and food-based and automobile components in Sonipat will be expanded.

Auto components, construction, and engineering, agricultural and food-based industries in Faridabad and oil mills in Charkhi Dadri will be promoted. Yamuna Nagar already has plywood and steel factories, it will be promoted. Paper mills, agricultural and food-based industries will be set up in Kurukshetra. The textile industry is already running in Panipat, along with it, we will promote agriculture and food-based industries. The footwear industry in Jhajjar, especially Bahadurgarh, will be further expanded.

Haryana Govt will pursue engineering units in Rohtak. Automobiles, auto components, IT and IT-enabled services, electrical, electronics, engineering will be expanded in Gurugram. To promote agriculture and food-based, packaging and pharmaceutical industries in Karnal. 

By this type of development citizens, workers, and laborers working in every district will get employment and try to reduce unemployment.

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Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Fruit Agriculture Activity for May

Fruit Agriculture Work
Fruits

As agriculture field crop work is done in the month of May as we read about the fruit agriculture work for this month. This work is done in the plan areas of the country. 

Tuesday, 12 May 2020

Wheat Procurement in Northern States

Wheat Procurement in Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh 

Wheat Procurement
Wheat Procurement 

In the current Rabi season 2020-2021, procurement on wheat on MSP has increased to 252.50 lakh tonnes. In which Uttar Pradesh is the largest producing wheat state of the country and has a share of only 4.80 percent. The central government has fixed the MSP of wheat at Rs 1,925 per quintal for the current Rabi marketing season 2020-21 where the Rs 1,840 per quintal in the previous Rabi. We think that Uttar Pradesh will contribute in large quantity but this year due to coronavirus the Govt is some step away from Wheat procurement.

According to FCI, procurement of wheat from Punjab, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh is going on in full swing, but with Uttar Pradesh, procurement from Rajasthan is being done in limited quantity. 

According to the Punjab Food department or procurement, they have covered 85 percent of the wheat procurement within 26 days of purchase from the state. The target of procurement from the state is 135 lakh tonnes while the procurement of 114.90 lakh tonnes of wheat has been completed by May 10. But when we see the previous year data they purchased 129 lakh tonnes of wheat at MSP.

If we see the Haryana procurement which is 57.6 lakh tons for the current year 2020. The target is 95 lakh tons and covers approximately 61 percent where the last year 93 lakh tons purchased by the state. According to the Food and supply department, the govt has purchase 376175 farmers wheat and paid 1500 crore.

Where the Uttar Pradesh govt is far away from the target which is 55 lakh tons but they purchase only 12 lakh tons and they said this is due to lack of jute sacks. But the state govt now allows plastic burrow in the state. Also, confirm that they had purchased more than 2 lakh farmers wheat with keep in mind of social distancing.

If we see the procurement center in the state they are more than other states they have around 6000 centers but when we see the last year procurement data which is 37 lakh tons then they have increased their target and delay due to coronavirus conditions in the country. 

The production of wheat including both the states of Punjab and Haryana is estimated to be 300 lakh tonnes, while procurement from these states has been more than 172 lakh tonnes, i.e. 57% of the total production. Uttar Pradesh is estimated to produce 363 lakh tonnes of wheat while procurement has been done, only 12.1 lakh tonnes i.e. only 4.04 percent of the total production.

The central government has set a target of procuring 407 lakh tonnes of wheat 2020-21 as against 341.32 lakh tonnes of wheat procured in the last year.

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Monday, 11 May 2020

Weather forecast and Crop Advisory

Weather Forecast and agriculture advisory for farmers

Weather Forecast
Crop and Weather

Weather is very important all the time for farmers and most important when the crop sowing time is continue. Today's Farmers first see the weather than take an action to the field at the time of sowing to reduce the germination percentage and also watch its impact on crops. As usual, we read about the weather forecast for the next five days( 10 May -15 May 2020)  in India and agriculture advisory related to weather.

During the next five days, heavy rain with gusty winds at isolated places may occur over West Bengal, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Assam, and Meghalaya.

Light to moderate rain at isolated places may occur over Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Jharkhand. Whereas light rain may occur over Chandigarh, Haryana, Delhi NCR, Western Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh. 

Dust storm may likely over isolated places over Rajasthan. 

Day temperature is below 1-2 degrees Celsius than normal in northern states of the country whereas above normal in western parts of the country.

Remain parts of the country will dry and some parts have cloudy weather.

Farmer and Weather

  • Farmers are advised to postpone the cotton sowing for 2-3 days. But the Haryana farmers can sow the cotton and some parts in Maharashtra. Due to cloudy weather leaf curl problem may occur over cotton crops. Farmers, please monitor your cotton crop if the symptoms were observed please take measure action against this. This weather is good for early cotton sowing farmers to growth and weather is helpful for early cotton crops. 
  • In vegetable crop pests and diseases also may occur, monitor their crop, and provide light irrigation in vegetables according to need. 
  • Farmers can start the sowing of Guar, Bajra, Maize, and Sorghum and also complete the sowing of pulses.
  • If rain in forecast places farmers are advised to avoid irrigation in standing crops. 

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Sunday, 10 May 2020

Leaf Curl Problem in Cotton Crop

In Indian agriculture, the Kharif season is very important in which two crops play an important role. One is Paddy and another is Cotton on which most of the farmers were depend and cultivated in India. In cotton crops, some problem comes in crops, especially in early sowing cotton crop. 
Leaf Curl Cotton
Damage cotton plant

Friday, 8 May 2020

Govt decision to take out 46 fruit and vegetable from Mandi

A good news for the farmers to increase the farmer income. The Yogi government took a major decision to increase the income of farmers and achieve the goal of ease of doing business. 46 fruits and vegetables in the state have been excluded from the notification of the Mandi Act. That is, now there will be no mandi fee of any kind.


Fruit and Vegetables
Fruit and Vegetable

Thursday, 7 May 2020

50% Subsidy on Agriculture Machinery and Equipment

Punjab Govt. providing the 50% subsidy to the farmers. As we know that this is the main season of Kharif crop Especially for Paddy in Punjab. Due to the COVID-19 where all the States were lockdown and farmers are facing the main labor in many states especially in Punjab where most of the farmers were dependent on labor.
50% Subsidy on Agriculture Machinery and Equipment
Subsidy

Wednesday, 6 May 2020

VM Singh demand to Govt for farmers?

The country is fighting a serious epidemic like coronavirus and in this battle the farmer of the country is standing on the front because it is due to them that there is a lot of food grains in the country. Farmers all over the country started the Kisan Karja Mukti Abhiyan campaign to spread their message to the government. Young farmers of the country conveyed their message to our Prime Minister, that now he will not sit silent.
VM Singh
VM Singh Supporting Farmers

Tuesday, 5 May 2020

Agriculture Work For May Month

In agriculture there sector there are different crops and different works every month. So today we are going to read the agriculture work to be done in the month of May.
Agriculture
May Agriculture Work

We have divided the crop in a different category.
1. Field Crops
2. Pulses
3. Vegetables
4. Green Manure 
5. Fodder Crops 

Monday, 4 May 2020

Farmers Worried and Govt plan for Kharif Season

Coronavirus lockdown hit the availability of labor in the ongoing wheat marketing season, and now the situation of states affects the sowing of paddy. The lack of labor is a cause of worry for farmers who fear there will be no farmhands in June when paddy season begins. In paddy season the labor place a major role in states like Punjab and Haryana.

Vantikatech
Paddy Season

Sunday, 3 May 2020

Weather forecast and agriculture for farmers


Weather and Crop
Weather

Moderate to heavy rain with thunderstorm and squally winds may occur over Jammu & Kashmir, West Bengal, Bihar, and Northeast India during the next five days. 

Wheres

Saturday, 2 May 2020

Modi said on Paddy crop and Lockdown Update

On Thursday the  Bihar State Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi said on Paddy crop. He told the precautionary measures taken in state and procurement of paddy is more by keeping the agriculture sector free. They told that more than 3.15 lakh metric tonnes of paddy had been procured during the extended one-month period of April for paddy procurement keeping agricultural operations free from lockdown.
Modi said on Paddy crop and Lockdown Update
Paddy Procurement

Friday, 1 May 2020

Kerala state government spend Rs 3,000 crores in Agriculture

Kerala state government has recently announced that they are planning to spend Rs 3,000 crores over the next year to boost state food production and revive agriculture. They also said the aim of behind this to revitalize agriculture, increase the revenue of their farmers and bring the youth of state towards farming and the people who had lost their jobs. 
Kerala state government  spend Rs 3,000 crores in Agriculture
Boost Agriculture Sector

Thursday, 30 April 2020

Whitefly inTomato

Tomato is a very important vegetable at every time. So today we are going to read on Whitefly in Tomato. 
Whitefly

Wednesday, 29 April 2020

Farmers are facing different agriculture Crops related Problems

Meerut farmers were facing problems in Peach. farmers have been fearing heavy losses due to this lockdown. Actually, they are not able to reach his peach crop in Mandis. Meerut area of ​​western Uttar Pradesh is particularly known for sugarcane and mango cultivation, but peaches are also famous here. 

farmers in lockdown
A Farmer is waiting for clear lockdown days


Tuesday, 28 April 2020

80% wheat harvested by Govt ?

During the lockdown period in India some technology and relief for farmers. Govt try to make the system online and easy for farmers and traders. Last  Sunday Govt officers confirmation some technology and data.    
Wheat Harvesting
Wheat harvesting

Monday, 27 April 2020

Wheat sacks drench in many Mandies farmers worried

The wheat crop of farmers in grain markets was drenched due to rain in many areas on Sunday. Wheat kept under the open sky is drenched due to a lack of adequate management of tarpaulin in Mandis and wheat procurement centers. 13-grain Mandis of Yamunanagar where are fully filled. At the same time, more than 100 wheat procurement centers were also filled to a great extent with water. The wheat was kept under the open sky for two days as the arrival of wheat intensified. There was no good arrangement for raising wheat. Farmers allege that there is no labor arrangement in the mandi or tarpaulin, which has made their wheat wet.
Grain Market
Rain in Mandi

Sunday, 26 April 2020

Agriculture Ministry Increase Production

Agriculture Ministry set a target of 149.92 Million Tonns production and promote oilseed and pulses crop production

According to Agriculture Ministry, the area of rice sown is increased by 37.70 percent to 34.73 lakh ha during this Kharif season 2020-21. This area is 25.22 lakh hectare during last year and the same season.

Agriculture Ministry
Production Target


Saturday, 25 April 2020

Weather and Agriculture advisory for Farmers

According to the India Meteorology Department continued moisture incursion to eastern and north-eastern parts of India from Bay of Bengal favorable position of an Anticyclone circulation at lower levels and associated with strong winds. During the next five days moderate to heavy rain may continue over Eastern and northeast India. 
Weather and Agriculture Advisory for Farmers
Crop and Weather

Friday, 24 April 2020

PM Modi interacted with Sarpanches through video conferencing

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today interacted with Sarpanches across the country through video conferencing on Panchayati Raj Day.
PM Modi
PM Narendra Modi

Organic Farmyard Manure

Manures are the organic matter derived from animals feed, humans, and plant residues that contain plant nutrients in composite organic forms. The manure could also be in several forms like Farmyard manure, Sheep and Goat Manure, Poultry Manure, Oil cakes, and green manure. But today we'll examine Farmyard manure.

Organic manure
FYM

Thursday, 23 April 2020

Pest management in Onion

Onion is the most common bulb vegetable grown in India. Pest management is very important in this crop for better yield and good quality. This article will help you to find out the onion pest and control measure. Let us see the major pests of onion.
Pest Management in Onion
Green Onion

Wednesday, 22 April 2020

Pests of Peral Millet (Bajra)

In the agriculture sector, a farmer puts its all efforts to provide food to the world. As all the things in agriculture done through the hard work and unbelievable efforts of farmers. After the month of efforts every year, the farmer's crop is reduced due to insects or pest attacks in the crop which affect the quality as well as quantity. In this article, we provide the major insects and their management in Cumbu(Pearl Millet) and Bajra in India. 
Major Pests of Pearl Millet
Pearl Millet ( Bajra)

Tuesday, 21 April 2020

How much hectares of wheat and Pulses has been harvested?

As we were seeing from last few days that a lockdown in India. So far, 66 -67% of the total land area of ​​310 million hectares of wheat has been harvested in the country amid the ongoing lockdown due to the Coronavirus epidemic. The efforts of the farmers along with the central and state governments have ensured that there is no impediment to the Rabi harvesting operations and continuous sowing of summer crops.
How much Area harvested of rabi crop
Wheat Harvesting

Monday, 20 April 2020

How to Increase the Pulses Yield?

Hello, today we examine pulses and the way to enhance and increase the yield. India ranks first both as producer and consumer of pulses. In India, pulses imports at a high level as domestic requirements for consumption as food. So, to achieve self-sufficiency in terms of pulse production the constraints in cultivation got to be addressed. During the pulses production faces a series of restraints include physiological limitations.


How to increase the yield of Green Gram
Green Gram
These limitations include low germination percentage, insufficient source, low leaf quality, indeterminate growth habit, C3 photosynthetic apparatus, low photosynthesis, hormones inhibitors, a decline in nodule activity and grain quality. To beat these types of limitations an application of growth hormones is adopted also at appropriate time and quantity. 

Sunday, 19 April 2020

Weather and Agriculture Advisory

As we knew that the weather is very important all the time especially for farmers. This time most of the Indian states have wheat crop and harvesting continues. If they know the weather in advance they take some measure steps for their crop. Which protects the quality of crop and against the weather. So we are writing about the weather and its impacts on crops and proving agriculture advisory for farmers. So let us see the next three days weather forecast and agriculture advisory.

Weather and Agriculture Advisory
Weather and Crop

Saturday, 18 April 2020

High Yield Cotton Varieties

As we know that the cotton sowing time is arriving and some farmers already started the sowing of cotton. This article will help you to choose a good variety of cotton for your soil and location. In this article, we discussed the high yielding and good variety of cotton. These varieties are the best variety of cotton trending in India and the most liked variety by the farmers. These varieties average yield is 11-15 quintal/acre. 
Cotton variety
Cotton