Sowing method and seed rate of Bitter gourd

Sowing method and seed rate of Bitter gourd:- Bitter gourd seeds have a hard seed coat; soak 2-3-month-old seeds overnight in cold water. Seeds are then kept in moist cloth and kept for one or two days for germination.

  • Bitter gourd seeds have a hard seed coat; soak 2-3-month-old seeds overnight in cold water.
  • Seeds are then kept in moist cloth and kept for one or two days for germination.
  • Seeds are immediately sown in pits after germination.
  • 4-5 seeds are directly sown in each pit.
  • About 1.5- 2 kg local seed is enough for a acre.
  • 400-600 gm/acre seed for hybrid and private sector varieties. seed rate vary on variety to variety and sowing spacing.
  • Direct seed sowing is the most common method of planting.
  • On raised furrow beds, 4-5 seeds are sown per hole at a depth of 2 cm.

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Sowing method and seed rate of Bottle gourd

Sowing method and seed rate of Bottle gourd:-Soak seeds in water for 24-48 hrs to facilitate germination.
About 1 to1.5 kg seed is enough for an acre. Four to five seeds are sown per pit.

  • Soak seeds in water for 24-48 hrs to facilitate germination.
  • About 1 to1.5 kg seed is enough for an acre.
  • Four to five seeds are sown per pit.
  • Remove unhealthy plants after two weeks and retain three plants per lit.
  • 300-500 gm/acre seed for hybrid and private sector varieties. seed rate varies on variety to variety and sowing spacing.

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Time of Sowing, Spacing and Seed rate of Carrot

Time of Sowing, Spacing and Seed rate of Carrot:- Time of sowing:- August-September is best time for sowing local (desi) varieties of carrots whereas October-November month is ideal for European……….

Time of Sowing, Spacing and Seed rate of Carrot:-

  • Time of sowing:- August-September is best time for sowing local (desi) varieties of carrots whereas October-November month is ideal for European varieties.
  • Seed Rate:- For sowing of one acre land seed rate of 4-5 kg is sufficient.
  • Spacing:- Use row to row spacing of 45 cm and plant to plant spacing of 7.5 cm.
  • Sowing Depth:- For good growth, sown seeds at depth of 1.5 cm.

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Sowing time, Planting and Seed Rate of Garlic

Sowing time, Planting and Seed Rate of Garlic:- Cloves are sown in september-November in central India. Selection of cloves is important for garlic planting. Individual cloves from seed garlic bulbs should be separated but not long before planting.

Sowing time, Planting and Seed Rate of Garlic:-

  • Cloves are sown in september-November in central India.
  • Selection of cloves is important for garlic planting.
  • Individual cloves from seed garlic bulbs should be separated but not long before planting.
  • Twist off the outer skins and take the cloves apart without breaking the basal plate of the cloves, as that makes them unusable for planting.
  • With hardneck garlic, the remainder of the stem acts as a handy lever for separating the cloves.
  • Big cloves (>1.5g) should be selected for planting. Small, diseased and damaged cloves should be rejected.
  • Seed rate for garlic is 400-500 kg/ha.
  • Selected cloves should be planted vertically 2 cm below soil surface with plant to plant spacing of 10 cm and row to row spacing of 15 cm.

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Spacing and Seed Rate of Pea

Spacing and Seed Rate of Pea:-The spacing of 10 c.m. from plant to plant is ideal. The seeds should be sown 2-3 cm deep in the  soil. The row to row distance should be 30 cm. About 100 kg seed is enough for a hectare.

Spacing and Seed Rate of Pea:-

  • The spacing of 10 c.m. from plant to plant is ideal.
  • The seeds should be sown 2-3 cm deep in the  soil.
  • The row to row distance should be 30 cm.  
  • About 100 kg seed is enough for a hectare.

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Land Preparation and Seed Rate for Okra Cultivation

Land Preparation and Seed Rate for Okra Cultivation:-The land should be well prepared with 2-3 Ploughing. Okra is sown or ridges or on flat soil. If soil is heavy sowing should be done on ridges. Seed rate required is 7-8 kg/Acre…………

Land Preparation and Seed Rate for Okra Cultivation:-

  • The land should be well prepared with 2-3 Ploughing.
  • Okra is sown or ridges or on flat soil. If soil is heavy sowing should be done on ridges.
  • Seed rate required is 7-8 kg/Acre during spring-summer season sowing.
  • Seed rate recommended for kharif crop is 3-4 kg/Acre.

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Seed rate and sowing time for Onion

Seed rate and sowing time for Onion – The proper seed rate for cultivation of onion and special attention given at the time of sowing is very important otherwise there is a lot of impact on the production.

Proper seed rate and sowing time are two things which are very important for sowing, growth, and cultivation of onion. If not done so, there can be a lot of impact on the production.

Sowing time:-

  • To cultivate onion, the onion nursery has to be prepared first, the onion nursery is prepared for Rabi season in December and transplanting are done in the month of January.
  • In Kharif, nursery is prepared from 15 June to 15 July, and transplant is done in the last week of August.

Seed rate:-

  • 8-10 kg seed is sufficient for raising seedlings for one hectare, accommodating 100-110 beds of 3m X 0.6m size each.
  • For broadcasting directly in the field or sowing in the rows, 15-20 kg seeds are enough for a hectare.
  • For multiplier onions 10-12 quintal bulblets are required for planting one hectare.

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