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Ginger Farming Full Information

  Ginger  आले ( अद्रक )                         Medium quality, well-drained and well drained soil is suitable for cultivation of this crop. The alluvial soil along the river is suitable for growing tubers. If you want to cultivate ginger in light soil, you should use a lot of manure, compost or green manure so that the yield of ginger is good. Depth of soil to a pan, which impedes rooting. I Should be   Ginger  आले ( अद्रक ) Ginger Fertilizer Management  Ginger requires less than 16 nutrients in total. Therefore, when using fertilizers, use balanced and adequate amount of fertilizers. While preparing the land for ginger cultivation, apply 120 kg N (urea), 75 kg potash and 75 kg P (super phosphate) per hectare at the time of planting. Apply half dose of Nitrogen (Urea) fertilizer about 1 month after completion of germination. The remaining half of N should be given after 2.5 to 3 months (at the time of extraction). At that time 1.5 to 2 tons of neem powder should be given. Ginger culti


  NUTRIENTS REQUIRED FOR GROWTH The growth of crops for which they are suitable for soil nutrients   nutrients  it   says.  An average of  16 nutrients are   required  for good growth of any crop   .  These   16  nutrients   are divided into three groups.   1) Main food: - Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potash are the major nutrients required by the crops which are obtained from the soil and manure. Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen are also essential elements for plant growth.  They get what is supplied to them through air and water. 2) Secondary    nutrients: - Calcium,   Magnesium, Sulfur are the nutrient crops required in moderation.  They are also supplied to the crops from the soil. 3) Micronutrients: - Crops also need nutrients like iron, manganese, copper, zinc, molybdenum, boron, chlorine, but this requirement is very low.  

Micronutrients and their function

Micronutrients and their function  Farmer friends, today we will look at the function of micronutrients on the crop and learn a little about the effects on the crop.  Details will be provided shortly The micronutrients and information are as follows 1) Iron - Fe) Importance   : -  Iron is a very important element. (Chlorophyll) Green matter gives green color to the leaves.  Plants cannot produce chlorophyll without iron.  Moreover, plants cannot take in oxygen.  So iron helps maintain the yellow color of the leaves. 2) Manganese - Mn Importance: -  Manganese is used in plants for various functions like photosynthesis, respiration, and proper nitrogen uptake.  Manganese causes pollen germination, an increase in pollen ducts, and an increase in immunity to pathogens.  Manganese deficiency stunts crop growth and keeps the crop in the same condition as it is. 3) Zinc - Zn Significance: -  It is one of the eight essential nutrients.  Although required in small quantities for plants, it is i