Collector Mr. Taran Prakash Sinha, for the aim of offering most advantages to the farmers of the district, whereas implementing the departmental schemes on time, directions are being given to the agriculture division and different associated departments to offer obligatory steering to the involved beneficiaries on the floor degree. Huh. So that the farmer can earn most revenue by doing farming with superior know-how. In the identical sequence, the farmers of the district are being inspired by the Agriculture Department and the involved officers, together with Collector Mr. Sinha, to sow different crops like mustard, wheat, tivda, and so on. as an alternative of paddy in Rabi crop 2022-23. According to the data obtained from the Agriculture Department, a goal has been set for cultivation of mustard selection RH 725 in a complete of 556 acres within the district for this rabi crop. For which a goal of 111 acres has been supplied in every improvement block. Out of which 218 acres have been sown as mustard seed crop. On cultivation by superior know-how of mustard, 15 to twenty quintals in non-irrigated areas and 20 to 30 quintals per hectare grain yield in irrigated areas provides good revenue.
According to the data obtained from the Agriculture Department, October to November is the precise time for sowing mustard and on the time of preparation for its cultivation, manure from nicely rotten cow dung on the price of seven to 12 tonnes per acre ought to be combined nicely within the soil and Soil ought to be examined for correct use. The amount of seed is required on the price of two kg per acre and the seed is 4 to five cm. Must be sown deep. In Mustard, apply 40 kg Nitrogen (90 kg Urea), 12 kg Phosphorus (75 kg Single Super Phosphate) and 6 kg Potassium (10 kg Muriate of Potash) per acre. In low rainfall areas, apply all of the fertilizers earlier than sowing. For Mustard Half amount of manure ought to be utilized earlier than sowing and half amount on the time of first watering. Keep in thoughts that fertilizer ought to be used solely on the premise of soil take a look at. For mustard cultivation, plow the land two or 3 times with native plow or cultivator and every plowing Sprinkle the crop after irrigation. To get a great crop, three irrigations are required at an interval of three weeks after sowing. To save the moisture within the soil, use extra natural fertilizers. Mustard cultivation To forestall weeds, weeding ought to be executed 2-3 occasions in 15 days. If the crop is over-ripened, the opportunity of cracking of pods will increase. Therefore, the crop ought to be harvested when the vegetation flip yellow and the pods flip brown. After drying the crop, the grains are separated by thresher or by beating with sticks.After drying the seeds are put in sacks. Should be saved in a dry and moisture free place. Mustard may be cultivated in sandy to heavy clay soil, however sandy loam soil is best suited.
Tillage farming is a greater possibility to extend the extra earnings of the farmers. The essential goal of Utera farming is to make use of the moisture current within the fields for germination and development of the subsequent crop in addition to to advertise bi-cropped space enlargement. Linseed, mustard, urad, gram, tivda, wheat and so on. are sown as fallow crops. In this technique of rising crops, the second crop is sown earlier than the primary crop is harvested. Through this, farmers get pulses, oilseeds and extra produce together with paddy. The fields additionally get nitrogen from pulse crops. Farming with this technique doesn’t hurt the soil and in addition conserves biodiversity and atmosphere and there’s no must burn stubble and straw from the crops by doing farming with this technique.
The Collector appealed to the farmers to take the harvested crop after the Kharif crop.
Collector Mr. Taran Prakash Sinha has appealed to the farmers to sow linseed, mustard, urad, gram, tivda, wheat and so on. after the Kharif crop, benefiting from the moisture within the discipline. He mentioned that this may enhance the financial situation of the farmers of the district resulting from extra earnings.
As per the directions of Collector Mr. Taran Prakash Sinha, the agriculture division and the involved departments are motivating the farmers of the district to take the sown crops. Under this, throughout the tour of various areas of the district by Deputy Director Agriculture Mr. M. D. Mankar, farmers Mr. Santosh Laharen, Mr. Ramlal, Mr. Udalik Sahu, Mr. Lakhan Khunte, Mr. Sahru Ram, Mr. Bhagbali, Mr. Gitaram Khunte, Mr. Krishna Kumar Necessary steering was supplied whereas observing the sown crop within the fields of 75 farmers together with Mr. Avdharam, Mr. Manoj Khunte and different farmers of the district had been additionally motivated to plant sown crop.