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Effective control of rodents in sugarcane field.

The problem of rats in sugar cane fields has been seen for a long time and they cause heavy damage where sugar cane is grown. The actual amount of damage done by rats is small, but the destruction they cause is large. The rats feed through the rind of the cane stalk and eat the soft juicy and sweet tissues ...

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By the cultivation of new varieties of sugarcane farmers can increase sugar production in Pakistan up to 4%, Agriculture experts

Agriculture experts said that by the cultivation of new varieties of sugarcane farmers can increase sugar production in Pakistan by up to 4%, the use of modern production technology can help Pakistan to be the largest sugarcane producer in the world. According to modern research, if sugarcane is cultivated in deep rows, then the yield of summer crop can be ...

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Application of gypsum in the rice field

Gypsum is one of the most commonly used amendments for the reclamation of sodic soils, because of its low cost, easy availability, and ease of handling. Application of gypsum on normal soils has shown improved crop yields, which may be possibly due to supplementation of soil with sulfur and calcium. Farmers can also apply the gypsum to prevent the damages ...

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Farmers are instructed to complete the late cultivation of cucumber immediately.

Agriculture experts have instructed farmers to complete the late planting of cucumbers immediately further, said that farmers should ensure timely cultivation of the crop as well as take care of the fertility of the soil. And for proper increase in the amount of organic matter, apply compost at the rate of 10 to 12 tons per acre in the field ...

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Chillie growers are instructed to harvest the chillies on time.

The agriculture experts have instructed the chillies growers to complete the picking of chillies on time. If the picking operation is not done on time, there is a risk of crop damage. Thus, no laziness or negligence should be shown in this regard. The picking process should be begun when the chillies are well matured and its colour is completely ...

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Irrigation management of crops in monsoon season

Summer monsoon season in Pakistan is of great importance for its agricultural, economic and social purposes. Due to the ongoing monsoon season, the crops are getting the required water supply and irrigation. Therefore, farmers should not give more water to the crops. These rains are not only used for water needs of plants in the agricultural sector but also to ...

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Agricultural experts have instructed farmers to start harvesting of kagzi lemons and citrus limetta

Agricultural experts have instructed farmers to start harvesting of kagzi lemons and citrus limetta, further said that gardeners should also start harvesting of citrus fruits in time. 1 kg of urea, 1 kg of DAP, 1 kg of potash per plant should be added after harvesting of kagzi lemons and citrus limetta. Dig 3 square foot pits for planting new ...

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Farmers are instructed to use sulfuric acid in paddy field.

Agriculture experts said that 10 liters of sulfuric acid should be applied at any time in the paddy field with at least two irrigations in per acre at any time. If the soil is more acidic than use 15 liters of sulfuric acid, there will be no zinc deficiency and no need of use of zinc fertilizer.

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Onion growers are instructed to take special care of fertilizer before transplantation of seedling.

Agriculture expert have instructed onion growers to complete the transplantation of onion seedling immediately. For best production, preference should be given to Phulkara and Dark Red varieties. For transplantation of onion seedling, soil should be prefer which has full capacity to absorb water. Better results can be obtained by applying compost at the rate of one mounds per marla before ...

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Role of Phosphorus in Lactating Cows.

Phosphorus is an important macro-mineral to all forms of life and about 80-85% of total P in the animal body is present as insoluble salts in the skeleton. In cattle’s, approximately 30% of phosphorus is excreted through the milk. Cattles need to be provided with adequate amounts of phosphorus to meet their nutritional needs. Phosphorus deficiencies are seen especially in ...

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