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luckforall007

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planation of Marigold (Zendu Flower)
   
Sir,
We have planned for planation of Marigold (Zendu Flower) for 0.5 Hector land, I am living in Satara Tehsil,So please tell me from where I can get plants of zendu nearby , How much it should be required, Give me information about zendu Flower such as medicines, ciltivation, types of marigolds.

Laxman Mane,
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Re: planation of Marigold (Zendu Flower)
   
Merigold (Zendu) crop -
Variety - Krakerjak, Yellow Suprime, Perit. Inka Orange(syngenta)
- After planting 45-60 days later yield get starts. To get for Dasara festival plant the seedlings by purchasing from Nurseries or Company,
- Distance is 45 X 30 cm Or 60 X 30 cm
- for Hybrid variety ( Inca Orange) 60 X 45 cm.
- Apply 4 ton FYM, 2 bags Urea, 2.5 bags Super phosphate, 20 kg Murate of Potash per acre.

- a scheme for floriculture is available under National Horticulture Mission and you may please contact your nearest Taluka Agricultural Officer for the scheme details and forms.

- Please check following link and get the extra and detailed information.

http://aaqua.persistent.co.in/aaqua/forum/viewthread?thread=2526


For seedlings of merigold
Please contact to the private nurseries present in your area.
OR
You can prepare the seedlings by using dried flowers of desired varieties.
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Re: planation of Marigold (Zendu Flower)
   
We have planned for planation of Zendu Flower for 0.5 Hector land, I am living in kallamb Tehsil dist. osmanabad ,So please tell me from where I can get plants of zendu nearby , How much it should be required, Give me information about zendu Flower such as medicines, ciltivation, types of marigolds.
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Re: planation of Marigold (Zendu Flower)
   
We have planned for planation of Zendu Flower for 0.5 Hector land, I am living in kallamb Tehsil dist. osmanabad ,So please tell me from where I can get plants of zendu nearby , How much it should be required, Give me information about zendu Flower such as medicines, ciltivation, types of marigolds.
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Re: planation of Marigold (Zendu Flower)
   

Marigold:
Seed rate: - 1.5 kg for raising seedlings for 1 hectare. (75 gm for 5 R) Seeds can be sown in lines or by broadcast method. Seeds need to be covered with light soil or sand or strained leaf mould.

Nursery beds: - 3 x 1m size mixed with 10 kg of well rotten farmyard manure per sq.meter. Nursery bed should be kept moist by watering accordingly.

Sowing Time -
Rainy Season
Sowing time - End of June to 1st week of July
Transplanting time - First fortnight of August

Winter Season
Sowing time - Mid of September
Transplanting time - Mid of October

Summer Season
Sowing time- First week of January
(under glass house or plastic)
Transplanting time - First week of February

Manures and Fertilizers -
200:100:100 NPK kg/ha (10 :5 : 5 kg for 5 R)should be applied to get highest flower yield.
5:5:5 NPK kg /ha at the time of land preparation and remaining 5 kg N/ha should be applied one month after seedlings are transplanted.

Irrigation:
Marigold takes about 55-60 days to complete vegetative growth and to enter into reproductive phase. At vegetative and flowering period sufficient amount of moisture in soil is essential. The frequency and quantity of water mainly depends upon soil and climatic condition. Though plants tolerate dry weather upto 10 days without irrigation but growth and flower production is affected adversely. From April to June, frequent irrigation at the interval of 4-5 days is required.

Diseases and Insect Pests -
In general, the marigolds are hardy and almost free from diseases and insects. However, occasionally the following diseases and insect pests having observed.

Diseases
Damping off
Symptoms: Brown necrotic spots, girdling the radical which later on extend to plumule and cause pre-emergence mortality. Post-emergence symptom appears as water soaked brown necrotic ring, leading to collapse of seedlings.

Control: 1. Proper drainage should be provided in the nursery beds.
2. Soil drenching with brassicol (0.3%) should be followed.

Leaf spots and Blight
Symptoms: Minute brown circular spots on lower leaves and enlarge at later stage of infection leading to premature defoliation and ultimate death of the plant.
Control: Spraying of Dithane M-45 fungicide @ 0.2% at fortnightly intervals starting from the first appearance of disease symptoms.

Powdery Mildew
Symptoms: The whitish tiny superficial spots appeared on leaves which later on result in the coverage of whole aerial parts of plant with whitish powder.
Control: Spraying with Karathane (40 E.C) @ 0.5% or dusting with sulphur powder at fortnightly intervals.

Pests
Red Spider Mite
Mites appear on the plants near flowering giving dusty appearance.
Control: Spraying Metasystox 25 E.C. or Rogor E.C. or Nuvacron 40 E.C. @ 1 ml/lit. of water.

Hairy Caterpillar
Polyphagus insect and caterpillar eats away foliage.
Control: Sprays of Nuvon 50 E.C. or Thiodan 35 E.C. @ 1 ml/l of water.

 

 

[Above information is based on recommendations from National Agriculture Research System. The Effectiveness of the recommendations varies from place to place with changes in natural resource and climate. Farmers are advised to use the information on their own responsibility. KVK Baramati shall not be responsible for any consequences.]


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