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pravin2650

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Kardai
   

Hello Sir, Pravin Kadam here.. as per your guidance we had cultivated Soyabean in our farms.. though it was affected with natural calamities.. but seems to sustain them.. and hope so we get atleast a normal yeild if not good. Anyways coming to the point.. i guess after 20-25 days from now we will remove soyabean and have planned to cultivate "Kardai" this time instead of traditional "Harbara", but i was a bit worried whether it will be right to cultivate Kardai in month of Nov. because as per information it should be some where in september max mid Oct.. Please let me know your suggestion.


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Re: Kardai
   

Safflower (Kardai) :

- In dryland area sowing should be carried out in second week of September and in other areas it should be completed from second week of September to second week of October. Under irrigated conditions it is completed by the 15th of October.

- Use improved varieties for sowing. Bhima becomes ready in 130 to 135 days and yields 14-16 quintal per hectare. Select variety like Bhima or JLSF-414 for sowing.
- Use 10-12 kg seed for one hectare area.
- Treat the seeds with bavistin @ 2 gm per kg of seed and then with azotobacter @ 250 gm per 10kg of seed.
- Give protective irrigations to the crop.
- Sowing should be done with 45cm seed drill. Care is to be taken that Seeds should be placed 5-6cm deep in the soil.
- Mix 5 to 10 tonns of farm yard manure in the soil at the time of harrowing.

For additional information You may check the attached file.

 

[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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Re: Kardai
   
Thanks sir for your guidance
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Re: Kardai
   
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