AgroStar Krishi Gyaan
23 Nov 19, 06:30 PM
Organic FarmingAgroStar Agronomy Centre of Excellence
The use of neem seeds is beneficial in organic farming
In organic farming, crops are protected and nurtured using natural resources. Vegetable resources are most commonly used in organic farming in neem plants. Neem seeds are used in large quantities in the field.
In May-June, ripe nimboli is collected and dried thoroughly. The neem solution is prepared using the cold-pressed method. Neem skin without extracting oil from the expeller is more beneficial. Because it contains nitrogen 3-5%, phosphorus 1% potash 2%, the roots of the crop gradually become available. The various components of the nimboli are absorbed by the roots after they have gone into the ground. This method controls the pesticides present in the soil as well as the pesticides on the crops. In addition, for vegetable crops, the harmful formulas for the roots of pomegranate crop are also well removed. After using neem scalp in the crop, its benefits start to appear in 3 to 6 weeks. Due to the gradual working of the ingredient from the neem canal, the result is visible for up to 6 months.
Use of neem skin in the field:
Neem khal is extremely easy to use with dung manure and organic manure. It is also used in the basal dose of chemical fertilizers. Neem scalp should reach the root area of the plants by such method. In the horticultural crop, make a pit near the dripper near the roots and cover the soil with neem skin. Neem canal can also be used when preparing the field or in standing crops the neem can be spread or spread by hand. Neem scalp can be used when putting basal dose in nursery in vegetable crops. Organic Kit Destroyer - Easy to use with organic neem skin. Useful microorganisms such as Trichoderma, Pseudomonas, Bacillus, Bavaria, Matheriasium, Pacliomyces, Azotobacter, PSB, KMB can be used by rubbing or mixing neem extract.
Quantity: - Horticultural crop: 5 kg to 5 kg per tree per season
Vegetables: 1 to 2 kg per acre in basal dose
Bananas: 1 gram per plant for 6 months
At the time of sowing sugarcane it is 5 kg, 2 kg for 6 months
Source - AgroStar Agronomy Center of Excellence
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