Proprietary Methods In Mung Bean Cultivation!: Root rots and stem rots are more likely to occur in soils with poor drainage during monsoons. The bark around the stem rots and the tree breaks. The roots also rot and the tree dies.
Moringa Crop: Moringa crop is a suitable crop for all regions. All soils are suitable for its cultivation. Grows 9 to 10 meters tall. In recent times, farmers have been cultivating mung bean in commercial mode. Blooms in early summer. In the months of August and September, seeds should be sown in polythene bags either directly or in the field. In perennial varieties, stem cuttings can be planted in the ground from the second week of June to the end of August.
Varieties of gram seeds;
Domestic varieties are mostly cultivated. At present, Jaffna PKM 1 varieties are mostly cultivated in Telugu states. The PKM annual variety grows to a height of 4 to 6 meters and bears fruit within 170 days of sowing. The length of the pod is 60 to 70 cm. 32 kg or 225 pods per plant. Jaffna variety seed is a perennial variety. The length of the pod is 60 to 90 cm and the pulp is soft and tasty. It bears fruit from the second year. The soil should be plowed four to five times before sowing. When the plants grow 60 to 75 cm in height, the ends of the plants should be pruned.
ownership of fertilizers;
100g per pit for 3 months after sowing seeds. Add urea, 50 gm of murate of potash, and add water. 100g for plants once in six months and again in 9 months. Urea, 50g. Add muriate of potash and water. Intercropping: After the plants grow 60 to 75 cm in height, the ends of the plants should be pruned.
Also regarding watering, water should be given every 3 days until the seeds germinate. After that water should be given once in 10 to 15 days. Crops like alasanda, okra, eggplant, and French leguminous should be planted between the rows.
Small caterpillars swarm the stems and feed on the leafy greens. Larger caterpillars eat all the leaves and leave the larvae. For prevention, 0.3 ml of carrageenan rhinoxypyr per liter of water should be sprayed when the insects are small. The fruit fly enters the fruit during the embryo stage and eats and destroys the internal material, causing the fruit to change shape and become crooked. For the prevention of pod fly, 2 ml of Phaselon per liter of water should be sprayed at the coating stage. At the embryo stage, spray again with 1 ml of dichlorovas per liter of water. If necessary, spray again after 25 days.
Root rots and stem rots are more likely to occur in soils with poor drainage during monsoons. The bark around the stem rots and the tree breaks. The roots also rot and the tree dies. 1g at the beginning of plants for prevention. Carbonadizyme or 3g. A solution of ethane M-45 to one liter of water or 1 percent Bordeaux mixture should be drenched. Care should be taken to prevent sewage water from standing at the beginning of the plant. At the beginning of each tree, Trichoderma viridi should be applied at the rate of 5 kg of mixed cattle manure by taking 2 kg per acre.
Crop yield; Perennial varieties bear fruit for 8 to 9 months after planting. The first crop comes in the month of March to June and the second crop in the month of September-October. When grown, the plant yields 500 to 600 pods per year. Annual tuber varieties bear fruit within 6 months after sowing.