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Bottle gourd cultivation

Bottle gourd cultivation

Bottle gourd (Lagenaria siceraria (Mol) Standl.) Family: Cucurbitaceae Climate and soil requirement for growing bottle gourd It requires warm growing season with a temperature ranging between 18-300C. It can be grown in various kinds of soils, but sandy loam to loamy soils are ideal. Improved Varieties of bottle gourd 1.Punjab …

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Okra cultivation

Okra cultivation

Okra is a tender heat-loving vegetable that grows 4 – 7 feet tall. The plant produces green and sometimes red seed pod which is harvested when 3 to 5 inches long and sometimes longer. The plant is easy to cultivate as you will learn from this okra cultivation guide. Although, …

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Garlic cultivation

garlic has been a popular ingredient both as a spice and medicine since ancient times. Whether it is Asia, Europe or Australia, people eat garlic throughout the world for various reasons ranging from food to medical benefits. It contains different nutrients and nutritional matter that function as antibiotics in the …

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onion cultivation

Onions are a cold-season crop, easy to grow because of their hardiness. Here’s how to grow an endless supply of onions in your garden! Typically, onions are planted early in the spring and harvested in the fall after their tops begin to die back. In the southern U.S., some onion varieties can …

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Tomato cultivation

Tomato cultivation

Botanical name: Lycopersicum esculentum Famous as :Wolf Apple  Family : Solanacae Origin : Peru Fruit type : Bery Main Nutrient :(rich in Vit.- A) Tomato is found in every kitchen worldwide in different forms irrespective of the cuisine. It is used in diverse ways in the form of salads, juices, sauces, …

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Potato Cultivation

Potato Cultivation

Botanical name: Solanum tuberosum family : Solanaceae Potatoes are few of the tuber-bearing plants belonging to this family. The potato plants are annuals attaining a height of maximum 2 feet. They propagate through underground tubers.  The buds on the tubers develop into leaves and stems. The flowers maybe pink, red, white, purple …

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