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Growing Akhrots (Walnuts) – A Complete Guide

Growing Akhrots (Walnuts).

Introduction to Growing Akhrots (Walnuts) Today, let us get into details of Growing¬†Akhrots (Walnuts) The AKHROT is one of the dry fruit which is famous all over the world. AKHROT is a nut which is obtained from a tree. AKHROT is obtained from the Juglans. These belong to the Juglandaceae family. AKHROT is scientifically named as Juglans regia. These are …

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Aniseed Cultivation and Farming Methods

Aniseed Cultivation.

Aniseed Cultivation: The following information is all about Aniseed Cultivation and Farming Methods. INTRODUCTION ABOUT ANISEED: The Aniseeds belongs to the category of the flowering plants. The aniseeds are also called as the Anise. The native places of these plants are the Eastern Mediterranean region and South-west Asia. They occur indigenous (naturally) in these places. But they can be cultivated …

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Growing Areca Nut (Betel Nut) Information For Beginners

Growing Areca nut.

Growing Areca Nut Information: The following information is about “Growing Areca nut”. Introduction of Areca nut tree Areca nut is also known by Betel nut (Chewing nut) or Supari. Areca nut is considered as a cash crop and Areca nut is considered as second most cash crop after Coconut. Areca nut is grown on a large scale in India since …

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Barley Production Information For Beginners

Barley Production.

Barley Production Information: The following information is all about Barley production. Introduction to Barley Barley is one of the cereal crops grown for staple food consumption across the globe. However, Barley is also grown for livestock fodder. Barley is a member of the grass family and is a self-pollinating crop. It is also being used for Malt production in the …

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Growing Sugarcane and Cultivation Practices

Growing Sugarcane.

Growing Sugarcane: The following is all about Growing Sugarcane and Cultivation Practices. Introduction to Growing Sugarcane The Sugarcane is basically tall perennial grass belongs to the genus of “Saccharum” and a family of “Poaceae”. Sugarcane is native to temperate to tropical regions of South Asia. Sugarcane has been an economically important commodity crop just like maize, rice, wheat, and sorghum, …

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Red Gram (Arhar Dal) Cultivation Practices

Red Gram Cultivation Practices.

RED GRAM (Pigeon pea) GROWING The following is all about growing Red Gram. INTRODUCTION TO RED GRAM (Pigeon pea) The scientific name of red gram is Cajanus Cajan. It is originated in India. The common names of red gram are Arhar, tur, redgram, congo pea, Gungopea, no eye pea. Pigeon pea is the second most important pulse crop of India …

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Types Of Irrigation In Agriculture and Farming

Types Of Irrigation.

Types Of Irrigation In Agriculture: The following farming content is about Types of Irrigation in Agriculture. Introduction To Irrigation Irrigation is an artificial application of water for the purpose of crop production. Irrigation water is supplied to supplement the water available from, Rainfall and Contribution of soil moisture from ground water. In many areas, the amount and timing of rainfall …

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Paddy Cultivation Information For Beginners

Paddy Cultivation.

Paddy Cultivation: Introduction To Paddy Cultivation Paddy is grass seed which is popularly known as rice is the most widely consumed staple food across the globe. Paddy is grown commercially in most of the Asian Countries. Paddy or Rice is 3rd largest agriculture commodity after sugarcane and maize/corn. Paddy growing is very easy and is a short duration crop of …

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Vertical Farming – A Beginners Guide

Vertical Farming.

Vertical Farming: The following write-up is all about Vertical Farming. Introduction to Vertical Farming The earth population is growing at a steady pace. As the population is growing so the demand for food supply is also increasing. To grow more food more land is required while prime agricultural lands are becoming scarce and expensive. Agriculture researchers are coming up with …

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