Sowing in March: Farmers must plant this crop

After February sowing it is now the turn to sow in March. If the farmers sow the right crop at the right time, then it is certain that they will also get good yield. When the right product arrives in the market according to the demand in the right season, then the sales of the farmers will also increase and in this way their profit will also be good. If you are also a sowing of vegetables and want to get good yield at the right time, then choose the crop accordingly. Today, we are going to give you information about this, what crop can farmers cultivate in March. Keeping in view the time with the coming season, farmers should sow so that they can get a good price due to their demand in the market. In such a situation, let us tell you which crops farmers can sow this month.

1. Cucumber

You can easily sow cucumber this month. Where its sowing is done in the hilly areas this month, farmers of central India also plant it in February-June. Also, in South India it sows till January-March. It is used especially in raw form as a salad. In summer, its intake cools the stomach and also reduces the possibility of heat stroke. Hot and dry climate is suitable for its advanced farming.

Advanced varieties – Arka Sheetal, Lucknow Early, Nasdar, Vein-Free Long Green and Sikkim Cucumber.

  1. Okra

Farmers can sow early variety of okra in between February and March. This farming can be done in any soil. For cultivation, the field should be plowed two to three times and the soil should be brittle and then plowed and sown should be leveled. Sowing should be done in a row. It is very important to do first weeding after 15-20 days of sowing.

Advanced Varieties – Hisar Advanced, VRO- 6, Pusa A-4, Parbhani Kranti, Punjab- 7, Arka Anamika, Varsha Gifts, Arka Abhay, Hisar Naveen, HBH.

  1. Bitter gourd

Bitter gourd (bitter gourd) is beneficial for many diseases, so its demand is also high in the market. Its crop prepared in summer is very useful. Farmers can earn good profits from this. The bitter gourd crop is grown in many types of soil throughout India. However, for its good growth and production, loam soils with good drainage bacteria are considered suitable.

Advanced varieties – Pusa Hybrid 1,2, Pusa Do Seasonal, Pusa Special, Kalyanpur, Priya Co-1, SDU-1, Coimbatore Long, Kalyanpur Sona, Perennial Karela, Punjab Karela-1, Punjab-14, Solan Green, Solan, perennial.

  1. Gourd

In addition to protein, carbohydrate and mineral water in the gourd, there are enough vitamins. It is cultivated from the hilly areas to the states of South India. Heat is consumed by its consumption and it also removes stomach related diseases. Warm and humid climate is required for its cultivation. To sow directly in the field, soak the seeds in water for 24 hours before sowing. This makes the germination process of seeds dynamic. After this the seeds can be sown in the field.

Advanced varieties – Pusa Santhoshib , Pusa Sandesh (round fruit), Pusa Samridhi – Pusa High 3, Narendra Rashmi, Narendra Shishir, Narendra Striped, Kashi Ganga, Kashi Bahar.

  1. Cucumber

The cucumber effect is cool and that is why people use it more in the summer to protect themselves from the heat. Its intake also removes the lack of water. It is cultivated on priority in many areas of the country. The maximum temperature for its cultivation should be 40 ° C and minimum 20 ° C. Also, 25 to 30 degree Celsius temperature is considered good for good growth and flowering. For its cultivation, Balui loam or loam land with drainage is considered better.

Advanced Varieties – Japanese Clove Green, Selection, Straight – 8 and Poinset, Swarna Purnima, Pusa Udai, Poona Kheera, Punjab Selection, Pusa Sangha, Pusa Barkha, Kheera 90, Kalyanpur Green Kheera, Kalyanpur Medium and Kheera 75, PCUH-1, Swarna Poorna, Swarna Sheetal.

  1. Spinach

Farmers can sow it in sandy loam soil. Along with this, prepare the soil for plowing. After this, plow the harrow or cultivator 3 times by plowing one with the plow so that the soil becomes brittle. Now you can flatten and sow in it. The thing to note is that farmers sow spinach in a row.

Advanced varieties – Pusa Palak, Pusa Harit, Pusa Jyoti, Banerjee Giant, Hisar Selection 23, Pant’s Composite 1, Palak No. 51-16.

  1. Melon

Melon sowing time is from November to March. Let us tell you that the climate with high temperature is considered best for its cultivation. Due to the warm climate for this crop, its growth is also good. At the same time, due to being moist in the climate, there is a risk of disease in the leaves. Half the amount of nitrogen should be mixed with phosphate and potash while preparing the land. At the same time, the remaining amount of nitrogen should be used 25-30 days after sowing.

Advanced varieties – Pusa Rasal, Durgapura Lal, Asahi-Yamato, Sugar Baby, New Hampsine Midgate, Arka Jyoti, Durgapura Saffron.

  1. Eggplant

Farmers can cultivate brinjal this month. For this loam soil with drainage is considered suitable. Farmers must use 4 to 5 trolley dung fertilizer for one hectare in the field. They are of two types. You can also sow long brinjal with round brinjal.

Advanced Varieties

Long brinjals: Pusa Purple Cluster, Pusa Revolution, Pusa Purple Long, Pant Samrat, Punjab Evergreen etc.

Gol brinjals: H-4, P-8, Pusa Anmol, Pusa Purple Round, Pantu Raj, PB-91-2, T-3, H-8, DBSR-31, DB R-8.

Hybrid varieties : Arka Navneet, Pusa Hybrid – 6 etc.

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