Amla ki Kheti: After transplanting gooseberry, its plant starts giving fruit in 4-5 years. After 8-9 years, a tree gives an average of 1 quintal of fruit every year. It sells for Rs 15-20 per kg. That is, every year the farmer earns 1500 to 2000 rupees from a tree.
Earn money by cultivating gooseberry
Amla ki Kheti-Amla is cultivated in our country in both winter and summer seasons. Full grown gooseberry tree has the ability to tolerate temperature from 0 to 46 degree centigrade. That is, the warm environment helps in the release of flower buds. In the month of July to August, due to excess moisture, small dormant fruits develop, whereas during the rainy days, more fruits fall from the tree, due to which there is a delay in the release of new small fruits.
Fruit scientist Dr SK Singh says that Amla can be cultivated successfully from sandy soil to clay soil. For the cultivation of amla, pits are dug at 10 feet x 10 feet or 10 feet x 15 feet, for planting a plant, a pit of 1 cubic meter size should be dug.
The pits should be left to soak for 15-20 days, then 20 kg of vermicompost or compost manure in each pit. (compost manure), 1-2 kg neem oil cake and 500 g Trichoderma powder Trichoderma Powder should be mixed. 70 to 125 grams of chloropyrifos dust while filling the pit chloropyrifos dustWater should also be filled in these pits in May, while the plant should be planted only after 15 to 20 days of pit filling.
Know about the best cultivar cultivars
Many species of gooseberry have been developed by Narendra Dev Agricultural University, Faizabad, farmers are putting more in these species for good fruits. Its Narendra and Kachav Krishna are in the most vogue right now.
keep this in mind while planting
There is cross-pollination in Amla, so for maximum yield, plants of at least 3 varieties of gooseberry should be planted in the ratio of 2: 2: 1. For example, 80 saplings of Narendra-7, 80 saplings of Krishna and 40 saplings of Kanchan should be planted in one acre for best results.
After one year, plant should be given 5-10 kg. Dung manure, 100 g Nitrogen (nitrogen), 50 g phosphorus (Phosphorus) And 80 grams of potash should be given, for the next ten years, determine the manure and fertilizers by multiplying it with the age of the tree and in this way the amount of manure and fertilizer given in the tenth year is 50-100 quintals of decomposed cow dung, 1 kg nitrogen. There will be 500 grams of phosphorus and 800 grams of potash per tree.
First Irrigation Planting (Irrigation Planting) It should be done immediately after that, after that the plants should be irrigated at an interval of 7-10 days in summer as per requirement.
tree dormancyhibernation)Irrigation should not be done in (December-January) and in March after flowering. Weeding-Weeding To keep the plants healthy and to avoid misuse of manure and fertilizers, weeding should be done by removing weeds from time to time.
long term earning
Amla’s Kalmi plant starts producing fruit after the third year of planting and Biju plant after 6 to 8 years. Kalmi plant starts fruiting completely after 10 to 12 years and with good maintenance the tree gives fruit for 50 to 60 years. A full grown gooseberry tree gives one to three quintals of fruits. In this way a yield of 15 to 20 tonnes per hectare can be obtained. Millions can be earned.
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