Oranges (signal photo)
In India, after banana, mango, guava, orange is the most cultivated. People use lemon-grade orange in the form of juice. Orange is cultivated for 50 percent of the citrus fruits. Cultivation of orange and Malta in India is grown for business. Its cultivation is very popular among farmers in regions with special climate. If you also want to start cultivating it, then we have brought complete information for you from buying a pen to setting up a garden.
Precautions in buying a pen
Disease free saplings of orange should be taken from protected nursery only. These plants are free from Phytophthara fungus and virus diseases. Rangpur Lime or Jamberry Roots should be taken ready-made cut plants. The cuttings should be disease free and straight with a height of about 60 cm and budding should be at a height of 25 cm from the ground surface. These cuttings should have ample fibrous root roots, the roots should not be broken in removal from the ground and there should be no wound on the roots.
Deep black soil or sand mixed Valukamay field is good for oranges for planting. For planting saplings, 6×6 m on the land filled a month before in summer. 5.5×5.5 m on light ground. By marking on 75×75×75 cm. m. Dig the pits and leave it like this for a month so that harmful insects die in the sun. After that, for filling the pit, use 20 kg rotten dung manure along with 500 g single super phosphate, 500 g neem cake and 10 g carbendazim per pit with soil.
Fill the pit with a mixture of 40 kg decomposed cow dung or fertile soil, 5 kg rotted neem manure, 1 kg super phosphate and 50 gm pesticide powder. While planting saplings, keep in mind that 3 inches from the ground are planted in our country from June to December. Thus 6×6 m. At a difference, 277 saplings can be planted in one hectare. 5.5×5.5 m in light land. or 5×5.m. At spacing 300 to 400 saplings can be planted.
setting up the garden
For planting orange plants, 2 graphing methods are used – square and hexagonal method. In the hexagonal method, 15 percent more plants can be planted than in the square method. The size of the pit is 75 X 75 X 75 cms. m. And plant the plant 6 X 6 m. Must be placed at a distance. Thus 277 saplings can be planted in one hectare. 5.5 x 5.5 m in light soil. or 5 X 5 m. At spacing 300 to 400 saplings can be planted. For filling the pit, use 20 kg of rotted cow dung along with 500 g single super phosphate, 500 g neem cake and 10 g carbendazim per pit with soil.
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