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13
Jul

Seasons of karnataka

Major Rice growing periods of Karnataka can be broadly classified into two seasons, viz.,

1. kharif (Mungaaru in Kannada) (June-July) .

2. Hingaaru (Rabi)  season

2. summer (Besige in Kannada) (January- February).

File Courtesy: 
ZARS, Mandya
13
Jul

Harvesting of Rajarajan 1000 Rice Cultivation

 

1. Taking the average duration of the crop as an indication, drain the water from the field 7 to 10 days before the expected harvest date as draining hastens maturity and improves harvesting conditions.

2. When 80% of the panicles turn straw colour, the crop is ready for harvest. Even at this stage, the leaves of some of the varieties may remain green.

File Courtesy: 
TNRRI, Aduthurai
Photo Courtesy: 
TNRRI,Aduthurai
13
Jul

Nutrient managements in Rajarajan 1000 Rice Cultivation

 

Application of organic manures :

1. Apply 12.5 t of FYM or compost or green leaf manure @ 6.25 t/ha.

2. If green manure is raised @ 20 kg /ha in situ, incorporate it to a depth of 15 cm using a green manure trampler or tractor.

3. In the place of green manure, press-mud / composted coir-pith can also be used.

Stubble incorporation:

File Courtesy: 
TNRRI, Aduthurai
Photo Courtesy: 
TNRRI,Aduthurai
13
Jul

Weed management in Rajarajan 1000 Rice Cultivation

 

1. Use rotary weeder or cono weeder for weeding.

2. Moving the weeder with forward and backward motion to bury the weeds and as well to aerate the soil at 7-10 days interval from 10-15 days after planting on either direction of the rows and column.

3. Manual weeding is also essential to remove the weeds closer to rice root zone.

File Courtesy: 
TNRRI, Aduthurai
Photo Courtesy: 
http://agritech.tnau.ac.in
13
Jul

Irrigation management of Rajarajan 1000 Rice Cultivation

 

1. Irrigation only to moist the soil in the early period of 10 days.

2. Restoring irrigation to a maximum depth of 2.5cm after development of hairline cracks in the soil until panicle initiation.

3. Increasing irrigation depth to 5.0cm after PI one day after disappearance of ponded water.

File Courtesy: 
TNRRI, Aduthurai
Photo Courtesy: 
http://agritech.tnau.ac.in
13
Jul

Transplanting for Rajarajan 1000 Rice Cultivation

 1. Transplant single seedling of 15 days old.

2. Square planting of 25 x 25 cm is normally followed. 3. Fill up the gaps between 7th and 10th DAT.

4. Transplant within 30 minutes of pulling out of seedlings.

5. There may be difficulty in crop establishment in areas with heavy downpour (North East Monsoon periods of Tamil Nadu)

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TNRRI, Aduthurai
13
Jul

Main field preparation and Transplanting for Rajarajan 1000 Rice Cultivation

 

1. Plough the land during summer to economize the water requirement for initial preparation of land.

2. Flood the field 1 or 2 days before ploughing and allow water to soak in. Keep the surface of the field covered with water.

3. Keep water to a depth of 2.5cm at the time of puddling.

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TNRRI, Aduthurai
Photo Courtesy: 
http://agritech.tnau.ac.in/agriculture/agri_cropproduction_cereals_rice_tranpudlow.html
13
Jul

Sowing Sprouted Seeds for Rajarajan 1000 Rice Cultivation

 

Watering: Water the nursery with rose can as and when needed (twice or thrice a day) to keep the soil moist.

1. Protect the nursery from heavy rains for the first 5 DAS. At 6 DAS, maintain thin film of water all around the seedling mats.

2. Drain the water 2 days before removing the seedling mats for transplanting.

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TNRRI, Aduthurai
Photo Courtesy: 
http://agritech.tnau.ac.in/agriculture/agri_cropproduction_cereals_rice_tranpudlow.html
12
Jul

Major Pests of Andhra Pradesh

Major Pests of Andhra Pradesh

Major Pests of Andhra Pradesh are

1.Stemborer

2.Gallmidge

3.Leaf folder

4.Hispa

5.Leaf mite

6.BPH/WBPH

7.Panicle mite

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APRRI , Maruteru
8
Jun

Nursery Management

 

Two types of nurseries are present

1.Dry nursery.

2. Wet nursery.

 

 

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ZARS Mandya
Photo Courtesy: 
Dr.RM Kumar (DRR)
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