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Ginger farming production, requirements, and process of cultivation

Like Garlic, Ginger is an important component of Asian dishes. Ginger is one of those few roots that use in almost every country dish like curry, soup, noodles, veg, and most of the non-veg dishes of Southern Asia. Every year more than 2.5 M tonnes of ginger produce in the world. India is the most ginger-producing country among South Asian countries with 1.7 M tonnes.  Let's understand how ginger cultivation practices? Ginger farming and production  Ginger cultivation is not common as other seasonal cultivation of Rabi, Kharif, and Zaid crops. Ginger yield under the ground as roots.    These Ginger yields get sprout and plant from the ginger cuttings.   Ginger plant The ginger plant is a single leaf plant that's green portion is of folded leaves.  A mature garlic plant leaf can grow up to two feet and yield in the soil can grow up to 100 grams. Every single plant produces a single garlic piece like an onion plant.  Requirements for ginger cultivation Ginger cultivation duration

Dry Turmeric(Haldi) cultivation, requirements, and and methods to grow

According to current Indian government data, India is the largest producer of Turmeric globally along with the most percentage of exportation of Turmeric in the world.  Andhra Pradesh(Now Telangana) is the only state in India that holds around 37% of the total production of turmeric in India alone. Among all the spices, Turmeric is one of the most general and basic spices in all the Indian country dishes. Let's understand how turmeric crop cultivation is a practice by farmers followed by this table of content.  Dry turmeric cultivation Turmeric plant Every plant contains a bigger turmeric output by small seeds/cuttings. Small seeds/cuttings/sprouts of turmeric produce a thin smooth stem plant with fewer leaves. The leaves are the same color as banana leaves but different in shape. These leaves are pointy at the end.  Turmeric cultivation duration In tropical regions, the best time for sowing Turmeric is the late March to the first week of May. A Turmeric plant becomes ready to harv

Gram crop, information, requirements, and detailed process of cultivation

The best time to sow gram seeds in the plain region is October to December in loamy soil. People believe that a proper yield of Gram crops can harvest only in the Rabi crop season. Despite this, it can sow in Kharif season somewhere.  Sowing in Rabi season, Gram crop can harvest in April to starting the week of May. Gram crop production  With more than 90% of the portion of the entire plant, gram is a green plant with a bunch of very small leaves. These green leaves smell a bit minty and fresh.  These leaves grow until green chickpeas khol doesn't appear.  Later, small gram peas start to fill these hollow khols. This is the first appearance of green gram in gram crop cultivation. These green grams are very soft and easy to pinch. Within a month, these green grams peas become darkish brown with the last harvesting of the green portion of a gram.  By drying these green grams, they become ready to go to the market. Requirements for Gram crop cultivation  Climate conditions required fo

Bamboo farming investment and Profit per acre in 2022

Bamboo farming profit is not similar to other seasonal and yearly crops. Despite this, Bamboo farming is more profitable than other commercial crops like food and non-food cash crops. Bamboo farming yield starts from the 3rd  or 4th year, later up to 50 years from the day of the plantation.  Bamboo farming and production per acre  Bamboo farming investment per acre Most of the investment part in Bamboo farming does invest in the very 1st year of cultivation. Basic investment does use to build water systems, fertilizers, nursery plants, and irrigation water.  From the 2nd year to the next 10 years, investment does reduce just to arrange fertilizers and irrigation water only. Here, you will get the investment details for next 5 years.   1st-year investment  Water system cost- 40000 INR Nursery plants cost- 200 INR Fertilizers cost- 10000 INR Irrigation water cost- 4000 INR Labor cost- 10000 INR(for overall 30 to 50 days in year) Total cost- 64200 INR 2nd-year investment Irrigation water