Grow plants without soil

Hydroponics, not a new technique but still a curious subject to go through as the agriculture advancement is entering the scientific interventions or one can say that agriculture i…

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Sahiwal; cow with high milk fat content

Sahiwal is a breed of ‘Zebu cattle’ and is considered to be one of the best milch cattle breed in India. The breed has derived its name from the Sahiwal area in Montgomery distric…

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Hydroponics Vs Aquaponics

Hydroponics is the science for growing plants without soil. A method of growing plants without soil using mineral nutrient solutions in a water solvent. The nutrients in hydroponic…

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21 Scientists attend ICAR training programme in Biostatistics

A-21 days ICAR sponsored Summer School on “Applied Aspects of Statistical Modelling and Inferences in Veterinary and Animal Sciences” was held in the Department of Animal Genetics…

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How to grow dragon fruit at your backyard

Wow!! What a nice fruit. Tasty and colorful, yes the latest fruit in market that can be easily grown at our backyard is the ‘dragon fruit’. Of course we all love to eat and enjoy i…

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Organic farmers prefer ‘Desi Khaad’ than pesticides

In the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, there are many Individual farmers, farmers’ groups as well as NRIs who have taken up organic farming in a big way encouraging good health,…

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Complete Guide : How to be an Organic Urban Farmer

In the Fast paced life, everyone needs and rather deserves a little retreat from the hustle bustle. Travel, Reading, Cooking, Sports could be the perfect leisure but the most reju…

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Steps involved in Aloe Vera propagation

People have always been curious to know if they can grow an aloe plant from a leaf cutting or not. Yes they can, but the most effective method of aloe plant propagation is from the…

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How and where to sell Aloe vera

An aloe plantation gives commercial yield from the second year to the fifth year of planting. Generally, 3-4 pickings per year can be taken up depending upon the growth of plants.…

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'Nutrition Farming' Gaining Attention In India

An Australian agronomist, Steve Capeness along with his Queensland-based firm Nutri-Tech Solutions has introduced a method of 'nutrition farming' for agriculture sector in India. I…

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All about Vertical Farming- Modern agriculture

Vertical farming is the practice of producing food and medicine in vertically stacked layers, vertically inclined surfaces and/or integrated in other structures such as in a skyscr…

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Advanced Agricultural Techniques, Special Schemes For Farmers In Telangana

Telangana government is giving utmost importance to the agriculture sector, setting an example for other States in India. No doubt for this, the government has taken various steps…

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High potassium content will increase yield in paddy

Research have proved that paddy production can be increased several folds by increasing the potassium content in fertilizers. Belgium and Ireland have more production of paddy as c…

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Integrated farming in five districts of tamil nadu

The Tamil Nadu government will soon implement the Integrated Farming System (IFS) scheme in five of its districts. The aim is to provide monetary assistance as well as technologic…

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Indian Agriculture Gifted With Best Human Talent : Expert

Speaking at the 43rd Foundation Day ceremony of National Academy of Agricultural Research Management (NAARM), Director General of International Crops Research Institute for Semi-Ar…

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Changing faces of Tomato

Physiological disorders are abnormalities in vegetable economic parts that are abiotic in origin. Physiological disorders are distinguished from deficiencies of a single nutrient a…

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Ecology and Management of Ber Mealy bug (Perissopneumon tamarindus (Green)

Ber Mealy bug (Perissopneumon tamarindus (Green) (Homoptera: Monophlebidae) are cottony and white in appearance, small oval, soft-bodied sucking insect pest. Adult mealy bugs are f…

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Sikkim: Leader in Organic

India has already enjoyed four decades of post Green Revolution, with higher farm productivity stemming from the use of fertilizers and high-yielding seeds. Out this has brought…

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Organic Agriculture: Need & Importance

After a tumultuous use of chemical fertilizers during the periods of green revolution in most of the parts of the world, people have come to realize that constant use of fertilizer…

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Traditional methods for economical Paddy cultivation

Rice is one of the staple crops of the world, and widely cultivated in India. China, Thailand, Japan, Indonesia are few of the countries which widely cultivates paddy. This article…

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