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Re: PRECISION FARMING IN BRINJAL to get 150 MT /acre/year- ATTENTION Mr.GURU
« Reply #12 on: September 14, 2015, 07:09:28 PM »
Yes Mr.Guru ..

The article appearing in Hindu is suggesting same concept of grafting ..You can practice this technique in community nursery where you can join other like minded people to set up production unit and can share the grafts among yourselves and any excess grafts may also be sold to other Brinjal farmers ..If you are interested you can do this ...But this techniques were innovated in early 1920 in Japan and korea ..It is too late for us to understand ..what we are discussing in terms of new findings or innovations here is actually very old techniques except those area of innovations that result from emerging field of bio technology .

You might have heard of Pomato plant = Potato + Tomato . The single plant Pomato bears potato below ground and tomato above ground Tomato and potato belong to same family solanaceae ...So wonders are more on the surface of earth ..If we need we can create wonders ..It is all happening due to necessities in human life ...


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Step 5: sowing : treated seeds are sown in portray @ one seed per cell , covered with cocopeat , trays are kept one above other and covered with polythene sheets till germination starts.After 6 days germinated portrays are individually placed on the raised bed in shade net , watering is done twice a day with rose can , panchagavya @ 3 % is sprayed on 15 th day of sowing ,19:19:19+MN fertilizers @0.5 % solution is drenched using rose can at 18 th days after sowing.
35 days old seedlings are transplanted in the main field

Dear Ramu Sir,

Wouldn't the stacking of trays one above the other build up more pressure? Let us say I have 5 trays stacked won't the germination be affected for the bottom most tray because of weight pressure from top?



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Nothing to worry .It is an established technique of protray seed sowing in shade net house .You can stake the protrays upto 6- 8 layers


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Nothing to worry .It is an established technique of protray seed sowing in shade net house .You can stake the protrays upto 6- 8 layers

OK. Thank you. I thought stacking is mandatory to make it more humid but learnt its not.

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