How to cultivate coriander during rainy days, wholesale prices get up to Rs 300 per kg
Adarsh Tripathi, Hardoi | Edited by: Om Prakash
Aug 04, 2022 | 10:42 am
farmers can earn good profits by cultivating coriander during rainy days. Farmers of Hardoi district of Uttar Pradesh are doing this. Coriander is being cultivated on a large scale in Katri and Katiyari areas here. It comes in the Sawaijpur tehsil area. This area is the area with the foothills of the Ganges where farmers have been cultivating coriander for a long time. Coriander growing in this area is considered best. Farmer Shivkumar, a resident of Tera Pursauli village, has been cultivating coriander during the rainy days for many years. At this time the coriander has got a good price in the market.
About Rs 300 per kg is sold in bulk. Due to the lack of coriander, one of its plant is sold for up to 10 rupees. In the month of June and July, along with deep plowing of the field, he removes the grass and weed of the field. When there is more weed, he uses medicine in the field 15 days before sowing. By spraying, weeds end up from the field. Before preparing the field, he scattered rotten cow dung in the field.
Shivkumar said that after plowing the field well, he used DAP and Potash in proper quantity of potash. They plow the soil of the field and make them brittle. The field is using a seed called Hisar fragrance, in which germination is done very soon after sowing the seeds. On the rainy days, we are sowing coriander by making ridge. The coriander is soaked in a sack of jute before sowing. After three to four days, it is applied. This makes the seed germination and good.
He uses the methods mentioned by the Horticulture Department to protect against insects. Due to moisture during rainy days, plants are made to tunnel and damage many types of pests. To prevent this, a proper amount of drug called chloropyrifas is sprayed. After the rain, this coriander is ready to go to the market. The coriander has come in the market just before the rainy days, which is being sold at a good price.
Hardoi District Horticulture Officer Suresh Kumar said that the district of the district said many advanced experienced farmer coriander from the cultivation of coriander. Earning profits. The cultivation of coriander these days gives more profits than the farmer. About 10 quintals of green coriander is obtained in one hectare. Coriander seeds are in great demand in the market. It is also used as a spice.
Every vegetable made in India requires coriander. It is used in both dry and green conditions. Sometimes the price of coriander seeds per quintal goes up to 10 thousand rupees. The District Horticulture Officer said that for the coriander farmer, money is proving to be money-raining crop at all times. Read the latest news and follow the TV9 Hindi Agriculture page.
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