Practices(s) List for a protocol

Protocol Details:

Protocol NameKalmegh_Onganic_Organic
CropKalmegh
Protocol TypeOrganic
AuthorMohan Ram
NotesFrom seed



Practices List:
Sl. No Protocol Section Day (+/- Days) Order in that day Name, Description, Notes and Supplies PropertiesAdd New Practice
1 Field Preparation -45 (+/- 2) 1.0 Nursery bed formation:
Seed are sown on the raised beds at the depth of 1-2 cm and the dry grass are covered above the nursery beds to maintain the evaporation losses and reduce the weeds on the nursery beds and to get a better germination.The beds size of 3 x 2 m is convienent .The Seed are mixed with sand in the ratio (1:8) and sown on the nursery beds.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
2 Sowing -40 (+/- 2) 1.0 Seed sowing:
Seed are soaked overnight in Water.
Notes:
Supplies:
1 Seed
160.00
gram / acre
e -
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
3 Crop growing -38 (+/- 1) 1.0 Irrigation:
Irrigation is done using rosecan to avoid scaterring of Seed from nursery beds.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
4 Crop growing -36 (+/- 2) 1.0 Check for germination:
Check for germination of Seed by lifting the dry grass if germination have started gently remove the grass without shaking of seedlings.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
5 Crop growing -33 (+/- 2) 1.0 Mulch removal:
Immediately after germination, mulch is removed to avoid elongation of the seedlings. After 10-15 days regular flood irrigation can be given till it becomes ready for planting.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
6 Crop growing -32 (+/- 3) 1.0 Check for germination:
Germination have completely started by most of the Seed.Proper care and management is required for the seedlings and it is transplanted by 45-50th day
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
7 Crop growing -30 (+/- 2) 1.0 Irrigation:
Irrigation is done using rosecan to avoid scaterring of Seed from nursery beds.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
8 Crop growing -29 (+/- 3) 1.0 Check for the incidence of pest and disease:
Check for pest and disease in seedlings. Supply of healthy seedlings to mainfiled determines the oil yield of the crop.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
9 Crop growing -25 (+/- 3) 1.0 Irrigation:
Irrigation is done using rosecan to avoid scaterring of Seed from nursery beds.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
10 Crop growing -22 (+/- 3) 1.0 Irrigation:
Irrigation is done using rosecan to avoid scaterring of Seed from nursery beds.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
11 Crop growing -12 (+/- 3) 1.0 First ploughing:
Plough the field followed by sowing the dhaincha Seed on the ploughed field and allow to grow. Dhaincha is a green manure crop which is to be incorporated at the stage of flowering.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
12 Crop growing -8 (+/- 2) 1.0 Basal application:
Application of well decomposted organic manure along with Neem Cake to the field and incorporating them into the soil. Soil is again turned to mix the organic manure along with Neem Cake into the soil.
Notes:
Supplies:
1 FYM
4.00
ton / acre
e -
2 Poultry Manure
2.00
ton / acre
e -
3 Trichoderma viride
1.00
Kg / acre
e -
4 Phosphobacteria
1.00
Kg / acre
e -
5 Pseudomonas fluorescens
1.00
Kg / acre
e -
6 Azospirillum
1.50
Kg / acre
e -
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
13 Crop growing -5 (+/- 2) 1.0 Second ploughing:
Ploughing of field to mix the basal amendments and incorporate them into the soil.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
14 Crop growing -2 (+/- 1) 1.0 Land levelling:
Land should be levelled for better establishment of crop. It also helps for efficient irrigation, surface drainage and minimizes the soil erosion.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
15 Crop growing 1 (+/- 0) 1.0 Seedlings pull:
Seedlings are removed from the nursery bed prior to transplanting and Irrigation the nursery beds well and gentle pulling of seedling by loosening of soil would encourage better seedlings without root damage.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
16 Crop growing 1 (+/- 0) 2.0 Seedling dip:
Seedlings are dipped in the solution of biofertilzers and biocontrol agents and then transplanted immediately into the field.
Notes:
Supplies:
1 Trichoderma viride
1.00
Kg / acre
e -
2 Pseudomonas fluorescens
1.00
Kg / acre
e -
3 Azospirillum
2.50
Kg / acre
e -
4 Phosphobacteria
2.00
Kg / acre
e -
5 Water
10.00
Litre / acre
e -
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
17 Crop growing 1 (+/- 0) 3.0 Seedling transplanting:
Seedlings are transplanted in the raised bed of convienent length 1.5 m width and 20 cm height at plant spacing of 30 cm and between row 30 cm.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
18 Crop growing 3 (+/- 0) 1.0 Irrigation:
Live irrigation is necessary for the crop to get rooted well and to get greater establishment.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
19 Crop growing 10 (+/- 0) 1.0 Gap filling:
Check for the initial establshment of the crop if there is any death of the crop then do gap filling procedure to commensate the yield.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
20 Crop growing 20 (+/- 5) 1.0 Weeding:
Remove the weeds from the field for every 20-25 days interval. It helps the main crop to grow healthier and the host crop for pest is also removed. Manual weeding is prefred mostly. In case of using any machineries proper spacing should be maintained in between the fields.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
21 Crop growing 30 (+/- 0) 1.0 Irrigation:
Irrigation at a frequent intervals are given to manage the Water requirement of the crop
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
22 Crop growing 45 (+/- 5) 1.0 Weeding:
Remove the weeds from the field for every 20-25 days interval. It helps the main crop to grow healthier and the host crop for pest is also removed. Manual weeding is prefred mostly. In case of using any machineries proper spacing should be maintained in between the fields.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
23 Crop growing 60 (+/- 0) 1.0 Irrigation:
Irrigation at a frequent intervals are given to manage the Water requirement of the crop
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
24 Crop growing 75 (+/- 5) 1.0 Weeding:
Remove the weeds from the field for every 20-25 days interval. It helps the main crop to grow healthier and the host crop for pest is also removed. Manual weeding is prefred mostly. In case of using any machineries proper spacing should be maintained in between the fields.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
25 Crop growing 80 (+/- 0) 1.0 Irrigation:
Irrigation at a frequent intervals are given to manage the Water requirement of the crop
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
26 Harvesting 90 (+/- 5) 1.0 Harvesting:
The plants start flowering 90 days after planting. At that stage the plants are cut at the base leaving about 10-15 cm stem for regeneration. 1-2 harvests aree taken up after 1st harvesting. The plants are dried under shade for 3-4 days, packed into bundles and stored. Average yield of whole plant 1000 Kg/ac.
Notes:
Supplies:
Add a new supply
List/Add Properties Clone Practice Edit Practice Delete Practice
Protocol Section
Day info:
Day Days Upto +/- Ordinal in that Day
Name :
Description :
Notes :
Supply :Rate : eg., 50 Kg / Acre
/ Acre