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CATEGORY : FieldCrops
Posted Date

2/2/2013

Question

My home is located at Edakkazhiyoor (2.50 far from seashore) in cited Panchayath. I would like to do cultivation of grafted mango tree & get good yield. The current soil is moderate level loos. How about our soil is it suitable for it? I?m also planning to replace current soil with red soil (Chemmannu). Would it help for good yield? Currently the traditional mango tree gives good yields.

Answer

Please contact the Krishibhavan in your panchayat and get technical advice.

Posted by
: Fysal
Email
: fysalvaliyil@gmail.com
Designation
: Others
Place
: Punnayoor
Posted Date

17/2/2013

Question

WHERE WILL I GET VEGETABLES SEEDS IN KOLLAM DISTRICT

Answer

Please contact your Krishibhavan or Vegetable and Fruits Promotion Council office (0474-2451364)

Posted by
: SUNU US
Email
: sunuminu@rediffmail.com
Designation
: Others
Place
: NEDUVATHOOR
Posted Date

20/12/2012

Question

respected sir i have 50 cent of land.i would like to have nutmeg in that place.i would like to know how many nutmeg trees can be planted in this land and what is the minimum space between to nutmeg plants.what are the fertilizer that should be used for proper growth of nutmeg

Answer

About 30-32 plants can be grown in 50 cents of land at 8 m spacing between plants. For details on cultural operations and manuring, please see Crop Information Section in the Kissan Kerala Website (Nutmeg under Spices & Condiments)

Posted by
: anu martin
Email
: 1989anumartin@gmail.com
Designation
: Farmer
Place
: angamaly
Posted Date

6/2/2013

Question

IS THE CLIMATE AND SOIL OF KERALA IS SUITABLE FOR GRAPE CULTIVATION? IF SO WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE OF GRAPE CULTIVATION

Answer

Seeing is Believing! Please visit our Agri Video Channel http://www.youtube.com/kissankerala http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ww3XntrmhA

Posted by
: ANISH
Email
: aneeshcm@rediffmail.com
Designation
: Others
Place
: AMBALOOR
Posted Date

8/12/2012

Question

Hello.. I would like to know the availability of Tissue culture Banana Plants in Malappuram district.

Answer

Please contact: Farm Manager, Regional Agricultural Research Station, Pattambi (9446053416) Agricultural Research Station, Anakkayam (0483-2864239) Banana Research Station, Kannara, Thrissur (0487-2699087) KVK Malappuram (0494-2686329)

Posted by
: Nisha
Email
: nisha_clt@yahoo.com
Designation
: Others
Place
: Keezhuparamba
Posted Date

31/1/2013

Question

Where I can get Tissue Cultured Banana Saplings in Thrissur District

Answer

Please contact: Banana Research Station,Kannara (Tel:04872699087) Central Nursery, Vellanikkara (0487-2438622)

Posted by
: Sateesh
Email
: meetmrsateesh@yahoo.com
Designation
: Farmer
Place
: Cheruthuruthy
Posted Date

9/1/2013

Question

Dear sir I am a regular viewer of your KISAN KERALA TV PROGRAMME. i am intersted to know some information about tapioca farming area in kerala state (major cultivating districts) and i would appreciate if you can provide me the contact telephone no and address of tapioca farmers in kerala Kindly sent me list of tapioca farmers contact details at your earliest Thanking you in anticipation regds/Mohd shaji

Answer

Tapioca is currently cultivated in an area about 72284 Ha with more than 50 % of the area confined in Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam and Pathanamthitta Districts.Average productivity of the crop is about 32.65 MT per Ha. Details of progressive tapioca farmers can be collected from the respective Krishibhavan office. Details of such Krishibhavans can be obtained from the Principal Agricultural Office of the concerned district. Contact Tel No. of the 3 Principal Agricultural Offices are provided here: Thiruvananthapuram: 0471-2733334 Kollam: 0474-2795082 Pathanamthitta: 0468-2222597 Central Tuber Crop Research Institute (CTCRI),Sreekaryam, Thiruvananthapuram can also be contacted for further information on Tapioca.(0471-2598551)

Posted by
: mohammed shaji
Email
: shajinusi@gmail.com
Designation
: Others
Place
: na
Posted Date

10/2/2013

Question

where do i get tissue cultured banana saplings

Answer

The following institutions can be contacted for current availability of tissue culture banana: Bio Technology and Model Floriculture Centre, Kazhakuttom, Thiruvananthapuram -695587 ( Tel: 0471-2413739) Vegetable and Fruit Promotion Council, Keralam (VFPCK), Mythri Bhavan, Kakkanad, Kochi-682037 (Tel: 0484-2427544, 2427455) Banana Research Station, Kannara (Tel: 0487-2699087)

Posted by
: Sreekanthan
Email
: sreekanthan.s@gmail.com
Designation
: Others
Place
: trivandrum
Posted Date

8/2/2013

Question

rubber plantation got fire. latex is oozing form the trees. what to do? Is tapping possible now?

Answer

Please consult and get advise from your nearest office of the Rubber Board, Department of Agriculture OR Agricuktural University to assess the real crop situation and measures needed to protect the trees from the fire shock

Posted by
: kishor lal
Email
: kishorlal001@gmail.com
Designation
: Farmer
Place
: ummannoor
Posted Date

10/12/2012

Question

Hi There I want know about Cultivation Of Ginger How to Cultivation. What is climate need for Ginger. Which type soil need. etc

Answer

Ginger is a tropical plant adapted for cultivation even in regions of subtropical climate such as high ranges. It prefers a rich soil with high humus content. Being an exhausting crop, ginger is not cultivated continuously in the same field but shifting cultivation is practised. The crop cannot withstand waterlogging and hence soils with good drainage are preferred. It is shade tolerant / loving crop with shallow roots and therefore suitable for intercropping and as a component in the homesteads where low to medium shade is available. The best time for planting ginger is during the first fortnight of April, after receipt of pre-monsoon showers. For irrigated ginger, the best suited time is middle of February. Beds of convenient length, 1 m width, 25 cm height with 40 cm spacing between beds can be prepared for planting. Rhizome bits of 15 g weight can be planted in small pits at a spacing of 20 cm x 20 cm to 25 cm x 25 cm and at a depth of 4-5 cm with at least one viable healthy bud facing upwards. For knowing more about the cultural operations, please contact the Krishibhavan of your residential / farm area

Posted by
: Sanjay Sharma
Email
: sanjaybns@gmail.com
Designation
: Farmer
Place
: Noorpur

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