Fruith of Pothwar
Dr. Muhammad Tariq
Cultivation of Damson Earth and Climate
Aloo Bukhara requires a cold climate, especially low temperatures in winter to reduce its dormancy.
is very important.
Cultivated successfully in a variety of soils such as loamy or heavy soils with adequate water classes are suitable. For the planting of fruit plants, make arrangements to protect the fruit plants from the summer heat by installing protective plant fences on the south and southwest sides of the proposed Varaqaba. In order to protect the plants from the effect of heat intensity, board and paste should not be applied on the maximum part of the stems of the plants as soon as the summer season begins. Recommended Varieties: Fazal Manani Maithle Red Boot and Seneca Rosa. The scarred bull
Rows of plants should be oriented north-south, keep a distance of 20 feet between every two rows, and plant plants at a distance of fifteen feet within each row. Plow etc. can be easily driven between the outer boundaries of the soil. First of all, while digging one meter deep and one-meter diameter pits by marking the plants, the upper one-third of the soil should be kept separately. Keep the pits open for about 3 weeks.
Take one part of upper fertile soil and one part of well-rotted manure and mix it well and fill it ten inches higher than the soil around the pits.
With the help of soil removed from the pits but not used, make a distance 2 feet outside the mouth of the pit and fill this distance with water. When this water is finished, fill this period with water again. Even after sitting, the soil put in the pit will remain one and a half to two inches higher than the surrounding soil.
Planting should be done 6 to 7 weeks after giving open water to the pits. The used soil should be removed from the fields during the period designed to give open water to the pits. As needed by plant roots or coppice, small pits are dug out so that India is definitely outside. The best wax for planting is A.A.B. If proper precautions are taken, the plants can be planted till the end of February. Horn carving
After planting, the new one should be cut at a height of one and a half meters. On the pan, three or four branches are kept from the branches coming out in different directions.
The first branch should be at a height of about 60 cm. Later, the branch emerging from the evil should be cut from a distance of 30 cm. In this way, in the first two or three years, proper branch trimming should be done to give the plant a proper and balanced shape. Large plants should be properly pruned in early January every year to get a good yield. Do not prune the branches facing upwards. Branches facing the sides are more likely to bear fruit, so they should be pruned sparingly and as needed. Irrigation
Small plants should be watered every 7 to 10 days and big plants should be watered every 10 to 15 days. Stop watering during the period from flowering to flowering. Remember not to water the plants themselves. Fertilizers
Phosphorus, potash, and cow dung should be applied in December while half of the nitrogen should be applied before flowering and the remaining half of nitrogen should be applied two weeks after fruiting.
Every time, the fertilizer should be spread well under the canopy of the plant and mixed well with a few grains of light manure in the pots, and given plenty of water. The quantity of fertilizers has been determined according to the report given at Bama Lamar Salah No. 16.
Aloo Bukhara plant bears a lot of fruit. Proper punching of the initiative is required to get a better size and quality fruit. Weed loss
If there are weeds in the garden, the weeds should be destroyed by running a rota weeder or by hoeing. Protection from pests and diseases
For co-control of fruit fly and aphid also use in us with the advice of Agriculture Department (Extension) staff.
Due to the intensity of heat, the internal system of the plants gets disturbed, due to which the glue starts for the plant and in the big branches. To stop the writing of this glue (Gumosis) there were more of the new ones but the whole stomach (border pie half to one kilogram of blue spit, apply one to two and a half kilograms of lime). Endurance
Aloo Bukhara is a delicate fruit, so special care should be taken that the fruit is not overripe at the time of storage, otherwise, there is a possibility of a loss of pulp during packing and reaching the market.
Aloo Bukhara is generally tolerable when its color changes. However, when the fruit loses its green color and turns completely red, the back is bearable.