Grapes cultivation in Pakistan

Grapes cultivation in Pakistan

Grapes cultivation in Pakistan

Grapes are a tasty and nutritious fruit. It is rich in carbohydrates, water, various vitamins and other ingredients. It is the fruit of cold and temperate regions. Dry and semi-warm temperatures are very useful for good growth of plants and fruits. Grapes are grown in different types of soil, but my type and well drained soil is very suitable.
The method of growing grapes.
Grapes are grown easily with cuttings. So these are just some of the goal setting shareware that you can use. The best time to get pens is during the dormant season (dormant season), ie in December and January. Cuttings are usually from one-year-old branches that should be at least as thick as a pencil. Cut the bottom side round and the top side diagonally. The length of the pen should be eight to twelve inches with three to six eyes / buds. Callusing banana pens should be kept in wet sand or humid environment for some time (two to three weeks) so that the roots can be easily removed after planting in the soil. To protect against fungal diseases, take one tablespoon of fungicide such as mancozeb or diethyne or copper oxychloride and make a solution of one liter of water and dip the pens in two to four inches for about eight to twelve hours. To plant pens, mix a small amount of furadan or chlorophyll phosphorus by mixing finely ground compost or dung manure with soil to protect it from insect / termit attack. Press the pens into the ground for two thirds. Give adequate amount of water. Two or three eyes should be out of the ground to insert the pen. Different varieties of grapes are cultivated in Pakistan. The seedless include Thompson, Pearl, Kings Ruby, Flame Reed, Sultana, Crimson and Sugar. The badgers include NARC Black, Red Globe and Cardinal. Moisture should be retained and excessive watering should be avoided.

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