New advisory of horticulture experts – keep guava garden safe from diseases in winter Gardening Tips For Novice

Many people like gardening at patio, and it’s easy to learn why. Growing your own flowers, herbs, and veggies may be a fulfilling activity that makes you feel accomplished and satisfied. There are many tips and tactics to help you get the most out of your gardening efforts, whether you are an experienced gardener or are just getting started. We’ll provide you some useful home gardening advice in this post to get you started on your gardening adventure. These suggestions can assist you in quickly growing a wholesome and fruitful garden, from picking the ideal area to harvesting your plants at the ideal moment.

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  • Due to lack of proper sunlight in the guava garden in winters, milk-like secretion starts coming from the trees and due to lack of chlorophyll in the leaves, they start withering.

    From guava trees, due to fog and cold, discharge like milk starts.  Due to this the plants turn yellow and start getting cold.  (Photo-Social Media)From guava trees, due to fog and cold, discharge like milk starts. Due to this the plants turn yellow and start getting cold. (Photo-Social Media)

    Many changes are seen in the winter season in North . Sometimes the temperature drops below zero. At the same time, many times the fog remains for many days. Due to this, many types of diseases are likely to affect the fruit orchards.

    According to horticulturist Dr. SK Singh, the possibility of outbreak of diseases in guava orchards is more in winter, especially in the month of December-January. From guava trees, due to fog and cold, discharge like milk starts. Due to this the plants turn yellow and start getting cold. But if the farmers take these measures in time, then the guava crop can be kept disease free in winter.

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    According to fruit scientist Dr. SK Singh, the brown color on guava leaves in January is due to the deficiency of trace elements. In this case, sprinkle 4 grams of copper sulphate and zinc sulphate dissolved in per liter of water.

    If you want to get better production from guava orchard in winter than in rainy season, spray Naphthalene Acetic Acid (100 ppm) after harvesting of fruits and reduce irrigation. Along with this, prune the front part of the branches of the buds that came out in the previous season up to 10-15 cm. Due to this, the growth of plants is good and fruits come in abundance.

    Keep doing weeding after pruning diseased branches

    Gardeners should also cut off broken, diseased and entangled branches and separate them from the trees. Spray 3 grams of copper oxychloride dissolved in per liter of water immediately after pruning the tree. Along with this, it is beneficial to apply Bordeaux paste on the cut parts of the branches. Do the work of weeding and cleaning the gardens. It is also beneficial to irrigate newly planted guava orchards during the season.

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    How to store fruits

    According to the fruit scientist, harvesting of fruits from the guava orchard should be done in January. The best time to harvest is early morning. At this time good fragrance also comes from the fruits. Do not store ripe fruits with other fruits that have been plucked. Place each fruit in newspaper. The color of this fruit remains beautiful. Keep the fruits according to the size of the box.

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    English Summary: Horticulture experts new advisory to guavava farmers for winter production Published on: 18 November 2022, 05:02 IST

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