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Different methods of sowing paddy

Different methods of sowing paddy

लेखक - Surendra Kumar Chaudhari | 1/6/2020

Paddy is one of the major crops cultivated in our country in Kharif season. Paddy is cultivated in many ways. Today through this post you can get information about different methods of its cultivation.

  • Cultivation of Paddy by Sanda Method: This method is becoming very popular among the farmers. With this method of cultivation, the yield of paddy increases. Along with this, the problem of many diseases and wilting of plants is also reduced. If you cultivate in one bigha field by sanda method, then for this you need only 2 to 3 kg of seed. On the other hand, if cultivated by other method, about 15 to 20 kg of seed is required in the same land.

  • Paddy cultivation by SRI method: SRI method is also called intensive system, SRI and Madagascar method. This method gives very good production of paddy even with very little use of water. Usually the paddy field is filled with water whereas in this method there is no need to fill the field with water after transplanting. By this method, 2 kg of seeds are required for cultivation per acre of land. Compared to the traditional method, the yield of paddy is 2 to 3 times more when cultivated by the Shree method.

  • Cultivation of paddy by direct method: In direct sowing, farmers are saved from the cost of nursery. In this way farmers can get better crop at less cost. Along with this, the cost of tillage and transplanting of the field is also reduced. If you want to cultivate coarse grained money then 12 to 14 kg seed is required per acre of land. About 10 to 12 kg of seed is required for cultivating medium sized grains in this amount of land and 8 to 10 kg for cultivating fine grain varieties.

  • Cultivation of paddy by traditional method: Both cost and labor are more involved in cultivation by traditional method. More water is also required for transplanting paddy than the traditional method. It is necessary to have water in the field even after transplanting. This increases the risk of plant rot and many diseases.

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