Paddy, maize, jowar, bajra, moong, groundnut, sugarcane, soybean, urad, kulthi, jute, cotton, tobacco, gram, peas, etc. crops are cultivated in Kharif. Generally farmers cultivate one or two types of crops in a year. Due to which they do not get much profit. Co-cropping is a good option for increasing income and more profit. Let's find out more about co-cropping in the buying season.
Benefits of co-cropping
Multiple crops can be successfully cultivated simultaneously.
Water is saved during irrigation.
Due to less free space in the field, the problem of weeds is also less.
There is no need to plow the field again and again for the cultivation of different crops.
Fertilizers are used in small quantities.
The fertilizer capacity of the soil increases.
Cost is reduced.
Farmers can get more profit in less time.
Disadvantages of co-cropping farming
There are many benefits of co-cropping farming. Along with this it also has some disadvantages.
In co-cropping, if there is an outbreak of disease or pest in one crop, then other crops can also be affected.
To avoid this, inspect the crops at an interval of a few days.
Adopt the methods of control as soon as the symptoms of disease and pest infestation do not appear.
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