Excessive irrigation can be harmful for wheat crop
Author : Dr. Pramod Murari
We all are aware of how important irrigation is for crops. By irrigating at the right time and in the right quantity, we get better yields of high quality. Crops can be protected from frost by irrigation even when it is very cold. But do you know that excessive irrigation can also damage crops. If you are cultivating wheat, then get information about the damage caused by excessive irrigation from here.
Damage caused by over-irrigation
Over irrigation may result in crop failure.
Due to excessive irrigation, milky spots appear in the wheat grains.
Wheat yields decrease.
The mouth of the grains starts turning black after watering with the sprinkler method while the earrings are coming out. Along with this, the outbreak of Karnal Bunt and Khandwa disease increases.
The problem of water logging in the field arises due to irrigation in excess of the requirement. Due to which the risk of getting rot disease increases.
Under what conditions should irrigate wheat crop? To learn more , click here.
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21 September 2021
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