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Fertilizer Management in Onion Crop

Fertilizer Management in Onion Crop

लेखक - Dr. Pramod Murari | 4/1/2021

To get a good crop of onion, it is very important to have knowledge of fertilizer management. With the use of manure and fertilizers in balanced quantity, we will be able to get high quality and disease free crop. If you are cultivating onion then you can get information about fertilizer management from here.

  • While preparing the field, add 3-4 tonnes of compost, 20 kg urea, 36 kg DAP and 30 kg potash per acre of land.

  • Use 30 kg urea when the crop is one month old and 30 kg urea when the crop is 60-65 days old.

  • Apart from this, apply 10 kg sulfur and 2 kg zinc per acre of land. This improves the quality of onions.

  • After 10 to 15 days after transplanting, spray 75 grams soluble fertilizer NPK 19:19:19 in 15 liters of water.

  • After 40 to 45 days of transplanting, spray 15 liters of water with 100 grams of soluble fertilizer NPK 12:61:00. This improves the development of roots and plants.

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We hope that by using fertilizers as mentioned in this post, you will be able to get a good crop of onions. If you liked this information, then like our post and also share it with other farmer friends. Ask us your questions related to this through comments.

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