Mustard is cultivated in about 66.34 lakh hectares of land in our country. To get good yield of mustard cultivated in sandy soil to heavy clay soil, it is very important to use proper amount of fertilizers at the right time. The quality of its grains is also improved by the use of fertilizers in proper quantity. If you do mustard cultivation, then from here you can get information about fertilizer management.
While preparing the field before sowing, add 4 to 5 tonnes of decomposed cow dung per acre of field.
Compost manure can also be used instead of cow dung manure for better yield.
Mustard crop requires 50 kg of nitrogen, 24 kg of phosphorus and 24 kg of potash per acre of field.
At the time of last plowing, mix 25 kg of nitrogen with 24 kg of phosphorus and 24 kg of potash in the field.
Along with this, add 16 kg of sulfur per acre of field.
Spray 25 kg of nitrogen in standing crop i.e. about 25 to 30 days after sowing.
Apply nitrogen in topdressing after first irrigation in standing crop.
Click here to get information on Irrigation Management in Mustard Crop.
We hope that by using fertilizers according to the quantity mentioned in this post, you will get high quality mustard crop. If you liked this information, then like this post and also share it with other farmers. Ask us your questions related to this through comments.
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