Arhar is mainly cultivated in the states of Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and Karnataka. Apart from this, it is also cultivated in other states of the country like Bihar , Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, Punjab, Chhattisgarh. Arhar has special importance in pulse crops. It is considered best for cultivation in dry areas due to its leaf turning property at high temperature. By adopting the precautions given here, you can produce a good tur crop.
It should be sown in the month of June.
Loamy soil is considered best for the cultivation of tur.
It is necessary to have good drainage system in the field. The stagnation of water in the fields causes great damage to the crop.
Treat the seed before planting it in the field.
After planting the seeds, it is necessary to control the weeds in the field. Due to the presence of weeds in the field, it is harmful to the crop.
12 to 15 kg seed per hectare is sufficient.
The crop is harvested when about 80% of the beans are ripe.
The crop should be harvested from a height of about 10 cm from the ground.
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