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Seed treatment for wheat crop

Seed treatment for wheat crop

लेखक - Soumya Priyam | 3/10/2020

For good yield of any crop, seed treatment is very important before sowing. If you want to cultivate wheat then don't forget to treat the seed before sowing to get high quality crop. If you do not know the correct process of seed treatment, then you can see the method of seed treatment from here.

Benefits of seed treatment

  • Treating the seeds reduces the risk of many soil borne diseases to the plants.

  • Along with this, the chances of infestation of termites and other insects are also reduced.

  • By treating the seeds, farmers can get a better crop of high quality.

  • In addition, it also increases the yield.

seed treatment method

  • For best yield, buy seeds only from a certified fertilizer-seed store.

  • To protect the plants from many diseases, treat the seed with Carbendazim @ 2 grams per kg.

  • Apart from this, 3 grams per kilogram of seed can also be treated with Trichoderma or Bavistin.

By treating the seeds in the manner mentioned in this post, you can definitely get better yields without disease. If you found this information important then like this post and also share it with other farmers. Ask us your questions related to this through comments.

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