Boost Your Mango Harvest with Galway Krisham for copious Benefits

Boost Your Mango Harvest with Galway Krisham for copious Benefits

April 10, 2024 06:10 Created by Rajesh Kumar Yadav, Last modified on April 10, 2024 06:10

King of Fruits- The Mango has a significant demand in the Indian fruit market. In most parts of India, mango cultivation is considered a cash crop. According to a report, 42% of the world's mango production occurs in India alone. States like Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, and Andhra Pradesh are major producers where the demand for mangoes also exists in foreign markets. Mango production takes place in almost all states of India. However, in terms of mango production, Uttar Pradesh leads among all states, with six states including UP contributing to 70% of India's total mango production.

To double the income of farmers in our country, it is essential to encourage more and more horticulture farming. Instead of traditional farming, mango cultivation can yield annual profits in lakhs. Therefore, in this issue, we will guide you on how you can achieve improved mango cultivation through Galway's agricultural products.

The varieties of mangoes

In our country, various types of mangoes are grown, including Dashehari, Chaunsa, Langra, Fazari, Bombay Green, Alphonso, and others. Mango varieties can be divided into three categories. The first category is early fruiting varieties, which rapidly develop and produce fruit. Examples include Baginapalli, Totapuri, Gulabkhas, Langra, Bombay Green, Dashehari, etc. The second category is medium fruiting varieties, such as Mallika, Himsagar, Amrapali, Kesar, Sundarja, Alphonso, etc., which are known for their processing qualities. Additionally, there are late fruiting varieties like Chausa and Fazli. However, each of these excellent varieties has its own unique characteristics, including variations in sweetness.

For mango cultivation, an optimum temperature ranges of 23.8 to 26.6 degrees Celsius is ideal. However, it is not profitable to grow mangoes on excessively sandy, stony, alkaline, or waterlogged soil. The most suitable soil for mango cultivation is well-drained loamy soil, but mango farming is possible in all types of soils. Even in slightly dry or hard soil, mango orchards can be established.

Today we are going to tell you how you can cultivate mangoes through Galway Krisham Products.

1. Planting - Dig a pit of size 1x1x1 meter at a distance of 10x10 meters using a square method. For filling the pit, mix 40 kilograms of cow dung manure, 500 grams of SSP, 75 grams of G-Sea Power or G-Prom Advanced and 10 milliliters of potash.

2. For pre-treatment of the plant before planting, prepare a solution by mixing 25 milliliters of G-Bio Phosphate Advanced in 8 liters of water and treat it.

3. After planting the saplings, follow the below instructions per year/per plant:

| Age of Plant |           Cow Dung Manure |    Quantity of Galway Kṛṣam Products | Quantity of Chemical Fertilizer |

|-------------               -|-----------------            |------------------------------------                    |---------------------------------|

| First Year | 10 kg | 100 grams G-Sea Power/G-Prom Advanced + 200 grams G-Vam + 10 milliliters G-Potash | 50 grams N + 40 grams P |

| Second Year | 20 kg | 200 grams G-Sea Power/G-Prom Advanced + 200 grams G-Vam + 50 milliliters G-Potash | 100 grams N + 80 grams P |

| Third Year | 40 kg | 300 grams G-Sea Power/G-Prom Advanced + 300 grams G-Vam + 50 milliliters G-Potash | 200 grams N + 160 grams P |

Please note:

Similarly, as each year progresses, the quantity of manure will double.

  • Upon flowering and fruiting, spray a solution of 10 to 15 millilitres of G-Amino+ and G-Sea Liquid in 15 litres of water. This can enhance the yield of mango crops effectively through Galway Krisham Products.
  • It is essential to apply necessary medicines at the right time along with proper care and irrigation of the plants to prevent any kind of pests or diseases and maintain the shine of the fruits. This helps in obtaining a good price in the market. Expert advice can be sought based on the diseases and pests of the crop to control diseases and pests.

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