August 24, 2023 11:48 Created by Rajesh Kumar Yadav, Last modified on February 07, 2024 02:39
As per a news report on Dainik Bhaskar.com, India holds the title of being the largest producer and consumer of spices globally. Around 60 percent of the world's spice supply originates from India. The country cultivates spices on approximately 12.50 lakh hectares of land, yielding a remarkable production of about 10.5 lakh tonnes of spices annually.
Among these, cumin and coriander are grown in about 10 lakh hectares of land. Following them is chili, which is a major crop for Indian spices. Chili cultivation takes place in tropical regions and is used not only in spices and vegetables but also in medicines, sauces, and pickles. It contains abundant amounts of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, phosphorus, and calcium.
According to the information published in abp.com, according to the statistics of the Horticulture Board of India, the environment and soil of Karnataka is favorable for the production of green chillies. For this reason, the maximum production of chilli is in Karnataka. The state produces 18.75 percent chilli, while Madhya Pradesh is on the second number. A total of 18.62 percent green chillies of the country are produced here. Bihar's number is third. It produces 12.56 percent, followed by Maharashtra, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan.
Major varieties – Pusa Jwala, Pusa Sadabahar, Arka Lohit, Arka Amir, CH-1, KDC-1 and J-218
Chilli Cultivation with Galway Krisham Products-
• For the cultivation of chili, it is necessary to treat the soil first. For this, use 1 liter G-Bio Phosphate Advance or G-Potash mixed with 100 kg of well-rotted cow dung manure/ earthworm manure/ ash/ friable soil.
• To treat chilli seeds, mix 10 ml G-Bio Phosphate Advance / 5 ml G-Potash, treat 1 kg of seeds and dry them in shade for 30 minutes and sow them.
• Use DAP + 10 kg G-Sea Power + 4 kg G-VAM together as per requirement in the field at the rate of per acre.
• Apply Nitrogen + 10 kg G-Sea Power/G Prom Advance mixed per acre as per requirement after 15 to 30 days of transplanting.
• Spray 10-15 ml G-Sea Liquid and 10-15 ml G-Bio Humic in 15 liters of water according to half acre before or after flowering and fruiting.
• At the time of preparation of chili, 15 ml. G-Amino + 15ml Spray G-Sea Liquid mixed with 15 liters of water according to half acre.
If you harvest your chillies with the above method, you can probably avoid many diseases like leaf spot, root rot, powdery mildew, mosaic and fruit rot.
• Enhances water retention capacity.
• Provides essential nutrients to the soil.
• Guards plants against various types of diseases.
Galway Krisham Products has quadrupled my chilli crop -
I used Phosphate Advance or G-Potash from transplanting till flowering of chilli with amazing results.
Farmer (Uttar Pradesh)
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Link - https://www.abplive.com/agriculture/green-chilli-production-karnataka-is-the-largest-producer-of-chillies-in-india-2391401