The rice yield will increase with the Sri System

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Given fears of an irregular monsoon cycle, the SRI method is proving to be very effective for growing rice. This system increases the productivity of rice by 20 to 30 percent. In the system, eight to 12 day old seedlings are planted at a height of 25 cm at the four corners of the square. Agronomists advocate saving fertilizers together with saving water, seeds in the SRI method (SRI).
The SRI method, which is the rice incentive method, is very effective for growing rice in the midst of the irregularity of the monsoon cycle. In this system, cow dung and green manure are only used when planting rice nurseries. After the nursery plants have been uprooted for eight to 10 days, three to four plants are transplanted from the line at a distance of 25 x 25 cm. Kono weeder is used to kill weeds. Soil treatment, productivity, increased water use efficiency, savings in fertilizers and 20 to 30 percent savings in production can be achieved by growing rice with the SRI system. Medium-heavy and heavy land with a good drainage system is used for cultivation by the SRI system. Soaked land or Uru hill country is not suitable for this method. Professor RP Singh, former director of the Institute of Agricultural Sciences at Banaras Hindu University, said that only six kilograms of seeds are needed for one hectare to grow with the SRI system. 30 to 40 percent fertilizer is saved. Irrigation uses 50% less water. The harvest ripens quickly and productivity increases by up to 30 percent. Professor Ramesh Chandra of the Department of Agricultural Sciences at BHU said 15 tons of cow dung or compost dung per hectare was filled with water for cultivation in the Shree system and the 15-day harvest of Sanai Dhaicha for green manure. Apart from that, balanced use of chemical fertilizers should be made after transplanting rice.

Given fears of an irregular monsoon cycle, the SRI method is proving to be very effective for growing rice. This system increases the productivity of rice by 20 to 30 percent. In the system, eight to 12 day old seedlings are planted at a height of 25 cm at the four corners of the square. Agronomists advocate saving fertilizers together with saving water, seeds in the SRI method (SRI).

The SRI method, which is the rice incentive method, is very effective for growing rice in the midst of the irregularity of the monsoon cycle. In this system, cow dung and green manure are only used when planting rice nurseries. After the nursery plants have been uprooted for eight to 10 days, three to four plants are transplanted from the line at a distance of 25 x 25 cm. Kono weeder is used to kill weeds. Soil treatment, productivity, increased water use efficiency, savings in fertilizers and 20 to 30 percent savings in production can be achieved by growing rice with the SRI system. Medium-heavy and heavy land with a good drainage system is used for cultivation by the SRI system. Soaked land or Uru hill country is not suitable for this method. Professor RP Singh, former director of the Institute of Agricultural Sciences at Banaras Hindu University, said that only six kilograms of seeds are needed for one hectare to grow with the SRI system. 30 to 40 percent fertilizer is saved. Irrigation uses 50% less water. The harvest ripens quickly and productivity increases by up to 30 percent. Professor Ramesh Chandra of the Department of Agricultural Sciences at BHU said 15 tons of cow dung or compost dung per hectare was filled with water for cultivation in the Shree system and the 15-day harvest of Sanai Dhaicha for green manure. Apart from that, balanced use of chemical fertilizers should be made after transplanting rice.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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