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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES

INDIA METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

METEOROLOGICAL CENTRE, BHUBANESWAR

 

 

 

COMPOSITE
AGROMETEOROLOGICAL ADVISORY BULLETIN

 

for

 

ODISHA

 

 

NO. 50/ 2017

Issued on :23rd June, 2017(Friday)

Forecast period : 24.06.2017 28.06.2017

 

 

 

Issued by

India Meteorological Department

State Agro-meteorological Advisory Services Unit

Meteorological Centre , Bhubaneswar

in collaboration with

Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar &

Department of Agriculture , Govt. of Odisha

 

 

FOR METEOROLOGICAL PURPOSE ODISHA STATE IS THE SINGLE MET SUB- DIVISION

The state consists of 30 (thirty) districts:

 

Coastal districts :- ( 11 districts ) :

Balasore, Cuttack, Jajpur, Bhadrak, Kendrapada, Jagatsingpur, Puri, Khurda, Nayagarh, Ganjam, Gajapati

 

Interior districts :- ( 19 districts ) :

Sundergarh, Jharsuguda, Bargarh, Sambalpur, Deogarh, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj, Angul, Dhenkanal ,Nuapada, Bolangir, Sonepur, Boudh, Kandhamal (Phulbani), Kalahandi, Nawarangpur, Rayagada ,Koraput, Malkanagiri

Agroclimatic Zones of the state:

Zone

No.

Agroclimatic Zones

Districts

AMFU location

AZ1

East & South East coastal plain

Kendrapada, Jagatsingpur, Khurda, Puri , Nayagarh , part of Cuttack & Ganjam

Bhubaneswar

AZ2

North Eastern coastal plain

Balasore, Bhadrak, parts of Jajpur

Ranital,

AZ3

Western central table land

Sonepur, Bargarh, Bolangir, Boudh,Parts of Jharsuguda & Sambalpur

Chiplima,

AZ4

Western undulating zone

Nuapada, Kalahandi

Bhawanipatna

AZ5

North Central plateau

Mayurbhanj ,Major parts of Keonjhar ,

Keonjhar

AZ6

North western plateau

Sundergarh , part of Deogarh &Sambalpur , Jharsuguda

Kirei

AZ7

North Eastern Ghat

Rayagada, Gajapati, parts of Ganjam , Kandhamal ,small patches of Koraput

G.Udayagiri,

AZ8

Eastern Ghat highland

Nawarangpur, Major parts of Koraput

Similiguda

AZ9

Mid central table land

Angul,Dhenkanal , parts of Cuttack & Jajpur

Mahisapat

AZ10

South Eastern Ghat

Malkangiri , parts of Koraput

Kalimela/Malkangiri

 

 

10 Agroclimatic Zones of Odisha

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AMFU-KIREI (1)

 

REALISED WEATHER RECORDED IN THE OBSERVATORIES DURING THE PERIOD:

17.06.2017

TO

23.06.2017

 

 

 

 

 

MAX TEMP (DEG C)

MIN TEMP (DEG C)

RAINFALL (MM)

 

DATES

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

 

JHARSUGUDA

37

37

39

37

39

35

31

27

28

28

27

24

24

25

0

0

Tr

0

18.8

34.8

7.2

 

SAMBALPUR

31

37

39

37

38

35

31

27

28

27

26

24

23

23

0

0

0.3

6.8

82.7

75.3

21.6

 

SUNDERGARH

37

37

37

38

39

37

37

19

20

21

21

20

21

21

10

0

0

0

34

0

7.3

 

Agroadvisory for AMFU:- KIREI

 

JHARSUGDA

SAMBALPUR

SUNDARGARH

DEOGARH

Agromet Advisory not received

 

 

 

 

 

AMFU-KEONJHAR (2)

 

REALISED WEATHER RECORDED IN THE OBSERVATORIES DURING THE PERIOD:

17.06.2017

TO

23.06.2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAX TEMP (DEG C)

MIN TEMP (DEG C)

RAINFALL (MM)

 

DATES

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

 

BARIPADA

31

36

38

38

27

32

35

27

28

26

25

25

26

27

0

0

20.4

28.4

0

0

23

 

KEONJHAR

34

35

37

37

34

30

30

25

26

27

27

21

23

24

0

0

0

0

64.6

0.7

0

 

BALASORE

32

37

36

38

29

35

35

26

27

27

27

24

26

23

0

0

0.2

0.1

13.4

0

13.7

 

Agroadvisory for AMFU:- KEONJHAR

 

MAYURBHANJ KEONJHAR

AGROADVISORY

Due to forecast of light rain in the coming week, the farmers are advised to shift their agriculture produce in the safe place. Harvest the matured crops and shift to safe place immediately. According to the Extended Range Forecasting System, the rainfall for the month of June will be above normal, so the farmers are advised to take quick steps for kharif crop cultivation. Deep ploughing of field after harvest of rabi crops is advised so that the eggs and pupating stages of insects and weed seeds get exposed to sun and gets destroyed. The store house should be cleaned and crevices and cracks should be repaired and whitewashed for proper storage of grain. Deep Ploughing: After harvest of rabi crops, deep ploughing by mould board plough is advised which helps in good soil inversion which exposes the eggs and pupa of insects to the scorching sun also helps in soil solarization. The green manure crop like dhanicha is sown after the harvest of rabi crops.

RICE:  Drain out excess water if present in the field. The dry seeding of rice has been hampered due to onset of monsoon. Grow extra early rice varieties like Heera, Kalinga 3 in uplands, otherwise in case of non-availability of above varieties Khandagiri, Pathara and Parijat may be grown. Dont go for the varieties of more than 3 months duration to avoid early withdrawal of monsoon.

TRANSPLANTED RICE:   In dry nurseries drain out excess water.  As the rain has been reduced, the weed problems is going to be severe. At 10 days of germination of seeds, apply Pyrazosulfuron ethyl@20 g a.i. /ha (Sathi 10%WP) to control weeds effectively. After cessation of rain, wet nursery should be taken up. For wet nursery, land should be puddled and properly leveled. Sprouted seeds should be sown @ 25 Kg/acre.

Wait for sowing of non-paddy crops in the upland till no rainfall.

MAIZE: The weather is optimum or sowing of maize for green cob purpose under irrigated condition Grow high yielding varieties like Navjot, Shakti, Decan-107, Decan-109, may be collected Govt. Sales Centre available at Block level. Use 6 kg seeds/acre. Apply one third of N and all P & K of the recommended dose of 50:24:24 kg NPK/acre. Sow the seeds in lines with spacing of 45-60X20 cm at 5 cm soil depth.

ARHAR : Now the weather is optimum for sowing of arhar. Grow High Yielding varieties suitable for Orissa climate

such as Early-duration- Prabhat, Upas-120, ICPL-86012, Medium duration- Asha, Visakha, Use 8-10 kg/acre Before

sowing seeds are to be treated with 2 g Bavistin/kg seeds. Treat the seeds with the Rhizobium culture @ 200 g culture/8-10 kg. Apply 8:16 kg NP/acre during final land preparation under rainfed condition and apply 50% more to irrigated crop. Sow the seeds in line 45-60 cm apart depending upon the duration with 15 20 cm plant to plant distance

GROUNDNUT:  The weather is optimum for for sowing of groundnut Grow High yielding varieties Ak-12-24 for direct

eating as nuts and Smruti for oil. Use 40 kg shelled kernel/acre (60 kg unshelled nuts). Before sowing seeds are to be

treated with 2 g Bavistin/kg Treat the seeds with the Rhizobium culture @ 600 g culture/acre 7 days after fungicidal

treatment. Apply 8:16:16 kg NPK/acre during final land preparation as basal. Phosphorous should be applied in form of SSP other wise apply 75-100 kg Gypsum/acre along with the basal. Sow the seeds in line 30 cm apart with 10 cm plant to plant distance

RAGI : The weather is optimum for ragi sowing. Grow high yielding varieties like Divyasingh, AKP-2, AKP-3, AKP-

7, Godavari, Neelachal, Bhairavi, Shubhra, and Chilika. Use 2 to 2.5 kg seeds /acre for transplanting. Before sowing treat the seeds with 3 g Thiram or 1 g Trycychlozole per kg. Seeds. Apply 10 g each of Nitrogen and Phophorous per sq. metre of nursery bed and mix it thoroughly. Sow the seeds uniformly over the beds and cover the seeds thinly with powdered soil.

FODDER CULTIVATION: Grow cow pea and rice bean by this week as fodder crop. Use 20 kg. of seeds for either

crop. Sow the seeds in lines (behind the plough) Before sowing seeds are to be treated with 2 g Bavistin/kg seeds. Treat the seeds with the Rhizobium culture and PSM culture @ 20/ kg seeds

VEGETABLES: Drain out excess water from the vegetable fields to prevent damping off disease. One can grow vegetables in uplands like Ladys finger, Cowpea, Cluster bean, Brinjal, Tomato and chillies.

FRUIT CROPS: Climate of the district is favourable for commercial cultivation of fruit crops, For planting of fruit crops

in July and August, go for digging of pits to effect solarisation of pits. For mango citrus,guava, Jackfruit and litchi, make the pits of size of 1x1x1 metre; for banana and papaya size 0.5x0.5 m and for

pineapple make trenches of 30 cm wide and 15 cm deep of any convenient length. Pits should be dug out at a spacing as

follows. Mango and jack fruit- 10X10 m, Guava- 6X6 m, Banana-2.4X2.4 m ,Papaya- 3X3 m. 

Mango- Banganpalli, Totapuri, Subarnnarekha, Nilam, Langrah, Dasheri, Amrapalli,

Banana- Kabuli, Robusta, Patakapura, Champa, Gaja bantala, Batisha bantala,

Guava- Allahabad Safed, Lucknow 49,Banarasi Seedless

Papaya- Kurg honeydew, Coimbatore-1& 2, Pusa Delicious, Pusa Majesty

Jackfruit- Kadua, Khajra and Singapore.

Mango- 1 year grafted plant ,

Banana- Healthy suckers of 300 to 400 g weight and Tissue culture plant,

Guava- Healthy grafted and layered plants,

Papaya- Seedlings

STORAGE OF EXCESS WATER: Construction of Field storage tanks for life saving irrigation and light rain. A technology for storing excess rainwater in refuges in medium/low land has been standardized by devoting 10% of the cultivable area. In the first step, the field bund is strengthened by raising the dyke height to 45 cm with provision of weir at 20 cm height for spilling over excess water to runoff collection tank (refuge). The refuge is constructed at the lower reach of the plot with top width 3.0 m, bottom width 2.0 m and depth 1.8 m. The length of the refuge is equal to the width of the plot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AMFU-RANITAL (3)

 

REALISED WEATHER RECORDED IN THE OBSERVATORIES DURING THE PERIOD:

17.06.2017

TO

23.06.2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAX TEMP (DEG C)

MIN TEMP (DEG C)

RAINFALL (MM)

 

DATES

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

 

BALASORE

32

37

36

38

29

35

35

26

27

27

27

24

26

23

0

0

0.2

0.1

13.4

0

13.7

 

CHANDBALI

32

36

37

38

31

35

35

27

28

28

28

25

26

27

0

0

1

0

2.8

0

0

 

CUTTACK

33

36

36

37

33

34

29

26

26

26

27

24

24

25

0

0

0

0

0

0

1.6

 

Agroadvisory for AMFU:- RANITAL

 

JAJPUR

Agromet advisory

General Advisory:

    In direct seeded rice and early sown rice nurseries, due to erratic rain weed infestation is now a major problem. To control the weeds at two to three leaf stage, spray Bispyribac sodium@20g a.i. ha-1 in 500 litres of water.

   As moderate rain is expected, go for wet rice nursery in medium lands where irrigation facility is available.

Kharif transplanted

rice

v  Go for staggered community nursery to cope with erratic rainfall.

FOR WET NURSERY

v  For preparation of wet nursery bed, puddle the land thoroughly; apply 8-10q FYM, 12kg SSP and 2kg MOP in 10 cent nursery area during final land preparation.

v  Beds of 1.25-1.5m width, 10 cm height and convenient length should be prepared. A drain of 30 cm width should be kept between 2 beds.

v  To remove chaffy seeds, put the seeds in saline water prepared with 165g salt per litre of water, then wash it thoroughly and soak in water for 24 hours. Remove the seeds and keep on the floor by covering with wet gunny bags.

v  Sow the sprouted seeds in line drawn 5cm apart in the nursery bed @ 20Kg/acre.

v  Sprouted seeds can be also broadcasted @40-60g/m2.

v  Drain out excess water from the nursery beds if there is heavy rain.

Jute

    Apply 1/3 rd N (32kg Urea) after 1st weeding and thinning.

Sugarcane

          Wrapping and propping should be done when the crop becomes 4-5 months old in medium and late duration varieties.

Coconut

  As rain is expected with the onset of monsoon, it is the right time for weeding and cleaning of the base of plants now. Apply 1 kg Urea, 2 kg SSP and 2 kg MOP alongwith 5 kg Neem cake per plant by making a ring around the plant.

Vegetables

   As rain is expected, postpone spraying and irrigation

Pisciculture

After complete eradication of aquatic weeds, weed fishes and cat fishes from the pond, apply 100 kg of lime in the pond water

 

BALASORE

Agromet advisory

General Advisory:

    In direct seeded rice and early sown rice nurseries, due to erratic rain weed infestation is now a major problem. To control the weeds at two to three leaf stage, spray Bispyribac sodium@20g a.i. ha-1 in 500 litres of water.

    As moderate rain is expected, go for wet rice nursery in medium lands where irrigation facility is available.

    Where there is no stagnant water particularly in up-medium land, go for dry nursery wherever feasible.

Kharif transplanted

rice

v  Go for staggered community nursery to cope with erratic rainfall.

FOR DRY NURSERY

v  As rain is expected, nursery raising should be done in rainfed areas. About 10 decimal nursery area will be required to plant one acre land.

v  The nursery area should be thoroughly ploughed & weeded. Beds of 6 height, 3 width and convenient length should be prepared. A drain of 1 width should be kept between two beds.

v  Apply 8-10 q FYM, 12 kg SSP & 2 kg MOP in 10 decimal nursery area. 20 kg seeds per acre should be sown in the lines in the nursery.

v  Before sowing treat the seeds with Carbendazim@2g or Carboxin+Thiram@1.5g/Kg of seed.

FOR WET NURSERY

v  For preparation of wet nursery bed, puddle the land thoroughly; apply 8-10q FYM, 12kg SSP and 2kg MOP in 10 cent nursery area during final land preparation.

v  Beds of 1.25-1.5m width, 10 cm height and convenient length should be prepared. A drain of 30 cm width should be kept between 2 beds.

v  To remove chaffy seeds, put the seeds in saline water prepared with 165g salt per litre of water, then wash it thoroughly and soak in water for 24 hours. Remove the seeds and keep on the floor by covering with wet gunny bags.

v  Sow the sprouted seeds in line drawn 5cm apart in the nursery bed @ 20Kg/acre.

v  Sprouted seeds can be also broadcasted @40-60g/m2.

v  Drain out excess water from the nursery beds if there is heavy rain.

Sugarcane

 

          Wrapping and propping should be done when the crop becomes 4-5 months old in medium and late duration varieties.

          Early shoot borer - Spray Chloropyriphos or Quinalphos @ 400 ml/ac in 200 lts of water.

          Red rot - Avoid ratooning in red rot affected area, spray the crop with Mancozeb 0.3% (3gm/litre) or Carbendazim 0.1% at 15 days interval.

Jute

    As moderate rain is expected, apply 1/3 rd N (32kg Urea) after 1st weeding and thinning.

Coconut

  As rain is expected with the onset of monsoon, it is the right time for weeding and cleaning of the base of plants now. Apply 1 kg Urea, 2 kg SSP and 2 kg MOP alongwith 5 kg Neem cake per plant by making a ring around the plant.

Vegetables

   As rain is expected, postpone spraying and irrigation after Saturday.

   Fruit borer in Okra- Spray Carbaryl dust @ 4 gm or Caldan 2 gm/litre of water after cessation of rain.

Fruit fly in pumpkin- Poison bait may be prepared with 200 gm Jaggery + 20 ml Malathion dissolved in 20 liters of water and kept at different places in the field.

Fruit borer in Brinjal - Alternate spray of Diflubenzuron @37.5g and Cartap hydrochloride @100g per acre in 200 litre of water or Spintor@3.5ml in 15 litre (Spinosad) of water.

Pisciculture

After complete eradication of aquatic weeds, weed fishes and cat fishes from the pond, apply 100 kg of lime in the pond water

 

BHADRAK

Agromet advisory

General Advisory:

    In direct seeded rice and early sown rice nurseries, due to erratic rain weed infestation is now a major problem. To control the weeds at two to three leaf stage, spray Bispyribac sodium@20g a.i. ha-1 in 500 litres of water.

    As moderate rain is expected, go for wet rice nursery in medium lands where irrigation facility is available.

    Where there is no stagnant water particularly in up-medium land, go for dry nursery wherever feasible.

Kharif transplantedrice

v  Go for staggered community nursery to cope with erratic rainfall.

FOR DRY NURSERY

v  As rain is expected, nursery raising should be started in rainfed areas. About 10 decimal nursery area will be required to plant one acre land.

v  The nursery area should be thoroughly ploughed & weeded. Beds of 6 height, 3 width and convenient length should be prepared. A drain of 1 width should be kept between two beds.

v  Apply 8-10 q FYM, 12 kg SSP & 2 kg MOP in 10 decimal nursery area. 20 kg seeds per acre should be sown in the lines in the nursery.

v  Before sowing treat the seeds with Carbendazim@2g or Carboxin+Thiram@1.5g/Kg of seed.

FOR WET NURSERY

v  For preparation of wet nursery bed, puddle the land thoroughly; apply 8-10q FYM, 12kg SSP and 2kg MOP in 10 cent nursery area during final land preparation.

v  Beds of 1.25-1.5m width, 10 cm height and convenient length should be prepared. A drain of 30 cm width should be kept between 2 beds.

v  To remove chaffy seeds, put the seeds in saline water prepared with 165g salt per litre of water, then wash it thoroughly and soak in water for 24 hours. Remove the seeds and keep on the floor by covering with wet gunny bags.

v  Sow the sprouted seeds in line drawn 5cm apart in the nursery bed @ 20Kg/acre.

v  Sprouted seeds can be also broadcasted @40-60g/m2.

v  Drain out excess water from the nursery beds if there is heavy rain.

Jute

    As moderate rain is expected, apply 1/3 rd N (32kg Urea) after 1st weeding and thinning.

Vegetables

    As rain is expected, postpone spraying and irrigation

 

Coconut

    As rain is expected with the onset of monsoon, it is the right time for weeding and cleaning of the base of plants now. Apply 1 kg Urea, 2 kg SSP and 2 kg MOP alongwith 5 kg Neem cake per plant by making a ring around the plant.

Pisciculture

    After complete eradication of aquatic weeds, weed fishes and cat fishes from the pond, apply 100 kg of lime in the pond water

 

 

 

 

AMFU-BHUBANESWAR (4)

 

REALISED WEATHER RECORDED IN THE OBSERVATORIES DURING THE PERIOD:

17.06.2017

TO

23.06.2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAX TEMP (DEG C)

MIN TEMP (DEG C)

RAINFALL (MM)

 

DATES

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

 

CUTTACK

33

36

36

37

33

34

29

26

26

26

27

24

24

25

0

0

0

0

0

0

1.6

 

PARADIP

31

33

32

33

31

32

33

29

29

29

29

25

25

28

0

0

0

0

17

5.4

0

 

BHUBNESWAR

34

36

37

38

36

35

29

27

28

27

29

25

24

27

0

0

0

0.2

0

13.2

Tr

 

GOPALPUR

32

32

33

32

32

32

32

27

27

28

28

23

24

27

0

0

0

0

84.1

11.2

0

 

PURI

33

34

35

35

34

34

32

28

28

28

29

24

25

27

0

0

0

0

26

1

0

 

Agroadvisory for AMFU:- BHUBANESWAR

 

CUTTACK, KENDRAPARA, JAGATSINGHPUR, KHURDA, PURI, NAYAGARH, GANJAM

Agro advisory not received

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AMFU-G.UDAIGIRI (5)

 

REALISED WEATHER RECORDED IN THE OBSERVATORIES DURING THE PERIOD:

17.06.2017

TO

23.06.2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAX TEMP (DEG C)

MIN TEMP (DEG C)

RAINFALL (MM)

 

DATES

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

 

GOPALPUR

32

32

33

32

32

32

32

27

27

28

28

23

24

27

0

0

0

0

84.1

11.2

0

 

KORAPUT

27

31

30

27

30

37

28

21

23

21

22

20

19

20

0

0

7.4

0

11.4

22

0

 

PHULBANI

31

35

37

32

37

35

29

24

24

23

25

22

20

22

0

0

3

0

13

47

1

 

DARINGBADI

29

31

33

30

31

31

29

21

22

21

21

20

20

20

0

0

0

0

2

3

0

 

Agroadvisory for AMFU:- G.UDAIGIRI

 

PHULBANI, GANJAM,GAJAPATI,RAYAGADA

Agromet Advisory not received

 

 

 

 

AMFU-SEMILIGUDA (6)

 

REALISED WEATHER RECORDED IN THE OBSERVATORIES DURING THE PERIOD:

17.06.2017

TO

23.06.2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAX TEMP (DEG C)

MIN TEMP (DEG C)

RAINFALL (MM)

 

DATES

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

 

KORAPUT

27

31

30

27