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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES

INDIA METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

METEOROLOGICAL CENTRE, BHUBANESWAR

 

 

 

COMPOSITE
AGROMETEOROLOGICAL ADVISORY BULLETIN

 

for

 

ODISHA

 

 

NO. 195/ 2018

Issued on : 11st December, 2018 (Tuesday)

Forecast period : 11.12.2018 16.12.2018

 

 

 

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:

05.12.2018

TO

11.12.2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAX TEMP (DEG C)

MIN TEMP (DEG C)

RAINFALL (MM)

 

DATES

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

 

JHARSUGUDA

29

29

29

2

28

29

29

14

13

13

12

11

13

16

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.5

 

SAMBALPUR

29

29

29

29

29

29

29

14

14

14

13

13

15

15

0

0

0

0

0

0

3.6

 

SUNDERGARH

28

28

29

28

27

27

27

13

11

12

11

10

10

10

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

 

Agroadvisory for AMFU:- KIREI

 

JHARSUGDA

SAMBALPUR

SUNDARGARH

DEOGARH

 

 

Agromet Advisory:

According to the SPI map, mild dry is observed. So farmers are advised to provide irrigations at critical stages of crop growth. Also according to NDVI the crop vigour is moderate. So normal crop cultural practices are to be followed.

Transplanted Paddy: Dough stage to maturity stage.

1.In early paddy when 85% of panicle turns yellow, than go for harvesting and dry it under sun for 3-4 days for proper moisture content.

Rabi Paddy: Nursery Raising

1.        Complete nursery raising by the end of this month selecting short and medium duration paddy varieties.

2.        Use pre germinated seeds in wet nursery.

3.        For 10 decimal nursery apply 40 cartoons well rotten FYM, 12 kg SSP and 2 kg Potash

Wheat:

1.        Go for intercultivation at 21 DAS.

2.        Crown root initiation stage is critical for irrigation.

3.        At 21 DAS, apply 6-8 kg nitrogen per acre.

Toria:

1.         Thin out the excess plant population.

2.         Apply 1 kg sulfur dust mixed in 200 liters of water for managing powdery mildew.

Sunflower:

1.                 Thin out excess population keeping the healthy seedlings.

2.                 At 21 DAS, apply 6 kg nitrogen /ac in hybrid sunflower cultivation.

Pyra crop:

1.         Sow mung, blackgram, Peas before 15 days of harvesting the paddy crop under residual moisture condition. Good varieties are Samrat, TARM 1, PU 19, PU 30. The seed rate is 15- 25% more than the normal sown crop.

2.         Spray 2% DAP at 30 days paira crop of Pea.

Vegetable: This is right time for nursery raising of Radish, Cauliflower and tomato. The nursery should be a raised in bed type to avoid water stagnation due to unseasonal rain. If the seedlings are 4-5 leaf stage than transplant in main field.

Onion:

1.         If the seedlings are 12-15cm height, than go for uprooting in afternoon and transplant in the main field.

Potato:

At 20-25 DAS, apply 12 kg nitrogen/ac as first top dress.

Livestock:. Cover the animal shed to protect from cold.Provide sufficient clean drinking water to animals. Contact departmental personnel for vaccination.

Pisciculture: Provide feed @ 2-3 % of body mass of fish. Go for false netting to get good growth of fish. To correct acidity, apply 100 kg lime and cifax 500 ml per acre meter of water.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AMFU-KEONJHAR (2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REALISED WEATHER RECORDED IN THE OBSERVATORIES DURING THE PERIOD:

05.12.2018

TO

11.12.2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAX TEMP (DEG C)

MIN TEMP (DEG C)

RAINFALL (MM)

 

DATES

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

 

BARIPADA

27

27

27

26

25

26

27

14

16

15

12

12

11

13

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

KEONJHAR

26

26

27

26

25

25

26

12

13

12

11

9

10

13

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

BALASORE

29

29

28

29

27

28

28

13

18

14

13

12

11

13

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Agroadvisory for AMFU:- KEONJHAR

 

MAYURBHANJ

&

KEONJHAR

Agromet Advisory Keonjhar

Paddy:

  Harvest the crop when 85 % spikelet in the panicle turns grey or golden grey in colour .Sun dry for 2-4 days or till 12% moisture in the grain. Clean the store room and keep the grain in dry places.

  Make alleys, open bunds and create channel in maturing paddy crop to drain out water for ease in harvesting.

Wheat: 

  Sow wheat crop as quick as possible. Prepare the land, Collect good varieties like Kalyansona, Sonalika and UP 262 @ 150 kg/ha.

  Sow the seeds at a spacing of 15x10 cm.

  Apply fertilizer @ 60-30-30 NPK per hectare.

  Treat the seeds with Vitavax power @ 1.5 gm /Kg of seed.

  Apply half of N and full P2O5 and K2O at the time of sowing. Rest half of N at 3weeks of sowing.

Pulses-

  Present weather conditions are favorable for sowing of Gram and Pea. Hence, farmers are advised to sow as Paira or sole depending upon moisture status of the soil. Before sowing, seeds should be treated with fungicide followed by Rhizobium culture @ 20g/kg seed to enhance nodulation. For Paira crop, sow the seeds 15 days before harvesting of paddy and use 1.5 times more than the normal seed rate.

Oilseeds

Mustard & Linseed:

Taking the advantage of available soil moisture due to recent rain, land preparation and sowing of the crop should be started to get optimum yield.

Suitable varieties: Toria- Anuradha, Parbati, Sushree, Indian mustard-  Mahyco bold, JD 6

Linseed: - Arpita, Kartika, Indira Alsi-32,Padmini, Mayurbhanja local.

Seed rate-Mustard: 8-10 Kg/ha Spacing- 30 cm X 10 cm.Linseed-25 kg/ha ,Spacing- 25cmX5 cm

Fertilizer dose: Toria @60:30:30 N-P2O5-K2O Kg/ha Mustard @ 80:40:40 N-P2O5-K2O Kg/ha.Apply 50%N and all P2O5 and K2O fertilizers should be applied as basal. Linseed @ 40:20:20 N-P2O5-K2O Kg/ha as basal.

ONION:

Grow HYV like Nasik Red, Patna Red, Pune Red, Bellary Red, Pusa Ratnar, Pusa Madhavi, Arka Niketan , Arka Pragati, Agrifound light red, Agrifound dark, Punjab Selection, Patna white, Bombay white, Pusa white round etc.

Use 4 kg seeds/acre.200 m2 is sufficient for nursery for one acre planting. Lay out 3 mt long 2 mt wide of 15 cm raised beds. Maintain 70 cm between two beds for easy intercultural operation and watering.

Apply 1 ton FYM and 10 kg complex fertilizer of 15:15:15 kg NPK 7 days before sowing. Mix the fertilizer thoroughly. Treat the beds with 4 g Thiram per beds.

Sow the seeds at 5-7 cm apart with 1-2 cm soil depth. Cover the seeds with dried soil or dried powdered cowdung and press a little followed by straw cover of beds.

Sprinkle water to the beds. Thatch roof may be made to protect the seedlings from sun as well as from rain.

After emergence remove the straw slowly without affecting the seedlings. Spray 2g Bavistin or Thiram in 1 litre water at 15 days interval to avoid nursery insects and irrigate the beds as per the needs.

Groundnut:

  Now it is optimum time for sowing of groundnut. Go for land preparation .

  Grow high yielding varieties like Smruti, TAG-27, TAG 24 and JL-24 . Use 60 kg pods /acre. Treat the seeds with 1.5 g Carbendazim or 3 g Thiram/kg of seeds one week before sowing. Use PSB culture and Rhizobium culture one week after fungicidal treatment i.e. on the sowing day.

  Apply 2 ton FYM along with 8:16:8 kg NPK per acre as basal. Sow the seeds 10 cm apart maintaining a row spacing of 25cm.

  In collar rot affected area, spray Thiophanatemethy @ 1.5 g. /l water

Vegetables:

The recent rain and cloudy weather with high humidity may aggravate witling in early planted vegetable crops. Spray Streptocycline@1.5g alongwith Copperoxychloride@25g per 10 litre of water.

As no rainfall is expected, it is the ideal time for growing Tomato, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Knol Khol, Broccoli, radish, etc. by taking the advantage of recent rain.

  Suitable varieties: Tomato:Utkal Kumari, Utkal Urbashi, Utkal Pragyan Brinjal: Utkal madhuri,

Utkal Kesari, Green round, Black round, Blue star.Chilli: Utkal Rashmi, Utkal Ava

  To control Fruit and shoot borer in Brinjal Spray Neem based pesticide1500ppm@600ml/acre at initial stages. Later on go for alternate spray of Spinosad 45%SC@70ml/acre and Thiodicarb@250g/acre at 15 days interval.

GREENS:

  November to March is suitable for greens sowing . Greens are of two types- White or Red.

  Use 3 kg seeds/acre Layout 5 ft long beds of 4 ft wide with bunds.

  Pulverise the beds, remove the weeds and apply 1to 2 baskets of FYM/ bed.because of small size seeds, mix some coarse sands with the seeds for easy and uniform sowing

  After sowing cover the seeds with thin layer of soil and cover it with straw followed by light irrigation. Remove the straw after emergence.

Animal Husbandry:

  Clean the shed and deworm the animals.

  Animals should be given mineral mixture along with salt regularly and wheat grains, jaggery etc. may be provided @ 10%-20% in the daily ration during winter season to meet the energy requirement of the animals

  10% extra dry matter should be provided over and above the total requirement to fulfill the extra energy requirement in winter.

Pisciculture:

As the winter is in the starting phase, there is a possibility of EUS disease in fish. Farmers are advised to apply Cifax @ 400 ml mixed with 40 litre of water in one acre pond area as a preventive measure.The fishes should be fed daily with oil cake bran mixture at the rate of 2-3 % of their total biomass.

Agromet Advisory Mayurbhanj

Paddy: Upland: Harvest the paddy when 85 % spikelet in the panicle turns grey or golden grey in colour .Sun dry for 2-4 days or till 12 % moisture in the grain. Clean the store room and keep the grain in dry places.

Paira Crop/Relay cropping: Basing on the soil moisture status in medium land the weed free land be selected for different rabi crops. The rabi crops like Chickpea, Field pea, Lathyrus, Linseed can be sown before the harvesting of rice and the expected harvesting date of rice should not exceed more than 15 days of sowing the relay crop and the seed rate should be 1.5 times more than the normal seed rate.

Rabi groundnut : Now it is optimum time for sowing of groundnut. Go for land preparation . Grow high yielding varieties like Smruti, TAG-27, TAG 24 and JL-24 . Use 60 kg pods /acre. Treat the seeds with 1.5 g Carbendazim or 3 g Thiram/kg of seeds one week before sowing. Use PSB culture and Rhizobium culture one week after fungicidal treatment i.e. on the sowing day. Apply 2 ton FYM along with 8:16:8 kg NPK per acre as basal. Sow the seeds 10 cm apart maintaining a row spacing of 30cm.

Rainfed mustard -Now it is optimum sowing time of mustard under rainfed condition.. Grow high yielding varieties like Parbhati, Anuradha, TS-29 & M-27. Use 3 to 4 kg seeds/acre. Before sowing treat the seeds with 1.5 g Carbendazim or 3 g Thiram/kg of seeds. Use 200 g PSB culture per acre one week after fungicidal treatment. Apply 2 ton FYM along with 16.:8:8 kg NPK per acre before sowing. Sow the seeds 10 cm apart maintaining a row spacing of 30cm

Pulses-Present weather conditions are favourable for proper germination of Linseed ,Gram and Pea. Hence, farmers are advised to sow as Paira or sole depending upon moisture status of the soil. Before sowing, seeds should be treated with fungicide followed by Rhizobium culture @ 20g/kg seed to enhance nodulation.

ONION: Now it is optimum time for nursery raising of onion.Grow HYV like Nasik Red, Patna Red, Pune Red, Bellary Red, Pusa Ratnar, Pusa Madhavi, Arka Niketan , Arka Pragati, Agrifound light red, Agrifound dark, Punjab Selection, Patna white, Bombay white, Pusa white round etc.Use 4 kg seeds/acre.200 m2 is sufficient for nursery for one acre planting. Lay out 3 mt long 2 mt wide of 15 cm raised beds. Maintain 70 cm between two beds for easy intercultural operation and watering.Apply 1 ton FYM and 10 kg complex fertilizer of 15:15:15 kg NPK 7 days before sowing. Mix the fertilizer thoroughly. Treat the beds with 4 g Thiram per beds. Sow the seeds at 5-7 cm apart with 1-2 cm soil depth. Cover the seeds with dried soil or dried powdered cowdung and press a little followed by straw cover of beds. Sprinkle water to the beds. Thatch roof may be made to protect the seedlings from sun as well as from rain. After emergence remove the straw slowly without affecting the seedlings. Spray 2g Bavistin or Thiram in 1 litre water at 15 days interval to avoid nursery insects and irrigate the beds as per the needs.

Vegetables: In well-drained soil, nursery raising of Tomato, Brinjal,Cabbage and Cauliflower may be done. Epilachna beetle in okra, brinjal and cucurbitaceous crop: Spray Sevin WP @ 4 gm/lit of water. To control the Sucking pests like Aphid & white fly spray Imidacloprid @ 2ml/10 lit of water. Damping off of seedlings in brinjal, tomato ,chilli and other vegetables spray Cpatan @ 2 g./l and cover the nursery. For controlling wilt spray streptocycline (1 g/10 litre water). Drenching with Metalaxyl (0.2%) or carbendazim (0.2%) in case of fungal wilt or with streptocycline or plantomycin (0.1%) plus Copper oxychloride.

GREENS: November to March is suitable for greens sowing . Greens are of two types- White or Red. Use 3 kg seeds/acre Layout 5 ft long beds of 4 ft wide with bunds. Pulverise the beds, remove the weeds and apply 1to 2 baskets of FYM/ bed. Because of small size seeds, mix some coarse sands with the seeds for easy and uniform sowing After sowing cover the seeds with thin layer of soil and cover it with straw followed by light irrigation. Remove the straw after emergence.

Animal Husbandry- Clean the shed and deworm the animals.Animals should be given mineral mixture along with salt regularly and wheat grains, jaggery etc. may be provided @ 10%-20% in the daily ration during winter season to meet the energy requirement of the animals.10% extra dry matter should be provided over and above the total requirement to fulfill the extra energy requirement in winter.

Pisciculture: According to the acidity, apply lime @ 250-500 Kg/Ha. Administer the feeding in sunny days. Agitate water for better growth of fish. Provide false netting for better growth of fish.

 

 

AMFU-RANITAL (3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REALISED WEATHER RECORDED IN THE OBSERVATORIES DURING THE PERIOD:

05.12.2018

TO

11.12.2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAX TEMP (DEG C)

MIN TEMP (DEG C)

RAINFALL (MM)

 

DATES

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

 

BALASORE

29

29

28

29

27

28

28

13

18

14

13

12

11

13

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

CHANDBALI

28

28

27

28

26

27

27

16

18

16

16

14

14

15

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

CUTTACK

29

29

27

2

27

28

28

14

17

15

16

14

13

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Agroadvisory for AMFU:- RANITAL

 

JAJPUR

Agromet advisory

Kharif rice

Transplanted rice: Maturing stage

v  As partly cloudy sky is predicted, adequate precautions should be taken during harvesting.

Groundnut

Utilizing stored soil moisture, land preparation should be continued in uplands.

During final ploughing, apply 250 kg Gypsum/ha and cover the soil.

    Suitable varieties: Smruti, JL-24, Devi

    Seed rate- 125 Kg/ha with spacing 25X10 cm

    Treat the seeds with Vitavax power @2g/kg of seed and after 7 days seed treatment should be done with Rhizobium culture @40g/Kg seed, PSM@40g/Kg seed and Ammonium molybdate @3g/10 Kg seed.

    Apply all fertilizes as basal i.e. DAP-1.0 q, MOP- 67 Kg and Borax- 10 Kg per hectare

    Spray weedicide Trifluralin@1.2litre/ha as pre planting incorporation or spray Pendimithalin @2.5 litre/ha, one day after sowing and irrigation should not be done thereafter for a week.

Rapeseed and Mustard

v  Current weather is favourable for carrying out thinning operation of mustard.

v  Thinning should be done at 15-20 days after sowing and maintain plant to plant distance of 8-10cm.

Vegetables

v  The weather is suitable for application of fertilizer to rabi vegetables which are at 3 to 4 weeks stage.

v  After weeding, apply 44 kg urea per acre in Tomato & Cauliflower while 52kg urea in Cabbage at 15 to 20 days after planting.

v  Fruit and shoot borer in Brinjal- Spray Neem based pesticide 1500ppm@600ml/acre at initial stages. Later on go for alternate spray of Spinosad 45%SC@70ml/acre and Thiodicarb@300g/acre at 15 days interval.

v  Fruit borer in Okra- Spray Neem based pesticide 1500ppm @600ml/acre. At later stages spray of Spinosad 45%SC@70ml/acre.

v  To control the sucking pests like aphid & white fly, spray Imidacloprid @ 5ml/10 lit of water.

Marigold

v Seedlings should be planted at 30 x 30 cm spacing and fertilizer @ 40:80:80 kg N-P2O5-K2O per acre should be applied at the time of land preparation

Pisciculture

 

          As low temperature is expected to continue, feed intake of fishes is likely to decline. So, use 3ml Vitapet oil per Kg of artificial feed as feed attractant to increase feeding rate.

          EUS disease To prevent the EUS disease in fish during winter apply Cifax @ 400 ml or Aquaneem per a pond of 1 acre and 1 meter depth of water.

          The fishes should be fed daily with oil cake bran mixture at the rate of 2-3 % of their total biomass.

Animal science

  If the animals have not yet been vaccinated against FMD, Haemorrhagic Septicaemia, Black Quarter, Enterotoxemia etc., this must be done.

  Due care should be taken to store/procure fodder for periods of shortage that may occur during the winter months in certain areas. Perennial grasses must be cut at this time.

  Animals should be given mineral mixture along with salt regularly and wheat grains, jaggery etc. may be provided @ 10%-20% in the daily ration during winter season to meet the energy requirement of the animals.

  10% extra dry matter should be provided over and above the total requirement to fulfill the extra energy requirement in winter

 

BALASORE

Agromet advisory

Kharif rice

Transplanted rice: Maturing stage

v  As partly cloudy sky is predicted, adequate precautions should be taken during harvesting.

Groundnut

Utilizing stored soil moisture, land preparation should be continued in uplands. During final ploughing, apply 250 kg Gypsum/ha and cover the soil.

    Suitable varieties: Smruti, JL-24, Devi

    Seed rate- 125 Kg/ha with spacing 25X10 cm

    Treat the seeds with Vitavax power @2g/kg of seed and after 7 days seed treatment should be done with Rhizobium culture @40g/Kg seed, PSM@40g/Kg seed and Ammonium molybdate @3g/10 Kg seed.

    Apply all fertilizes as basal i.e. DAP-1.0 q, MOP- 67 Kg and Borax- 10 Kg per hectare

    Spray weedicide Trifluralin@1.2litre/ha as pre planting incorporation or spray Pendimithalin @2.5 litre/ha, one day after sowing and irrigation should not be done thereafter for a week.

Rapeseed and Mustard

v  Current weather is favourable for carrying out thinning operation of mustard.

v  Thinning should be done at 15-20 days after sowing and maintain plant to plant distance of 8-10cm.

Vegetables

v  The weather is suitable for application of fertilizer to rabi vegetables which are at 3 to 4 weeks stage.

v  After weeding, apply 44 kg urea per acre in Tomato & Cauliflower while 52kg urea in Cabbage at 15 to 20 days after planting.

v  Fruit and shoot borer in Brinjal- Spray Neem based pesticide 1500ppm@600ml/acre at initial stages. Later on go for alternate spray of Spinosad 45%SC@70ml/acre and Thiodicarb@300g/acre at 15 days interval.

v  Fruit borer in Okra- Spray Neem based pesticide 1500ppm @600ml/acre. At later stages spray of Spinosad 45%SC@70ml/acre.

v  To control the sucking pests like aphid & white fly, spray Imidacloprid @ 5ml/10 lit of water.

Marigold

v Seedlings should be planted at 30 x 30 cm spacing and fertilizer @ 40:80:80 kg N-P2O5-K2O per acre should be applied at the time of land preparation

Pisciculture

 

          As low temperature is expected to continue, feed intake of fishes is likely to decline. So, use 3ml Vitapet oil per Kg of artificial feed as feed attractant to increase feeding rate.

          EUS disease To prevent the EUS disease in fish during winter apply Cifax @ 400 ml or Aquaneem per a pond of 1 acre and 1 meter depth of water.

          The fishes should be fed daily with oil cake bran mixture at the rate of 2-3 % of their total biomass.

Animal science

  If the animals have not yet been vaccinated against FMD, Haemorrhagic Septicaemia, Black Quarter, Enterotoxemia etc., this must be done.

  Due care should be taken to store/procure fodder for periods of shortage that may occur during the winter months in certain areas. Perennial grasses must be cut at this time.

  Animals should be given mineral mixture along with salt regularly and wheat grains, jaggery etc. may be provided @ 10%-20% in the daily ration during winter season to meet the energy requirement of the animals .

  10% extra dry matter should be provided over and above the total requirement to fulfill the extra energy requirement in winter.

 

BHADRAK

Agromet advisory

Kharif rice

Transplanted rice: Maturing stage

v  As partly cloudy sky is predicted, adequate precautions should be taken during harvesting.

Rapeseed and Mustard

v  Current weather is favourable for carrying out thinning operation of mustard.

v  Thinning should be done at 15-20 days after sowing and maintain plant to plant distance of 8-10cm.

Vegetables

v  The weather is suitable for application of fertilizer to rabi vegetables which are at 3 to 4 weeks stage.

v  After weeding, apply 44 kg urea per acre in Tomato & Cauliflower while 52kg urea in Cabbage at 15 to 20 days after planting.

v  Fruit and shoot borer in Brinjal- Spray Neem based pesticide 1500ppm@600ml/acre at initial stages. Later on go for alternate spray of Spinosad 45%SC@70ml/acre and Thiodicarb@300g/acre at 15 days interval.

v  Fruit borer in Okra- Spray Neem based pesticide 1500ppm @600ml/acre. At later stages spray of Spinosad 45%SC@70ml/acre.

v  To control the sucking pests like aphid & white fly, spray Imidacloprid @ 5ml/10 lit of water.

Marigold

v Seedlings should be planted at 30 x 30 cm spacing and fertilizer @ 40:80:80 kg N-P2O5-K2O per acre should be applied at the time of land preparation

Pisciculture

 

          As low temperature is expected to continue, feed intake of fishes is likely to decline. So, use 3ml Vitapet oil per Kg of artificial feed as feed attractant to increase feeding rate.

          EUS disease To prevent the EUS disease in fish during winter apply Cifax @ 400 ml or Aquaneem per a pond of 1 acre and 1 meter depth of water.

          The fishes should be fed daily with oil cake bran mixture at the rate of 2-3 % of their total biomass.

Animal science

  If the animals have not yet been vaccinated against FMD, Haemorrhagic Septicaemia, Black Quarter, Enterotoxemia etc., this must be done.

  Due care should be taken to store/procure fodder for periods of shortage that may occur during the winter months in certain areas. Perennial grasses must be cut at this time.

  Animals should be given mineral mixture along with salt regularly and wheat grains, jaggery etc. may be provided @ 10%-20% in the daily ration during winter season to meet the energy requirement of the animals .

  10% extra dry matter should be provided over and above the total requirement to fulfill the extra energy requirement in winter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AMFU-BHUBANESWAR (4)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REALISED WEATHER RECORDED IN THE OBSERVATORIES DURING THE PERIOD:

05.12.2018

TO

11.12.2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAX TEMP (DEG C)

MIN TEMP (DEG C)

RAINFALL (MM)

 

DATES

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

 

CUTTACK

29

29

27

2

27

28

28

14

17

15

16

14

13

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

PARADIP

29

29

28

28

27

28

28

17

19

17

18

16

15

17

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

BHUBNESWAR

30

30

29

30

29

29

29

16

18

16

17

15

14

15

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

GOPALPUR

29

29

30

30

29

30

29

19

21

19

19

19

18

18

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

PURI

29

29

29

29

28

28

28

19

20

19

19

18

17

18

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Agroadvisory for AMFU:- BHUBANESWAR

 

CUTTACK, GANJAM,

JAGATSINGPUR,

KENDRAPADA,

PURI, NAYAGARH & KHORDA

Agromet Advisory for Cuttack District

Not received

Agromet Advisory for Khorda District

Not received

Agromet Advisory for Nayagarh District

Not received

Agromet Advisory for Jagatsinghpur Districts

Not received

Agromet Advisory for Puri District

Not received

Agromet Advisory for Kendrapada District

Not received

Agromet Advisory for Ganjam District

Not received