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SUGARCANE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

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Points to Remember• Pakistan Average Yield 590 M.• Potential 1200 to 2000 M.• Sugarcane Cultivation area Increases in Rahimyar Khan

District.• More Sugar Mills.

• Cost High.• Yield Low .• Net Profit Very Low.

Farmer

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AGRAS INTERNATIONAL• 2000 to 2013• Field Services.• Quality & Quantity.• Commitment.• Technology & Range.• Minimum Cost.• High Production.

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Sugarcane Yield

• Seed Rate & Quality.

• Imbalance use of Fertilizers at Critical

Stages.

• Control of Borers.

• Weed Control.

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New Method of SowingRing Pit Method Advantages Zero Tillage Better Utilization of Fertilizer & Water. Healthy & more Ratoon Crop. Healthy Leaf Plant & Sugar Contents. Low Pest Infestation. High Yield & More Income. Production replaces Rate Issue. Weed Control. Lodging Reduces. Uniform Crop & Uniform Maturity.

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Pit P lant ing of Sugarcane Water saving & interval increases. Nutrient availability 100%. Good germination. Inter Cropping.

Pit Planting Advantages

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Pit Planting

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Pit Planting

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Pit Planting

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Seed Selection Se lect seed f rom Fresh c rop. Fresh & Ju icy Seed. Fung ic ide t reated. 2 eye budded Seed. Disease & Trash f ree Seed

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• Fipronil =12 KG • Sulpher = 3-6 Kg• Savant = 12 Kg• D.A.P = 1 Bag

At Sowing

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Fertilizer Requirement for Sugarcane

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Phosphorus Cycle

( F i x e d P o o l )

( A c ti v e P o o l )

( S o l u ti o n P o o l )

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Effect of Soi l PH on Avai labi l i ty of Phosphorus

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Weedicide• Guard Plus = 800 ML / Acre

• Halosulfofuron Methyl = 20 Gm / Acre

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45 Days after Sowing

• Crop Gold = 10 Kg

• Urea = 1 Bag

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70 Days after Sowing:-

• Kissan Taqatwar = 6 KG / Acre• Savant Plus = 10 Ltr / Acre• Urea = 1 Bag

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100 Days after Sowing

• Urea = 1 Bag /Acre• Fert Up = 10 Kg /Acre

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CROP GOLD (N10,P50,K10)+TERRACE ELLEMENTS

1. Low Ph -1.8 (Favorable for our Soils)

2. Acidic Base.3. 100% Soluble in Water.4. Available 100% to Plants.5. Can be used at Critical Stage of the

Crop.6. Moveable in Soil &Reaches to

Secondary &Tertiary Roots of the Plant.7. Plants uptake 100%.8. Micronutrients also added.9. Chealeted form Micronutrients in Crop

Gold.10. New Invention & Organic.

D A P( N - 1 8 % , P - 4 6 % )

1. High PH-7.5 (Not Favorable in our Soils).

2. Alkaline Base.3. Not Complete Soluble in Water.4. Only 12to18 available to Plants.5. Cannot be used at Critical Stage.6. Cannot move in Soil when we

broadcast in Crop.7. Plants uptake only 15 to 18% balance

fix in the Soil & not available to Plants.8. No micronutrient available in DAP.9. Nil.10. Conventional & inorganic.

BENEFITS OF CROP GOLD OVER CONVENTIONAL PHOSPHORUS SOURCE (DAP,NP,SSP)