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Success Story Of Organic Tomato Grower:

Success Story Of Organic Tomato Grower:



KVK Karda Distt. Washim (M.S.)

                Shri. Punjaji Narsuji Budner, is a marginal farmer of Nizampur village of Washim District. He is having 8 acre of cultivable land. He is growing Chilly, brinjal & tomato through out the year. We have selected this farmer for conducting on farm research.  Tomato is important vegetable crops of Washim district, farmers are growing this crop on commercial line. During the visit of farmers we have analysed the problem and decided treatment.  The package includes variety Bhagyashri, 75:50:50 Kg NPK per hectare, natural growth regulator spray for 6 times. The seed was sown during the month of May on raised beds. The raised bed was sprayed with mixture of cow urine and cow dung before sowing. Seedling Were transplanted during the month of June in the main field.

Natural Growth Regulator was used for spraying on tomato. The procedure for preparation of natural growth regulator is simple.  First take materials required  like cow dung 1kg, Gomutra 4kg, Crushed neem leaves 400gm, Jaggery 100gm.   Then all the above material was mixed well & stored in air tight container of capacity 10 to 15 lit. Allowed this mixture airtight up to 7 days. After 7 days lid of container was opened and mixed well. Then added  1 lit. of water and filtered the mixture. Natural growth  regulator of 5 lit, capacity was ready for spraying. 250 ml of this solution was mixed in 10 lt. Of water for spraying. Spraying was taken during morning and in the evening.

                Different spraying of NGR followed during various crop stages.

15 days after transplanting

30 days after transplanting

45 days after transplanting

60 days after transplanting

75 days after transplanting

135 days after transplanting

                The farmers has harvested 139.50 qt. In 0.20 Ha area. He has harvested 465 totals of crates of tomato fruits. The farmers has sold fruits in local market. He has got average Rs.275 (INR) per crates. He has got total income of Rs. 2 lacs (INR)during the year. Due to use of natural growth regulator, the incidence of pest and disease attack was very low during the growth period. Only neem based insecticides with endosulfan was used. The quality of the fruits, shape and size was very attractive. The farmers has got maximum price in Risod market.

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