Maize Production Technologies in India
Zea mays (Maize) is one of the emerging crops under agro-climatic conditions.
Called as Queen of Cereals
Maize is the third most important crops after wheat and rice
Used for various purpose includes grain, fodder, sweet corn, baby corn, pop corn in peri-urban areas.
Maize is hybrid and general crop responsive to nutrients through organic or inorganic sources.
Crop Stages :
Basal at sowing-20% Nitrogen rate
V4 four leaf stage-25 % Nitrogen rate
V8 eight leaf stage-30 % Nitrogen rate
VT tasseling stage-20 % Nitrogen rate
GF grain filling stage-5% Nitrogen rate
The Indian environment is suitable for growing maize.
India is one of the largest producers of maize in the world. Balamurugan Traders is one of the upcoming maize export from India.
Soil with excellent organic and natural make a difference content getting excessive mineral water having potential with neutral
pH are viewed as perfect for greater efficiency.
Time of Sowing:
Maize may be expanded in all of the seasons.
Time of Sowing
Kharif Season – Last week of June
Rabi Season – Last Week of October
Spring Season – First week of February
Sowing methods for achieving more yield:
Raised Bed Planting
Conventional till flat planting
Maize + Gladiolus
Maize + Cauliflower
Maize + Cotton
Maize + Pigeon pea
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