3 edition of Recommended crop varieties of Sri Lanka found in the catalog.
Recommended crop varieties of Sri Lanka
by Sri Lanka Council for Agricultural Research Policy in Colombo
Written in English
Study moderated by National Committee on Plant Breeding and Biotechnology of the Sri Lanka Council for Agricultural Research Policy.
|Statement||compiled by Padmini C. Girihagama.|
|Contributions||Girihagama, Padmini C., Sri Lanka Council for Agricultural Research Policy. National Committee on Plant Breeding & Biotechnology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 62 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||2008331261|
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Cluster analysis revealed a strong overall similarity relationship among the varieties and land races in a range of 56 % (minimum) and 74 % (maximum) with an intermediate of 68 %.The findings in. We produce and process low-grown and high-grown varieties of Black Tea, Green Tea and Rubber. Kelani Valley Plantations PLC (KVPL) and Talawakelle Tea Estates PLC (TTE), collectively account for 4% and 5% of Sri Lanka’s tea and rubber production, respectively. Explore Companies in sector.
In Sri Lanka, bananas are the most prominently cultivated fruit. It has been estimated that as much as 55% of fruit cultivation – in terms of land area – is used for bananas. Banana productivity in Sri Lanka is around 13 MT per hectare, a poor yield compared to the rest of the world. The Tea Research Institute (TRI), since its inception in , has been the only national body in Sri Lanka for generating and disseminating new technologies related to tea cultivation and processing. The TRI has always been the driving force behind the numerous successes achieved towards development of the Sri Lankan tea industry over the years.
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Recommended Varieties There is only one recommended variety 'LY58' available for cultivation. However, there are few farmer Recommended crop varieties of Sri Lanka book varieties that have better consumer acceptance than the Recommended varieties.
Field Establishment Planting Spacing I m x 1 m seeds per planting hole Crop Management Fertilizer. Rice is the single most important crop occupying 34 percent ( /million ha) of the total cultivated area in Sri Lanka.
On averageha are cultivated during maha andha during yala making the average annual extent sown with rice to aboutha. of Peradeniya, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka 2Industrial Technology Institute,Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 7, Sri Lanka *Corresponding author: [email protected] Abstract Mango is an important dry zone fruit crop in Sri Lanka.
Mangoes grown in northern Sri Lanka show rich varietal diversity and haveCited by: 3. Agriculture in Sri Lanka - Wikipedia. Consuming of subsidiary food crops like green gram and cowpea seemed to be high in producing seasons. Jak, breadfruit and local tuber roots are very common in Sri Lanka.
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Rice is the staple food of Sri Lanka and many other countries. Over different kinds of traditional rice varieties are being cultivated in Sri Lanka. Almost all those traditional rice varieties have been organically grown under natural conditions without the application of agro chemicals and inorganic fertilizers.
As a result of long-term evaluation studies with these varieties, four varieties, namely Fuerte, Booth 7, Simmonds and Tower II were recommended and released by the Variety Release Committee of the Department of Agriculture in The use of organic manures as replenishments through direct application or crop rotations and insertion of green manure crops and other food legumes in the cropping systems was recommended.
Due to the impending labour shortages for agriculture, the need for mechanization of field and post-harvest operations was noted.
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Pepper is cultivated over an area of 32, ha of Sri Lanka and Matale, Kandy, Kegalle, Kurunegala and Nuwara Eliya are accounted as major districts of cultivation. It can be grown either as a mono crop or as a mixed crop in the coconut and tea plantations using live and dead standards as support.
Oilseed crops such as groundnut, sesame, sunflower and mustard are also cultivated in Sri Lanka. Groundnut is grown mainly in Moneragala, Hambantota, Kurunegala, Anuradhapura, Badulla, Ratnapura and Puttalam districts.
Though groundnut is an oil crop, it has a demand as a snack and confectionery in Sri Lanka. The land area of Sri Lanka is 65, km 2. and of this, 30% belongs to agricultural activities. From that 30%, 70% is solely devoted to crop production.
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The S&C in-dustry in Sri Lanka is composed of a large variety of prod. 13 Okra Varieties to Love. Those of you in southern climates may enjoy all varieties because of your long growing season.
You may cut tall plants mid-season for a fall bumper crop, and sow a second set of seeds at mid-season.
Best Time to Plant Papaya: Papaya is planted during spring (February-March), monsoon (June-July) and autumn (October-November).
Spacing between Papaya Plants: A spacing of x m. is normally followed. However higher density cultivation with a spacing of x m./ha enhances the returns to the farmer and is recommended.
Kennebec potatoes are one of the best varieties for pest resistance and hyper productivity. Just one tuber can yield 15 or more spuds at the end of the season (that’s 50% more than most varieties). Potatoes are great for container gardens. For more high yield container garden plants click here.
Rice cultivation in Sri Lanka was once considered sacred. The process remained sustainable due to the methods used for production, as well as the sanctity associated with the process of rice cultivation.
Colonialism. With the European colonization of Sri Lanka during the 16th and 18th centuries, more emphasis was given to other plantation crops. The Journal of Agricultural Sciences is a peer reviewed journal aiming to publish high quality articles on topical issues in Agriculture.
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