Wheat Cultivation Book | Gandum Ki Kasht | Vegetable Cultivation Govt Of Pakistan
Wheat Also Known as the Rabi crop is grown in the winter season. In Punjab harvesting period is April & May whereas the sowing months of wheat are November and December. Three or four ploughings in the
mid-year, continued frightening in the blustery season, trailed by three or four developments and planking preceding planting produce a decent, firm seedbed for the dry crop on alluvial soils. The most agricultural province is Punjab in Pakistan where wheat and cotton are the most popular crops. Barley and wheat cultivation along with the cattle domestication, primarily sheep and goat. Each class of wheat has unique characteristics that make them grow well in different climates which have two distinct growing seasons. The six classes grown in the U.S. Wheat plants typically show a significant increase in fall tillers and better root development with the use of starter fertilizer – both phosphorus and nitrogen this is more than the 30 maund average per acre output of wheat in the province. Also known as “pasta wheat,” durum wheat is the hardest of all the wheat strains, with a protein structure exemplified by the snap of fresh pasta and the soft, pillowy nature of Middle Eastern or Mediterranean flatbreads Soils with earth topsoil or soil surface, great construction, and moderate water-holding limit are ideal for wheat development. Care should be taken to avoid very porous and excessively drained soils. Soil should be
neutral in its reaction.