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Avoid spreading in fields close to and upwind of houses unless slurry is band spread, injected or has been treated to effectively reduce its odour”. Paragraph 87: “Avoid applying more than 50 m3/ha (4500 gallons to the acre), or 50 tonnes/ha (20 tonnes per acre) at one time if odour could be a problem. Always apply slurry and manure in a way that avoids the risk of causing water pollution”. 42 Paragraph 88: “On bare land, lightly cultivate the land after surface spreading to mix in the material as soon as possible”.

The nursery beds should be well prepared to obtain a fine tilth. Cuttings are planted at a spacing of 10 cm x 10 cm. Shading and irrigation should be provided if necessary. The rooted cuttings should be ready for transplanting in 5-6 weeks. Planting and aftercare The soil should be thoroughly prepared by ploughing and harrowing and treated with nematicides. The rooted cuttings are transplanted in rows at a distance of 60 cm between plants and 90 cm between rows. Planting is sometimes done on ridges, 20-25 cm high, prepared previously.

Weight of dried turmeric is approximately a fifth of its fresh weight. Pests and diseases The most serious diseases of turmeric are rhizome rot caused by Pythium graminicolum, leaf blotch caused by Taphrina maculans and leaf spot caused by Colletotrichum capsici. The main insect pests are the shoot borer, Dichocrocis punctiferalis, which attacks the pseudostems and rhizomes, the leaf-roller, Udaspes folus, and the scale insect, Aspidiotus hartii. The dried turmeric is also susceptible to the attack of stored products pests.

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