General information about seeds
Punjab grass is a 6 to 7 harvested grass once planted. The estimated nutritional value of green areas is protein 11.30, fat 6.36, fiber 48.30, carbohydrates 34.40, rich in protein and other nutrients and 6 to 7 harvested fodder once planted. These seeds have good germination capacity and can be sown any time of the year. 4 kg seed per acre is sufficient for this. We can use this fodder for all kinds of animals. Cows, buffaloes, goats, sheep, all kinds of animals love this fodder. We can use this fodder in two ways. It can also be used in two ways, green fodder and dry fodder. We can use this fodder in the same way that we give sorghum husk as fodder. It contains 11 to 12 percent protein. Fastest growth, quickest harvest, flexible soft stick, no thorns of any kind. It has many characteristics like green and dry fodder.
Land and preparation for planting
The soil should be well tilled before planting. Then discard 7 to 8 trolleys per acre of well decomposed manure. Fodder is best in heavy and medium soils for cultivation. These seeds have good germination capacity and can be sown any time of the year.
Punjab grass does not have any seed processing.
Planting period and method of cultivation
Punjab grass can be planted any time of the year. This grass can be planted by sprinkler method. Make a 3 foot spray and take as many seeds as you can in two finger tweezers on both sides of the spray and spray at a distance of 8 to 10 inches. Land, water, manure and climate can increase or decrease the germination capacity.
Fertilizer and water planning
The first watering should be given immediately after planting. S.S.P. Use powder. Use 7 to 8 bags per acre, subsequent doses at 90 to 95 day intervals. You can use any fertilizer like D. A. P 10.26.26, urea, granular 19.19.19.
Harvesting / production / use
The first harvest is 90 days after planting and the second harvest is 45-50 days. This grass should be planted near the ground while harvesting. Depending on the weather, the harvest may be early or late. Punjab grass production can be 50 to 70 tons per acre per year. Production may vary depending on the climate.
Seeds per acre
8 kg of seed is required per 1 acre of land.