General information about seeds
Sangli Shevri can be planted any time of the year. Sangli Shevri is grown as a perennial dicotyledonous fodder crop, growing up to six meters tall and fast. Sangli Shevri is generally grown on bunds. It can also be done on vacant land. Sangli Shevri leaves are rich in calcium, protein and phosphorus. Sangli Shevri helps to stop soil erosion. Sangli Shevri contains 18.2 per cent digestible protein and 56.81 per cent total digestible matter. Shevari is cultivated especially as a plant for goats and also for all types of orchard fences. Once planted these plants live for 4 to 5 years, do not succumb to any disease. 4 kg of seed is required per 1 acre of land.
Land and preparation for planting
Sangli Shevri crop can be grown in different soils. Sangli Shevri is grown in a wide variety of soils, from medium to sandy soils to black loamy soils. Extremely suitable for rocky soils, saline soils and heavy soils. Pre-cultivation is very important as this crop stays in the same soil for 4 to 5 years after sowing. For this, by throwing a lot of cow dung and plowing deep, if the quantity of lumps is more, it should be broken and vertical-horizontal cobwebs should be kept.
Sangli Shevri seeds do not have any seed processing.
Planting period and method of cultivation
Sangli Shevri seeds can be sown on the embankment or along the embankment. Also, if fodder is to be sown on vacant land, it can be sown in a dense manner by sowing seeds at a distance of 6-8 feet between two ridges. A 1 foot deep 1 foot wide tractor should remove the sari, add a lot of dung manure or lentil manure in it, put seeds in it in a dense manner, cover the soil a little and release a lot of water. Land, water, manure and climate can increase or decrease the germination capacity.
Fertilizer and water planning
Irrigate immediately after planting and then at intervals of 3 to 4 days, then continue watering as per soil requirements. Initially you would have applied manure but since you harvest these trees frequently you will need D.A.P, 10.26.26 after each harvest. Granules should be used as a chemical account.
Harvesting / production / use
With proper fertilizer and water planning, plants can grow 8 to 10 feet in 2 to 3 months for the first harvest. Then cut all the upper part by placing 3 feet below the bottom after that, a large number of branches come to that bud. After that large branches should be removed for fodder at intervals of 15-20 days.
Seeds per acre
6 kg of seed is required per 1 acre of land.