10 High-Yield Crops For Snow And Cold Climate

10 High-Yield Crops For Snow And Cold Climate

Gardening in a snowy and cold climate can be challenging, but with the right selection of crops, it is possible to achieve high yields and maintain a successful winter garden. From cold-hardy vegetables to small fruits, there are many crops that are well-suited for growing in snowy and cold environments. In this article, we will…

Permaculture Farming – Ultimate Guide To Sustainable Agriculture

Permaculture Farming – Ultimate Guide To Sustainable Agriculture

Permaculture farming is a sustainable farming system that’s gaining popularity around the world. It’s a way of growing food that mimics natural ecosystems and creates a self-sustaining environment. In this ultimate guide to permaculture farming, we’ll explore the principles and techniques involved in this revolutionary way of growing food. The term permaculture was coined in…

Polyhouse Farming: Master Introduction, Cost, and Establishment for Agri-Success!

Polyhouse Farming: Master Introduction, Cost, and Establishment for Agri-Success!

Introduction A specialised structure which uses controlled climatic conditions to grow different types of crops is called a polyhouse. It is a structure in which transparent polyethylene is used as a cover, under which different crops are grown. Different shapes can be employed to make polyhouse structures such as square, semi-circular, rectangular or lengthened. To…

15 Man Made Vegetables (Surprising Ones!)

Vegetables are the edible plant matter consumed by humans or other animals as food. It can be consumed in different plant origin forms including flowers, fruits, roots, stems or seeds, eaten raw or cooked. However, exceptional foods like edible mushrooms, seaweed which are not plant origin, are also labelled as vegetables. Vegetables and fruits are…

Sloping Agriculture Land Technology (SALT)

Sloping Agricultural Land Technology is a package of technology that uses fast growing perennial Nitrogen fixing trees or shrubs along the contour line with permanent, short term and medium term crops in between alleys. Nitrogen fixing trees are thickly planted in double rows to make hedgerows.   Introduction Sloping Agricultural Land Technology (SALT) is a…

Taungya System: Advantages And Disadvantages

Taungya System is a type of¬† Agroforestry system where the temporary food crops and permanent forest trees are grown simultaneously with the ultimate aim of developing a well established forest in future. Earlier it was a kind of shifting cultivation. People used to locate a forest, Clear or Burn it and start cultivating on the…

Climate Change, Its Impact And Adaptation In Nepal

The climate on Earth is changing, this is undeniable. Presently, climate change is a major concern for the whole world, and Nepal is no exception. Everyyear, international conferences are held and billions of dollars are spent on tackling this global issue. Those of you who don’t know about the climate and how it is changing,…

Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs Examples In Real Life

Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs Examples In Real Life And Buisness, Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Importance, Concept Of Hierarchy Of Needs Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs Maslow’s theory explains learning something that can be used as a tool to satisfy our needs. Learning is an ongoing process of acquiring relatively permanent knowledge through study, instructions or experience. Certain…

Kalimati Tarkari Rate Today (Vegetable Price)

Kalimati Tarkari Rate Kalimati vegetable market, Balkhu, Kathmandu was established in 2043-3-15 B.S by the then Food And Agriculture Market Service Division. Later, This place becomes famous and different farmers from neighbouring districts started to sell Vegetables and Fruits from there. The flow of customers was also increasing rapidly. So – To manage Kalimati Tarkari…

17 Innovative Land Preparation Tools And Their Functions

Land Preparation Tools Land Preparation is the first step of any commercial farming. It includes cleaning of land, removing large stones, burning previous crops stubble, levelling, reclamation, making ridges, furrows, planking and Many More. This step is labour intensive and costly. For this, we use different land preparation tools. In traditional farming methods, people use…