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    7 Steps to Manage Rice Pests & Disease

    data:2019-03-07 11:24source:未知 author:admin click:
    Farmers lose nearly an average of 10% of their rice crop because of pests and diseases every year. Timely and accurate diagnosis helps to reduce these losses. If your rice is having a problem in pest or disease, please seek advice from a pr
    Farmers lose nearly an average of 10% of their rice crop because of pests and diseases every year. Timely and accurate diagnosis helps to reduce these losses. If your rice is having a problem in pest or disease, please seek advice from a professional to prevent further damages. Eagle Brother's crop professional concluded below 7 steps to help you enhance rice yield.
     
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    Step 1 Keep farming equipment clean and make sure field in good condition between seasons
     
    Diseases can be spread between fields or between seasons if you do not clean your equipment or keep your field in good condition. After harvest, don't forget to clean the harvesting equipment to prevent the spread of disease from infected plants to healthy ones.
     
    Some diseases can live on the stubble between seasons and affect the next season's crop growing. Plowing to remove stubbles after harvest is a must if the field is affected by pests or fungus because stubbles can serve as remaining food and shelter for pests, especially insect.
     
    Step 2 Plant clean seeds and resistant varieties
     
    Plant certified or clean seed that does not have discolored seeds, weed or other rice varieties mixed in.
     
    Nowadays many varieties have been developed for good resistance to different diseases. Purchase resistant varieties from your local seed dealer and plant them helps better rice growing and enhance yield.
     
    Step 3 Plant at the same time as your neighboring fields
     
    It's better to plant at the same time (recommended within 2 weeks) as your neighboring fields to minimize insect, disease, bird, and rat pressure on your fields.
     
    Step 4 Do not overuse fertilizer
     
    Overuse of fertilizer can cause high nitrogen in soil and increase susceptibility to certain pests and diseases. Please strictly follow fertilizer dosage recommendations on specific brochures.
     
    Farmer use sprayer drone to apply pesticide
     
    Step 5 Don't forget to attract natural pest enemies
     
    As overuse of pesticide possibly results in pest outbreaks, natural insect enemies is a better option to control pest. Plant yellow and white flowers at field bunks helps to attract natural pest enemies.
     
    Step 6 Don't apply pesticide within 40 days of planting
     
    Rice can recover itself from early damage without pesticide. Do not apply pesticide within 40 days of planting. Only specific diseases requires early management.
     
    Step 7 Store grain properly
     
    Store grain in airtight container at environmental moisture content below 13-14%. Clean dust, chaff, and excessive broken grains before you store them. Keep the storage area in clean, dampproof and waterproof warehouse. Also seal the warehose from rats and birds.
     
    No grain should be stored for more than 6 months and don't store new grain next to old grain that is affected by insects.
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