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Cultivating Profitable Vegetables – July Month in India

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The sowing season of Kharif crops has started. The month of July is coming. In such a situation, the farmers need to know about the crops to be grown in July so that by sowing the produce at the right time, better yield can be obtained from it and good profit can be earned. Farmers do the cultivation of traditional crops such as paddy, maize, and millet. If you also cultivate vegetables at the same time, then they can make an excellent profit. Today we are giving information about the vegetables sown in the month of July through Tractor Junction.

Vegetables Sown in July

It is more beneficial to plant cucumber-cucumber-cowpea, bitter gourd, gourd, pumpkin, petha, okra, tomato, amaranth, and radish in July.

  • Tomato Cultivation

Tomato can be grown in any season using the poly house technique. The demand for tomatoes has remained constant for 12 months. Therefore, cultivating it can be beneficial for the farmers. Moreover,  Eicher 242 is the best tractor model which is best for farming purposes and easily handled by farmers. 

  • Cultivation of Cucumber

Cucumber is in great demand in the market. Most people like to eat it in the form of salad. Therefore, it is essential to protect it from frost while cultivating it in the Kharif season. And for making farming tasks easy farmers use the Eicher 333 tractor model which is efficient in working and excellent in performance. 

  • Cultivation of Cowpea

Time is running out for farmers to cultivate cowpea. It is produced in a hot and humid climate. Farmer brothers can develop cowpea in this season with wide improved varieties. With this, they will get good production of the crop, and they will also get good profit. Cowpea is an annual crop grown all over India for green pods, dry seeds, manure, and fodder. Also, being a pulse crop, it stores atmospheric nitrogen in the soil, increasing the land’s fertility.

  • Cultivation of amaranth

Amaranth is a summer crop that can also be grown in the rainy season. The farmer cultivates amaranth as a cash crop. The presence of gold in amaranth is also used in making Ayurvedic medicine due to the fact of gold. All plant parts (root, stem, leaf, stalk) are helpful. Protein, minerals, and vitamins A and C are high amounts in amaranth. Stomach-related diseases are relieved by the use of amaranth. In addition, amaranth grains are used in making vegetables. Cholai can be grown in both the summer and rainy seasons.

  • Bitter gourd cultivation

Bitter gourd can also be cultivated during the rainy season. Bitter gourd is beneficial in terms of health. Patients with diabetes are advised to eat bitter gourd. It purifies the blood and helps control the insulin level in the body. Loamy soil is suitable for its cultivation. Land with good drainage is good for its cultivation. Moreover, bitter gourd can be grown in both the summer and rainy seasons. 500 grams of seed per acre is sufficient for a bitter gourd crop. The seed quantity can be reduced after planting the seed crop by preparing the seedlings.

  • Cultivation of Okra

Bhindi can be cultivated in many types of soil. The most suitable ground for this is sandy and clay soil rich in organic elements. It can be produced on all kinds of lands with good drainage. If the drainage system is proper, it can also be cultivated in heavy lands. The pH value of the soil for its cultivation should be between 6.0 to 6.5. Farmers can earn an excellent income by growing Bhind. Nowadays, the trend of red lady fingers has also increased in the market, whose farmers get reasonable prices. For its cultivation tractors are efficiently used and Eicher 188 is the best tractor model for farming purposes. 

  • Petha Pumpkin Cultivation

Farmers can also earn excellent profits from the cultivation of Petha Pumpkin. It is made into a sweet called Petha, which is in great demand in the market. In addition, the right time for sowing is February to March, June to July and September to October. Loam and sandy loam soil are considered best for cultivating Petha Pumpkin. Also, for its cultivation, 7-8 kg of seeds is required in 1 hectare.

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