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Complete Crop Information from begin to trim


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+ Varieties all over the world.

billion tons global ROSE production

There are several varieties of the Indian Roses which includes white rose, pink rose, maroon rose, red rose, yellow rose and orange rose. It has thorn on its stems. The cane has leaves and budeyes. A leaf consists of stipule, petiole, and leaflets. The leaves are -15 cm long.

The leaflets usually have the segrrated margins and few small prickles on the underside Rose plantof the stem. Most of the roses are deciduous. The flower has five petals.


Brief facts of Rose The world’s oldest living rose is believed to be 1,000 years old. It grows on the wall of the Cathedral of Hildesheim in Germany and its presence is documented since A.D. 815. According to the legend, the rosebush symbolizes the prosperity of the city of Hildesheim; as long as it flourishes, Hildesheim will not decline.

The rose is not just the most loved flower in the world, it is also the flower that is regarded as the best representation of love. Did you know that the rose is edible, can live for a very long time, has been mentioned in the bible and is a great source of vitamin C

Roses can live for a very long time. There are rose fossils discovered that date back 35 million years. The large rose bush that covers the wall of the Cathedral of Hildesheim in Germany has been there for over a millennium.

Rose

Ruler of blossoms Roses play a cardinal role in human behaviour and culture, bringing tranquillity and peace of mind. Roses have been associated with mankind since time immorial, as they have been used for religious offerings and social ceremonies.


Good Agriculture Practices Soil Management We all know that soil is a key element of agriculture. Without it we wouldn´t be able to grow plants, which are used as food for both humans and animals.

Plantation Rose plants revel in low temperature and root growth is very active in winter season. Its plants can be planted at any time of the year. However, irrespective of the locations in hills, October is the most suitable time for planting of roses. In temperate climate, it can be planted in open field from October-November and February to March.

Soil Management

Water Management Water is very important for both livestock and for plants. It forms a large part of all plant tissues as well as being an essential component of all animal body cells. In crop agriculture, water is an important climatic factor. It affects or determines plant growth and development. Harvest and Storage

Plantation

Pest & Disease Management Plant diseases and other pest organisms that damage agricultural crops. HPM’s agrochemicals help farmers to reduce crop damage from pests and increase flower production.

Harvest & Storage

Pest and Disease Management

Water Management

Harvesting is the process of gathering a ripe crop from the fields. For maximum vase life of cut flowers, harvest flowers daily at their proper stage of development. Harvesting too early or too late significantly reduces the vase life of the flowers.


CLIMATE

MANAGEMENT

Moderately cool climate with bright sunshine and free ventilation is very good for rose cultivation in India. Most rose cultivars grow best at a temperature range of 15-270C producing good quality and quantity of flowers.

At temperature below 15°C roses may be grown, but the gap between flushes become longer .

More sun light humid and moderate temperature ranging from 15°C to 28°C considered as ideal conditions for rose cultivation in the tropical and subtropical climatic condition of India.

At higher temperature, say above 30°C, roses can be cultivated provided high humidity is maintained and evaporation is slowed down.


SOIL

MANAGEMENT Soil health is the key to your farm's proďŹ t and production. It underpins the fertility and crop production of a farming enterprise, providing the rose plant with water, oxygen, nutrients and support.

Roses are very fond of water and require one to two inches of it every week. During hot, dry season, even more may be needed depending on the size of the bushes. In spite of their need for abundance of water, roses hate standing in water and provision for proper drainage is essential.

Roses are very fond of water and require one to two inches of it every week. During hot, dry season, even more may be needed depending on the size of the bushes. In spite of their need for abundance of water, roses hate standing in water and provision for proper drainage is essential.


PEST, WEED & DISEASE

MANAGEMENT

A number of rose problems (insects, disease & weeds) can wreak havoc on your prized plants. Roses are susceptible to a number of disease and insect pests.

The damage caused by insect pest is one of the primary factors for reduced crop production. They are one of the main causes for Rose yield loss in India . The average annual loss was estimated in 7.7% of total crop production.

Diseases are a noteworthy wellspring of yield and plant harm that can be caused by various plant pathogenic living beings. There are many diseases that infect Rose Cultivation. Fungus is the main source of yield misfortune around the world.

Weeds reduce farm and forest productivity, they invade crops, smother pastures and in some cases can harm livestock. They aggressively compete for water, nutrients and sunlight, resulting In reduced crop yield and poor crop quality.


Rogohit

( Dimethoate 30 % EC )

Systemic Oragano phosphorus, which controls Aphids and Thrips. Exhibits both contact & stomach action. It is a broad spectrum insecticide. It has short life in plant tissues. Rapid degeneration in the soil thus no problem of residues.

Quantity

Thrips

Thrips : 528 ml/acre Scale : 990 ml/acre

Scale


24 karat

(Gibberellic Acid 0.001% L)

24 Karat is unique combination of Sea weed extracts and GA . Gibberellic Acid acts synergistically with plant metabolism and accelerates the growth functions of the plant. Also improves the physiological efficiency of the crop by stimulating the hormonal and enzymatic activities and increases the yield and quantity of the crop produce. 24 Karat mobilizes reserves in seed to germinating point leading to breaking of seed dormancy and faster germination 24 Karat stimulates cell division and elongation that causes internodes to stretch leading to better growth of the plant Improves taste and quality of fruits , and enhances their marketability specific to crop. Improves photosynthesis and plant metabolism, Improves leaf area and root system. Regulates GA: ABA ratio leading to less flower and fruit drop. It increases stem length in flowers grown for export

Quantity 1.2-2ml/ltr of water


Aasra (Adjuvant) Aasra is a unique new generation spray booster and activator, having novel technology to farming community of India which makes the agrochemicals (Insecticide, Fungicide, Herbicide, Plant Growth Regulator, Fertilizer and Micronutrient) performs better. Aasra solution spreads quickly, and provides enhanced spreading of agrochemicals on the leaf surfaces and leads to better spray coverage, which improves the eďŹƒcacy of the agrochemical used. It is when added to spray water tank lowers the tension of spray water on leaf surface, which promotes the better spreading and penetration of Agro product. Aasra is compatible with most agrochemical formulations and can be used on a wide variety of crops. It has improved deposition of the agro product which enhances its coverage and retention on foliage. It ensures the solution doesn't wash o even after immediate rain. Aasra is designed in such a way that it ensures proper wetting of leaf surface, which makes the pesticide or agro product uptake and absorption rapidly by the plant. It ensures the proper penetration of the agrochemical product into the plant by reducing the droplet sizes of the spray. It is suggested to uses Aasra with agrochemicals at 0.025%-0.1% dose. General recommendation is 5 ml/ 15 lit. of water.

Quantity 5 ml/ 15 lit. of water.


HPM Gold

(Bio-fertlizer)

HPM GOLD is unique product containing microbes as VesicularArbuscular Mycorrhiza (VAM) and has broad spectrum action in granular form. It contains granular spores and other propagules of VAM Mycorrhizal Fungi in a granular carrier and has broad spectrum fertilizer activity. Due to high solubility in water it is absorbed rapidly through plants and roots, resulting maximum supply of compost and micronutrient to the crop. HPM Gold improves the roots growth with excellent root setting, resulting greenness by vanishing yellowing in crop. It helps in greater utilization of nutrients, and provides plant protection from disease causing organism to the root and also makes insect resistant plant. It is completely safe to use HPM Gold. It also combats with the drought and stress loss by the crop. Its mycelial threads penetrate inward into the root, thereby increasing the surface area for absorption and translocation of essential plant nutrients including Phosphorus, Nitrogen, Sulphur, Calcium, Zinc and copper.

Quantity 4 kg /acre


HARVEST

MANAGEMENT

Harvesting is done with sharp object secateure at the stage of tight bud when the colour is fully established and the petals have not yet started unfolding. There should be 1 to 2 mature leaves those with five leaflets left on the plant after the flower has been cut. Leaving these matures leaves will increase the production of new strong shoots. Harvesting is preferred in early morning hours. Roses harvest best just after they bloom. Wait until the flowers have fully unfolded to harvest your roses.In most climates, roses bloom in late spring or early summer.

Opt for a relatively dry morning after dew has evaporated. When the roses are dry, they'll have a stronger smell, and they'll be easier to harvest.

Keep an eye on your roses around this time. Aim to harvest shortly after they bloom during these months. The ideal time to harvest roses is the morning on a sunny day.


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