Vaishali - Agricultural Meteorology Division

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Gramin Krshi Mausam Sewa (GKMS)
AGRO-METEOROLOGY DIVISION
Rajendra Agricultural University:
Pusa (Samastipur) Bihar -848 125
Bulletin No. 54
Date: Friday, 10th July, 2015
Ph. & Fax: 06274-240266
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Weather during the previous forecast period
According to meteorological data recorded at Agro meteorological Observatory, Pusa
(Bihar), average maximum and minimum temperature were 32.8°C and 24.0°C respectively.
Average relative humidity was 86 percent at 0700 hrs and 82 percent at 1400 hrs. Soil
temperature at 5 cm depth was 27.5°C at 0700 hrs and 32.1°C at 1400 hrs. Average wind
speed, daily sunshine hours and average daily evaporation were 07.6 km/hr, 3.9 hours and 5.4
mm respectively. About 68.0 mm rainfall was recorded during this period.
Medium Range Weather Forecast
(For Vaishali district)
(11th July– 15th July, 2015)
Weather
parameters
Rainfall (mm)
11th
July
12th
July
13th
July
14th
July
15th
July
13
12
6
6
12
Max. T (°C)
33
34
36
37
36
Mini. T (°C)
24
24
27
27
26
8
7
8
8
8
97
90
73
74
95
70
59
48
46
46
31
4
5
11
12
Easterly
Westerly
Westerly
Easterly
Easterly
Cloud cover
(okta)
Max Relative
Humidity (%)
Min Relative
Humidity (%)
Wind speed
(kmph)
Wind
direction(deg)
Remarks
Due to active
monsoon in North
Bihar , chances of
light to moderate
rainfall during
forecasted periods
Maximum
temperature will
remain between 3337°C and the
minimum around 2427°C during this
period
Medium to Overcast
cloudy
Easterly/Westerly
Advisory for the farmers
Crop
Phenophase
Paddy
Transplanting
Pigeon Pea
(Arher)
Sowing
Til
Sowing
Urd
(Black gram)
Sowing
Animals Care
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Advisory (Based on weather forecast)
Looking to rainfall forecast, farmers are suggested to transplant 22-25
days old paddy seedlings in their fields where water facilities are
available. Application of 25-30kg/ha Nitrogen,40 kg/ha Phosphorus and
30 kg/ha Potas fertilizer and 25 kg zink sulphate/ha in the soil before
transplanting.
Sowing of Bahar, Pusa-9, Narendra Arher-1 varieties of Pigeon pea is
advised. Application of 20 kg/ha Nitrogen, 45 kg/ha Phosphorus and 20
kg/ha Potash and 20 kg sulphur/ha before sowing of seed. Keep seed
rate 18-20 kg/ha. Seed should be treated with thiram/[email protected]/kg
of seed.
Sowing of til crop is advised up to 15th July. Krishna, Kaakee safed,
Kalika, Pragati varieties are recommended for sowing. Application of
60 quintal/ha FYM compost at land preparation and 20 kg/ha
Nitrogen,20 kg/ha Phosphorus and 20 kg/ha Potas fertilizer before
sowing of seed. Keep seed rate 4kg/ha. Seed should be treated with
[email protected]/kg of seed.
Sowing of Urd crop is advised. T-9, Pant U-19, Pant urd31,Uttara,Navin varieties are recommended for sowing. Application of
20 kg/ha Nitrogen,45 kg/ha Phosphorus and 20 kg/ha Potas fertilizer
and 20 kg sulphur/ha before sowing of seed. Keep seed rate 15-20
kg/ha. Seed should be treated with [email protected]/kg of seed.
Prophylactic measures against contagious diseases for milch animals are
advised as per instruction of veterinarians.
plica Application of well decomposed FYM/Compost is suggested during land preparation. It increases the water use
efficiency and nutrient quantity in the soil. Always use balance amount of fertilizer after soil testing. Application
of potash fertilizer is must because of it helps in minimizing the losses due to moisture stress.
Present weather is favorable for planting of new orchards. Before planting, pits should be treated with 5ml of
cloropyrifos 20 EC with per liter of water to prevent termite and white grub.
Keeping view of increasing moisture in environment farmers are suggested to monitor the grain storage against
insect infestation. if insect found in grain than application of celfos tablet @3/ton. Keep the grain storage air
sealed.
Keeping in view of rainfall forecast, farmer are advised with precaution /postpond spraying in the crop field. if
spraying is more needed then it may be done when sky is clear and add sticker 1ml/Liter in pesticide solutions.
Nodal Officer
Agro-Meteorology
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