Composite Agromet Advisory Service Bulletin for Bihar for The

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Composite Agromet Advisory Service Bulletin for Bihar for
The period 23rd July 2014 to 27th July 2014.
Issued on
TUESDAY 22ndJuly 2014.
issued by
Meteorological Centre, Patna
In collaboration with
Rajendra Agricultural University, Pusa
Bihar Agricultural College, Sabour
Madan Bharati Agricultural College, Agwanpur, Saharsa
Agro Climatic Zones of the State Bihar
S. No. Agro
Zone
1
2
climatic
Districts
Agromet
Field
Unit(AMFU
)
North
West W
Champaran,
E Pusa
Alluvial
Plain Champaran, Gopalganj,
Zone
Siwan, Saran, Sitamarhi,
Muzaffarpur,
Madhubani, Darbhanga,
Samastipur,
Sheohar,
Begusarai, Vaishali
North
East Saharsa, Purina, Katihar, Agwanpur
Alluvial Zone
Supaul,
Khagaria, (Saharsa)
Madhepura, Kishanganj,
Araria
3
South
Bihar
Sabour
Alluvial Zone
3(a)
Bhagalpur,
Sheikhpura, Lakhisarai,
Jamui, Munger, Banka,
3(b) Bhabhua, Rohtas,
Bhojpur,
Aurangabad,
Buxar, Jahanabad, Gaya,
Nalanda, Nawada, Patna
Rajendra Agricultural University, Pusa
Gramin Krshi Mausam Sewa (GKMS)
AGRO-METEOROLOGY DIVISION
Rajendra Agricultural University:
Pusa (Samastipur) Bihar -848 125
Bulletin No. 55
Ph. & Fax: 06274-240266
Date: Friday 22nd July 2014
___________________________________________________
Weather during the previous forecast period
According to meteorological data recorded at Agro meteorological observatory, Pusa (Bihar), the average
maximum and minimum temperature were 32.8oC and 26.4°C respectively. Average relative humidity was 89 percent at 0700 hrs and
71 percent at 1400 hrs. Soil temperature at 5 cm depth was 27.8°C at 0700 hrs and 32.5°C at 1400 hrs. Average wind speed, daily
sunshine hours and average daily evaporation were 8.7 km/hr, 5.8 hours and 3.4 mm respectively. About 67.7 mm rainfall occurred
during this period
Medium Range Weather Forecast
(For East Champaran, West Champaran, Sitamarhi, Shivhar, Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga and Madhubani )
(23-27 July 2014)
Weather
23-July
24-July
25-July
26-July
27-July
Remarks
parameters
Max. T (°C)
Maximum temperature
34
33
33
33
33
Mini. T (°C)
27
28
28
28
27
will remain between 3334°C and the minimum
around 27-28°C during
this period
Cloud cover (okta)
6
8
8
8
7
cloudy sky
Rainfall (mm)
3
0
5
5
4
Light to medium rainfall
Relative humidity
(%)
Morning
Afternoon
82
76
81
71
72
54
45
51
47
41
09
06
07
07
08
Easterly
Easterly
Easterly
Easterly
Easterly
Wind velocity
(kmph)
Wind Direction
Mainly Easterly wind
Advisory for the farmers
Crop
Phenophase
Rice
Transplanting
Vegetables:
Maize crop
4-5 leaf Stage
Kulthi:
Sowing
Arhar:
Sowing
Urd:
Sowing
Sugarcane:
Vegetative
Advisory (Based on weather forecast)
In view of rainfall during previous period farmer are advised to transplant the rice
crop to main field (20-30 days old seedling) before transplanting cut the upper
leaves to avoid the pest. Apply 40:60:40 kg NPK at the time of transplanting.
In view of poor monsoon, vegetable cultivation would be a profitable venture in
the upland and medium land areas. Farmers are advised to sow Brinjal, Tomato,
Chilli and Onion in the ridge of main field and also sow cucurbit and cluster
bean, bitterguar , radish cumin and fenugrick.
Inter culturing operations are advised in kharif maize crop.
Sowing of kulthi in the upland areas is advised. Seed [email protected] kg per hectare
is advised.
Sowing of Arhar in the upland areas is advised. Bahar, Pusa 9, Narendra Arhar 1
are recommended varieties for sowing. Sowing at 60X20 cm distance is advised.
Seed treatment with fungicides such as Difoltan or Thiram or [email protected] per
one kilogram of seeds is advised. Before sowing, seed treatment with rhizobium
culture is also advised.
Sowing of urd is advised in the upland areas. T-9, Pant U-19, Pant Urd 31, PDU1 are recommended varieties for sowing across north Bihar districts. Seed
[email protected] per hectare is advised. Sowing in line at 30 cm and plant to plant
10 cm apart is advised.
Earthing up in the sugarcane is advised. Check for stem borer attack if found
apply cartap hydrachloride @10 kg /Acre.
Nodal Officer
Agro-Meteorology
Gramin Krshi Mausam Sewa (GKMS)
AGRO-METEOROLOGY DIVISION
Rajendra Agricultural University:
Pusa (Samastipur) Bihar -848 125
Bulletin No. 55
Ph. & Fax: 06274-240266
Date: Friday 22nd July 2014
___________________________________________________
Weather during the previous forecast period
According to meteorological data recorded at Agro meteorological observatory, Pusa (Bihar), the average
maximum and minimum temperature were 32.8oC and 26.4°C respectively. Average relative humidity was 89 percent at 0700 hrs and
71 percent at 1400 hrs. Soil temperature at 5 cm depth was 27.8°C at 0700 hrs and 32.5°C at 1400 hrs. Average wind speed, daily
sunshine hours and average daily evaporation were 8.7 km/hr, 5.8 hours and 3.4 mm respectively. About 67.7 mm rainfall occurred
during this period
Medium Range Weather Forecast
(For Siwan, Saran, Vaishali, Begusarai, Gopalganj and Samastipur districts)
(23-27 July 2014)
Weather
23-July
24-July
25-July
26-July
27-July
Remarks
parameters
Max. T (°C)
34
35
35
35
35
Maximum temperature will
Mini. T (°C)
26
25
26
27
28
remain between 34-35°C
and the minimum around
25-28°C during this period
Cloud cover (okta)
6
0
0
4
4
Mainly cloudy sky
Rainfall (mm)
15
20
10
8
0
Light to medium rainfall
Relative humidity
(%)
Morning
Afternoon
84
79
82
72
73
60
48
51
48
44
07
06
06
07
06
Easterly
Easterly
Easterly
Easterly
Easterly
Wind velocity
(kmph)
Wind Direction
Mainly Easterly wind
Advisory for the farmers
Crop
Phenophase
Advisory (Based on weather forecast)
Rice
Transplanting
Vegetables:
Maize crop
4-5 leaf Stage
Kulthi:
Sowing
Arhar:
Sowing
Urd:
Sowing
Sugarcane:
Vegetative
In view of rainfall during previous period farmer are advised to transplant the rice
crop to main field (20-30 days old seedling) before transplanting cut the upper
leaves to avoid the pest. Apply 40:60:40 kg NPK at the time of transplanting.
In view of poor monsoon, vegetable cultivation would be a profitable venture in
the upland and medium land areas. Farmers are advised to sow Brinjal, Tomato,
Chilli and Onion in the ridge of main field and also sow cucurbit and cluster
bean, bitterguar , radish cumin and fenugrick.
Inter culturing operations are advised in kharif maize crop.
Sowing of kulthi in the upland areas is advised. Seed [email protected] kg per hectare
is advised.
Sowing of Arhar in the upland areas is advised. Bahar, Pusa 9, Narendra Arhar 1
are recommended varieties for sowing. Sowing at 60X20 cm distance is advised.
Seed treatment with fungicides such as Difoltan or Thiram or [email protected] per
one kilogram of seeds is advised. Before sowing, seed treatment with rhizobium
culture is also advised.
Sowing of urd is advised in the upland areas. T-9, Pant U-19, Pant Urd 31, PDU1 are recommended varieties for sowing across north Bihar districts. Seed
[email protected] per hectare is advised. Sowing in line at 30 cm and plant to plant
10 cm apart is advised.
Earthing up in the sugarcane is advised. Check for stem borer attack if found
apply cartap hydrachloride @10 kg /Acre.
North East Alluvial Zone (Agwanpur)
DATA NOT AVAILABLE
South Bihar Alluvial Zone (SABOUR)
DATA NOT AVAILABLE
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