The process of fodder crop seeds sowing and prevention of diseases and pests

In order to strengthen the production of agricultural products and fodder crops in 2020, the targeted Pasture User Unions (PUUs) of Kulob, Vose, Farkhor, Mir Said Alii Hamadoni and Dangara districts have sowed in total 12.5 ha of fodder beat, 143 ha wheat, 658.1 ha barley, 747.6 ha maize, 1706.1 ha alfalfa, 231.6 ha sainfoin and as a result high yields were obtained.


 1111111111Farmers of the target districts have many years of experience in the field of fodder harvesting and livestock breeding and play an important role in meeting the needs of consumer market with meat and milk.

Appropriate management of agro-technical processing, which is improving year by year, is one of the main reasons for the progress of work.

In order to get high yields from crops and orchards, it is necessary to prevent crop losses due to the spread of diseases and pests of agricultural products.


Therefore, we need to fight against such diseases in a timely manner as blackspot of cereals, rust, powdery mildew, insect-feed beetles, leaf litter of fruit trees, alfalfa phytonutrients and others.

Therefore, PUUs members and heads are advised to be careful when using chemicals against diseases and pests (baleton, raxil-6%, BI-58 new, NUREL-D and other fungicides and insecticides).


It should be noted that in case of high yields of agricultural products, the living standards of community members will improve, as well as the livestock sector and the use of pastures, which will have a positive impact on climate change.

                                                                  Yusuf MURODOV,    

                                                        National – Agronomist/Field Officer Consultant