Rabi Crop – Wheat Critical Irrigation stages: First irrigation 20-25 days after sowing (Crown root initiation stage). Second Irrigation 40-45 days after sowing (tillering stage). Third Irrigation 70-75 days after sowing (late jointing stage). Fourth Irrigation 90-95 days of sowing (flowering stage). Fifth Irrigation after 110-115 days of sowing (dough stage). For more information visit […]
Wheat sowing is done in rows using drills. For timely sown and irrigated wheat, a row spacing of 15 to 22.5 cm is followed to be the maximum spacing. For late but irrigated wheat, row spacing of 15-18 cm is the maximum. For more information visit our website cropinfo.in or download CropInfo India App from […]
Wheat crosses about ten stages after Sowing, till Harvesting. Here are the stages:- Germination, Main stem leaf production, Tiller production, Stem elongation, Booting, Heading, Anthesis, Grain milk stage, Grain dough stage and, Ripening
Sowing of wheat takes place in October to December and harvesting is done during the months of February and May. The wheat crop needs cool winters and hot summers, which is why the fertile plains of the Indo-Gangetic region are the most conducive for growing it. Visit cropinfo.in for more details.
Rabi crops are sown around mid November, after the monsoon rains are over, and harvesting begins in April / May. Rabi crops or Rabi harvest are agricultural crops sown in winter and harvested in the spring. Rabi is derived from the Arabic word for ‘spring’. Major rabi crops in India are Wheat, Oat, Barley, Mustard, […]