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Posted by: John@ - 08-26-2017, 08:25 PM - Forum: Crops & Plantation Farming - Replies (6)

I have experienced a lot of damage from fruit flies and I've seen them perching on my cuke fruits. One very effective way to get rid of them is by using a protein attractant mixed with an insecticide. The idea is that the females need protein-rich feed before they can mature and start laying eggs. By poisoning these protein attractants, you can kill alot of females and minimize their damage. Will protein rich foods like milk, meat, soybean meal etc do the job? Is their any diy protein attractant recipe I can use?

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  Best Time to Apply Fungicides?
Posted by: John@ - 08-26-2017, 07:41 PM - Forum: Crops & Plantation Farming - Replies (11)

My experience with gtowing crops like cucumber and watermelon has been a disaster because I didn't applied fungicides to control diseases. And one bad thing is that these diseases normally take hold during periods of constant rainfall and drizzles. So I'm wondering if fungicides will be helpful under such condition. Who knows how I can effectively apply fungicides to control diseases?

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  Which Pre-emergence Herbicide 4 Cucumber Farm?
Posted by: John@ - 08-26-2017, 07:32 PM - Forum: Crops & Plantation Farming - Replies (6)

Hello all, which pre-emergence herbicide can I use in a cucumber farm that will have no effect on germinated cucumber plants?

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  where to buy stevia cuttings in nigeria?
Posted by: FarmKing - 08-22-2017, 08:50 PM - Forum: Crops & Plantation Farming - Replies (4)

Stevia is a safe alternative to sugar. The extract is 300x sweeter than sugar. Healthwise, it has no bad effect on diabetic patience. It can be use to sweeten drinks, baking products, tea etc. All these are interesting. But my headache now is where i can get the cuttings to plant. They said it is better to plant the cuttings than seeds because the seeds hardly germinate and plants grown from seeds tend to have lower sweetness. Pls does anyone know where I can get the cuttings in nigeria? I seriously want to plant it in large quantity.

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  Ripening Unripe Pepper after Freezing?
Posted by: Henlus - 08-22-2017, 09:25 AM - Forum: Crops & Plantation Farming - Replies (5)

Good day all. I'm having problem with worm-like creatures that eat my peppers before they ripen. So I'm considering harvesting them when they are mature but still green. Then freeze them for a day or so to kill the worms and then allow them to ripen. Can they still ripen after freezing?

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  How Do I Use Atrazine Herbicide in Corn Farm?
Posted by: Manihot - 08-20-2017, 07:11 PM - Forum: Crops & Plantation Farming - Replies (4)

A lady I knew used atrazine in her farm where she planted maize, cassava and some cucumbers and she complained about poor growth. How is it used?

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  What and what Should I Consider before Building and Poultry House?
Posted by: Trimex - 08-20-2017, 07:03 PM - Forum: Livestock Farming - Replies (3)

Building pen for poultry no be small expense oo. Pls house I'll need advice to avoid story that touch.

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  What is the Best Fungicide for Cucumber Angular Leaf Spot?
Posted by: John@ - 08-20-2017, 06:51 PM - Forum: Crops & Plantation Farming - Replies (5)

From pictures and description of this disease, I suspect they've always plagued my cucumber plants. What is the best fungicide can I use against it?

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  Cucumber Leaves to goat?
Posted by: John@ - 08-20-2017, 06:45 PM - Forum: Livestock Farming - Replies (4)

Will it be harmfull to them? I'm not concern whether they'll eat it or not. I know that animals, goat inclusive, will hardly eat something they are not used to - except it is extremely palatable. But if you starve them and mix the foreign feed into a very palatable feed they'll eat it and soon get use to the foreign feed. The same thing can happen with cucumber leaves. So my major concern is whether cucumber leaves will pose any danger to goats. Any help?

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  fish feeding
Posted by: Bupsiny - 06-23-2017, 07:26 AM - Forum: Aquaculture - Replies (6)

is it in order to feed maggots to fish?

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  pegion pea
Posted by: Bupsiny - 06-23-2017, 07:21 AM - Forum: Crops & Plantation Farming - Replies (2)

wat is the recommended spacing for pegion pea planting and how long does it take from gemination to harvest?

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  tuta absoluta
Posted by: Bupsiny - 06-23-2017, 07:19 AM - Forum: Crops & Plantation Farming - Replies (4)

do we have anyone growing tomatoes here, how are u managing to control tuta absoluta

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  egg laying
Posted by: Bupsiny - 06-23-2017, 07:11 AM - Forum: Livestock Farming - Replies (1)

are muscovy ducks seasonal egg layers or they breed any time of the year?

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  do broilers lay eggs
Posted by: Bupsiny - 06-23-2017, 07:06 AM - Forum: Livestock Farming - Replies (1)

can a broiler chicken lay eggs, if so, are the eggs fertilized and the offsprings thereof, can they be normal broilers as well.

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  water in belly
Posted by: Bupsiny - 06-23-2017, 07:00 AM - Forum: Livestock Farming - Replies (1)

hi, 3 of my broilers died at different days and they all had water, alot of water in the belly. wat cud be the problem

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  I'm glad i found you
Posted by: amitabel - 06-14-2017, 08:33 PM - Forum: Introduction - Replies (1)

i have being searching  for informaction......I m soglad i foundd this site...knowledge is.power...g

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  Secret of successful catfish farming
Posted by: Gbenga - 06-07-2017, 10:34 PM - Forum: Livestock Farming - Replies (1)

Pls can someone teach me secrets of successful catfish farming.I'm into it but not making money

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  age
Posted by: Bupsiny - 06-01-2017, 09:07 PM - Forum: Livestock Farming - Replies (2)

at what age does a female rabbit beggin to have babies

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  Times a goat can give birth
Posted by: Bupsiny - 06-01-2017, 09:03 PM - Forum: Livestock Farming - No Replies

How many times can o female goat give birth in a year?

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  We are moving.
Posted by: Milk_Bone - 05-23-2017, 01:04 AM - Forum: Off-Topic - Replies (3)

Hi.  We are moving to California soon to look after my uncle's business.  I have started searching for our new home.  I have 3 on my list.  Now I need your help about our purchase.  Do you happen to know a reliable company that offers a long term-fixed mortgage?  I really need recommendations.  Thanks for your time.

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