How to Cultivate Cassava With High Yield and Low Consumption
2016-11-11At present, China's cassava industry has developed rapidly, but still encounter some problems, such as cassava yield is low, low starch content, variety maturity with unreasonable, extensive cultivation, less investment, cultivation of unscientific, low economic efficiency, high yield and efficient production of cassava Technology promotion area is small.Cassava cultivation technology level to be further improved.and, cassava processing enterprises raw material shortage, production discontinuity, poor efficiency, is also an important factor restricting the development of cassava industry. Therefore, the study of cassava high yield and high efficiency cultivation techniques, improve the overall technical level of cassava cultivation, improve processing enterprises production efficiency, to promote the development of cassava industry has far-reaching significance.
Cassava deep plowing technology: deep subsoiling machine for deep plowing the soil, so that the soil sent without turning, keep the plow layer structure, which will help the soil water and fertilizer, improve cassava drought resistance, and promote tuber enlargement.
Change the habit of planting: the promotion of mulching plastic film mulching type flat plug way. From the mulching of plastic film mulching and planting methods of flat and fast emergence, tory burch outlet, high seedling rate, the habit of ditching the stems of the ditch flat way of emergence 15 to 20 days, the emergence rate of more than 5 percentage points, and emergence neat, loose soil , Conducive to tuber enlargement and fresh potato harvest.
Cassava stalk crushing back to field technology: According to testing, cassava stems are rich in nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other nutrients and organic matter. Cassava stalk crushed to field, not only solved the problem of cassava stalk stacking, but also to improve the soil structure, increase soil organic matter and nutrient content, turning waste into treasure.Increase fertilizer inputs, and further improve the land yield and economic benefits.