Many people say, ginger farming will spoil the soil fertility, is this true?
can any experts answer to my question?
i am planning to grow ginger in 4 acre as an intercrop with silver tree/hebbevu, but many of my friends scaring me saying that it spoils soil fertility and affect my silver trees as well.
can anyone help me in getting reliable information.
1) Select healthy rhizomes free from diseases (rhizome rot and leaf spot) and pests (rhizome fly).
2) Sprouted rhizomes are broken into pieces keeping 2-3 sprouted eye buds on each rhizome.
3) Each piece should be 2.5-5 cm long and 20-25 g in weight.
Ginger can be planted from start of May up to middle of June.2nd forth night of May is found to be the best time for planting of ginger.