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Registered Fruit Plant Nersery Directory for 2015
Written by krishan_new   
Wednesday, 08 July 2015 05:58

Seed Certification Service Launches Registered Fruit plant Nursery Directory for 2015

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ග්ලයිපොසෙට් තහනම්
Written by krishan_new   
Friday, 05 June 2015 08:48
ග්ලයිපොසෙට් පලිබෝධනාශකය වැවිලි බෝග ස‍ඳහා හැරෙන්නට අනෙකුත් සියළු බෝග වගාවන් සඳහා භාවිතා කිරීම වහාම ක්‍රියාත්මක වන පරිදි තහනම් කිරීමට කෘෂිකර්ම අමාත්‍යවරයා විසින් තීරණය කර ඇත. ඒ අනුව ග්ලයිපොසෙට් ආනයනය සඳහා අනුමැතිය දීම වහාම ක්‍රියාත්මක වන පරිදි නවතා දමා ඇත. පළිබෝධනාශක වෙලඳසැල්වල ඇති ග්ලයිපොසෙට් ආපසු එකතුකර ගැනීම සඳහා කෘෂි රසායන සමාගම්වලට මසක කාල පරිච්ඡේදයක් ලබාදී ඇත. ඒ අනුව ලංකාවේ සෑම දිස්ත්‍රික්කයකම මෙම වල් නාශකය භාවිතය තහනම් වන අතර තේ වගාව ඇතුළු වැවිලි බෝග සඳහා පමණක් ග්ලයිපොසෙට් වල් නාශකය තේ පර්යේෂණ ආයතනයේ අනුමැතිය සහිතව සමාගම් වලින් ලබා ගැනීමට ඉදිරියේදී කටයුතු සම්පාදනය කෙරේ. කෙසේ වුවද ලංකාවට ගෙන ඒම සඳහා දැනටමත් නැව්ගත කර ඇති ග්ලයිපොසෙට් ප්‍රමාණය ලංකාවට ගෙනඒමට අවසර දෙනු ලබන අතර ඒවා වැවිලි සමාගම්වල භාවිතය සඳහා පමණක් යොදවනු ඇත.
 
Weather update – South West Monsoon Rains – 2015 Yala season
Written by krishan_new   
Tuesday, 07 July 2015 04:07

After having a late onset of the season by about almost two weeks, the south west monsoon has been failed to blow over the island with its usual strength resulting below average rainfall in most parts of the Wet zone where the south west monsoon usually brings heavy rains.

It is highly likely that rest of the south west monsoon rainy season up to September is also going be in the Below Normal category according to the latest long-range weather forecasts issued by the Meteorological agencies. Thus, all districts in the island may experience below average rainfall in coming months of the current Yala season. However, Dry zone districts may continue to experience occasional late afternoon short-duration showers or thunder showers.

Meanwhile, almost all irrigation tanks in the country have a fairly good storage to continue the rest of the season in irrigated agriculture. But, both Dry and Intermediate zones where these tanks are concentrated do not usually receive substantial rains during rest of the season until mid September. Thus, it is necessary to use available storage in these tanks sparingly to minimize the risk of a water shortage situation at the tail end of the season.

Please note that this weather communiqué will be updated regularly during the rest of the season in consultation with the Colombo Met office and accessing other international Met agencies.

 

 
Seed suppliers directory of Paddy,Vegitables and other field crops for 2015 yala season
Written by krishan_new   
Tuesday, 19 May 2015 07:47

Seed Certification Service Launches Seed Suppliers Directory of Paddy, Vegetables and Other Field Crops for 2015 Yala Season.

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Weather update –south west monsoon rains-2015 yala season (Late may to early august)

 

The current intermittent rainy weather of evening thundershowers may likely to dissipate within a week or so typifying the end of First Inter Monsoon rains of 2015 and leaving the room to develop south west monsoon rains at the end of May.

But, almost all local, regional and global meteorological agencies have agreed that 2015 south west monsoon rains are more likely to be in the below normal window. However, usual onset time - after third week of May - will not deviate much from the normal. This forecast has a considerable weightage as two major global ocean-atmospheric phenomenon which impose significant bearing on the south west monsoon circulation of our region, namely, El Nino type circulation in the eastern Pacific ocean and Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) in the Indian ocean are likely act on it negatively during this season

If south west monsoon rains are going to be weak, the inflows to the country's major reservoirs whose catchment directly lies in the Wet zone or other reservoirs in Dry and Intermediate zones with trans-basin diversions of rivers originating from Central Hills (Ex. Mahaweli Systems) may run in to a problem of continuous depleting water levels once the water issues are commenced. Even though, at present water levels of the country's major reservoirs remain at a very satisfactory level, aforesaid probable situation may lead to a danger of mid-season water scarcity. It is also pertinent to borne in mind that very high evaporative rates (6-8 mm/day) will continue to experience in the Dry and Intermediate zones during the rest of the Yala season only with some occasional showers until mid September.

Therefore, please be advised to commence the land preparation at earliest possible and complete it within a very short period of time to ensure a minimum use of available water in the tanks. Both on-farm and head-water issues should also schedule in such a way that a maximum amount water to be saved in the tank at every water issue. As in other Yala seasons, only 3 to 3.5 months age-class should be considered and by no means should present water levels of the reservoirs be considered in deciding age class of the varieties of this season.

 

Please note that this weather communique will be updated regularly during the rest of the season in consultation with the Met agencies.

 

 
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