Hadaga is a perennial fodder crop with good nutritional value of dicotyledonous species giving year round vegetation.
Estimated Nutritional Value of Green Area in Hadaga Protein 18.43, Fat 3.38, Fiber 34.30, Carbohydrate 46.45.
Perennial 10 years More cuts Pest and disease free Hadaga (Sesbania grandiflora) is a tree.
The clan Fabaceae is also known as Agastya or Agusta.
The growth of this tree is instantaneous.
The plant has white, yellowish white or reddish flowers.
Cultivation method: -
They can be planted on or near the embankment. Also, if fodder is to be planted on vacant land, it can be planted densely with a spacing of 4-6 feet between two rows.
Water planning: -
Initially water should be given after 10 to 12 days, during monsoon and after the end of monsoon there is no need to give water for 1 month. Once the tree grows, water it after 8-10 days as required.
With proper feeding and watering, plants grow 8-10 feet in 2-3 months for the first harvest. Then place a 3 foot bundha at the bottom and cut off all the upper parts. After that, a large number of branches come to that bud. After 20-25 days, large branches should be removed for fodder.