• Ginger belongs to the Zingiberaceae family.
  • It is a perennial herbaceous plant that is a major spice crop around the world.
  • India is the world's greatest producer and exporter, accounting for more than 70 percent of global production.

• Soil- Ginger will grow optimally in loam soil that is high in organic matter and well-aerated soil.

• pH- 6.0 and 6.5

• Climate-  warm and humid weather.

• Temperature- The Plant requires a minimum temperature of 15.5°C.

• Rainfall- 1300-1500 mm of water during its crop cycle.

  • After planting, the first light irrigation is applied.
  • Irrigations are given every ten days.
  • There were a total of 16-18 irrigations.
  • One month before harvest, irrigation is turned off and the rhizome clumps are gently extracted with a spade or digging fork.
  • Ginger is grown as a rain-fed crop in places with high rainfall (uniform distribution for 5 to 7 months).
  • During its crop cycle, ginger requires 1300-1500 mm of water.
  • Weeding is done right before fertilizer application and mulching; depending on the severity of weed development, 2-3 hand weedings are required.
  • When there is water stagnation, proper drainage routes must be created.
  • Earthing up is necessary to prevent rhizome exposure and to provide appropriate soil volume for rhizome development.
  • It's done 45 and 90 days following planting, right after weeding and fertilizer application.