Light to moderate rainfall reported in the agricultural plains of Punjab, K.P & Balochistan and however light rainfall reported in the agricultural plains Sindh, G.B & Kashmir during the last decade.
Day and night temperatures are slightly normal are expected in most of the agricultural plains of the country during the decade.
Mostly cloudy weather is expected during the decade. However heavy rain is expected in most parts of the province including Rawalpindi, Lahore, Gujranwala & Sargodha divisions and light to moderate is expected in Bahawalpur, D.G Khan, Faisalabad & Multan divisions from 11th to 14th and light to moderate rainfall is expected at scattered places in Punjab from 17th to 20th of the decade.
Mainly dry weather is expected during the decade. However light rainfall reported in Hyderabad, Larkana, Sukkur & Mirpurkhas divisions from 11th to 13th, 15th to 16th & 18th to 19th of the decade.
Mainly cloudy weather is expected in the province. However light to moderate rainfall (with light snowfall over the hills) is expected in Bannu, Hazara, Peshawar, Kohat, Mardan & D.I Khan division during the decade.
Mainly cold weather is expected in most parts of the Balochistan however light to moderate rain (with light snowfall over the hills) is expected in Quetta, Zhob, Sibbi, & Kalat from 11th to 14th and 17th to 19th of the decade.
Mainly cold and cloudy weather is expected in most parts of the G.B however light to moderate rain (with light snowfall over the hills) is expected Gilgit, Skardu & Hunza during the decade.
Widespread rain-thunderstorm (with snowfall over the hills) is expected in most parts of the Kashmir including Muzzaffarabad, Rawalakot, Kotli during the decade.
Normal wind pattern may prevail in most of the agricultural plains of the country during the decade.
Wheat crop is in tillering/shooting/heading stages. Farmers are advised to stop irrigation the crops by keeping in view the expected rain in the agricultural plains of Punjab, KP & upper Sindh.
At this stage of wheat crop, farmers should control weeds further growth by manual practices or any recommended spray.
Farmers of irrigated/barani areas are advised to remove weeds from the fields, so that the present soil moisture may fully be utilized.
Farmers in the lower half of the country especially those in central regions are advised to take up poultry rearing houses to maintain optimum room temperature and take care against the rapid changes in air temperature and relative humidity.
Removing weeds from the standing crops is very important as weeds utilize moisture and food which may be utilized by the crop. As a result considerable loss in yield occurs every year. However operations against weeds should be started using weedicides or manually when the crop completely covers the fields.
Farmers are advised to ensure field sanitation and spray prophylactic fungicidal aprays to prevent spread of diseases on vegetables.