Agriculture – Prime Minister said educated people will change the picture if they farm

Unnao. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was impressed by BTC and TET passport farmer Arvind Kumar, who used to cultivate organic methods. He asked about the start of organic farming and the plants that have been produced so far. He also appealed to other farmers to join organic farming.
The 25-year-old Arvind Kumar, a resident of the village of Rautapur in the Sikanderpur Sarsi block, practices organic farming. Black salt produces rice, wheat, sesame, peanut, melon, and watermelon. He started a group called Namami Gange Organic Farmers and added farmers. Arvind had a virtual chat with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday. The Prime Minister first spoke to Arvind via video conferencing at NIC. Asked about the start of organic farming. Arvind said that the Ganga Yatra came a year and a half ago. It contained information on the promotion of organic farming in the villages on the banks of the Ganges. When he contacted the Agriculture Department, he had the opportunity to participate in the ongoing program in Gujarat. This inspired organic farming. Contacted the officers to know the organic farming method and started work. The Prime Minister asked Arvind about the plants that have so far been prepared using the organic method. Arvind said that in addition to traditional agriculture such as rice and wheat, he also grows sesame, peanut, melon, papaya and watermelon.
The Prime Minister praised Arvind for setting up the Namami Gange Organic Farmers Group to join the farmers. The Prime Minister praised Arvind’s work style and said it was pleasant that young and educated people are now joining the agricultural sector. Not only do scientists earn profits from farming with the method, but they also become Naziris for others. The Prime Minister called on Arvind to motivate more and more farmers to cultivate using organic methods. During this time, the NIC’s deputy director, Dr. Nandkishore, and the district IT officer SK Nigam present.
The Prime Minister asked Arvind about the method of making organic fertilizer. Arvind said that cow dung, cow urine, grams of flour, jaggery and the soil under the banyan tree mix and compost. Add plants to it. After the organic manure, others do not use chemical fertilizers or pesticides. With its use, the harvest is completely healthy.

Unnao. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was impressed by BTC and TET passport farmer Arvind Kumar, who used to cultivate organic methods. He asked about the start of organic farming and the plants that have been produced so far. He also appealed to other farmers to join organic farming.

The 25-year-old Arvind Kumar, a resident of the village of Rautapur in the Sikanderpur Sarsi block, practices organic farming. Black salt produces rice, wheat, sesame, peanut, melon, and watermelon. He started a group called Namami Gange Organic Farmers and added farmers. Arvind had a virtual chat with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday. The Prime Minister first spoke to Arvind via video conferencing at NIC. Asked about the start of organic farming. Arvind said that the Ganga Yatra came a year and a half ago. It contained information on the promotion of organic farming in the villages on the banks of the Ganges. When he contacted the Agriculture Department, he had the opportunity to participate in the ongoing program in Gujarat. This inspired organic farming. Contacted the officers to know the organic farming method and started work. The Prime Minister asked Arvind about the plants that have so far been prepared using the organic method. Arvind said that in addition to traditional agriculture such as rice and wheat, he also grows sesame, peanut, melon, papaya and watermelon.

The Prime Minister praised Arvind for setting up the Namami Gange Organic Farmers Group to join the farmers. The Prime Minister praised Arvind’s work style and said it was pleasant that young and educated people are now joining the agricultural sector. Not only do scientists earn profits from farming with the method, but they also become Naziris for others. The Prime Minister called on Arvind to motivate more and more farmers to cultivate using organic methods. During this time, the NIC’s deputy director, Dr. Nandkishore, and the district IT officer SK Nigam present.

The Prime Minister asked Arvind about the method of making organic fertilizer. Arvind said that cow dung, cow urine, grams of flour, jaggery and the soil under the banyan tree mix and compost. Add plants to it. After the organic manure, others do not use chemical fertilizers or pesticides. With its use, the harvest is completely healthy.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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