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Saharapur. The scientists at Krishi Vigyan Kendra will give the farmers tips on how to produce exportable Basmati. Farmers are made aware of the use of organic pesticides in Basmati cultivation. So that the Basmati of the district can meet the foreign standards. To this end, farmers are provided with online information.
The demand for Indian basmati rice is great worldwide. Basmati rice must meet foreign standards for export. Many years ago it was found that the residues of chemical pesticides in Indian basmati rice exceeded standards. This affected the export of basmati rice to America and European countries. With this in mind, the scientific farmers of Krishi Vigyan Kendra are encouraged to use biological agents to control diseases and pests in Basmati rice. Using organic pesticides will not only lower the cost of the harvest, but also control the amount of pesticides in basmati rice.
Basmati is grown on 48 thousand hectares in the district
Paddy is grown in the district on an area of ​​60,000 hectares. Of this, the area under cultivation of various types of basmati rice remains about 48 thousand hectares. Pusa Basmati – 370, Pusa Basmati – 01, Pusa Basmati – 1121, Pusa Basmati – 1637, Pusa Basmati – 1718, Pusa Basmati – 1509, Tarawari, etc. species are prominent.
The person in charge of Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dr. IK Kushwaha, announced that farmers will soon receive tips on growing exportable basmati paddy. Basmati paddy is commonly attacked by pests and diseases such as stem borer, leaf moth, Gandhi bug, vaginal rot, cervical vertebrae, and brown spots. As a preventive measure, agronomists inform farmers about ecological methods.

Saharapur. The scientists at Krishi Vigyan Kendra will give the farmers tips on how to produce exportable Basmati. Farmers are made aware of the use of organic pesticides in Basmati cultivation. So that the Basmati of the district can meet the foreign standards. To this end, farmers are provided with online information.

The demand for Indian basmati rice is great worldwide. Basmati rice must meet foreign standards for export. Many years ago it was found that the residues of chemical pesticides in Indian basmati rice exceeded standards. This affected the export of basmati rice to America and European countries. With this in mind, the scientific farmers of Krishi Vigyan Kendra are encouraged to use biological agents to control diseases and pests in Basmati rice. Using organic pesticides will not only lower the cost of the harvest, but also control the amount of pesticides in basmati rice.

Basmati is grown on 48 thousand hectares in the district

Paddy is grown in the district on an area of ​​60,000 hectares. Of this, the area under cultivation of various types of basmati rice remains about 48 thousand hectares. Pusa Basmati – 370, Pusa Basmati – 01, Pusa Basmati – 1121, Pusa Basmati – 1637, Pusa Basmati – 1718, Pusa Basmati – 1509, Tarawari, etc. species are prominent.

The person in charge of Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dr. IK Kushwaha, announced that farmers will soon receive tips on growing exportable basmati paddy. Basmati paddy is commonly attacked by pests and diseases such as stem borer, leaf moth, Gandhi bug, vaginal rot, cervical vertebrae, and brown spots. As a preventive measure, agronomists inform farmers about ecological methods.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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