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Chitrakoot In the summer season, chari is a profitable business for farmers at a low cost. This gives the animals green fodder, while the farmers’ economic condition is strengthened by the harvest. More was sown in the villages bordering the city. It’ll be ready in about a month and a half.
In summer the farmers sow Chari (Jowar) in their open fields. The name Sudan and MP stand in between. Once the feed is ready it is available to their animals and farmers can make a profit by selling the rest in the market.
Many farmers have sown it in Rajapur, Mau, hill areas like Sonepur, Tezpur, Bankat, Kantipur, Kashai, etc. next to the district headquarters. Murali, Ratibhan and Bacha farmers from Sonepur village said they have been sowing the chari harvest for three years. It has higher profits at a lower cost. The harvest will be ready in a month and a half to two months. About a fifth of feed is sold for 250 rupees.
District Agriculture Commissioner Vasant Dubey said about 30 kg of seed per acre and five kg of seed are planted in a bigha. The animal department works on promoting forage crops.

Chitrakoot In the summer season, chari is a profitable business for farmers at a low cost. This gives the animals green fodder, while the farmers’ economic condition is strengthened by the harvest. More was sown in the villages bordering the city. It’ll be ready in about a month and a half.

In summer the farmers sow Chari (Jowar) in their open fields. The name Sudan and MP stand in between. Once the feed is ready it is available to their animals and farmers can make a profit by selling the rest in the market.

Many farmers have sown it in Rajapur, Mau, hill areas like Sonepur, Tezpur, Bankat, Kantipur, Kashai, etc. next to the district headquarters. Murali, Ratibhan and Bacha farmers from Sonepur village said they have been sowing the chari harvest for three years. It has higher profits at a lower cost. The harvest will be ready in a month and a half to two months. About a fifth of feed is sold for 250 rupees.

District Agriculture Commissioner Vasant Dubey said about 30 kg of seed per acre and five kg of seed are planted in a bigha. The animal department works on promoting forage crops.

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