Farmers became successful by growing legumes and oilseeds

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Gyanpur. The Kharif productivity seminar and district-level oilseed fair were organized by the Ministry of Agriculture in Lalanagar on Thursday. In doing so, emphasis was placed on modern and ecological agriculture. Farmers were motivated to become successful through medicinal agriculture and growing legumes and oilseeds. The main guest, District Judge Aryaka Akhouri, opened the seminar by lighting a lamp on the Saraswati statue. He said farmers should move away from traditional farming. The government grants them grants through various programs. Deputy Agriculture Director Arvind Singh said there is oilseed land in the region that can be profitable from growing oilseeds. The cultivation of pulses and oilseeds is promoted. In addition to medicinal cultivation, the cultivation of useful plants such as bananas, papaya and mushrooms is also promoted. Gave information on all types of agricultural investments, agricultural machinery subsidies from the Ministry of Agriculture. Krishi Vigyan’s agronomist Kendra Bejwan Dr. Manoj Kumar provided extensive information on crop protection. Mushroom cultivation and its benefits were explained. Dr. RP Chaudhary gave detailed information about the cultivation of Tur, Urd, Moong. I was told that the Arhar species Narendra-2, Malviya Wunder, should be sown at an amount of 8-10 kg per hectare after being explored with Trichoderma or Rhizobium cultures. District Horticultural Commissioner Sunil Kumar announced plans to protect trees for three years at a rate of three thousand per month by planting fruit trees such as mango, amla, guava, etc. Sprinkler sets are also 90 percent subsidized. Chief Development Officer Shri Bhanu Pratap Singh explained the importance of the seminar. Farmers were asked to adopt the technology communicated by agricultural officials and scientists. In the quiz program of the Kisan Mela, 10 farmers were rewarded. The DM, together with other officials, checked the stands that were set up by various departments at the fair.

Gyanpur. The Kharif productivity seminar and district-level oilseed fair were organized by the Ministry of Agriculture in Lalanagar on Thursday. In doing so, emphasis was placed on modern and ecological agriculture. Farmers were motivated to become successful through medicinal agriculture and growing legumes and oilseeds. The main guest, District Judge Aryaka Akhouri, opened the seminar by lighting a lamp on the Saraswati statue. He said farmers should move away from traditional farming. The government grants them grants through various programs. Deputy Agriculture Director Arvind Singh said there is oilseed land in the region that can be profitable from growing oilseeds. The cultivation of pulses and oilseeds is promoted. In addition to medicinal cultivation, the cultivation of useful plants such as bananas, papaya and mushrooms is also promoted. Gave information on all types of agricultural investments, agricultural machinery subsidies from the Ministry of Agriculture. The agricultural scientist Dr. Manoj Kumar from Krishi Vigyan Kendra Bejwan gave detailed information on crop protection. Mushroom cultivation and its benefits were explained. Dr. RP Chaudhary gave detailed information about the cultivation of Tur, Urd, Moong. I was told that the Arhar species Narendra-2, Malviya Wunder, should be sown at an amount of 8-10 kg per hectare after being explored with Trichoderma or Rhizobium cultures. District Horticultural Commissioner Sunil Kumar provided information about the plans and said that for tree protection for three years at the rate of three thousand per month for planting fruit trees such as mango, amla, guava, etc. Sprinkler kits are also subsidized at 90 percent. Chief Development Officer Shri Bhanu Pratap Singh explained the importance of the seminar. Farmers have been asked to adopt the technology provided by agricultural officials and scientists. In the quiz program of the Kisan Mela, 10 farmers were rewarded. The DM, together with other officials, checked the stands that were set up by various departments at the fair.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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