Farmers will be able to sell their crops anywhere in the country through agricultural e-marts, and facilities will be available through public consumer centers

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The district’s farmers don’t have to wander around selling fruit and grain. E-Mart allows farmers to sell their crops from home in every corner of the country. Farmers can purchase this system from Jan Suvidha Kendras. For this, the farmers have to register with Jan Suvidha Kendra. Registration will be completely free. This option will prove to be very beneficial for farmers who produce one crop or another each year, but who have to sell the crop at throwaway prices in local markets due to a lack of sales platforms.
Pilibhit is included in the category of the agriculturally dominant districts of the state. Rice, wheat and sugar cane are grown here. Although some farmers also grow vegetables, mentha, bananas, etc. At the same time, some conscious farmers also grow crops grown overseas such as black wheat, black paddy, ice cube watermelon, cucumber, strawberries, etc. to either sell their crops by taking them to the subway , or they must be sold in the local market at throwaway prices. For this reason, the farmers in the district are also disaffected with the new harvests. Here, farmers who grow modern and new crops no longer have to wander to sell. The E-Mart facility has been launched in more than 2000 public shopping malls in the district. Those who register with E-Mart can sell their crops in any corner of the country from the comfort of their homes. The special thing is that you can get a fair price for this harvest as well. In this context, farmers have also started to register with the Jan Suvidha Kendras.
This is how sales are handled through E-Mart
The farmer has to register on the E-Mart portal by visiting the Jan Suvidha Kendra. This registration will be free of charge. Farmers also need to enter the information about what crop and its quantity on the portal. Then the companies and buyers associated with the portal bid on the respective culture. The representative of the bidding company on whose behalf the bid is left will visit the site and purchase the crop from the farmer concerned. What is special is that before the harvest is harvested, 100% of the harvest is credited to the farmer’s account. Because of this, the harvest will be sold by the farmer sitting at home and the profit will be higher than its local market price.
These documents are required for registration
At Jan Suvidha Kendra, farmers are required to provide PAN card, voter card, utility bill for address, driver’s license / bank account for identification for registration. Jan Suvidha Kendra operators will upload these documents on the farmer’s registration form.
I had grown some new crops in the past, including black wheat and black paddy, but struggled to sell. Was forced to sell it in the local market itself at throwaway prices. Hopefully E-Mart will be of great use. When the sales problem is resolved, there will be no problem in producing new varieties of plants. – Gurmangat Singh, farmer, Simaria Taluke Maharajpur
This year I planted an improved variety of watermelons and melon crops. The harvest was good too. But the traders in the local market paid lower prices. Because of this, it was difficult to cover the costs. I thought of taking the harvest out and selling it, but all the obstacles came. For fear of being spoiled, he had to sell the harvest at the local market. Balkar Singh, farmer, Khandepur
The E-Mart system was started by Jan Suvidha Kendras. This possibility will prove to be advantageous for the farmers, they do not have to wander back and forth to sell the harvest and the entire amount of the harvest is also available to the farmer himself during the purchase. So far, more than 500 farmers are registered in the district. – Shubham Siddhartha, District Manager, CSC

The district’s farmers don’t have to wander around selling fruit and grain. E-Mart allows farmers to sell their crops from home in every corner of the country. Farmers can purchase this system from Jan Suvidha Kendras. For this, the farmers have to register with Jan Suvidha Kendra. Registration will be completely free. This option will prove to be very beneficial for farmers who produce one crop or another each year, but who have to sell the crop at throwaway prices in local markets due to a lack of sales platforms.

Pilibhit is included in the category of the agriculturally dominant districts of the state. Rice, wheat and sugar cane are grown here. Although some farmers also grow vegetables, mentha, bananas, etc. At the same time, some conscious farmers also grow crops grown overseas such as black wheat, black paddy, ice cube watermelon, cucumber, strawberries, etc. to either sell their crops by taking them to the subway , or they have to sell them in the local market at throwaway prices. For this reason, the farmers in the district are also disaffected with the new harvests. Here, farmers who grow modern and new crops no longer have to wander to sell. The E-Mart facility has been launched in more than 2000 public shopping malls in the district. Those who register with E-Mart can sell their crops in any corner of the country from the comfort of their homes. The special thing is that you can get a fair price for this harvest as well. In this context, farmers have also started to register with the Jan Suvidha Kendras.

This is how sales are handled through E-Mart

The farmer has to register on the E-Mart portal by visiting the Jan Suvidha Kendra. This registration will be free of charge. Farmers also need to enter the information about what crop and its quantity on the portal. Then the companies and buyers associated with the portal bid on the respective culture. The representative of the bidding company on whose behalf the bid is left will visit the site and purchase the crop from the farmer concerned. What is special is that before the harvest is harvested, 100% of the harvest is credited to the farmer’s account. Because of this, the harvest will be sold by the farmer sitting at home and the profit will be higher than its local market price.

These documents are required for registration

At Jan Suvidha Kendra, farmers are required to provide PAN card, voter card, utility bill for address, driver’s license / bank account for identification for registration. Jan Suvidha Kendra operators will upload these documents on the farmer’s registration form.

I had grown some new crops in the past, including black wheat and black paddy, but I had to struggle to sell. Was forced to sell it in the local market itself at throwaway prices. Hopefully E-Mart will be of great use. When the sales problem is resolved, there will be no problem in producing new varieties of plants. – Gurmangat Singh, farmer, Simaria Taluke Maharajpur

This year I planted an improved variety of watermelons and melon crops. The harvest was good too. But the traders in the local market paid lower prices. Because of this, it was difficult to cover the costs. I thought of taking the harvest out and selling it, but all the obstacles came. For fear of being spoiled, he had to sell the harvest at the local market. Balkar Singh, farmer, Khandepur

The E-Mart system was started by Jan Suvidha Kendras. This possibility will prove to be advantageous for the farmers, they do not have to wander back and forth to sell the harvest and the entire amount of the harvest is also available to the farmer himself during the purchase. So far, more than 500 farmers are registered in the district. – Shubham Siddhartha, District Manager, CSC

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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