Green manure is made from the frame

Gyanpur In order to increase the fertility of the fields that have become lifeless due to chemical fertilizers, the district will supply 200 quintals of Dhaincha seeds. After the approval of the first phase, the agricultural department started sales. If all goes well, the deliveries will start soon and be distributed to the farmers as well. The Seed Development Corporation was entrusted with the responsibility for the seed supply.
Over 50,000 hectares of land in the district grow wheat and rice during the Rabi and Kharif seasons. Farmers are increasingly using chemical fertilizers to get a good yield. This gradually reduces the fertility of the soil. Farmers sow Dhaincha to increase soil fertility with green manure. Last year around 400 quintals of seeds were sold in the district. This year the delivery of 200 quintal seeds was approved in the first phase. The price is around 70 rupees kg. Farmers receive grants for seeds. However, the grant has not yet been decided. It is assumed that 50 percent grant will be set as in other years.
Deputy Director of Agriculture Arvind Singh said that Dhaincha sowing for green manure would start in May. Within 40 to 60 days of sowing the crop should be deep plowed and the crop added to the soil. It is necessary to have sufficient moisture in the field while turning green manure. It is best to have green manure before flowering in the harvest. 20 kg of seeds are sufficient for sowing per Bigha Dhaincha. He said the amount of bacterial substances and nutrients in the country is increasing. The nutrient uptake is minimal. At the same time, the storage capacity of nutrients is increased. The country’s water holding, storage and air circulation capacity is increasing. The activity of beneficial bacteria that work in the land is also increasing. With the increase in crop production, the quality is also good. He announced that at this stage the delivery of 200 quintal seeds was approved. Seeds are expected to arrive soon.

Gyanpur In order to increase the fertility of the fields that have become lifeless due to chemical fertilizers, the district will supply 200 quintals of Dhaincha seeds. After the approval of the first phase, the agricultural department started sales. If all goes well, the deliveries will start soon and be distributed to the farmers as well. The Seed Development Corporation was entrusted with the responsibility for the seed supply.

Over 50,000 hectares of land in the district grow wheat and rice during the Rabi and Kharif seasons. Farmers are increasingly using chemical fertilizers to get a good yield. This gradually reduces the fertility of the soil. Farmers sow Dhaincha to increase soil fertility with green manure. Last year around 400 quintals of seeds were sold in the district. This year the delivery of 200 quintal seeds was approved in the first phase. The price is around 70 rupees kg. Farmers receive grants for seeds. However, the grant has not yet been decided. It is assumed that 50 percent grant will be set as in other years.

Deputy Director of Agriculture Arvind Singh said that Dhaincha sowing for green manure would start in May. Within 40 to 60 days of sowing the crop should be deep plowed and the crop added to the soil. It is necessary to have sufficient moisture in the field while turning green manure. It is best to have green manure before flowering in the harvest. 20 kg of seeds are sufficient for sowing per Bigha Dhaincha. He said the amount of bacterial substances and nutrients in the country is increasing. The nutrient uptake is minimal. At the same time, the storage capacity of nutrients is increased. The country’s water holding, storage and air circulation capacity is increasing. The activity of beneficial bacteria that work in the land is also increasing. With the increase in crop production, the quality is also good. He announced that at this stage the delivery of 200 quintal seeds was approved. Seeds are expected to arrive soon.

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