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Ashwagandha medicine cultivation in Kasganj
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Kasganj. The corona infection has also taught many lessons to people. During the epidemic, people changed the methods of farming. The tendency of farmers to grow drugs, which are believed to be helpful in boosting immunity, has increased. The medicinal cultivation area in the district has increased by 40 hectares in the last year. Farmers become financially wealthy by making a profit from growing pharmaceuticals.
During the epidemic, people used Ayurvedic drugs copiously to boost immunity. This has increased the farmers’ interest in their cultivation. In the past, hardly any farmer in the district cultivated medicine; today, many farmers cultivate plants with medicinal properties.
The Ministry of Agriculture has also started to sensitize farmers to the cultivation of medicine. Medicinal cultivation is currently being carried out on an area of ​​40 hectares in the district. The farmers associated with the business also benefit from this.
From the statistical point of view
Medicines are grown on a total area of ​​100 hectares in the district.
– More than 50 farmers are involved in the cultivation of medicine.
Cost and profit
The cost of medicinal plants per hectare is 12-20 thousand rupees.
– Profits from medicinal cultivation up to Rs 4-5 lakh per acre.
These drugs are grown in the district-
Lemongrass, khus, ashwagandha, basil, asparagus, safed muesli, garlic, etc. are grown in the county’s land. Farmers sell these plants in the markets of other regions. The department tells farmers how to produce better crops.
Bauer said get away from the indifference of the government
Farmer Shyamcharan says that on paper, farmers are being made aware of growing medicines that local farmers are not getting the government benefits. The farmers have not received any subsidies for growing medicines. Farming at your own expense.
There are guidelines for medicinal cultivation grants every year, but no instructions have been received this time. The support program for the cultivation of medicinal plants is to follow shortly. Farmers are sensitized. Yogesh Kumar, District Horticultural Officer

Kasganj. The corona infection has also taught many lessons to people. During the epidemic, people changed the methods of farming. The tendency of farmers to grow drugs, which are believed to be helpful in boosting immunity, has increased. The medicinal cultivation area in the district has increased by 40 hectares in the last year. Farmers become financially wealthy by making a profit from growing pharmaceuticals.

During the epidemic, people used Ayurvedic drugs copiously to boost immunity. This has increased the farmers’ interest in their cultivation. In the past, hardly any farmer in the district cultivated medicine; today, many farmers cultivate plants with medicinal properties.

The Ministry of Agriculture has also started to sensitize farmers to the cultivation of medicine. Medical cultivation is currently being carried out on an area of ​​40 hectares in the district. The farmers associated with the business also benefit from this.

From the statistical point of view

Medicines are grown on a total area of ​​100 hectares in the district.

– More than 50 farmers are involved in the cultivation of medicine.

Cost and profit

The cost of medicinal plants per hectare is 12-20 thousand rupees.

– Profits from medicinal cultivation up to Rs 4-5 lakh per acre.

These drugs are grown in the district-

Lemongrass, khus, ashwagandha, basil, asparagus, safed muesli, garlic, etc. are grown in the county’s land. Farmers sell these plants in the markets of other regions. The department tells farmers how to produce better crops.

Bauer said get away from the indifference of the government

Farmer Shyamcharan says that on paper, farmers are being made aware of growing medicines that local farmers are not getting the government benefits. The farmers have not received any subsidies for growing medicines. Farming at your own expense.

There are guidelines for medicinal cultivation grants every year, but no instructions have been received this time. The support program for the cultivation of medicinal plants is to follow shortly. Farmers are sensitized. Yogesh Kumar, District Horticultural Officer

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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