Horticulture Will Be Set Up In 50 Hectares And Nursery Will Be Set Up In One Hectare


PDDU Nagar. Various fruit orchards will flourish in the villages along the Ganges. The Horticulture Department has taken the initiative for this. A target has been fixed to establish horticulture in 50 hectares and nursery in one hectare in the district. Grant will be given to the candidates who plant horticulture. For this, they have to apply on the website of the department. The amount will be sent directly to the account from the government level.
Under the Namami Gange scheme, more than 40 villages on the banks of the Ganges have been selected in the district. Solid-liquid waste management system was implemented in these villages to keep Ganga pollution free. Now there is a plan to plant horticulture in the villages along the banks of the Ganges. Its responsibility has been entrusted to the Horticulture Department. A target of 50 hectares has been given in the district. Farmers can plant orchards of various shady and fruit-bearing trees in their fields on the banks of the Ganges. Gram Panchayats can also set up plant nurseries. For one hectare nursery, the department will give a grant of Rs 7.50 lakh. The standards of the government have been set for the farmers cultivating horticulture. According to this, horticulture can be planted in a maximum of one hectare of land with a minimum of 0.20 hectares. Horticulture will be verified every third month by the Horticulture Inspectors. If everything goes well, then in the first phase, incentive amount will be sent to the farmers’ account at the rate of Rs 3,000 per month for eight months. The money will reach the farmers’ account directly through DBT. Farmers will get incentive amount for 36 months if the scheme is implemented properly according to the standard. Three thousand rupees will be sent per month for three years. The scheme will be implemented in the villages of Chahniyan, Niamatabad and Dhanapur blocks situated on the banks of Ganga.
Horticulture will be planted in the villages along the Ganges. A target of 50 hectares has been set in the district. Incentive amount will be paid to the farmers engaged in horticulture.
Alka Srivastava, Horticulture Officer

PDDU Nagar. Various fruit orchards will flourish in the villages along the Ganges. The Horticulture Department has taken the initiative for this. A target has been fixed to establish horticulture in 50 hectares and nursery in one hectare in the district. Grant will be given to the candidates who plant horticulture. For this, they have to apply on the website of the department. The amount will be sent directly to the account from the government level.

Under the Namami Gange scheme, more than 40 villages have been selected on the banks of the Ganges in the district. Solid-liquid waste management system was implemented in these villages to keep Ganga pollution free. Now there is a plan to plant horticulture in the villages along the banks of the Ganges. Its responsibility has been entrusted to the Horticulture Department. A target of 50 hectares has been given in the district. Farmers can plant orchards of various shady and fruit-bearing trees in their fields on the banks of the Ganges. Gram Panchayats can also set up plant nurseries. For one hectare nursery, the department will give a grant of Rs 7.50 lakh. The standards of the government have been set for the farmers doing horticulture cultivation. According to this, horticulture can be planted in a maximum of one hectare of land with a minimum of 0.20 hectares. Horticulture will be verified every third month by the Horticulture Inspectors. If everything goes well, then in the first phase, incentive amount will be sent to the farmers’ account at the rate of Rs 3,000 per month for eight months. The money will reach the farmers’ account directly through DBT. Farmers will get incentive amount for 36 months if the scheme is implemented properly according to the standard. Three thousand rupees will be sent per month for three years. The scheme will be implemented in the villages of Chahaniyan, Niamatabad and Dhanapur blocks situated on the banks of Ganga.

Horticulture will be planted in the villages along the Ganges. A target of 50 hectares has been set in the district. Incentive amount will be paid to the farmers engaged in horticulture.

Alka Srivastava, Horticulture Officer

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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