Increased inclination of farmers to cultivate sugar cane

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Increased inclination of farmers to cultivate sugar cane
Maharajganj. The farmers’ confidence in sugar cane cultivation has been strengthened. In the 2020 survey, the area under cultivation of sugar cane was 16,500. In the survey this time, this number reached about 18 thousand hectares. The growth of over 1400 hectares shows that the farmers’ interest in growing sugar cane is increasing again.
There was a time when sugar factories operated in the district in Farenda, Ghughli, Siswa, and Gadaura. It was called the Purvanchal Sugar Bowl. Over time, the Ferenda and Ghughli sugar factories were gradually closed. When the Gadaura sugar factory stopped operating for two years after failing to pay the fees and being embroiled in a lawsuit, farmers became disillusioned with growing sugar cane. Due to the efforts of the administration, the sugar cane department and the mill management, the Gadaura sugar factory, which was closed for two years, not only paved the way for the old payment of the farmers, but also the farmers’ trend towards sugar cane again in the 2020-21 shredding season. If the Gadaura and Siswa sugar factories operate regularly, the name of the district will be determined at the state level in the area of ​​sugar production. Jagdish District Sugar Cane Commissioner Chandra Yadav said the growing trend among farmers to grow sugar cane is good news. This will encourage other farmers.
Increase recorded in three councils
This time around 9500 hectares in Siswa Parishad, around 5100 hectares in Ghughli Parishad, around 2950 hectares in Gadaura Parishad and around 500 hectares in Farenda are planted under sugar cane. This time there has been an increase in all three councils except Farenda. With the increase in the sugar cane cultivation area, the farmers of the Siswa and Gadora regions will get maximum benefit from it.

Increased inclination of farmers to cultivate sugar cane

Maharajganj. The farmers’ confidence in sugar cane cultivation has increased. In the 2020 survey, the area under cultivation of sugar cane was 16,500. In this survey, that number has reached almost 18 thousand hectares. The growth of over 1400 hectares shows that the farmers’ interest in growing sugar cane is increasing again.

There was a time when sugar factories operated in the district in Farenda, Ghughli, Siswa and Gadaura. It was called the Purvanchal Sugar Bowl. Over time, the Ferenda and Ghughli sugar factories were gradually closed. When the Gadaura sugar factory stopped operating for two years after failing to pay the fees and being embroiled in a lawsuit, farmers became disillusioned with growing sugar cane. Through the efforts of the administration, the sugar cane department and the mill management, the Gadaura sugar factory, which was closed for two years, not only paved the way for the old payment of the farmers, but also the trend of the farmers back to sugar cane in the 2020-21 shredding season. If the Gadaura and Siswa sugar factories operate regularly, the name of the district will be determined at the state level in the area of ​​sugar production. District sugar cane commissioner Jagdish Chandra Yadav said the growing trend among farmers to grow sugar cane is good news. This will encourage other farmers.

Increase recorded in three councils

This time around 9500 hectares in Siswa Parishad, around 5100 hectares in Ghughli Parishad, around 2950 hectares in Gadaura Parishad and around 500 hectares in Farenda are planted under sugar cane. This time there has been an increase in all three councils except Farenda. With the increase in the sugar cane cultivation area, the farmers of the Siswa and Gadora regions will get maximum benefit from it.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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