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Bundled Kochaya greens.
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Nepal: Increased demand for Kochaya greens in cities
Maharajganj. Sohgibarwan Wildlife Division’s forests are full of natural vegetation. The demand for Kochaya green, which has been used in food since ancient times, has now increased significantly in many cities in Nepal. People in Nepal taste it by paying a good price. Aside from many nutrients, including iron, minerals, medicinal properties are also found in this fern species plant.
Kishundhari, Belwari, Beila, Gopal, people of the Musahar community, which borders the Nichlaul, Madhavaliya and Shivpur forests of Sohgibarwan Wildlife Division, said that during rainy days, the yield of Kochaya green in the forests increases. This green is produced in abundance every year on the banks of rivers and streams between the forests. Saag is sold more in Nepal. This is how we work in the rainy season.
Traders come here
On the other side of the border, traders gather in Susta, Guti Parsauni, Sakardinhi, Maheshpur, Chaman Tola, Bhagatpurwa, Germa, Vishunpura, Padri. The demand for this green is in Nawalparasi, Chitwan, Kathmandu and other cities of the nation of Nepal.
Iron and minerals are abundant in this green. These vegetables are only produced four months a year. It grows on the banks of rivers, streams between the forests. It’s easy to spot. Medicinal properties can also be found in it. It is very useful for stomach ailments.
-Pauvnesh Kushwaha, Speaker, Botany, Rajendra Prasad Tarachand Mahavidyalaya, Nichlaul
There is a ban on cutting Kochaya vegetation that grows on the banks of rivers and streams between the forests. To prevent this, the forest authority team patrols the forests continuously. The Forestry Office makes continuous efforts to protect the forests.
-Chandreshwar Singh, SDO, Forestry Department

Nepal: Increased demand for Kochaya greens in cities

Maharajganj. Sohgibarwan Wildlife Division’s forests are full of natural vegetation. The demand for Kochaya green, which has been used in food since ancient times, has now increased significantly in many cities in Nepal. People in Nepal taste it by paying a good price. Aside from many nutrients, including iron, minerals, medicinal properties are also found in this fern species plant.

Kishundhari, Belwari, Beila, Gopal, people of the Musahar community, which borders the Nichlaul, Madhavaliya and Shivpur forests of Sohgibarwan Wildlife Division, said that during rainy days, the yield of Kochaya green in the forests increases. This green is produced in abundance every year on the banks of rivers and streams between the forests. Saag is sold more in Nepal. This is how we work in the rainy season.

Traders come here

On the other side of the border, traders gather in Susta, Guti Parsauni, Sakardinhi, Maheshpur, Chaman Tola, Bhagatpurwa, Germa, Vishunpura, Padri. The demand for this green is in Nawalparasi, Chitwan, Kathmandu and other cities of the nation of Nepal.

Iron and minerals are abundant in this green. These vegetables are only produced four months a year. It grows on the banks of rivers, streams between the forests. It’s easy to spot. Medicinal properties can also be found in it. It is very useful for stomach ailments.

-Pauvnesh Kushwaha, Speaker, Botany, Rajendra Prasad Tarachand Mahavidyalaya, Nichlaul

There is a ban on cutting Kochaya vegetation that grows on the banks of rivers and streams between the forests. To prevent this, the forest authority team patrols the forests continuously. The Forestry Office makes continuous efforts to protect the forests.

-Chandreshwar Singh, SDO, Forestry Department

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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