Peanuts Did Not Come Due To Bad Seeds, Then The Crop Was Tilled

Farmer plowing the groundnut crop.
– Photo : Amar Ujala Bureau, Bareilly

Farmer Rannvijay Singh Sonu said, groundnut was sown in two acres
The seed was received from the Government Agricultural Seed Store on 90 percent grant

Chapatla. The farmer tilled more than two acres of groundnut crop in Baikuan village of Pasgwan block. Farmer Ranvijay Singh Sonu says that he had taken the seed block from the Government Agricultural Beej Bhandar of Pasgwan, which was given on 90 percent subsidy.
The farmer told that this seed was said to be very good. ADO AG Trilokinath had distributed this seed. It was also told that the specialty of this seed is that it will yield more than other groundnuts. Everywhere this peanut is fertile. That’s why we used this seed. After planting this seed, he kept on taking care and guarding the crop, he kept applying manure and water on time, due to which the cost of about forty thousand rupees was also incurred in two acres of crop. When the crop is about to be ready, I saw that the groundnut did not come under it, only the plant is growing. When something was not visible, then the idea of ​​plowing this crop and sowing wheat crop came, so this crop was destroyed.

Farmer Rannvijay Singh Sonu said, groundnut was sown in two acres

The seed was received from the Government Agricultural Seed Store on 90 percent grant

Chapatla. The farmer tilled more than two acres of groundnut crop in Baikuan village of Pasgwan block. Farmer Ranvijay Singh Sonu says that he had taken the seed block from the Government Agricultural Beej Bhandar of Pasgwan, which was given on 90 percent subsidy.

The farmer told that this seed was said to be very good. ADO AG Trilokinath had distributed this seed. It was also told that the specialty of this seed is that it will have higher yield than other groundnuts. Everywhere this peanut is fertile. That’s why we used this seed. After planting this seed, continuously taking care and guarding the crop, kept applying fertilizers and water on time, due to which the cost of about forty thousand rupees was also incurred in two acres of crop. When the crop is about to be ready, I saw that the groundnut did not come under it, only the plant is growing. When something was not visible, then the idea of ​​plowing this crop and sowing wheat crop came, so this crop was destroyed.

There is no information on groundnut seed defect yet. There is no groundnut in their crop, it will be investigated. Seeds have been sold in other places too, they will also be investigated. If there is a shortage of seeds, the farmer’s expenses will be compensated. – Trilokinath, in-charge, Government Agricultural Seed Store, Pasgwan

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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