Sowing Of Sugarcane At A Distance Of Four Feet, Also Planted Mustard Crop In The Middle

Moradabad. The farmer of Khanpur sowed sugarcane in one acre at a distance of four feet. A mustard crop was planted in the middle of it. Watered and weeded on time. As a result, sugarcane yielded 70 quintals per bigha, as against 50 quintals per bigha normally. Apart from this, yield of one and a half quintal bigha of mustard was also found. At the same time, the District Sugarcane Officer said that 40 farmers of the district would be awarded the title of Best Sugarcane Farmer for better production. Kamendra, who was selected for the title of best sugarcane farmer, said that even the use of arrow and mulcher has a great effect on the field. Farmer Karam Chand sowed sugarcane in about 40 bighas. After about 6 quintals of cow dung, the first cast from sowing. One bag NPK planted in five bighas. Sowing by trench method. Timely irrigation. This resulted in a production of 60 quintals per bigha. Similarly, farmers like Ajay Kumar of Rasulpur, Rajendra Singh of Tagali, Rajpal resident of Panuwala etc. have also adopted this method and got good yield of crops. In fact, the Sugarcane Department had started an exercise to promote sugarcane cultivation with modern techniques like trench plating, tree management, co-cropping, trench mulching and drip irrigation. It was named as Panchamrit. Its objective is to double the income of the farmers by reducing the cost. District Sugarcane Officer Ajay Singh informed that 1555 farmers cultivating through this method have been selected in the district. Who will be given the title of best sugarcane farmer. For this, he will be given a certificate of best sugarcane cultivator. 40 farmers have been selected in Moradabad district. Agwanpur, Thakurdwara, Bilari and Belwara are four sugarcane development councils consisting of 10 each. The accounts of these farmers will be sown in the autumn by making a model plot in half a hectare. Taking their fields as a model, other farmers will also be encouraged to do farming like them. These farmers were selected Arjan Singh resident Sharif Nagar, Kuldeep resident Sultanpur Khaddar, Sheopal resident Salarpur, Bhopal resident Chavad, Dhyan Singh resident Nurpur, Veer Singh resident Sitapur, Rajendra Singh resident Tagali, Murari Singh resident Madaiya Ghonta, Gajendra Kumar resident Darapur Ramanand resident Pipli. Ahir and Rajpal are residents of Panuwala. Bilari and Agwanpur area Karamchand resident Dahra, Darshan Singh resident Gawdi, Achal Kumar resident Khalilpur, Mahendra Pratap Mundhakhedi, Karan Singh resident Mira, Yashpal Rasulpur, Ajay Kumar Salempur, Rakesh Kumar Kuchavali, Kamendra Khanpur, Hariom Edalpur.

Moradabad. The farmer of Khanpur sowed sugarcane in one acre at a distance of four feet. A mustard crop was planted in the middle of it. Watered and weeded on time. As a result, sugarcane yielded 70 quintals per bigha, as against 50 quintals per bigha normally. Apart from this, yield of one and a half quintal bigha of mustard was also found. At the same time, the District Sugarcane Officer said that 40 farmers of the district would be awarded the title of Best Sugarcane Farmer for better production. Kamendra, who was selected for the title of best sugarcane farmer, said that even the use of arrow and mulcher has a great effect on the field. Farmer Karam Chand sowed sugarcane in about 40 bighas. After about 6 quintals of cow dung, the first cast from sowing. One bag NPK planted in five bighas. Sowing by trench method. Timely irrigation. This resulted in a production of 60 quintals per bigha. Similarly, farmers like Ajay Kumar of Rasulpur, Rajendra Singh of Tagali, Rajpal resident of Panuwala etc. have also adopted this method and got good yield of crops. In fact, the Sugarcane Department had started an exercise to promote sugarcane cultivation with modern techniques like trench plating, tree management, co-cropping, trench mulching and drip irrigation. It was named as Panchamrit. Its objective is to double the income of the farmers by reducing the cost. District Sugarcane Officer Ajay Singh informed that 1555 farmers cultivating through this method have been selected in the district. Who will be given the title of best sugarcane farmer. For this, he will be given a certificate of best sugarcane cultivator. 40 farmers have been selected in Moradabad district. Agwanpur, Thakurdwara, Bilari and Belwara are four sugarcane development councils consisting of 10 each. The accounts of these farmers will be sown in the autumn by making a model plot in half a hectare. Taking their fields as a model, other farmers will also be encouraged to do farming like them. These farmers were selected Arjan Singh resident Sharif Nagar, Kuldeep resident Sultanpur Khaddar, Sheopal resident Salarpur, Bhopal resident Chavad, Dhyan Singh resident Nurpur, Veer Singh resident Sitapur, Rajendra Singh resident Tagali, Murari Singh resident Madaiah Ghonta, Gajendra Kumar resident Darapur Ramanand. Pipli Ahir and Rajpal are residents of Panuwala. Bilari and Agwanpur area Karamchand resident Dahra, Darshan Singh resident Gawdi, Achal Kumar resident Khalilpur, Mahendra Pratap Mundhakhedi, Karan Singh resident Mira, Yashpal Rasulpur, Ajay Kumar Salempur, Rakesh Kumar Kuchavali, Kamendra Khanpur, Hariom Edalpur. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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