The scent of Black Salt Dhan will increase by visiting Pm Modi

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The smell of black salt will increase by visiting PM Modes
Farmers likely to receive special package, increased demand after joining ODOP
Samvad news agency
Siddharthnagar. With the arrival of the Prime Minister in Lord Buddha’s land, the aroma of kalanamak rice, called Buddha’s prasad, may continue to increase. The demand and price of rice has been increasing steadily since District 1 began a product promotion program in 2019. Farmers and experts hope that the Prime Minister can put together a special package for the production of Kalanamak rice in Siddharthnagar. At the same time, it is expected that slow-running programs related to black salt in the district will also get wings.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the medical college on July 30th. From this, he will also inaugurate eight other medical universities virtually. The prime minister is likely to focus on such points as the taste and aroma of kalanamak rice. The district administration prepared a report on Kalanamak rice. This also includes the proposed and pending regulations.
The art gallery will also have black salt
It is the endeavor of those responsible to hand the Prime Minister a packet of salted black rice when the opportunity arises. At the same time, Kalanamak rice will also be on display in the art gallery to be built at the medical college. The virtues of Kalanamak rice are also told through the medium of painting.
Hope of the International Rice Research Institute
Chaired by DM Deepak Meena, the district-level committee proposed the establishment of an international research institute in the district. For this purpose, a project worth Rs 15 crore was sent to the Lucknow ODOP cell in February 2021. As part of this, research will be carried out into maintaining and increasing the quality of black salt rice.
Growing black salt area
The area of ​​Kalanamak in the district was eight thousand hectares in 2020. This time the acreage is likely to increase. Agriculture Commissioner CP Singh said that following the rice transplant survey, the area of ​​the black rice field will increase. This time, kalanamak rice was planted on about 15 thousand hectares. After the export of kalanamak rice and the introduction of online marketing, the trend of farmers has intensified. District Industries Center deputy commissioner Dayashankar Saroj said the deadline for the handover through the establishment of a joint facility center for black salty rice worth about Rs 6 crore is October 2021. If black salted paddy and rice are kept in a very hot environment, its flavor will decrease. If rice is stored in the air-conditioned warehouse after the establishment of this center, the taste and aroma will be more.
Black salt support price not established
Rudra Narayan Tripathi, Uday Narayan, Surya Prakash, Somnath Tiwari from the district’s Siswa elders said the Kalanamak support price is not fixed even after joining ODOP. The black salt seeds are not provided by the Department of Agriculture. Both facilities will likely be available after PM Modi’s visit. In addition, PM can also offer special packages.
Research on ten species
Dr. DP Singh, senior scientist at Krishi Vigyan Kendra Sohana, said that a rice field was planted with ten types of black salt as part of a project by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. In this a comparative study is carried out on how much aroma comes from the black rice of other soils in this climate.
The climate here is special
Dr. RC Choudhary, an agronomist researching kalamak paddy, said the taste and aroma of kalanamak rice grown in the Terai region of Nepal are slightly different. In Burdpur, Shohratgarh, Barhni, Naugarh, more farmers are growing kalamak rice, while in all areas of the district the soil is good for kalamak. Kalanamak Export Board Siddharthnagar should be made like Basmati Export Board.

The smell of black salt will increase by visiting PM Modes

Farmers likely to receive special package, increased demand after joining ODOP

Samvad news agency

Siddharthnagar. With the arrival of the Prime Minister in Lord Buddha’s land, the aroma of kalanamak rice, called Buddha’s prasad, may continue to increase. The demand and price of rice has been increasing steadily since District 1 began a product promotion program in 2019. Farmers and experts hope that the Prime Minister can put together a special package for the production of Kalanamak rice in Siddharthnagar. At the same time, it is expected that slow-running programs related to black salt in the district will also get wings.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the medical college on July 30th. From this, he will also inaugurate eight other medical universities virtually. The prime minister is likely to focus on such points as the taste and aroma of kalanamak rice. The district administration prepared a report on Kalanamak rice. This also includes the proposed and pending regulations.

The art gallery will also have black salt

It is the endeavor of those responsible to hand the Prime Minister a packet of salted black rice when the opportunity arises. At the same time, Kalanamak rice will also be on display in the art gallery to be built at the medical college. The virtues of Kalanamak rice are also told through the medium of painting.

Hope of the International Rice Research Institute

Chaired by DM Deepak Meena, the district-level committee proposed the establishment of an international research institute in the district. For this purpose, a project worth Rs 15 crore was sent to the Lucknow ODOP cell in February 2021. As part of this, research will be carried out into maintaining and increasing the quality of black salt rice.

Growing black salt area

The area of ​​Kalanamak in the district was eight thousand hectares in 2020. This time the acreage is likely to increase. Agriculture Commissioner CP Singh said that following the rice transplant survey, the area of ​​the black rice field will increase. This time, kalanamak rice was planted on about 15 thousand hectares. After the export of kalanamak rice and the introduction of online marketing, the trend of farmers has intensified. District Industries Center deputy commissioner Dayashankar Saroj said the deadline for the handover of about Rs.6 billion worth of kalanamak rice through the construction of a joint plant center is October 2021. If black salted paddy and rice are kept in a very hot environment, its flavor will decrease. If rice is stored in the air-conditioned warehouse after the establishment of this center, the taste and aroma will be more.

Black salt support price not established

Rudra Narayan Tripathi, Uday Narayan, Surya Prakash, Somnath Tiwari from the district’s Siswa elders said the Kalanamak support price is not fixed even after joining ODOP. The black salt seeds are not provided by the Department of Agriculture. Both facilities will likely be available after PM Modi’s visit. In addition, PM can also offer special packages.

Research on ten species

Dr. DP Singh, senior scientist at Krishi Vigyan Kendra Sohana, said that a rice field was planted with ten types of black salt as part of a project by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. In this a comparative study is carried out on how much aroma comes from the black rice of other soils in this climate.

The climate here is special

Dr. RC Choudhary, an agronomist researching kalamak paddy, said the taste and aroma of kalanamak rice grown in the Terai region of Nepal are slightly different. In Burdpur, Shohratgarh, Barhni, Naugarh, more farmers are growing kalamak rice, while in all areas of the district the soil is good for kalamak. Kalanamak Export Board Siddharthnagar should be made like Basmati Export Board.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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