The scope of organic farming is expanding in the Bijnor district

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The scope of organic farming is expanding in the Bijnor district
Bijnor. Organic farming is being expanded in the district. So far, organic farming has been practiced within a five-kilometer radius of the Ganga River, now it is being expanded to seven kilometers. This means that around one and a half thousand hectares more area will be included in organic farming as part of the Namami Gange campaign. Farmers get good prices for organic grain.
Organic farming is flourishing in the district. As part of the Namami Gange campaign, organic farming is practiced on the banks of the Ganges. In the past only the fields along the banks of the Ganges were connected to organic farming, later organic farming was started in the area up to five kilometers near the Ganges river. Now this area of ​​application is being expanded further. Organic farming is now beginning within a radius of seven kilometers around the banks of the Ganges. The scope of organic farming will be expanded by a further two kilometers. The government’s intention is not to apply chemical fertilizers to the fields on the banks of the Ganges. These fertilizers will definitely end up in the Ganges in one form or another. In order to clean the Ganges, chemical fertilizers must be prevented from entering the Ganges. A survey will be carried out to mark two kilometers more area for organic farming.
cost less income more
Organic farming is already practiced in 46 villages along the Ganges. The organic products of the farmers in these villages are either bought by the company or sold at high prices on site. This means that there are no costs and the farmers’ income increases. This also makes farmers aware of organic farming. Village Sabalgarh, Tayyabpur Gaurav, Rafiulnagar alias Ravali, Dayalwala, Khaliullapur, Badshahpur, Jehanabad, Top, Kherki Hemraj, Kundanpur, Mohiuddinpur, Saifpur Khadar, Tayyabpur Qazi, Kunwardin Kpur, Khuddin Kınılarat, Khaudjadulrajad, Organic farming is practiced in Dattiana etc.
Expansion of the field of activity: agricultural officer
According to district agriculture officer Dr. Awadhesh Mishra, organic farming will be expanded from five to seven kilometers along the Ganges. Farmers who practice organic farming benefit. The other farmers also practice organic farming and increase their income.

The scope of organic farming is expanding in the Bijnor district

Bijnor. Organic farming is being expanded in the district. So far, organic farming has been practiced within a five-kilometer radius of the Ganga River, now it is being expanded to seven kilometers. This means that around one and a half thousand hectares more area will be included in organic farming as part of the Namami Gange campaign. Farmers get good prices for organic grain.

Organic farming is flourishing in the district. As part of the Namami Gange campaign, organic farming is practiced on the banks of the Ganges. In the past only the fields along the banks of the Ganges were connected to organic farming, later organic farming was started in the area up to five kilometers near the Ganges river. Now this area of ​​application is being expanded further. Organic farming is now beginning within a radius of seven kilometers around the banks of the Ganges. The scope of organic farming will be expanded by a further two kilometers. The government’s intention is not to use chemical fertilizers in the fields along the Ganges. These fertilizers will definitely end up in the Ganges in one form or another. In order to clean the Ganges, chemical fertilizers must be prevented from entering the Ganges. A survey will be carried out to mark two kilometers more area for organic farming.

cost less income more

Organic farming is already practiced in 46 villages along the Ganges. The organic products of the farmers in these villages are either bought by the company or sold at high prices on site. This means that there are no costs and the farmers’ income increases. This also makes farmers aware of organic farming. Village Sabalgarh, Tayyabpur Gaurav, Rafiulnagar alias Ravali, Dayalwala, Khaliullapur, Badshahpur, Jehanabad, Top, Kherki Hemraj, Kundanpur, Mohiuddinpur, Saifpur Khadar, Tayyabpur Qazi, Kunwardin Kpur, Khuddin Kınılarat, Khaudjadulrajad, Organic farming is practiced in Dattiana etc.

Expansion of the field of activity: agricultural officer

According to district agriculture officer Dr. Awadhesh Mishra, organic farming will be expanded from five to seven kilometers along the Ganges. Farmers who practice organic farming benefit. The other farmers also practice organic farming and increase their income.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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