The taste of the district’s lame mangoes was liked by the Gulf States

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The taste of the county’s lame mangoes was liked by the Gulf States
Bijnor. The district’s mango flavor is popular in the Gulf States. There the demand for the district’s mangoes is increasing. A few days ago a company started exporting mangoes to Gulf countries and now other exporters are also turning to the gardeners to buy mangoes.
In the district there are mango plantations on nine thousand 135 hectares and guava plantations on one thousand 956 hectares. Until recently, the trend towards orchards had declined, but now farmers are planting orchards in the fields again because of government subsidies. There are also large mango plantations in the district and these mangoes go all over the country. Now the district’s mango flavor has crossed the border and has also reached the Gulf States. The manager of Hindustan Agro, a resident of Mandawar, Mohd. Shoaib started exporting mangoes to the Gulf States this year. The district’s mango was very popular there. The company had bought mangoes from farmers by paying more than the market price. Both the farmers and the company benefited from this. Due to the quality of the mango, more exporters are now turning to the district’s orchards. They buy mangoes directly from farmers and send them abroad. According to gardener Rais Ahmed, he currently only sells mangoes on a basis. When a company buys mangoes from the garden itself, it saves the cost of entering the market.
Seasonal export
So far the Dussehri mango had gone from the district to the Gulf States. The lame mangoes have also been going abroad since Thursday. When the rain starts, the number of Chausa species will come and that too will go abroad. If the area of ​​the orchards will increase in the coming period, then the market is ready for it.
Mangoes are sold from the orchard due to agricultural law
Farmers sell mangoes directly from the orchards. This was made possible by the purchase of plants by traders outside the market committee in the agrarian reform laws. It used to be the rule that the trader could only buy the harvest from the farmer from the market committee. Both farmers and traders have benefited from the new system.
Demand for mango increased
According to Shoaib, managing director of Hindustan Agro, those who buy the harvest from the Gulf States have increased the demand for mangoes in the district. There is a common choice. Some other exporters also come here to buy mangoes.

The taste of the county’s lame mangoes was liked by the Gulf States

Bijnor. The district’s mango flavor is popular in the Gulf States. There the demand for the district’s mangoes is increasing. A few days ago a company started exporting mangoes to Gulf countries and now other exporters are also turning to the gardeners to buy mangoes.

In the district there are mango plantations on nine thousand 135 hectares and guava plantations on one thousand 956 hectares. Until recently, the trend towards orchards had declined, but now farmers are planting orchards in the fields again because of government subsidies. There are also large mango plantations in the district and these mangoes travel across the country. Now the district’s mango flavor has crossed the border and has also reached the Gulf States. The manager of Hindustan Agro, a resident of Mandawar, Mohd. Shoaib started exporting mangoes to the Gulf States this year. The district’s mango was very popular there. The company had bought mangoes from farmers by paying more than the market price. Both the farmers and the company benefited from this. Due to the quality of the mango, more exporters are now turning to the district’s orchards. They buy mangoes directly from farmers and send them abroad. According to gardener Rais Ahmed, he currently only sells mangoes on a basis. When a company buys mangoes from the garden itself, it saves the cost of entering the market.

Seasonal export

So far the Dussehri mango had gone from the district to the Gulf States. The lame mangoes have also been going abroad since Thursday. When the rain starts, the number of Chausa species will come and that too will go abroad. If the area of ​​the orchards will increase in the coming period, then the market is ready for it.

Mangoes are sold from the orchard due to agricultural law

Farmers sell mangoes directly from the orchards. This was made possible by the purchase of plants by traders outside the market committee in the agrarian reform laws. It used to be the rule that the trader could only buy the harvest from the farmer from the market committee. Both farmers and traders have benefited from the new system.

Demand for mango increased

According to Shoaib, managing director of Hindustan Agro, those who buy the harvest from the Gulf States have increased the demand for mangoes in the district. There is a common choice. Some other exporters also come here to buy mangoes.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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