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Horticulture Goal Incomplete, Farmers Not Found


Hear the news Hear the news Under the Bundelkhand Horticulture Scheme, the dream of gardening in the district remained unfulfilled. Farmers are not taking interest in this scheme due to departmental apathy. Due to this the Horticulture Department’s target of doing horticulture on 25 hectares of land is not being fulfilled. Now it seems difficult to meet the target in nine days. To make the environment green and make the farmers financially strong, the Horticulture Department has started Bundelkhand Horticulture Scheme. In this, a target has been set to cultivate mango, guava, gooseberry, lemon, and other fruits in 25 hectares. Despite all the efforts, the Horticulture Department has not been able to fulfill the target. So far, farmers have been able to get horticulture on 18 hectares of land in the district. The benefit of the scheme has been given to the farmers on the lines of first come, first served. This session is ending on 31 March 2022. In such a situation, it has become difficult to meet the target in just nine days. It should be known that the amount of grant will be sent to the accounts of farmers in the form of three thousand per month for three years. Plants will be checked every three months. If the plants are correct, then only the amount of grant will be sent to the account of the farmer concerned. District Horticulture Officer Sunil Tiwari says that under the Bundelkhand scheme, a target of 25 hectares was met for horticulture. Out of this, farmers have been selected for horticulture on 18 hectares of land. Applications are being sought for the remaining seven hectares. Under the Bundelkhand Horticulture Scheme, the dream of horticulture in the district remained unfulfilled. Farmers are not taking interest in this scheme due to departmental apathy. Due to this the Horticulture Department’s target of doing horticulture on 25 hectares of land is not being fulfilled. Now it seems difficult to meet the target in nine days. To make the environment green and make the farmers financially strong, the Horticulture Department has started Bundelkhand Horticulture Scheme. In this, a target has been set to cultivate mango, guava, gooseberry, lemon, and other fruits in 25 hectares. Despite all the efforts, the Horticulture Department has not been able to fulfill the target. So far, farmers have been able to get horticulture on 18 hectares of land in the district. The benefit of the scheme has been given to the farmers on the lines of first come, first served. This session is ending on 31 March 2022. In such a situation, it has become difficult to meet the target in just nine days. It should be known that the amount of grant will be sent to the accounts of farmers in the form of three thousand per month for three years. Plants will be checked every three months. If the plants are correct, then only the amount of grant will be sent to the account of the farmer concerned. District Horticulture Officer Sunil Tiwari says that under the Bundelkhand scheme, a target of 25 hectares was met for horticulture. Out of this, farmers have been selected for horticulture on 18 hectares of land. Applications are being sought for the remaining seven hectares. ,

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