Village, former, farmer, doctor, center – in addition to farming, farmers should also breed cattle in order to generate additional income

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Crop protection scientist Rajnish Chandra Mishra distributes seeds.
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Ori. A one-day Kisan Gosthi was organized by Krishi Vigyan Kendra on the subject of pest and disease control in Kharif cultures. The crop protection scientist Dr. Rajnish Chandra Mishra advised farmers to raise livestock, poultry, goat breeding, mushroom production, beekeeping etc. to generate additional income.
He provided information about the improved cultivation of kharif plants and sensitized farmers to the management of pests and diseases in crops such as urad, moong, sesame, rice, etc. The animal husbandry scientist Dr. Anuj Kumar Gautam reported on the government’s various plans. In addition, information was provided about the prevention of animal diseases. Sesame, moong and vegetable sets were distributed to the boxes provided as part of the Crop Science Project. The progressive farmer Jaiprakash Singh ji urged more and more farmers to join the center. In the distribution of Sesame 308, Moong Shikha and vegetable kits from NHRDF, useful steps were communicated for the proposed small-scale box growers. Maniram, Ramesh, Govind, Kapil, Ramlakhan etc. were present.

Ori. A one-day Kisan Gosthi was organized by Krishi Vigyan Kendra on the subject of pest and disease control in Kharif cultures. The crop protection scientist Dr. Rajnish Chandra Mishra advised farmers to raise livestock, poultry, goat breeding, mushroom production, beekeeping etc. to generate additional income.

He provided information about the improved cultivation of kharif plants and sensitized farmers to the management of pests and diseases in crops such as urad, moong, sesame, rice, etc. The animal husbandry scientist Dr. Anuj Kumar Gautam reported on the government’s various plans. In addition, information was provided about the prevention of animal diseases. Sesame, moong and vegetable sets were distributed to the boxes provided as part of the Crop Science Project. The progressive farmer Jaiprakash Singh ji urged more and more farmers to join the center. In the distribution of Sesame 308, Moong Shikha and vegetable kits from NHRDF, useful steps were communicated for the proposed small-scale box growers. Maniram, Ramesh, Govind, Kapil, Ramlakhan etc. were present.

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