Women in the self-help group will try their hand at mushroom production

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Mainpuri / Bichwan. In order to make the women of the district independent, mushroom production was developed as an occupation. As part of this, women from self-help groups who are active in the Sultanganj block also try their hand at mushroom production. To this end, 100 women were trained in mushroom production in the block auditorium on Wednesday. Ministry of Agriculture officials and agronomists told him the details.
They received complete information on how oyster mushrooms are made. The deputy agricultural director Durvijay Singh informed the women about suitable structures and locations for mushroom production. In addition, he gave extensive training from sowing mushrooms to pruning. He said that after the mushrooms are sown, pruning will start in 20-25 days, which will take 50-60 days. He also told about the packages to be prepared for the sowing of mushrooms.
The agricultural scientist Dr. Anil Chaudhary said that mushrooms naturally contain vitamin D, so mushrooms are great both as food and medicine. In doing so, he also solved women’s questions. Block development officer Dhirendra Kumar, Dr. Vishal Singh, Narendra Kumar Verma, District Mission Manager Pradeep Kumar, Rajkumar Sharma, etc. attended the training session.
Last year we trained in the Kishni block
This initiative for training in mushroom production was started last year. By order of the Chief Development Officer, women were initially trained by self-help groups in the Kishni block. Here 150 women were trained by Gram Panchayat Kursanda. After that, the women also started producing mushrooms. Now this time she will also sow mushrooms.

Mainpuri / Bichwan. In order to make the women of the district independent, mushroom production was developed as an occupation. As part of this, women from self-help groups who are active in the Sultanganj block also try their hand at mushroom production. To this end, 100 women were trained in mushroom production in the block auditorium on Wednesday. Ministry of Agriculture officials and agronomists told him the details.

They received complete information on how oyster mushrooms are made. The deputy agricultural director Durvijay Singh informed the women about suitable structures and locations for mushroom production. In addition, he gave extensive training from sowing mushrooms to pruning. He said that after the mushrooms are sown, pruning will start in 20-25 days, which will take 50-60 days. He also told about the packages to be prepared for the sowing of mushrooms.

The agricultural scientist Dr. Anil Chaudhary said that mushrooms naturally contain vitamin D, so mushrooms are great both as food and medicine. In doing so, he also solved women’s questions. Block development officer Dhirendra Kumar, Dr. Vishal Singh, Narendra Kumar Verma, District Mission Manager Pradeep Kumar, Rajkumar Sharma, etc. attended the training session.

Last year we trained in the Kishni block

This initiative for training in mushroom production was started last year. By order of the Chief Development Officer, women were initially trained by self-help groups in the Kishni block. Here 150 women were trained by Gram Panchayat Kursanda. After that, the women also started producing mushrooms. Now this time she will also sow mushrooms.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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