Friday, 19 June 2020

Better farm Better Lives


Better farm better lives
farm

Bayer has launched a new global campaign called 'Better Farms, Better Lives' i.e. 'Better Farming, Better Life' to help small farmers facing extreme crises in times of coronavirus pandemic). In India, under this, a free kit of seeds and crop protection products will be given to the farmers. Under the campaign, 4 lakh small farmers in 204 districts of 17 states will be helped in the cultivation of major crops like paddy, maize, vegetables, and jowar-millet. In this, there will be a special focus on women farmers with small holdings and migrant laborers who want to start agriculture in their small farms after the helpless return to the village.

Friday, 12 June 2020

Madhya Pradesh is at Top where Punjab is at Second Place in wheat

Punjab at second in wheat
Wheat

Punjab is counted in a state of good production in production and procurement in the entire country. This time, Madhya Pradesh has left behind in Punjab in the case of wheat preparation. Although the margins worked very well, the Madhya Pradesh government left Punjab behind, which increased its farmers and government performance.

Thursday, 11 June 2020

Farmers have a tendency to grow mung crops, profit is more than the cost

Mung Area
Green Gram

The cultivation of moong is beginning to be pleasing to farmers in northern, western, and central India. The practice of cultivating moong is increasing year after year. This time the cultivation of moong is expected to be doubled. The crop is also better than farmers using organic manure.

Thursday, 4 June 2020

Kharif Crop MSP 2020 Increased

Paddy MSP Increase
Paddy

The central government has increased the minimum support price (MSP) of paddy, the main Kharif crop for the Kharif marketing season 2020-21 by just Rs 53 per quintal, ie 2.9 percent, to Rs 1,868 for the common variety and Rs 1,888 per grade-A variety. Have set the quintal. The increase in MSP of paddy has been reduced as compared to last year.

Wednesday, 3 June 2020

Sugar Production decreased in India

Sugar production has decreased by 18.11 percent till 31 May 2020, the first eight months of the current crushing season 2019-20, which started from October 1, 2019. 
Sugar Production India
Sugar Production

During this period the total production of 268.21 lakh tonnes has been produced whereas 327.53 lakh tonnes of sugar had been produced during the same period of the previous crushing season. A total of 270 lakh tonnes of sugar is estimated to be produced by the end of the current crushing season.

Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Most Vegetables Rotten in field in India

The long lockdown in India has broken the back of vegetable producing farmers. Tomatoes and brinjals are rotting in some fields, and some have beetroot harvested at a cost of two lakh rupees. Farmers like Palwal and Tinda are also forced to sell cheaply.
farmers sell tomato

Sunday, 31 May 2020

Yellowing of Green Gram

Green Gram is a major growing pulses in India. More than 50 lakh Hectares in India every year. It is also known as moong/Mung in India.
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Green Gram