Wednesday 29 December 2021

What happened to mustard prices?

mustard rate

As we know, that mustard crop is still a long time to be ready and farmers are waiting for high demand, yet its price has started to fall. Prices are falling continuously day by day in the two major mustard producing states

Thursday 9 December 2021

Tea exports down by 10%

tea export

Tea exports from India declined by almost 10 per cent to 137 million kg during the January-September period of 2021. However, during this period, higher prices were achieved for Indian tea

Thursday 2 December 2021

Tea Leaf compost

tea leaves

We use tea leaves to make tea. Either we put tea leaves directly in boiling water or we use tea bags to make tea. In both the cases,

Tuesday 9 November 2021

Last date 10th November registration of Kharif crops

farmer ragistration

To sell paddy and other Kharif crops on support price, it is necessary that farmers get their crops registered. In Chhattisgarh, an integrated portal has been prepared for the purchase of Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana and Kharif crops at support price, on which only after registration, farmers will get the benefit of Kisan Nyay Yojana and purchase of Kharif crops at support price.

Monday 8 November 2021

Mushrooms grown on sugarcane straw with new technology


Umbrella-shaped mushrooms are said to be a storehouse of nutritional properties and these days demand is also high in the Indian as well as international market.

Sunday 7 November 2021

Neem ( Azadirachta Indica) Insecticide Role and Benefits

Due to the continuous use of chemical insecticides, the resistance of these harmful insects is increasing, and they do not die. On the contrary, beneficial predatory insects found in nature are also being adversely affected.

Sunday 24 October 2021

Registration started for Kharif crop in Rajasthan

rajasthan MSP

At present, the harvesting work of Kharif crop is going on in the country. Along with this, Kharif crops are being procured from the farmers by the government at the Minimum Support Price (MSP). These procurements are being started in different states at different times. Its procurement has also started in many states. In this sequence, the procurement

Thursday 21 October 2021

Subsidy on ginger farming?


If you are fond of farming, and you have less space. So today we are going to tell you about the cultivation of such a crop, from which you can earn good profits by growing its

Monday 18 October 2021

Who is responsible for the chemical substances in the rivers?


According to a new research, due to natural and human activities, the chemical composition of many major rivers of the world is changing significantly.

Sunday 17 October 2021

Spinach Farming Production, Varieties and much more

spinach farming, spinach cultivation

Spinach has its own special importance among green vegetables. It is one such vegetable rich in iron that can be eaten in many ways. It can be made

Friday 15 October 2021

E-Krishi Yantra Anudan Yojana

e krishi yojna
At present, the work of harvesting Kharif crops is going on, in such a situation, various agricultural machines are being given by the state governments to the farmers on subsidy so that the farmers can get the agricultural machinery on time and they can take advantage of it.

Thursday 14 October 2021

Amazing and interesting facts about strawberries


Strawberries belong to the Rosaceae family, that is, they are close to roses. And as strawberries are closer to roses, they also have a sweet scent like roses. You can literally feel it by smelling the strawberries while they are still growing on the bushes.

Tuesday 12 October 2021

What should farmers do to avoid possible losses due to lack of DAP?

DAP lack

Sowing of Rabi crops especially oilseed crops has started in many areas of the country. At the time of sowing, farmers are most in need of seeds as well as fertilizers, but there is a shortage of DAP fertilizers at many places. Considering the shortage, SSP fertilizers can be used in place of DAP.

Sunday 10 October 2021

Crowd of farmers upset due to non-availability of fertilizer

In the midst of ample rainfall, there is a growing fight between the farmers for the sowing of rabi fertilizers. The situation is that due to lack of adequate supply of fertilizers on cooperatives, the shops of private fertilizer and seed sellers are getting crowded.

Saturday 9 October 2021

Farmer registration for selling moong, urad, soybean and groundnut at MSP


Kharif crops are being procured from farmers across the country by the government at the Minimum Support Price (MSP). For this, procurement centers have been set up in all the states. Here farmers can sell their crops.

Friday 8 October 2021

State's cooperative sugar mills will start from October 26


Now the work of harvesting sugarcane is going to start in many states in the country, after which farmers will take sugarcane to sugar mills to sell. This year, the central and some state governments have increased the price of sugarcane, which will benefit the farmers from this crushing season

Thursday 7 October 2021

These government schemes are of great work to the farmers

govt scheme

The government is bringing new schemes to increase the manpower of the farmers. All the relief packages are being announced for the farmers. The government has set a target of doubling the income of farmers by the next year i.e. 2022

Wednesday 6 October 2021

Subsidy on seed?


Rabi Productivity Gosthi-2021 is being organized in Uttar Pradesh for better production of Rabi crops. State level Agricultural Productivity Seminar 2021-22 was organized under the chairmanship of the Agriculture Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Shri Surya Pratap Shahi.

Tuesday 5 October 2021

Farmers plant less irrigated crops due to less water for irrigation


This year many areas have received more or less rain in the monsoon season. This time in the state of Rajasthan, the problem of farmers has increased due to less water in many reservoirs and dams.

Monday 4 October 2021

Can agriculture solve the problem of food in the times to come?

foof crises

The agriculture sector has to be ready to meet the growing humanity and its growing needs even more rapidly. Agriculture has changed the way we live our lives. The agriculture sector may need to be further developed for the production of food for the next generation.

99 percent of our agricultural production comes from only 24 crops. The top 10 crops in the world in terms of production volume are corn, wheat, rice, potatoes, beets, soybeans, cassava, barley, sweet potatoes and tomatoes.

According to a report, to meet the needs of Asia, in the next quarter of the century, both food and land will be needed in large quantities.

In the next 25 years, farmers in Asia will have to increase grain production by 50 to 75 percent to meet the needs of the growing population. Agricultural land and population are not evenly distributed, especially in China, which has 20-25 percent of the world's population. But only 7 percent of the world's productive land is in China.

There may be a shortage of food after 40 years

If we want that for the coming 40 years we do not have any shortage of food grains, then we have to produce more than what we have produced since the beginning of humanity. Without pesticides, 70 percent of the world's food crops would be destroyed. At present, 42 per cent of our crops are destroyed due to insect and pathogenic pests even after the use of pesticides.

Fertilizer will also play an important role

Fertilizers can increase the yield of food crops by 1.5 to 2 times. Without fertilizers, farmers would need 400–600 million hectares (988–1,482 million acres) of more cropland to cover their losses. In addition, without fertilizer technology, 200 crore hectares of additional land would be required to be cultivated just for the production as it is now.

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Sunday 3 October 2021

Important points for wheat farmer?


Within 30 to 35 days of sowing, weeding should be done once or twice as per requirement. Keeping in view the prevalence of narrow and broad water weeds in wheat crop, Management of broad and narrow water weeds

Saturday 2 October 2021

Spider Web in paddy?


This time, spider web is increasing in large numbers in the paddy crop. While the farmers are worried about the trap, the Agriculture Department said that there is no harm to the crops, but it is beneficial. The spider's web will act as a icing on the paddy crop. The Agriculture Department has been describing spider and web as friends of farmers.

The Agriculture Department is advising farmers not to eliminate it. The web is prepared by spider which is growing more this time in paddy crop. The spider is a friend of the farmer's insect. Farms where pesticide use is low. There their number is increasing. It is growing significantly in the villages of Babanpur, Badalgarh, Bada, Kamana, Rojawali, Lali, Aharwan, Hamzapur, Mahmda, Nikkuana villages of the area.

Agriculture expert Mohan Singh, Rajkumar, Karnail Singh told that the spider web eliminates the pests of oil, chepa(Jassids), carnivore and the farmers in the paddy crop, which is beneficial for the crop. Enemy insects get caught in the spider's web. Farmers do not eliminate them by spraying insecticides. This will also benefit the bush and the farmer will also have to spray less pesticides.

Agriculture Development Officer Sandeep Singh said that the spider does not harm the crop, it is a friendly insect of the farmers. Farmers should not kill it by spraying insecticide. If needed, spray the wind side.

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Friday 1 October 2021

Bank draft submission period extended till October 8

It has been informed by Directorate of Agricultural Engineering, MP Bhopal that as per the information issued earlier, the farmers selected in the lottery

Bajra Mandis update from Rajasthan

 mandi bhav

Market CenterArrivals (in tonnes)Minimum Prices (in Rs/quintals)Maximum Prices (in Rs/quintals)Modal Prices (in Rs/quintals)
# Rajasthan    

Gangapur City25.1134014901415
Gangapurcity(Old Lal mandi)4131113371324
Jodhpur (Grain)(Mandor)7.3175018501820
Jodhpur(Grain)(Bhagat Ki Kothi)0.16160017001650
Kishan Renwal(Sambhar)10.8140014501425
Madanganj Kishanganj9.9137114221397
Sri Madhopur90.1134416001400

Thursday 30 September 2021

PM Modi Launched 35 New Varieties of Crops

35 new varieties of crops launched by PM Modi
35 New Varieties of Crops Launched by PM Modi


 PM Modi has dedicated 35 new varieties of crops with special qualities to the nation through video conferencing. The PM also distributed the Green Campus Awards to agricultural universities on this occasion. Also He interacted with farmers using innovative methods and also addressed the gathering.  PM said in previous the six-seven years, science and technology are being used on a priority basis to solve the challenges related to agriculture and our main focus is on more nutritious seeds, which are adapted to the new conditions especially in the changing at seasons.

What new varieties of crops have been released

PM Narendra Modi has released around 35 new crop varieties developed at the ICAR ( Indian Council of Agricultural Research) state and central agricultural universities and Krishi Vigyan Kendras. Some of them are  drought-tolerant varieties of chickpea, an infertility mosaic resistant variety of  tur, early maturing varieties of soybean, disease resistant varieties of rice and bio-fortified varieties of wheat, beans and pulse crops including millet, maize and chickpea. The purpose of these varieties is to create public awareness for the adoption of climate-resilient technologies.

Varieties with these special properties were released

Three bacterial scorch resistant varieties of paddy - Pusa Basmati 1886, Pusa Basmati 1847 and Pusa Basmati 1885 were released. CFMV-1 of Maize with 6 varieties of Wheat viz. HI 1636, HUW 838,  DBW 327, MP (JW) 1358, DBW 332, and HI 8123 Rich in protein, iron and zinc. V-2, 11 Biofortified varieties of 4 crops have been developed. Two short duration disease resistant pea and tur varieties IPH 15-3 and IPH 09-5 and short duration soybean variety NRC 138 suitable for mechanical harvesting were also released. Drought tolerant high yielding disease resistant Pusa Chana 4005, millet hybrid HHB 67 varieties have been developed on the concept of 'more crop per drop'.

What is special about these varieties?

These varieties will play an important role in tackling the twin challenge of climate change and malnutrition. This variety is pest resistant and disease resistant variety, due to which diseases will be less in the crop, which will lead to better production. Special characteristics of these varieties also include those that protect against anti-nutritional factors found in some crops that adversely affect human and animal health.

PM talks to these farmers- (Excerpts from the conversation between PM Modi and farmers)

Prime Minister speaks to Mrs. Olive Begum of Ganderbal, J&K about her journey to learn the new farming practices being used by her, the training given to other farmers and her dedication towards working for girl child education . Valley. The Prime Minister said that the girls of Jammu and Kashmir are doing well in sports as well. He also said that the needs of smallholder farmers are the priority of the government, and they get all the benefits directly.

Talking to Shri Kulwant Singh, a farmer and seed producer from Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh, the Prime Minister asked how he produces different types of seeds. The Prime Minister asked how he benefited from interacting with scientists at the Agricultural Institute at Pusa and what is the trend among farmers to be in touch with such institutions. The Prime Minister praised farmers for processing their crops and adding value to them. The Prime Minister said that Govt. It is striving to provide some better value to the farmers through several initiatives like market access, good quality seeds, soil health cards.

The Prime Minister asked Mrs. Darshan Pednekar, a resident of Bardez, Goa, how she grows different crops and raises different animals. He asked Mrs. Darshana about the value addition made by her in the coconut crop. He expressed happiness on how a woman farmer is scaling new heights as an entrepreneur.

PM Modi said that the government is trying to provide every resource and infrastructure to the farmers. PM mentioned the achievements of the central government in the agriculture sector.

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Farmers will be able to sell paddy only five days a week?


Even though there is still time to start the procurement of paddy, but with the arrival of the purchase policy, preparations have started in full swing.

Wednesday 29 September 2021

Crisis on farmers due to lack of maize based industry?


The Himachal government has released the maize growing farmers of the state on their own terms. Even though the central government has fixed the

Tuesday 28 September 2021

Rajasthan : Kota Mandi Updates

kota mandi

On Monday, 20 thousand sacks of various agricultural commodities arrived

Monday 27 September 2021

New Herbicide for Onion?


Onion is widely grown in Nashik district. Onion cultivation is also increasing in many parts of Maharashtra. Most of the expenditure on onion crop is on weeds.

Sunday 26 September 2021

Farmers have to register here before selling paddy at MSP

registration for paddy

With the harvesting of Kharif crops, the work of procurement of paddy and other crops is about to start in many states. In such a situation, the registration process has been started by the state governments for the purchase

Saturday 25 September 2021

High record food production estimates this time


Agriculture is estimated for agriculture and farming in Kharif year 2021-22. 150.50 matches are expected in the Kharif season

Thursday 23 September 2021

Farmer's loss due to adulteration in soybean seed


Farmer Mr. Mansaram Khode and his wife Vanmala Khode of village Dhavadikhapa Tehsil Pandhurna district Chhindwara had bought 30 bags of soybean variety RVS-2001-4 from Agriculture Development Block Pandhurna, but when they were sown, after germination

Wednesday 22 September 2021

70 lakh tonnes of paddy will be procured at MSP in Uttar Pradesh

black salt paddy


Paddy cultivation is done mainly in many states of India. These include Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Bihar, etc. As we know that in some places the work of harvesting paddy has started and in other places also the work of harvesting of paddy will start. After this, the farmers will go to the Mandis to sell their paddy produce. For this, efforts are being made by the state government to make better arrangements at its level so that farmers do not face any problem in selling their produce at the procurement center. In this episode, the Yogi government of the state has started preparations for the purchase of paddy in Uttar Pradesh as well.

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