Sunday, 18 April 2021

Key Points for Chilli Nursery Preparation


It is very important to prepare Nursery before sowing the crop in the field. We should do step by step first clear the selected area for nursery and plow the field with

Friday, 16 April 2021

FCI open six procurement centers in Himachal

The Food Corporation of India (FCI) will open six wheat procurement centers for farmers of Himachal Pradesh from Thursday. FCI has set a target of purchasing around seven thousand metric tonnes of wheat in the current season. Last time 32 hundred metric tons of wheat was purchased.

Wednesday, 14 April 2021

Farmers waiting in Mandis for Wheat procurement?

The Punjab government has started procuring wheat on paper, but the ground reality is different in the mandis of Ludhiana. Government procurement in the state started from 10 April. Since April 11, farmers have reached the grain markets with crops. Surprisingly, in these two days, many places have not even been able to bid for the crop.

Tuesday, 13 April 2021

Can we improve production and save water by this?

agriculture and water

Many times when I see the pace of the country and the world, I wonder if agricultural production is sufficient for such a population? A person gets drinking water for 20 rupees, where will he get water for agriculture in future? Some such questions come to my mind. I don't know what you think about this.

There is rapid progress in the field of agriculture around the world. Given the way the population is growing, it is also necessary to develop new methods in agriculture and adopt the technologies that are already there to meet the growing needs. Talking about India, it is a biodiversity-rich country. Where there are innumerable possibilities in the field of agriculture and horticulture.

Monday, 12 April 2021

Organic Agriculture: Why it is important?

organic farming

Organic agriculture is a production farming system that maintains the health of soils, our ecosystems, and peoples. It also depends on ecological processes, biodiversity and cycles adapted to local conditions. Bio-fertilizers are natural fertilizers in which bacteria, microorganisms of algae, live as spores.

Sunday, 11 April 2021

Fertilizer prices will increase the burden of farmers?

nutrient prices 2021

There are chemicals used to increase production in agriculture that are used to aid the growth of plants. These chemicals, which dissolve quickly in water, are used by spraying them in soil or on leaves. Plants absorb fertilizers from the soil by roots and leaves when sprayed overhead.

Saturday, 10 April 2021

Farmer worried about Weather on Wheat harvest time?


The dust storm and light drizzle in Varanasi have put a break on the wheat harvesting of farmers. Due to which the concern of the farmers has increased. With the impact of the rain on the wheat crop getting wet due to rain, the risk of the grain getting black has also increased.

Friday, 9 April 2021

How Agrochemicals growing in Indian Market?

agro chemicals

A recent study stated that the demand for crop protection chemicals will continue to increase rapidly, especially due to dwindling arable land and there is an urgent need to address food security. According to Market research, the global crop protection chemicals in market will exhibit a 5.4% CAGR  2020 to 2025.  Countries like Brazil, India, China, and Southeast Asian countries are the most rapidly growing markets due to increasing demand for healthy, sustainable food.

Thursday, 8 April 2021

How to protect Mango at early Stage?

Mango is a favorite and most popular fruit not only of India but also of the majority of the population of India and abroad. Due to its taste, available nutrients, production capacity in different regions and climates, attractive color, distinctive taste and sweetness etc. it is called the king of fruits.

Wednesday, 7 April 2021

Wheat Procurement has been started in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh wheat

In Madhya Pradesh, the procurement of wheat was started on Thursday at the minimum support price. In view of the conditions of corona infection, the presence of more than 20 farmers at any one time has been banned at any center. At the same time, there is no problem in payment, so the purchase will be five days a week. Two days will be accounted and transportation will be ensured. 

Tuesday, 6 April 2021

Wheat procurement system failed in Haryana this time?

Within just four days of the start of Haryana wheat procurement, the system's flaws are beginning to be revealed. The biggest problem for farmers is the purchase message. If no one is getting the message, then somewhere is reaching those farmers, whose crop is not ripe yet. However, on finding the drawback, the government has spoken of procuring without schedule.

Monday, 5 April 2021

The millet produced in Haryana will now add flavor to the biscuits of the famous companies

millet update

The millet (Bajra) produced in Haryana will now add flavor to the biscuits of the famous companies. The state government has approached various biscuit companies and bakery producers regarding this

Sunday, 4 April 2021

Wheat Procurement Postponed in Punjab

wheat procurement

Punjab has rescheduled its wheat procurement program due to increased incidence of COVID-19 infection and delayed crop ripening. The Union Food Ministry of India said that after the request of the Punjab state government, the procurement program has been kept from April 10.

Friday, 2 April 2021

LCV free chilli Variety: ICAR, IIHR


ICAR - Indian Institute of Horticulture Research (IIHR) Bengaluru, has developed a pepper hybrid that is resistant to leaf curl virus

After lots of research and efforts finally scientists at the ICAR-Indian Institute of Horticulture Research (IIHR), Bengaluru, have developed a unique chilli hybrid which is resistant to leaf curl virus (LCV) disease which is a big problem for farmers and growers.

Thursday, 1 April 2021

Kharif Area increase and 48 percent rabi harvested: Agriculture Ministry


India is a hub of paddy and paddy transplanting is gradually increasing year by year. In this kharif season the sowing area of 56.50 lakh hectare has been sown according to data. This sowing information regarding crops has been given in the data of the Ministry of Agriculture.

Tuesday, 30 March 2021

MP Government will now give Kisan Samman Card to farmers

Kisan MP

Madhya Pradesh government (MP Government) will now give Kisan Samman Card to farmers. In this card, all information will be given to upgrade agriculture and benefit the farmers from agriculture related schemes.

Monday, 29 March 2021

Improvement is needed in Indian Agriculture?

As you know, with the advent of chemical fertilizers, there was a huge increase in farming. Subsequently, improved varieties, hybrid seeds, tissue seeding, drip irrigation, sprinkler irrigation, paper mulching, shade net, greenhouses, pesticides were used. Production increased steadily. Costs increased but production also increased.

Sunday, 28 March 2021

Edible oil Oil Prices in Market

On Friday, the Delhi oil-oilseed market saw softening in various edible oils, amid declining trends in palm oil and soybean oil in overseas markets. Soyabean Digam (Kandla) declined by Rs 150 per quintal and palmolein RBD and palmolein Kandla by Rs 100-100 per quintal.

Saturday, 27 March 2021

Input cost of crops will increase by 20 percent?


After the increase in the price of DAP (Di ammonium phosphate) 50 kg bag by the private companies by three hundred rupees, the farmers are also going to face difficulty. DAP is used in abundance in crops, obviously the cost of crops will also increase after its price increases. According to the farmers,

Friday, 26 March 2021

Prices of edible oils are up by 80 percent?

edible oil

This time Holi getting expensive not due to high alert or color is expensive because the prices of edible oils have increased. In the domestic market, the prices of edible oils are up by 80 percent compared to last year.

Thursday, 25 March 2021

Mustard production more than 20 per cent as compared last year

mustard production

The country is expected to produce record mustard this year. According to the Central Organization for Oil Industry and Trade (COOIT), the current rabi season of 2020-21 is estimated to produce 89.5 lakh tonnes of mustard. This is more than 20 per cent as compared to 7.5 million tonnes last year

Tuesday, 23 March 2021

Crops are in Field how farmers get benefit??

At present, the work of harvesting of farmers is going on, while the crop of more than 50 percent farmers is still standing in the fields. In such a situation, the crop market has not been reached yet and the procurement centers are to start from April 1, so the farmers are finding it difficult to get the benefit of a lump sum solution scheme implemented on tube well combinations.

Monday, 22 March 2021

20 crops will cover under the Horticulture Insurance Scheme

Horticulture Scheme

As we are aware about the Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme is being run by the Central Government. Under this, farmers are compensated for crop losses. On this basis, the Chief Minister Horticulture Insurance Scheme is being started by the Haryana Government

Sunday, 21 March 2021

Potato farmer worried about potato Prices in Mandis?

potato prices

At the time of sowing the potato farmer, the potato farmer had sown potatoes by purchasing Rs. 4500 per quintal. But now when the potato crop is ready, the rate is getting Rs 600 per quintal. The cost of potato production is high, while the corresponding price is not available.

Saturday, 20 March 2021

MP gram, lentils and mustard will now be purchased from March 22 at MSP

lentil purchase update 2021

The minimum support price declared on crops by the central government is purchased by the central agencies by registering the farmers. For the farmers of Madhya Pradesh, mustard, gram and lentils were to be procured along with wheat from March 15, but due to storm-rains and hail storms, gram, lentils and mustard will now be purchased from March 22 but

Friday, 19 March 2021

Government of Madhya Pradesh is giving a grant to farmers for the cultivation of sweet corn?

maize scheme

Under the National Agriculture Scheme, the Government of Madhya Pradesh is giving a grant to farmers for the cultivation of sweet corn. By taking advantage of this scheme, farmers of the state can earn a good income by cultivating sweet corn.

Objective of National Agricultural Plan:

Thursday, 18 March 2021

Govt is preplanning to purchase 2 lakh tonnes of onions for buffer stock


As the onion prices high and govt worried about the onion prices and stock onion in market. As we have seen from last few years every time onion prices highlighted in India. Now govt planning to double the buffer stock of onions to overcome the fluctuations in the prices of the retail market which will ever increase the gap between the demand and supply of onions.

Wednesday, 17 March 2021

Farmers will have to register on the website of the Food and Logistics Department

Farmers will have to register on the website of the Food and Logistics Department,, to sell wheat. They can register themselves or through cyber cafés and public convenience centers. The state government has fixed the time from April 1 to June 15 for procurement of wheat directly from the farmers under the Minimum Support Price Scheme in the Rabi marketing year 2021-22.

Sunday, 14 March 2021

Farmers will get a receipt printed at the purchasing centers

e mobile recept

On selling wheat at the purchasing centers, the farmers will get a receipt printed with the e-pop machine. There will be a description of the weight of wheat sold in it.

Saturday, 13 March 2021

Farmers will get PM Kisan Nidhi Yojna payment before Holi

Nidhi Yojna

Under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana, the central government provides financial assistance of Rs 6000 every financial year. This amount is deposited in the accounts of the beneficiaries in three installments.

Friday, 12 March 2021

Edible oil is going to spoil the domestic budget

After petrol-diesel, LPG and pulses, edible oil is going to spoil the domestic budget. Crude palm oil (CPO) price reached a record Rs 1105 per 10 kg on Monday,

Thursday, 11 March 2021

Government has started geotagging of wheat purchasing centers

Farmers will not have to bother to locate wheat purchasing centers in the state. The government has started geotagging of wheat purchasing centers. With this, now the farmers will know the location of the purchasing centers online. For this, geotagging is being done from remote casing application center of Krishi Kendra.

wheat procurement

Tuesday, 9 March 2021

19 thousand crores was paid Urea-making companies

fertilizer subsidy

Modi government is making every effort to revive the areas facing economic challenges due to this corona crisis. In this difficult time, there is good news for fertilizer, footwear, furniture and textile companies. In fact, the central government is expected to pay the entire dues of fertilizer subsidy to fertilizer companies by the end of March 2021. For the time being, let us know that 86 percent subsidy has been paid to fertilizer companies till now.

Monday, 8 March 2021

Himachal Govt budget on Agriculture and Cotton, Sugar demand in market?


The BJP Kisan Morcha is very excited about the new budget of the Himachal government. The leaders of the Front have described this budget as much better for the farmers. He has described in this budget an important step towards liberation from chemical farming and pesticides by providing special budget for natural farming.

Sunday, 7 March 2021

Wheat Procurement starts in UP from next month

The government has begun to tighten the screws on middlemen and mafias in the procurement of wheat starting next month. This time the responsibility of verification of big farmers has been given to the ADM at the headquarters level. If disturbances are found, the responsibility of them has been fixed.

Wheat procurement will start from April 1, which will run till June 15. So far, 58 purchasing centers of seven agencies have been set up. The support price of wheat has been fixed at Rs 1975 per quintal, which is Rs 25 more than the previous time.

Saturday, 6 March 2021

Govt. Paddy procurement 15 percent higher this year

paddy procurement 2021

Government agencies have procured 669.59 lakh tonnes of paddy in the current procurement marketing session, which is 15 per cent higher than this time a year ago, amid protests from farmer unions over the new agricultural laws. According to a Central

Thursday, 4 March 2021

CPRI suggested farmers on nematode virus?

In India there are many farmers who have to face problems in potato crop due to virus and Nematodes. This type of problem decrease the quality as well as production. We can't control them easily but due to some control measures and early symptoms we can decrease their damage. Recently the CPRI scientists advise the farmers regarding this. 

Potato CPRI

To protect potato crop from the virus, it has become necessary to adopt the crop cycle, only then farmers will be able to tackle the nematode virus from the soil. Scientists at the Central Potato Research Institute (CPRI), Shimla, have suggested to farmers that

Wednesday, 3 March 2021

Kufri Sangam Potato variety after 12 years of research

After too many years of research CPRI prepared new variety of potato and useful for eight states of India.

Potato variety

Scientists of Central Potato Research Institute (CPRI) have prepared a new Kufri Sangam species of potato after nearly 12 years of research in Modipuram of Meerut. If the new species is tasty to eat, the production will also be good.

Monday, 1 March 2021

PM Modi: The budget was focused on agriculture sector?

PM on agriculture

After installing the Corona vaccine, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's work continues. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a webinar on Monday, in which the budget was focused on how the agriculture sector was focused. PM Modi said that now the time has come when the emphasis should be on private players in the agricultural sector.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his address here that the private and public sector will have to come together in the agriculture sector, the government has taken a lot of decisions keeping in mind the small farmers of the country. PM Modi said that it will be good for the agriculture sector only by giving strength to small farmers.

Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Farmers will get a price for crop residue, the first agricultural waste plant in a biochar production plant in Bahraich

On the initiative of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, a unique beginning has been made to double the income of farmers in the state. On one hand, the farmers will get money in exchange for the residue. On the other hand, the problem of burning straw can be overcome and environmental protection will also be possible. Trial of the state's first agricultural residue-based biocoll production plant in Bahraich has been completed and is going to start soon.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had directed the Agriculture Department to increase the income of farmers and reduce costs. On his first step a bio-production unit from agricultural waste was set up in Risia, Bahraich in the state. For this, agricultural crop wastes are being purchased from thousands of farmers by paying thousand per ton of paddy straw, corn stalks, sugarcane leaves etc. Fuel briquette pellet manufactured from Agro Waste has been completed in the plant trial.

Monday, 25 January 2021

109 villages will get insurance claim for damaged cotton crops

There is relief news for the farmers of Loharu region. Under the Pradhan Mantri Crop Insurance Scheme for the cotton crop that has been damaged in the year 2020, an amount of about Rs 100 crore has been approved for the farmers of villages of Bahl, Loharu and Sewani area of ​​Loharu region. Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister JP Dalal said that farmers will get this amount only in the month of January.

Agriculture Minister JP Dalal said that the Pradhan Mantri Crop Insurance Scheme is proving beneficial for the farmers. This scheme, implemented under BJP rule, was strongly opposed by the anti-people.

Thursday, 14 January 2021

Govt procured 531.22 lakh tonnes of paddy?

The Indian Govt has procured so far 531.22 lakh tonnes of paddy from more than 70 lakh farmers at the minimum support price (MSP) during the current Kharif marketing season. The Indian govt has made paddy purchase for over one lakh crore rupees. The government is procuring paddy at a time when farmers are agitating on the borders of Delhi demanding the withdrawal of all three new agricultural laws. Kharif marketing season starts in October

Wednesday, 13 January 2021

Odisha Farmer has done such an unimaginable and amazing work?

A farmer of Odisha has done such an unimaginable and amazing work so that the heads of administration also bow down in shame. This farmer did not get water in his farming, he requested the administration many times that water should be given in his field but no one listened.

Finally, the farmer stopped complaining and did such an amazing thing, after which people around him are also coming to see his native invention. A similar interesting incident took place in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha. Where a farmer named Mahur Tipiriya built a native water wheel to reach his farming two kilometers away from the river.

Sunday, 10 January 2021

Rain and cold wave conditions during next five days?

crop and weather

Weather is turning day by day during the new year 2021 in many parts of the country, the drop in temperature has been recorded more than before. In parts of the country due to rain, the temperature dropped and there were cold wave conditions. Apart from this, snowfall in intermittent states like

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