Tuesday, 31 August 2021

New varieties of potato developed will increase the income of farmers

potato

Potato crop is considered very important for the farmers. Because potato vegetable is used in almost all homes. That's why potato is also called the king of vegetables. It is cultivated in almost all the states of the Country except the southern part of India

Monday, 30 August 2021

Preparation of investment of 2472 crores in Khargone (MP)

agriculture investment

Under the chairmanship of Collector Mrs. Anugrah P, a very important meeting was held in the collectorate's hall on Friday. After which crores of rupees will be invested in the district

Sunday, 29 August 2021

Board took initiative to increase the income of mandis in Madhya Pradesh

mandi

Initiative is being taken by Gandi Board to increase the income of 'C' and 'D' grade mandis of Madhya Pradesh. In this regard, Mandi Board Managing Director, Mrs. Priyanka Das, under the Government of India's important scheme

Saturday, 28 August 2021

Throwing tomatoes on the roads for not getting fair price

tomato

The bumper crop of tomatoes has become a problem for the farmers in Maharashtra this year. It is not getting fair price in the market, angry farmers are throwing tomatoes on the roads due to not being able to cover the cost. Tomato farmers grown by their hard work are forced to throw them on the streets.

Friday, 27 August 2021

Punjab government also increased the rate of sugarcane

sugarcane rate

After Haryana, Punjab has increased its sugarcane rate. Considering the demand of the farmers as reasonable, the Punjab government has increased the rate of sugarcane by Rs

Thursday, 26 August 2021

Severe climate change in cotton growing regions by 2040

 

cotton

A first of its kind global analysis of climate risks to cotton production that also analyzes the socio-economic aspects of cotton, India's cash crop.If the country's carbon emissions remain high, by 2040, a third of India's cotton areas could face higher temperatures, changes in water availability, and extreme weather instability.

Wednesday, 25 August 2021

Mustard price rises- it is good or bad

mustard

The farmer brothers, who were mesmerized by the fragrance of mustard till yesterday, are getting worried today after smelling the fragrance of this mustard. They are getting worried, knowing its recent price. They are getting worried about the economic loss caused by mustard. Furthermore, they are getting worried about their upcoming future

Tuesday, 24 August 2021

Training for mushroom production will be given here from September 1

mushroom farming

There are few such products in the field of agriculture which give more production and profit in a small space or at home. Mushroom is one of these products. For the last few years, mushroom cultivation is being promoted a lot by the government as it can contribute significantly in increasing the income of the farmers. To encourage farmers for mushroom production,

Sunday, 22 August 2021

Unique ID will be created for 58 lakh farmers

 

Unique ID will be created for 58 lakh farmers

The Hemant Soren government of Jharkhand has started a special scheme for the farmers. The name of this scheme is Birsa Kisan. Work has started on this scheme started with the aim of increasing the income of farmers and making them prosperous. Under Birsa Kisan, a unique ID of about 58 lakh farmers of the state will be created, which will also have a barcode. According to the information, the barcode will contain information about the schemes, the benefits of which are being taken by the farmers of the state. Director of Agriculture Department, Nisha Oraon Singhmar gave information in this regard on Wednesday.

Saturday, 21 August 2021

600 crop consultants to help over 10 lakh farmers

600 crop consultants to help over 10 lakh farmers

Agrochemicals maker Insecticide India Limited (IIL) has appointed over 600 crop consultants to help over 10 lakh farmers. The company informed that these crop advisors will help the farmers to understand the correct and judicious use of agro-chemicals. This will help in keeping the environment safe along with agriculture.

The company said in a statement that under the awareness program that started from May this year, this initiative will run till April 2022. Crop advisor will help around 10 lakh 

Friday, 20 August 2021

Compensation for crop loss due to hailstorm in 11 districts

Compensation for crop loss due to hailstorm in 11 districts

 

In the Rabi season year 2020-21, the crops of farmers had suffered a lot due to unseasonal rain and hailstorm in many states of the country. Rajasthan was also included in the states affected by hailstorm. To compensate for this crop loss in Rajasthan, a survey was conducted by the state government. According to which compensation has to be given to the farmers after assessing the loss. The CM has approved the notification for giving/release agricultural inputs to the hailstorm affected farmers.

Thursday, 19 August 2021

Moong procurement quota increased in minimum support price

 

Moong procurement quota increased in minimum support price

A big news has come out for the farmers of Madhya Pradesh. After continuous talks with the central government of the state government, the central government has increased the quota of moong procurement, now the quota of moong in the state has increased to 2 lakh 47000 metric tonnes, before this, the quota of moong procurement in Madhya Pradesh is 1 lakh 34 thousand. Is. Metric Ton.

The data of summer moong and urad registration is given on the e-procurement 

Wednesday, 18 August 2021

Rajasthan Mandi Update

 

Rajasthan Mandi Update

On Tuesday, 15 thousand sacks of various agricultural commodities arrived in Bhamashah Mandi. Wheat 20, gram 50 rupees per quintal remained high, while mustard 100 rupees per quintal remained subdued. The arrival of garlic was around 7,500 bales. Garlic Medium remained low by Rs 300. Garlic sold at Rs 1800 to 7500 per quintal. The prices of sugar in the grocery market also increased for the second day today. Trader Deepak Dalal said that due to increase in tenders and non-availability of vehicles, the supply of sugar was disrupted for the second consecutive day.

More than 40 villages paddy crop affected

 

More than 40 villages paddy crop affected

The floods in the area have destroyed the ration, household along with the demolition of houses, while the agriculture of 46 villages of Dabra Bhitarwar area has also been affected. Now it is difficult to get this season's Kharif crops in these villages. In fact, the fertile soil of many villages has been washed away by floods, erosion has come. According to the Agriculture Department, it may take about 6 months for the fertile soil to be regenerated. In such a situation, no Kharif crop will be possible. Due to which the farmers of these villages have got a double whammy.

Tuesday, 17 August 2021

Weather Forecast and Alert

 


According to the weather forecast agencies rain will start in the country's capital Delhi, Punjab and Haryana from August 19. At the same time, light to moderate rain and thundershower occurred at different places in Uttar Pradesh on Monday. According to the Meteorological Department, on August 18 and August 19, rain may occur at many places in Eastern Uttar Pradesh and at some places in Western Uttar Pradesh.

The Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rains in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and entire Northeast for Tuesday, August 17. Yellow alert has been issued in 5 districts of Odisha regarding rain for the next 48 hours.

Monday, 16 August 2021

Now Paint will be prepare by Cow Dung

 


 The Government of India is working on various schemes to double the income of farmers and make them self-reliant. Under this, the Khadi and Village Industries Commission has also taken such a step for the farmers, which can prove to be very profitable for the farmers. In fact, the Khadi and Village Industries Commission is working on setting up 500 plants to make Khadi natural paint from cow dung all over India.

Apart from agriculture, most of the farmers in India are also dependent on animal husbandry. Till now, organic food is made from animal dung and used in the fields. But the Khadi and Village Industries Commission's plan to make paint from cow dung will provide employment to thousands of farmers and also strengthen the rural economy. Apart from this, the paint prepared from it will be organic and cheap and will not harm the environment either. The government has set a target of producing 1000 liters of paint from each unit made for this.

This paint was launched on January 12, 2021 by Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport & Highways and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME). To benefit more and more people from this move, KVIC has included this project under the Prime Minister's Employment Generation Program (PMEGP), a flagship scheme of the Central Government for employment generation. Just in July, Nitin Gadkari virtually inaugurated the new automated manufacturing unit of Khadi Natural Paints located in Jaipur. He was also made the brand ambassador of this paint.

The Khadi and Village Industries Commission is working on setting up 500 plants for making natural paints all over the country. These plants will be built around the villages. Farmers will have to take animal dung to these plants and give it, whose paint will be made and in return the farmers will be given proper income.

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Sunday, 15 August 2021

Wheat New variety will help farmers to increase profit

Due to weather, fertilizers and seeds, farmers have to deal with all the problems related to agriculture. Research is being done continuously in the Agriculture Department regarding the new varieties of wheat to be prepared in four months

Saturday, 14 August 2021

NABARD will give financial help to the agriculture sector

agriculture

The Haryana government has taken 44 percent financial help from the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development. NABARD is giving an assistance of Rs 1600 crore

Friday, 13 August 2021

Tractors demand and sold figure increased in last months


 Indian Tractor Industry has made a tremendous start with the growth of 31% in the first quarter of the financial year 2021-22. Tractor industry is expected to perform well in Q2 as well due to the rural economy recovering with the support of monsoon. It will be mentioned that the first quarter of both the previous and current financial years (2020-21 and 2021-22) were affected by the lockdown due to the corona epidemic. According to Tractor Manufacturers Association, 72,340 and 63,313 tractors were sold in April and May 2021 respectively and 12456 and 64,860 tractors were sold in the same period last year respectively. In the second wave of the epidemic, tractor sales were also affected during the month of May due to the impact of rural areas, but due to pent up demand by the top leadership of tractor manufacturers, the possibility of increasing tractor sales in the month of June proved to be correct and June In 2021, 1,20,437 tractors were sold. Whereas in June 2020, 98,648 tractors were sold. These figures also include tractors exported.

According to TMA, 63,137 tractors were sold in the domestic tractor market, less 7508 tractors exported in July 2020. Tractor market experts estimate for July 2021 that there may be a jump of 3 to 6% in tractor sales in this month. The figures of the Transport Department of the Central Government also show the same. According to the data, 81,672 tractors have been registered in July 2021, which is about 6% more than the corresponding period of last year. This includes registered tractors for both agricultural and commercial purposes. The growth rate of tractors registered only for agricultural work is about 11%. This growth rate of tractor sales can also be in double digits because the figures of states like Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana are not included in the departmental figures.

Whatever be the story of the figures, but the return of monsoon has rained hopes on the tractor market. Due to good production of Kharif crops, increased support price, upcoming festive season and better Rabi season, tractor sellers expect the market to remain bullish.

Thursday, 12 August 2021

Indian seed market export 1 thousand crores every year

 

Indian seed market export 1 thousand crores every year

India's seed market is one of the largest markets in the world. The total seed export from India is 1 thousand crores every year. The Government of India allocates 70-75 thousand quintals of breeder seeds of high varieties every year. More than the demand in the country There is availability of seeds. This information was given by Union Agriculture Minister Shri Narendra Singh Tomar in Lok Sabha last week. The Agriculture Minister said that the total requirement of seed in Rabi 2020-21 was 292.63 lakh quintals but we had 329.96 lakh quintals of seed available. In Kharif 2021, 165.06 lakh quintal seed is available against 154.50 quintal seed. Denying the shortage of seed in the country, the Agriculture Minister informed that every year Dynamic Seed Rolling Plan in coordination with the State Governments for the requirement and availability of seed across the country. It is prepared, so that in future there will be no trouble.

National Seed Corporation also produces and markets 14-15 lakh quintals of seeds every year. With this, the government has started 150 seed hubs in pulses, 35 in oilseeds, and 24 in nutritious grains to ensure seed supply across the country. are l
 
Under the PPV&FR Act 2001, farmers can register their varieties. Those farmers who are involved in the conservation of genetic resources will also get rewards and recognition. There are a total of 25 seed certification agencies across the country which produce 250-260 lakh quintals of certified seed every year. supervises production.

Tuesday, 10 August 2021

Apply for establishment of Krishi Yantra at 80 percent subsidy

Equipments subsidy

To reduce the cost in agriculture and to do more than one work in less time, the utility of agricultural machines is increasing. In this, from the preparation of sowing of crops to harvesting and the equipment of crop residue management

Monday, 9 August 2021

Apply for betel cultivation on grant

betel subsidy

In order to increase the income of the farmers, horticulture crops are being promoted by the government, for this many schemes are being implemented. Grants are given to encourage farmers to cultivate betel in horticultural crops

Sunday, 8 August 2021

218 villages of Madhya Pradesh most affected by floods

MP Flood

In the last few days, many villages have been affected by the heavy rains in Gwalior and Chambal divisions of Madhya Pradesh. Life there has not been normal till now. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh has given instructions to speed up the rescue and relief work by conducting an aerial tour

Saturday, 7 August 2021

Farmer-grown dragon fruit exports London

dragon fruit

To boost the export of exotic fruits, rich in fiber and minerals procured from farmers of Gujarat and West Bengal, consignments of dragon fruit were first exported to London

Thursday, 5 August 2021

Bihar Beej Anudan Avedan 2021-2022

The sowing of Kharif crop in the country is almost done or some is left. Farmers are out of worry about its cultivation. Farmer brothers are now thinking of sowing the upcoming season Rabi crop as sowing of Rabi crops will start from last week of September and first week of October.

Monday, 2 August 2021

New livestock scheme

cattle scheme

Along with agriculture in Haryana, emphasis is also being laid on animal husbandry in villages. Most of the farmer families here have milch animals.

Sunday, 1 August 2021

States including Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh will receive heavy rain alert for farmers

weather

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has said in its forecast that there is a possibility of heavy rain in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan on Monday.

Soybean and Mustard Prices and demand increase?

mustardThe price of mustard seed has come down by about Rs 25 per kg from soybean. Due to the huge increase in the price of soybean grain in the futures trade of NCDEX in Indore, the upper circuit had to be imposed at six percent. On the exchange here, the price of the August contract of soybean was quoted at Rs 9,518 a quintal

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