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Interchangeable Crops Lead Farmer towards Profit

Thursday - October 12, 2017 1:00 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH
Bhopal: Bhagwat Singh, a farmer of village Vardha of Nateran block-district Vidisha earned a good profit against the agriculture input cost and his labour taking interchangeable crops by adopting modern agriculture techniques. His economic condition was deteriorating earlier due to low profit through traditional crops and lack of information beside his labour and input cost. He was facing difficulties to make both the ends meet for his family.

At such a time, the officers of the agriculture department together with the Krishak Bhraman dal advised him to take interchangeable crops with the modern agriculture techniques. The interchangeable crops facilitates soil fertility enhancement, protect crops from insects and increases agriculture production besides other benefits.

According to the advice, Kushwaha took soybean and arhar crop during kharif season with Dharwad method and wheat with M.R.I. method which yielded quality production as expected. During Rabi, he sowed grams with alsi in ratio of 5:1 which protected the crop from Uktha disease and reduced the risk of insects’ affect which helped him getting good production as compared to the last year.

Not only this, Bhagwat Singh informed other farmers about the profit he earned through interchangeable crops. Several farmers inspired by him have started sowing interchangeable crops now.-Windowtonews
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