Publish Date : 06/07/2018
Nuh, 05 July: – The program was organized at village Uton, Block Tauru in the agricultural welfare campaign being run by Haryana State Horticulture Development Agency. In which Mr. Ajesh Kumar of Horticulture Department, AAE Stay in the main He apprised farmers about the schemes related to horticulture and motivated them to grow more and more vegetables and vegetables. People are present in the program. Come to the program K.V.K. Dr. Ram Sevak and Dr. Kavita, a scientist of Gurugram, told the farmers that the intention of the government is to double the income of the farmers by year 2022. He told all the farmers present in the program to get maximum benefit from public welfare schemes in the program run by the Agricultural Welfare Campaign.
District Jagannath Officer, Dr. Jagdish Chandra Singh, while addressing the farmers present in the districts, planted more and more well-rounded pods in the districts on which the Horticulture Department will give 50% subsidy and told the farmers that the farmers having at least 5 acres It is land that the garden and vegetable grow in at least 1-2 acres of land. The Horticulture Department will grant 25-100% subsidy on all the horticulture schemes to motivate the farmers to install drip and drip irrigation for saving the water on which the department will provide 60% and 70% subsidy. He urged the farmers to come forward and come forward to take advantage of these schemes / schemes.
On this occasion, Assistant Agriculture Engineer, Deep Chand, who came from the Agriculture and Farmer Welfare Department, gave information to the farmers regarding agricultural mechanization such as power tiller, spramp pipe disk harrow etc. and on the occasion, filled the applications of farmers and came from the forest department. Sanjay Yadav Divisional Forest Officer encouraged farmers to plant more and more and distributed 5-5 plants per family.
He said that under the prime minister’s agricultural irrigation scheme, under the micro-irrigation scheme, in the district, in the area of 150 hectare area, sprinkler systems will be planted in Tipka Sindhi and 700 hectare area. On which 60-70 percent grant is to be given.