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स्रोत: Press Information Bureau, GoI

कृषि सुधार कानून 2020

स्रोत: किसान समाधान

  • by Kisan Samadhan

    काबुली चना की खेती भारत में देसी चना (कत्त्थई से हल्का काला) की खेती बहुत समय से की जा रही है वही आजकल बाजार में मांग बढ़ने के साथ काबुली चने की खेती की तरफ भी किसानों का रुझान काफी बढ़ा है | काबुली चने का दाना सफ़ेद (हल्के बादामी रंग) एवं साइज़ में देसी […]
  • by Kisan Samadhan

    कठिया Durum गेहूं की खेती दुनियाभर के बाजार में कठिया गेहूं की मांग तेजी से बढ़ रही है, कठिया गेहूं में पोषक तत्वों की मात्रा अधिक होने एवं उधोगों में अधिक मांग होने की वजह से इसके भाव भी अच्छे मिलते हैं | कठिया durum गेंहूँ की खेती प्रायः असिंचित दशा में की जाती थी […]
  • by Kisan Samadhan

    बुआई से पूर्व भूमि शोधन एवं बीज शोधन रबी सत्र 2020–21 प्रारम्भ हो चुका है |फसलों में बहुत से कीट एवं रोग लगते हैं जिससे उत्पदकता तो कम होती ही है, कीटनाशक एवं अन्य दवाओं के प्रयोग से लागत भी बढ़ जाती है | इसलिए कीट एवं रोगों से बचने के लिए प्रमाणित बीज का […]
  • by Kisan Samadhan

    गेहूं की असिंचित क्षेत्रों में खेती देश में खरीफ फसलों में धान तो रबी फसलों में गेहूं सबसे मुख्य फसल है | विश्व भर में, भोजन के लिए उगाई जाने वाली धान्य फसलों मे मक्का के बाद गेहूं दूसरी सबसे ज्यादा उगाई जाने वाले फसल है, धान का स्थान गेहूं के ठीक बाद तीसरे स्थान […]
  • by Kisan Samadhan

    बैंगन Brinjal की वैज्ञानिक खेती देश में बैंगन आलू के बाद दूसरी सबसे अधिक खपत वाली सब्जी फसल है | विश्व में चीन के बाद भारत बैंगन की दूसरी सबसे अधिक पैदावार वाला देश है । बैंगन भारत का देशज है । प्राचीन काल से भारत में इसकी खेती होती आ रही है। ऊँचे भागों […]
  • by Kisan Samadhan

    गेहूं की विकसित किस्म पूसा तेजस HI 8759 देश में किसानों की आय बढ़ाने एवं कम लागत में अधिक उत्पदान देने वाली किस्मों के विकास हेतु भारतीय कृषि अनुसन्धान परिषद् ICAR के विभिन्न संस्थानों की सहायता से फसलों की नई- नई किस्में विकसित की जा रही हैं | पूसा तेजस किस्म भारतीय कृषि अनुसन्धान परिषद् […]

स्रोत: DownToEarth

स्रोत: agrifarming.in

  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction to Organic Lemon Farming The botanical name of Lemon is Citrus limon. Citrus is an important fruit crop and Lemon is one of the important categories of citrus. It is known for its pulp and juice throughout the world.  […]
  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction to Organic Olive Farming Olive is a subtropical broad-leaved evergreen tree that belongs to the Oleaceae family and its edible fruit. The fruit and its oil are key elements in the cuisine of the Mediterranean and are popular outside […]
  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction to Organic Spirulina Farming, Production Spirulina (Arthrospira platensis) is a naturally occurring blue-green micro-algae which grows in warm water alkaline lakes and it is used as a nutritional supplement. It is a type of blue-green algae that’s loaded with […]
  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction on how to start a backyard herbs farming The fresh fragrance of a sprinkle of chopped coriander in soup, the robust earthy flavor of curry leaves in curry, and the energizing taste of just-picked mint in the morning tea […]
  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction on Rythu Bandhu in Telangana Agriculture is the backbone of the Indian economy. The maximum population in India relies on agriculture for their living. The farmer in India mainly depends upon rainfall for irrigation of crops. There are lots […]
  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction to Organic Papaya Farming Papaya belongs to the family Caricaceae. Organic Papaya cultivation in India is a profitable and relatively safe agriculture business. Papaya is also known as pawpaw is a delicious fruit rich in vitamin C. Papaya is […]

स्रोत: vantikatech.com

  • by Vantika Tech

    Due to the long delay in the withdrawal of the southwest monsoon due to soil moisture, farmers have started sowing of rabi crops this year and around 9.84% sowing has been completed so far as compared to last year. Data […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    The state government of Chhattisgarh will take initiative to give the status of farming to fisheries said Bhupesh Baghel Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh. Instructions have been given to officials to plan for this.Addressing the conference of Chhattisgarh Fishermen Society organized […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    The government will give Awards (honors) to farmers producing paddy, potatoes, fruits as well as goat and fish farming farmers. At the block level in four categories, 2136 farmers will be given 10-10 thousand rupees under the Kisan Shree Award. […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    Changes in agriculture are also taking place over time. In earlier times, more labor was required for agricultural work. And laborers were easily found, but with increasing time, the number of laborers in agriculture started decreasing and took the help […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    The data for the Wholesale Price Index(WPI) for October 2020 has been released. On a month-on-month basis, wholesale inflation has risen from 1.32 percent in September to 1.48 percent in October. This is the third consecutive increase in the past […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    Have you heard about the 'Gather thistles and expect pickles' this comes true with farmers and agriculture department. The negligence of the Agriculture Department has been heavy on the farmers. Krishi Vikas Baranthi circle gave cauliflower seeds to farmers, but mustard […]

स्रोत: devinder-sharma.blogspot.com

  • by Devinder Sharma

    Will markets give him the right price? If making Minimum Support Price (MSP) a legal right for farmers “will spell disaster in the markets, and private players will hesitate to enter into the market,” the fundamental question that protesting farmers are […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

     Reiterating what a former US Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz (at the time of Ronald Reagan) had once given a call: “Get big or get out,” Sonny Perdue, US President Donald Trump’s Agriculture Secretary too recently said: “In America, the big […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    At a time when farmers are up in arms against three contentious agriculture bills passed in Parliament advocating an open market system, agriculture expert and commentator Devinder Sharma talks to Sanjeev Verma on how open agriculture markets have failed to provide relief […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    Picture courtesy: oneindia.com It was some 12 years back, I read a shocking report in New York Times detailing how a small dairy farmer, distressed over falling milk prices, first shot each of his 51 cows and then shot himself. Severe agrarian […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    In the midst of an economic slump, reflected through the tumbling of GDP figures for the first quarter of the financial year, agriculture has emerged as the only bright spot. Riding on the back of a bountiful rabi crop harvest, […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    India is the world's largest milk producerFor decades, American dairy farms have been hit by low prices. While the small dairy farms have increasingly pulled down shutter, the continued expansion of corporate farming resulted in surplus milk production leading to […]