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स्रोत: Press Information Bureau, GoI

कृषि सुधार कानून 2020

स्रोत: किसान समाधान

  • by Kisan Samadhan

    बीज बुआई के लिए बीजोपचार एवं बीज अंकुरण परिक्षण देश के कई राज्यों के जिलों में मानसून पहुँचने के साथ ही अच्छी बारिश भी हो चुकी है, ऐसे में किसान खरीफ की बुआई की आवश्यक तैयारी में लग गए हैं | खेती में बीज की महत्ता बहुत ही अधिक है क्योंकि बीज पर पूरा कृषि […]
  • by Kisan Samadhan

    मक्का की नई उन्नत किस्में मक्का की खेती का नम्बर देश में धान तथा गेहूं के बाद तीसरे नंबर पर आता है | इसकी खेती वर्ष में दो बार होने के कारण उत्पादन काफी अधिक होता है | मक्के के अधिक उत्पादन के लिए यह जरुरी रहता है की मक्के का बीज तथा बुआई का […]
  • by Kisan Samadhan

    नीम लेपित यूरिया के लाभ रासायनिक उर्वरकों के प्रयोग से फसलों के उत्पादन में बढ़ोतरी होती है परन्तु इसके परिणाम स्वरूप मृदा संरचना एवं पर्यावरण पर प्रतिकूल प्रभाव पड़ता है | इससे मृदा में जल अधिग्रहण क्षमता, वायु संरचना और कार्बनिक पदार्थों की मात्रा में कमी आती है | इन दुष्परिणामों को ध्यान में रखकर […]
  • by Kisan Samadhan

    धान की डीएसआर मशीन से बिजाई खेती-किसानी कार्यों में कृषि यंत्रों का महत्त्व लगातार बढ़ता जा रहा है, कृषि यंत्रों की मदद से जहाँ कार्य कम समय में हो जाता है वहीँ इससे लागत भी कम आती है | ऐसा ही कृषि यंत्र धान की खेती करने वाले किसानों के लिए तैयार किया गया है […]
  • by Kisan Samadhan

    सोयाबीन बुआई के लिए मुख्य बातें खरीफ मौसम में सोयाबीन की खेती तेलहन के रूप में प्रमुखता से की जाती है | कई बार सोयाबीन में कीट रोगों के प्रकोप से फसल को काफी नुकसान होता है ऐसे में किसानों को वैज्ञानिक तरीके से खेती कर इस नुकसान को कम करने की आवश्यकता है | […]
  • by Kisan Samadhan

    कतरनी धान की खेती देश में खरीफ सीजन में धान एक प्रमुख फसल है, देश भर में अलग-अलग राज्यों में अलग-अलग धान की प्रजाति की खेती की जाती है | ऐसे ही कतरनी धान का उत्पादन बिहार तथा उत्तर प्रदेश के विभिन्न जिलों में किया जाता है | यह सुगंध, स्वाद के लिए विश्व में […]

स्रोत: DownToEarth

स्रोत: agrifarming.in

  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction to Karonda Cultivation (Carissa carandas): Karonda fruits are botanically called Carissa Carandas, are sour, subtly sweet berries growing on a woody shrub belonging to the Apocynaceae family. It is an evergreen deciduous shrub that is believed to have originated […]
  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction to Growing Plumeria from Seed (Frangipani): Plumeria flowers are popular in many parts of the world and belong to the Dogbane or Apocynaceae family. They are also known as Frangipani or Champa. The Plumeria is an attractive tropical plant […]
  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction to Fish Farming in Nigeria: Fish farming is a popular business in Nigeria and it is increasingly growing popular because of the demand for healthy animal protein. The good thing about the fish farming business is that it is […]
  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction to Growing Borage from Seed: Borage is also called bugloss and starflower is an easily grown hardy annual flowering herb. The botanical name of Borage is Borago officinalis. It thrives in a sunny spot and also needs well-drained soil. […]
  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction to growing Hyssop plants: Hyssop plant is an evergreen herb plant that belongs to the mint family (Lamiaceae), grown for its aromatic leaves and flowers. Home herb gardeners are growing the Hyssop plant for its dark green leaves which […]
  • by Jagdish Reddy

    Introduction to Vegetable Farming in Australia: ​The Australian vegetable farming sector is an important source of food. All vegetables are an important part of healthy eating and provide a source of many nutrients and fiber. The distribution of agricultural production […]

स्रोत: vantikatech.com

  • by Vantika Tech

    Turmeric with innumerable benefits can become a means of earning by making your unusable land useful. By cultivating turmeric in a shady place, orchard, barn, farmers can earn four times their cost within seven-eight months. Turmeric crop can prove to […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    Soybean, a Kharif oilseed crop grown prominently in MP, Maharashtra and Rajasthan, is taken in about 13 million hectares in the country. Whereas M.P. In this year about 64 lakh hectares. A target has been set to take soybean, but […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    Farmers across the country have started preparations for planting paddy. Most of the farmers in our country give priority to the cultivation of paddy. In this episode, the Haryana government has given an important advice to the farmers of its […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    The Madhya Pradesh government is in the process of making necessary amendments in the scheme to ensure the participation of small, marginal and forest dwellers in the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana. The government will bear 100% of the premium […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    The weather pattern is like monsoon. In the first fortnight of June, more than 45 mm of rain brought much relief to the farmers. Along with plowing the fields, preparations are going on for planting paddy nursery.This time farmers are […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    In Madhya Pradesh this year, summer moong crop has been sown in 4.77 lakh hectares, due to which 6.56 lakh metric tonnes of moong is likely to be produced, but farmers are worried about its falling price in the market. […]

स्रोत: devinder-sharma.blogspot.com

  • by Devinder Sharma

    Pic courtesy: Khaleej Times In a tweet, the popular IndianHistorypics handle shared the cover story of the erstwhile popular Hindi weekly Dharamyug (Sept 1972) titled: Ann Upjaaye Kisan ! Bhhooko Mare Kisan ! (Farmers grow food! Farmers die of hunger!). The focus […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    Ever since the first wave of coronavirus pushed countries into a lockdown, the central banks, mainly in the rich countries, printed US $ 9 trillion of surplus money. Well, the underlying objective was to infuse this surplus money into the […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    Pic courtesy: web In an address to Congress, US President Joe Biden stated: “Trickle down economics has never worked. And it’s time to grow the economy from the bottom and the middle out.” This is probably the first time any US […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    Public health infrastructure in shambles. Pic courtesy – Outlook IndiaIn a government hospital in Meerut in Uttar Pradesh, an Indian Express report says many patients bring their own folding cots; many other lie on the floor on bed sheets. And such […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    Pic courtesy: NDTV This is disturbing. With only one among 500 in the low-income countries having received the vaccine shot in poor countries, a rigorous vaccine inequality has been at play. This is against every fourth person in the rich countries […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    Around the mid-1980s, my interest grew in the extent of subsidies rich developed countries were giving to the agriculture sector. If farmers in rich countries were allegedly doing so well, why did these governments, all champions of the free market, […]