Because of the increased cost of cultivation and the same crops being taken in agriculture, land texture is also getting worse. Farming is getting lost. This leads to a feeling of depression among farmers.
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Tiroda: With the increasing cost of cultivation and the same crops being taken in agriculture, land texture is also getting worse. Farming is getting lost. This leads to a feeling of depression among farmers. However, a farmer from Behariya in Tiroda taluka of the district of Thiroda taluka got a half-a-kilo-a-half month from the farming farming with the help of the body of the farm. He got a net profit of 90 thousand rupees. By successfully cultivating horns in the Bodi, he has given an alternative to paddy crop by making an ideal for farmers.
Dulichand Narayan Patale is the name of the farmer who successfully cultivates the horn of the Beehiya. He has a total of three acres of farmland. During the kharif season, rice crops, rabi season, wheat and dry crops are cultivated. Due to the peak demand, there is a need for more irrigated irrigation for more productive production. He was not satisfied with the income from farming. He was in constant touch with the officers of the Agriculture Department. In the year 2015-16 their village was selected for organic farming. I also participated in it cleanly. Initially this farming was new. However, the farmer’s assistant, Ajay Khanday, has been trained in preparing the farming manure from the market without making it available to the house. This will save the cost of fertilizers. Then in the second year of the third year, I made an acre of organic farming very organic. The dessert extract, chapatti, bajamrut, vermicompost, green leaf manure are prepared at home. Slowly the production is saved and cost saving. The demand for my rice has increased in the market. More than 15 rupees per kilogram of chemical rice is available. Under the Agriculture Department, he has prepared the body in the field under Bodi Yojana. He decided to cultivate the big horn. He cultivated Bodied horn in the guidance of Agriculture Department employees. During the 8 months, the crop came in handy. Specifically, the Shengda crop does not affect any kind of disease and pests. The cost of the spices reduces. No need to sell in horny market. Small tradesmen can buy rings and make rings. In the last season, yield of Rupees 1,50,000 rupees was obtained from the herring farming. Out of this, net profit of Rs. After that there is sufficient water remaining, so that the fish seeds are released. It has now grown from one to one and a half kilos. Patley said that the Bodi has got triple advantage. Agriculture Assistant Ajay Khandayat, Agriculture Supervisor Rahangdale, Board Agriculture Officer Mohdikar, Taluka Agriculture Officer MA Awadhane and SR Pustode and Umesh Sonevane have been directed from time to time.