Farmers prosper due to bamboo cultivation: Gadkari

  • Farmers prosper due to bamboo cultivation: Gadkari
    Farmers prosper due to bamboo cultivation: Gadkari
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5 million people get jobs in China due to bamboo cultivation Bamboo is also cultivated in grassland crop which is also planted in wetland. If the farmers planted the bamboo on the farm's soil, they will get productive produce for years. If the bamboo does not get good prices, then the government is ready to fix the rates like sugarcane, assured Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.

The agro-national National Agriculture Exhibition started on Monday in the last three days at Reshimbag ground. Union home minister Hansraj Ahir, Agriculture Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Gaurishankar Bisen, Haryana's Agriculture Minister, Om Prakash Dhankar and others were present.

Lakhs of hectare space has been available for central government's approval of shrines and grazing land as 'revenue land' instead of forest land. Gadkari said that if planting of bamboo in this place would protect the environment and create employment for lakhs of people. Gadkari said that the committee has been entrusted to the committee under the chairmanship of Maharashtra's Forest Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar to make 10 million plantations on the banks of Ganga.

Hansraj Ahir said that the Maharashtra government has made land available for the project to start the urea project in Chandrapur and soon the land will be made.

It is necessary to make available protein-rich feed to the milk producers in Vidarbha to bring about the revolution. For this, NDDB has instructed to make cattle feed by processing agricultural goods like silk farm mud cotton, rice husk. Due to the pre-cooling and cold storage facilities in Sindhi in Wardha district, the path of introduction of oranges and other agricultural products in Vidarbha will be opened in the global market. For this, farmers should make changes in the peak system, Gadkari said.

This year, farmers visited about five lakh farmers in AgroVision and more than 30,000 farmers have participated in the workshop, informed AgroVision organizing committee secretary Ravi Bormkar.

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