Wednesday, January 20, 2021

How Gujarat govt imposed curbs on livestock export for ‘fearR...

Monday, June 24, 2019 By RK Misra* Insidious are the ways authorities function, preaching one thing, practicing quite another. Administrative muscle-flexing to suit political goals was on display when the BJP-led Vijay Rupani government in Gujarat banned the export of livestock days ahead of Eid. Even the Narendra Modi-led government expressed ...

In Gujarat, 73 percent of the potatoes are produce of Lady Rosetta and...

From September to October, farmers have started preparing the sowing of potato crop. Before sowing, farmers prefer disease resistant varieties. The Central Potato Research Institute has developed potato varieties by region. Therefore, scientists have asked to cultivate potato varieties according to the 7 climatic zones of Gujarat. In 2020, 40–45cr ...

Sarpanch Danubhai picks up 9 lakh jewelry from his wife and finishes t...

The condition of the poor in every village of Gujarat is bad. They have no grain to eat. So the people of the village are helping.  There is a problem for families running Gujarat through daily labor. Politicians fill their homes with corruption throughout their lives, but at such times they never help or donate to the poor. But a sarpanch has show...

The Agrarian Reform Bill has nothing to do with the MSP, UM State for ...

Gandhinagar, 15 December 2020 Today, Union Minister of State for Agriculture Parshottam Rupala said Gandhinagar that farmers' organizations and farmers across the country demanded to implement the recommendations laid down in the 2004 report of the Swaminathan Commission. There is no provision in the bill for the agreement between the private...

Agriculture scientist in Gujarat is developing a new breed of millet g...

allgujaratnews.in@gmail.com Anand : After 50 years, people have reduced their consumption of millet to a minimum. Therefore, the animal does not have its plants as dry or green fodder. In 50 years of millet 5 times the area under cultivation has dropped. The human population and the animal population have increased four times. Then millet is now...

Recommendation for setting up industries only on non-cultivable land i...

Gandhinagar, 15 March 2020 The deserted deserted and non-cultivable land in Gujarat was 26 lakh hectares in 2005-06. It has dropped to 21 lakh hectares in 10 years. 13.80% of the land in Gujarat is deserted and deserted. In Kutch district, 36.92% of such land is due to desert. The desert in Surendranagar, Jamnagar-Devbhumi Dwarka has 1.55 lakh h...
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Gujarat Kisan Sangh Recall your demand of 10 years, why are you silent...

Gandhinagar, 21 December 2020 The farmers are opposing the black law, and the Gujarat Kisan Sangh, a RSS wing, BJP supporter, has become a parrot and has kept quiet instead of talking about the farmer. The BJP's Rupani is with the government, but the Kisan Sangh does not belong to the 30 lakh poor farmer families in Gujarat. At the Kisan Adhi...

Gujarat sowing in 2 lakh hectares, this will be done 95% in 4 days whe...

Gandhinagar, 9 June 2020 According to the meteorological department, another round of rain will fall in Gujarat in the next 4 days by 13 June 2020. Some rivers in Saurashtra, South Gujarat, Central Gujarat and Kutch have been flooded due to rains. Farmers are happy with the rains that are suitable for sowing. By June 6, 2020, 2.18 lakh hectares ha...

Gujarat has the highest salinity land in the country, loss of Rs 10,00...

Gandhinagar, 16 January 2021 Gujarat is the only region where coastal, geographical, desert coasts, riverside, low rainfall, deep groundwater irrigation are causing increasing problem of saline soil walkway. Deserts, seas, dams and boreholes have become a curse for the farmers of Gujarat. White colour is found on alkaline soils. PH is less th...
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Land grabber in Gujarat will be sentenced to 14 years in 6 months, FIR...

Gandhinagar, 16 December 2020 The Gujarat  Land Grabbing Prohibition Bill, 2020, rules have been enacted from thugs and 16 December 2020, against thugs who illegally land on government, ordinary farmers, private individuals and land owned by public trusts and monasteries Capture. On September 25, 2020, Revenue Minister Kaushik Patel announced, t...
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Due to excess rainfall in Gujarat, peanut oil has increased aflatoxin ...

Gandhinagar, 8 January 2020 A poison called aflatoxin from Aspergillus fungus is found in peanuts, flour, cumin, corn, wheat, millet, rice. The most dangerous poison in peanuts has been found in Gujarat, India, in the year 2020-21. Those who are at risk of liver, cancer and stops developing children. Despite such a dangerous result, the Office of...

Wheat harvesting 26-33% against total sown area

During Rabi season 2020 over 1 LMT Pulses and Oilseeds procured worth Rs. 526.84 crore, benefitting 75,984 farmers Direct purchase from farmers by Bulk Buyers facilitated; uberisation of logistics aggregator launched on e-NAM Delhi, 10 APR 2020 In order to facilitate the farmers and farming activities at field level during the lockdown perio...

ALL CALLS FROM JIO TO ANY NETWORK IS FREE

Mumbai, 31st December 2020 As per directions of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), Bill and Keep regime is being implemented in the country from 1st January 2021, thereby ending interconnect usage charges (IUC) for all domestic voice calls. Honouring its commitment to revert off-net domestic voice-call charges to zero, as soon as ...

Destruction of agricultural crops by a fungus , easy way to destroy vi...

Gandhinagar, 20 July Destruction of crops by fungi has started all over Gujarat. Sukkar and Mulkhai disease are land borne diseases. Many crops are threatened by a fungus, including peanuts, cotton and sesame. If the fungus does not stop, then the destruction of the fungus will spoil a good monsoon. 3 effective remedies for fungus have been shown ...

Think seven times before doing hydroponics farming, this farmer stoppe...

Gandhinagar, 02 August 2020 Mahendra Narasimha Patel of Kasindra village in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, who has been associated with agriculture for 25 years, says he decided to cultivate Dutch roses in hydroponics with greenhouses in order to get more production through the greenhouse website, in 2019. I had a high-tech greenhouse project. Irrigation w...