Mung and fish farming in the pond
Farmers can increase nitrogen levels by raising fish in ponds. This method is completely organic. No organic or chemical fertilizers or products are required. It also leads to increased yields and lower cost revenue. In Gujarat, 4 lakhs hector area lacks.
There are many such lakes in Gujarat where fish are reared. Maga plants do not allow nitrogen deficiency in the soil and water of the lake. Cultivation of mug or bean crop leads to an increase in nitrogen, which leads to proper utilization of the biological load available in the pond. This improves the balance of nutrients and increases production. Also the soil of the field or lake becomes better. Fish farming in these ponds gives better results. After the cultivation of chicken, fish farming on that land gives 10-12 quintal yield per acre. In this way farmers can earn well. Apart from this, farmers cultivating paddy in hilly areas can also do this.
There are 100 lakes in Ahmedabad alone. Which empties after winter. On an average there are 2 lakes in each village of Gujarat. There are 35 thousand lakes in the village and the city. The area of 150 lakes is 2.42 lakh hectares. The area of 5200 irrigated lakes is 65 thousand hectares. The area of 30 thousand small lakes is about 1 lakh hectares. The cultivation of the mug is good when it is empty. Fish die in an empty lake. Which is best for mugs. The straw of the mug plant is the best food for the fish living inside the pond.