Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Tag: Agriculture

Permission by Milk Marketing Federation to Dudhsagar Dairy to set up p...

Mehsana Mehsana's Dudhsagar Dairy expanding its business. Dudhsagar Dairy is no longer limited to Gujarat. Now it is spreading to other states of the country. Mehsana Dudhsagar Dairy Plant to be set up in Himachal Pradesh and Haryana Mehsana Dudhsagar Dairy has been approved by Amul Milk Marketing Federation to set up a milk processing plant in Hi...

High Court reprimands BJP’s failed Rupani government for not pro...

High Court sacks government over fire safety issue Why does the government allow hospitals to remain in homes: High Court Instructions to AMC and State Government to prepare a precise policy on Fire NOC and BU Permission Ahmedabad The hearing of the state's fire safety case is going on in the High Court. During the Corona period, the government...

Kerala, 28,000 people were bitten by cats in a month

Cats become trouble for the people of Kerala, Government of Kerala has recorded the figures in response to a petition filed under RTI Kerala Dogs roaming the streets are usually violent and bite people. People in all states of India are suffering from stray dogs. However, cats have become a problem for the people of Kerala. The past few years ha...

PROJECT O2 for INDIA

Delhi 13 JUN 2021 The second wave of COVID-19 saw an increase indemand for medical oxygen in different parts of the country. While meeting the current demand,manufacturing medical oxygen also became important to ensure we have adequate supply in the future. ‘Project O2 for India’ of the Office of Principal Scientific Adviser, Government of India, ...

Government clarifies that there is no cyber breach into NIC email syst...

Delhi, 13 JUN 2021 A media story on impact of data breaches in organisations such as Air India, Big Basket and Domino’s has claimed that these breaches have exposed email accounts and passwords of NIC emails to the hackers. In view of this it is important to clarify that firstly, there has been no cyber breach into the email system of the Gover...

Govt approves Rs 498.8 crore budgetary support for Defence innovation ...

13 JUN 2021, Delhi Raksha Mantri Shri Rajnath Singh has approved the budgetary support of Rs 498.8 crore to Innovations for Defence Excellence (iDEX) - Defence Innovation Organisation (DIO) for the next five years. The budgetary support will provide a big boost to the ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’ of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi as iDEX–DIO h...

More than 250 medicinal plants and museums of farmer Ram Lotan

13 June 2021 Farmer Ram Lotan Kushwaha of Atravediya village of Uchehra in Satna district of Madhya Pradesh is working to save herbs with indigenous seeds and native vegetables. He has more than 250 medicinal plants in his garden. His father's love for Ayurveda attracted him. The villagers call him 'Vaidya ji'. There are pods of dried, citrus fru...
NARMEDA DAM

Arsenic drinking water in Gujarat due to excessive use in agriculture...

Gandhinagar, 12 February 2021 People are forced to drink arsenic-toxic water. In Gujarat, 24 percent or 1.65 crore people are using poisonous arsenic water. IIT Kharagpur has conducted a study based on Artificial Intelligence (AI). Groundwater enters the body through irrigated fields, cooked vegetables, cooking, drinking water. Arsenic has be...
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Farmers beat thali to Rupani government, Chief Minister lied about pay...

Dwarka, 23 November 2020 No one has come for a month to assess the damage crope caused to farmers in Gujarat's farms, because late rain . There is no proposal in the state government. No one has come to the farmers' field to conduct any survey with the state government. So how long will farmers keep this rotten crop? Farmer leader Palbhai Amb...

Gujarat farmer are getting rich due to coriander cultivation, large sc...

Gandhinagar, 22 November 2020 The aroma of food comes only when the aroma of coriander is added to cook. Coriander cultivation takes place every winter. After good rains this year in Gujarat, there is likely to be a large increase in farmers' coriander cultivation due to good groundwater. 100 percent growth in 10 years has been done in coriander...

Why farmers of Gujarat are soft in hot chili production

Gandhinagar, 21 November 2020 In Gujarat, production was 22051 tonnes in 2019-20, with dry chilli cultivation on 11299 hectares. Against this, the production in India was 17.64 lakh tonnes in 7.33 lakh hectares (18.11 lakh acres). Which yields 2400 kg per hectare. Farmers of Gujarat get 1900 kg of production in hectare. Gondal area  crops yield ...

Pink Caterpillar strikes 6 lakh hectare BT cotton in Saurashtra, farme...

Pink worms have affected an area of ​​6 lakh hectares of Bt cotton in 11 districts of Saurashtra, where farmers irrigated and planted cotton before the monsoon rains. Severely pinkish larvae may be at greater risk if farmers plant early next year. So next year, farmers who grow cotton in 6-7 lakh hectares before the rain will face difficulties. In ...

After White Revolution, how much farmers of Anand’s Dandi villag...

Gandhinagar, 11 November 2020 After the white revolution of milk, Anand has paved a new path for the orange revolution of solar electricity. Solar farmers have gained recognition in the world by establishing a solar power producer cooperative mandali in Dhundi village with a population of 1500 in Thasara taluka of Kheda district. Earn 30 lakhs i...

Save Indigenous Heritage Mango Variety Andolan in Gujarat, grafting of...

Successful use of harvesting of native black leaf mangoes to fight water-climate change of Kesar mango, nursery among farmers of Gir Amadavad, 8 November 2020 Mansukhbhai Suvagia, who traveled all over Gujarat and received quality information of mangoes, has been reported that there are 8,000 types of native mangoes in the Gir region alone. T...

Farmers of Gujarat hang lemons on their mustaches, Gujarat has the hig...

Dilip Patel, Ahmedabad, 2 November 2020 According to the lemon production released by APEDA for 2017-18, India produces 31.47 lakh tonnes of lemons. In which 6.05 lakh tonnes of lemon have been grown in Gujarat. Which is 19.24 percent of the country's production. Has defeated Gujarat's rival Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh has a share of 18 perce...