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Fruit cultivation in Tripura has increased by 286%, claims CM Biplab Deb

Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb informed on August 17 initiatives to double farmer’s income by 2022, are paying rich dividends for the farmers of Tripura.

Inaugurating a programme on the cultivation of horticultural crops for progressive farmers organized by Horticulture Research Complex at Nagicherra in West Tripura district on Tuesday, Chief Minister said “Importance has been given to use of modern technology for agricultural and farmer’s welfare in the state. Different positive steps have been taken to increment horticultural crop production through research-based modern processes.”

In three and a half years under the present government, the area under fruit cultivation has increased by 286%, the amount of vegetable cultivation has increased by 53%, the area of flower cultivation in open space has increased by 87%. At present, 1840 Ha garden areas have been rejuvenated. The amount of floriculture land in the conserved area has increased by 222%. At present, an initiative has been taken to construct three new solar energy-based cold storage. Market exposure for mushroom cultivation has increased by 12%.

Chief Minister said, on the one hand, income has increased with the help of various projects of the central and state government to improve the quality of farmers, on the other, the fear of loss has been replaced by the assurance of marketing. Due to the change in mentality about income generation, educated youths of the state have also started associating themselves with the agricultural profession today. Prime Minister even mentioned a successful youth farmer from Kumarghat in his Maan Ki Baat. Instead of letting youths astray through protests and movements, the state is encouraging them to engage in productive work.

Source: Northeast Today

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