Agro-Science Seminar to increase revenue of farmer
Bikaner, October 27. 21-day winter training is being organized by Indian Agricultural Research Council(IARC ), New Delhi regarding 'double income by advanced technology in dry regional fruits and vegetables' from Saturday to 17th November, by Central dry Horticulture Institute.
20 agricultural scientists from the Indian Agricultural Research Council's institutions, agricultural universities of the states and 20 agricultural scientists from various centers of the country, including Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Punjab, Gujarat, Uttarakhand and Rajasthan will participate in the training. Dr. Om Prakash Yadav, Director, Kajree, Jodhpur, Honorary Guests and Vice Chancellor, Dr. Balraj Singh, Vice Chancellor, Jodhpur University will be honored at the inauguration ceremony. P. L. Siroj will do. Famous agricultural scientists from the country will give lectures on doubling of the income of farmers with the advanced techniques of dry regional fruits and vegetables, in which training of scientists from different areas receiving these skills will be provided to farmers and trained them.
Institution Director Prof. P. L. Through this Saroj, the campaign for doubling of the excise duty of the labored farmers to the agricultural income is being increased through this. To meet the growing demands of the population and to double the agricultural income in the field of fruits and vegetables, efficiency in production and productivity-enhancing through advanced horticulture technology is the best option. Co-ordinator of training program and chairman of crop production department, Dr. B. Dr. Sharma and senior scientist Dr. Mukesh Kumar Jatav said that after getting the training this scientist will train the farmers in their respective areas and further this campaign.