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People's problems increased due to continuous increase in inflation, the price of cumin crossed Rs 700

People's problems increased due to continuous increase in inflation, the price of cumin crossed Rs 700

Inflation is at its peak today. Today, not only cumin has become expensive, but the prices of other spices have also increased. Red chili is also bringing tears to people's eyes. Currently, red chili is being sold at Rs 350 to Rs 400 per kg in the retail market. Similarly, cloves cost Rs 1500 to 1800 per kg. 

As we know, inflation is not showing any signs of decreasing. Let us tell you that when the price of one thing decreases, other food products become expensive. Especially the rising prices of spices have troubled the general public, due to which the taste of food has changed a lot. Due to cumin being expensive, many people have stopped adding tadka to pulses and vegetables. The general public hopes that the prices of cumin will fall as the rainfall decreases. But, nothing like this seems to be happening. Even after the weakening of the monsoon, instead of becoming cheaper, cumin is becoming expensive. The price of one kg of cumin in the retail market has increased to more than Rs 700. Due to this the kitchen budget has deteriorated considerably. 

Also read: Spices or Masala price hike; First vegetable, now tadka in pulses has also become expensive, a record increase in the prices of spices.

Nowadays the price of cumin is Rs 750 to Rs 800.  

The havoc of inflation is so great that on Wednesday, cumin was sold at Rs 53 thousand 111 per quintal in the market located in the Nagaur district of Rajasthan. However, farmers are unhappy due to the increase in the price of cumin. This year he is earning good income by selling cumin. But, the burden of inflation on the general public is increasing significantly. Now because of this, cumin is being sold at Rs 750 to Rs 800 per kg in the retail market. In such a situation, people have to spend Rs 75 to 80 to buy 100 grams of cumin. 

Farmers of Rajasthan cultivate cumin on a large scale.

Traders have said that after the arrival of the new crop of cumin, the prices will fall. At present there is a huge gap between demand and supply in the markets. For this reason, instead of decreasing, the prices are increasing. At the same time, experts have said that many stockists have stored cumin illegally. Due to this, there has been a huge shortage of cumin in the market. In such a situation, due to less supply, prices are continuously increasing. Let us tell you that the highest production of cumin in India is in Gujarat. After this, farmers in Rajasthan cultivate cumin the most.

 Learn how a farmer changed his luck with the cultivation of cumin and isabgol?

Learn how a farmer changed his luck with the cultivation of cumin and isabgol?

In this article of Meri kheti , today we will give you information about such a farmer, who is farming from chemical and organic ways and earning an annual income of millions. Actually, we are talking about progressive farmer Kump  Singh. Kump Singh is originally from village- Bar Masar, District Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. He has been farming since his childhood .He has done graduation . In the rainy season he grows millets and green gram .  He told us that his entire family has up to 350 bighas of land, in which they do agriculture according to the season. He also cultivates cumin, black mustard and isabgol in the field.

How to produce through organic farming

Today we will tell you about Kump Singh who produced a good yield from cumin cultivation . According to Kump Singh, he only cultivates cumin on 70% percent of his farm land. At the same time, cultivation of all crops on other remaining land is almost equal. For example, on 20 percent of land he cultivates isabgol and mustard in 10 percent. Additionally, he has also said that he used to do farming by chemical methods in his farm earlier. However, at the moment he is gradually taking his step towards organic farming because this greatly increases production. Also, the cost is very low.

Also read: What are the important factors for organic farming and main ways to improve

How much yield is available per bigha of cumin and isabgol

Also, he has said that he gets to get up to 70 kg per bigha cumin production. Currently, the price of cumin in their area is Rs 5000 per kg. At the same time, he also said that the production of Isabgol from his field is obtained from one to one and a half quintals per bigha, which costs about 24 thousand rupees per bigha. At the same time, he said that the cost of cumin cultivation is also very high. Also, the cost in isabgol comes slightly less than cumin.

The company itself comes to buy crops at good prices from the farm

According to Kisan Kump Singh, the company itself comes to the farm to purchase their yield at a reasonable price . They do not have to wander in the market to earn a better sense of their crop. However, for this, they have to send a sample of their crop to the company first. If they pass, then the company comes to them to buy production.

Also read: The income of the farmers of Gujarat doubled on preparing Isabgol with organic manure

Farmers should use these fertilisers

Kisan Kump Singh has said that most of the farmers of India moved towards organic farming. As far as possible, use dung manure as well as domestic manure in your field. Because, with its use, the crop develops much better. Also, the farmer gets a brilliant price in the market very easily.