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Vegetable prices increased in this state due to rain

Vegetable prices increased in this state due to rain

Crops have suffered a lot due to excessive rain. Due to this, the production of many types of vegetables including parwal, radish, cauliflower and brinjal has declined. Let us tell you that due to the rains, the arrival of vegetables in the markets has been greatly affected, the prices of vegetables have increased once again. The intermittent rains in Bihar for the past several days have once again increased inflation. Especially the prices of vegetables have gone up. The matter of inflation is that on Thursday evening the price of many vegetables has reached around Rs 100 per kg. In such a situation, green vegetables have become extinct from the common plate. Also, traders say that along with the rains, the price of vegetables has increased so much due to the Jitiya festival.

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In fact, it has been raining intermittently for the last four-five days in the entire Bihar state including the capital Patna. Because of this, the price of green vegetables has reached sky high. It is being said that due to bad weather, the arrival of vegetables in the markets has also been greatly affected. Due to this, their price has increased by Rs 10 to Rs 20 per kg.

At what price are vegetables being sold?

Local vegetable shopkeepers of Patna say that there has been a huge increase in the prices of vegetables in the last four to five days. Cauliflower, which was priced at Rs 40 per kg four days ago, is now being sold at Rs 60 to Rs 80 per kg. Similarly, tomatoes and nanua have also become very expensive. Both these vegetables are being sold for up to Rs 30 per kg.

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Prices will increase during Navratri

The special thing is that Sarputiya (Bourd Gourd) is making most people cry. On Thursday evening it had become Rs 200 per kg, whereas in such conditions it was sold at Rs 10 to Rs 20 per kg. Also, a lot of people were buying Sarputiya (Bucumber) even at Rs 10 a piece. Also, farmers say that due to the torrential rains in the month of October, the flowers of vegetables have fallen. At the same time, crops of other vegetables including brinjal, cabbage and radish got spoiled in the field itself. In such a situation, there has been a decline in the production of vegetables. Jai Prakash Verma, Vice President of Fruit Vegetable Association of Patna Market Committee, has said that the price of fruits is currently stable. But, there may be a rise in their prices during Navratri.

 Red onion jammed in the mandis of this state

Red onion jammed in the mandis of this state

For your information this year, due to lack of rain, the arrival of red onion is coming from delay. It was planted with delay, as the monsoon rains started with great delay in most of the states in the state. Farmers hope that onion prices will remain stable till the new onion comes in plenty in the market in the coming time. Explain that onion is getting brilliant in the Karanjad sub -market located in Washim district in the state of Maharashtra. Explain that about 19 thousand 500 quintals of summer red onion came from about one thousand vehicles. Red onions have a higher price than summer onions.

According to market committee Chairman Manisha Pagar and Secretary Santosh Gaikwad, summer onions have the highest number of Rs 3300 to 3695 per quintal and average price of Rs 3000 per quintal. In comparison, red onion got the price of Rs 4150 and an average of Rs 3600 per quintal. After the fifteen day holiday of Diwali, the onion market has been getting excellent since the opening of the onion market on Monday. Summer onion season is in its last stage. Also, it is expected that onion prices will remain stable in the coming time.

Reason for delay in arrival of red onion

This year, the rude weather means that the arrival of red onions is being delayed due to lack of rain. Actually, it was planted with great delay. Because, in most of the states, monsoon rains were very delayed. Farmers are hopeful that onion prices will be controlled in the coming time till new onions come in plenty in the market. Prior to Diwali, onion prices had reached Rs 5,000 per quintal. This was the reason that there was only summer onion in the market; new onions had not come. The arrival of red onions with the kharif season has started. This has reduced the price.

Why does the government not come to help farmers

However, in the past, thousands of farmers have sold their onions at cheaper prices. Onion producing farmers union officials have expressed the response, saying that more traders are benefiting from farmers. Earlier, when the Kisan was selling 200 rupees a quintal onion, the government did not provide assistance. Now when the prices were a little cured, the price came out. Farmers are angry with this type of attitude. For a long time, the farmers of the state have sold onions at a lower price than the cost of production. The government should then help them.

What has Mandi Samiti appeal to farmers

Currently, after diwali, the arrival of onion in the m A large amount of onion is coming from areas in the Karanjad sub -divisional campus. Secretary Santosh Gaikwad, Arun Ahire has appealed that the farmers should sell the goods and take cash payments from the traders concerned after the auction. While parking the vehicle, farmers should cooperate with the market committee administration.

 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.