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A farmer’s income from a garden 150 feet long and 50 feet wide is up to Rs 2.50 lakh per year – News18 हिंदी PiPa News

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A farmer’s income from a garden 150 feet long and 50 feet wide is up to Rs 2.50 lakh per year – News18 हिंदी

Report- Kalu Ram Jat
Dausa. usually we Berry Let’s consider it. Like that wild tree That grows everywhere. Sometimes on the ridge of the field and place on the side of the road. Everything starts growing itself out of nowhere in some garden bed. Look at the plum tree where someone threw the grain. No fertilizer, water or care needed. But if you give a little love and care to the plum, it will even the earth is pouring out gold It will take.

Dhanau is a place of art about 40 kilometers from Dausa. Here a farmer did a similar experiment with plums. He kept the plum and started farming in his field. Plum also did not let the farmer’s caress be in vain. Today, plum cultivation has become a profitable deal for such farmers.

low cost high profit
The name of this farmer is Rameshchandra. His field is 150 feet long and 50 feet wide. Rameshan planted a plum orchard 10 years ago. At that time it cost Rs 30 to 40 thousand. After waiting for two years, the sweet plums began to bear fruit. The plum can be sour but its harvest gives very sweet fruits to Rameshchandra. You will not believe that farmer earns up to Rs 2.5 lakh. That day and now, Rameshchandra never looked back. Their profits are increasing every year.

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this little expense
Rameshchandra had to take care of these trees only by spraying pesticides. It costs only Rs 50 thousand. The farmer does not need to spend much on this farm and earn good income.

Listen to the farmer’s advice
Farmer Rameshchandra says this is his small farm. He used to cultivate wheat. But in harvesting wheat, care, labor and cost are very high and the profit is small. On top of that, when the weather turns bad, all the hard work goes to waste. Rameshchandra was very worried. Seeing continuous losses, he thought of doing something different. Saw many fields and gardens. I love plum orchard. It was decided that today we will do plum farming. I have been growing plums ever since. Its maintenance cost is Rs 50 thousand only and the profit is Rs 2.5 lakh. Rameshchandra advises that every farmer should do such farming which costs less and profits more.

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