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Fruit Show cum Kissan Mela organised at Chinta Bhaderwah by the Horticulture Department

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Bhaderwah (Doda) , 16 Sep 2023

Horticulture Department Doda organized District level Fruit show cum Kissan mela at Chinta Bhadewah under  the scheme MIDH. The community came together to celebrate their love for farming. The event was attended by many farmers, community leaders, and activists. 

 District Development Council Chairman Doda, Dhananter Kotwal, was the Chief Guest, and other esteemed guests included Vice Chairperson District Development Council, Sangeeta Rani Bhagat, Director Horticulture Jammu,  Ram Sevak and Chief Horticulture Officer.

During the event, Chairman Dhananter Kotwal encouraged participants to take advantage of different subsidy programs to improve their economic well-being.The Vice Chairperson emphasized the Department's efforts in empowering women through awareness programs.

The Director Horticulture Jammu stressed the need for High Density plantation, better irrigation sources, and farm machinery banks to empower women further. Certificates were awarded to trainees, and prizes were given to the best fruit exhibits.

Director Horticulture Jammu, Ram Savak emphasized for establishment of High Density Plantation  Mother  Blocks, irrigation sources viz: Drip irrigation system, custom hiring centres,  farm machinery Banks, processing units for women  empowerment etc. 

He also distributed certificates to the trainees for completing one month course in the Art of Fruit and vegetables preservation and awards to winners of fruit exhibits.The Chief Horticulture officer, in his address,asked the participants to bring  more area under High Density plantation of Fruit plants in the coming  season especially Apple, Walnut, Apricot, Pear, Plum and Lime for which the  land and climate is most suitable for cultivation.

The department is providing 50% to 80% subsidy to the interested and eligible applicants under all schemes viz HADP (Mother Block, Nursery Development), Area expansion, Irrigation facilities, Mechanization, Nursery establishment etc under implementation in the District. 

The event also featured a presentation on fruit preservation and food processing techniques, highlighting the importance of post-harvest practices. Orchardists were encouraged to adopt techniques like walnut drying and hulling/peeling, with the Department offering significant subsidies for these processes. The DHO expressed gratitude to all participants, and the event received praise from the community, with a call for more such programs in the future.

 

Tags: Horticulture , Horticulture Department , Director Horticulture Jammu , Ram Savak , Jammu , Kashmir , Jammu And Kashmir , Jammu & Kashmir , Dhananter Kotwal , Sangeeta Rani Bhagat

 

 

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