Use of organic manure in farms is making the soil softer

  • Farmers have affirmed that now plowing and sowing work has become much easier
  • Chief Minister reviewed the progress of Godhan Nyay Yojana
  • Instructions given to prepare high quality insecticide ‘Bramhastra’ and growth promoter ‘Jeevamrit’ from Gaumutra
  • Amount of Rs 5.60 crore released to the beneficiaries of Godhan Nyay Yojana

Raipur (|Today, on the occasion of Fund Transfer Programmme of Godhan Nyay Yojana held at his residence office, Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel chaired the meeting of senior officials of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Horticulture Departments and reviewed the progress of the scheme. Chief Minister said that the use of vermicompost (prepared from cow dung in gauthans) in farms has begun to yield significant results.
Farmers have also agreed that the use organic manure has made the soils in their farms softer, making it easier to plow the field and plant the paddy. Chief Minister has given instructions to maintain the quality of organic manure produced in gauthans and also directed to manufacture better quality insecticides and growth promoters from Gaumutra. To promote the Gaumutra insecticide ‘Bramhastra’ and Growth Promoter ‘Jeevamrit’ among the farmers, Chief Minister has directed the officials of Agriculture Department to demonstrate the use of these products on the crops.