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Gonda A team of agricultural scientists discussed with the farmers how to get less cost and more profit in agriculture. In which the farmers were suggested not to burn stubble in the fields to increase the yield, it reduces the fertility of the land. Use green manure to cultivate linseed and bury it in the field itself and fill it with water and make it rotten. Then the crop is sown, due to which the land becomes more fertile.
brainstorming to conduct activities
In Krishi Vigyan Kendra Mankapur, brainstorming was done to conduct the activities of the center. Under the leadership of Dr. Mithilesh Kumar Pandey, senior scientist and president of Krishi Vigyan Kendra Mankapur, operated under Acharya Narendra Dev Agricultural and Technological University, Kumarganj Ayodhya, a brainstorming meeting was held in village Pachputijgatapur development block Mankapur to give impetus to the activities of the center. In the meeting, Dr. Brijesh Singh, Professor Animal Science Govind Ballabh Pant Agricultural and Technological University, Pantnagar, Dr. Digvijay Singh Co-Professor Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Agricultural and Technological University Meerut, Shivji Singh Fisheries Research Institute, Karnailganj, Harihar Singh Progressive Farmer etc. expressed their views by being present. Did it
Planting and benefits of forestry plants
The senior scientist and chairman of the center gave information about the activities of the center, training, front line demonstration, on-farm trial, advisory services, advanced seed production at KVK farm, and Kisan Goshti Kisan Mela under extension services. Dr. PK Mishra, Senior Scientist, Agro-Forestry, gave information about the plantation and benefits of agro-forestry plants. Dr. Ramlakhan Singh, Senior Scientist, Agronomy expressed his views about crop residue management. Dr. Manoj Kumar Singh, horticulturist stressed on adopting organic farming in vegetables. Dr. Brijesh Singh said that crop residue management is very important, as well as he described agriculture and animal husbandry as complementary to each other. Dr. Digvijay Singh stressed on adopting green manure. The farmers suggested necessary measures to reduce the increasing cost of farming.