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Sunday, February 21, 2021

ગુજરાતમાં મોટાપાયે ખેતી કરવાની ઉત્તમ તક

The Chief Minister's Horticulture Development Mission has been hailed as an important step with a concrete result oriented plan to increase the prevalence of horticulture as well as crops with holistic development of agriculture and horticulture sector, in which a historic decision has been taken to increase agriculture. State land. The main objective of this ‘CM Horticulture Development Mission’ is to generate more income by allocating them from sowing of horticultural and medicinal crops and to increase the export-export ratio and to create new employment opportunities through valuation of such crop products.

Announcing the mission, Chief Minister Vijaybhai Rupani further said that agricultural development in the state is a challenge due to arid and semi-arid as well as saline coastal areas. However, despite its excellent ability to turn disasters into opportunities, the government, Kisan Suryodaya Yojana Mukhmantri Pak Sangathan Yojana has made Gujarat a leader in the country in terms of agricultural growth rate. He said that 50% of the 18 lakh hectares of land in the state i.e. 3 lakh hectares of land is under cultivation as well as horticultural and medicinal lands in neighboring and non-fertile lands. There is ample potential for crop cultivation. In the year 2011-20201, with the cultivation of fruits and vegetables in 8.8 lakh hectares in Gujarat and the production of .7.7171 lakh metric tonnes, it contributes about 20.50 per cent to the total production of fruits and vegetables in the country.

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The Minister added that the total sowing of crops in Gujarat is gradually increasing to about 20,000 hectares. Especially North Gujarat and Kutch areas have emerged as centers of crops like pomegranate, guava, kharek, papaya. He added that even the arid, semi-arid or saline areas have become green in agricultural production as a result of the promotion of agricultural technology, irrigation facilities and farmer-friendly policies by the state government.