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Bharat Certis Organized a Farmer Training Programme under CSR Campaign

Sugandh Bhatnagar
Sugandh Bhatnagar
Farmer Training Programme

Bharat Certis Agriscience limited organized farmer training programme on 27.12.2021 under Corporate Social Responsibility. The event was organized at two locations -Village Khera and Village Rupana in Siwani District, Bhiwani, Haryana.

Approx 200 Farmers from 5 adopted villages Khera, Rupana, Dulkot, Dhani Balhara, Dhani Girja under CSR participated in this program.

This training was imparted by resource persons Dr. Gulab Singh, Scientist, Dr. Murari Lal, Horticulture Expert and Dr. Anuj Kumar, Meteorology expert from KVK Bhiwani.

Programme Highlights:

Dr. Lal advised the farmers to adopt  fruit crop cultivation like Ber, Bael and Pomegranate which are suitable for the prevailing soil and water conditions of the areas. He also emphasized on the many uses of Bael and its market demand.

Dr. Singh explained about Integrated Farming System (IFS) and also encouraged farmers to adopt it for generating more income and minimizing the risk. Instead of traditional farming he also emphasized that the farmers should adopt Beekeeping, Poultry, Fisheries, Fruit crop cultivation, Intercropping etc.

Apart from this he advised farmers to get their sample of soil and water tested and explained about method of taking soil sample from the field and ground water. 

Dr. Anuj Kumar shared about role of weather forecast in the farming and highlighted its importance.

At the end of training farmers were provided protective jackets from Bharat Certis Agriscience limited to protect them from the severe cold during their working in field in winter.

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