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KISAN 2019 Draws Huge Crowd on the First Day

Pronami Chetia
Pronami Chetia

The first day of the ongoing 29TH ‘KISAN’ fair in Pune got a great response from farmers, visitors cooperate from all over the country. Along with the big companies, a large number of farmers also participated in this huge event, making it a grand success. On the very first day of the fair, foreign tourists from different parts of the world visited the event. ‘KISAN’ Mela that started on 11th to 15th December 2019 is an exhibition of agricultural machinery, livestock, manure and fertilizers, Agri inputs, Agri tools, and implementation. Moreover, it’s a huge platform to see modern thinking and technology in agriculture. For any information related to this fair, you are suggested to follow Krishi Jagran Facebook Live and our news portal https://hindi.krishijagran.com/.

Main Attraction of Kisan 2019

Mainly agricultural machinery, livestock, manure, and fertilizers were the focal point of attraction in the Kisan 2019 fair that is being organized by the Ministry of Agriculture (Govt of India) and the State Department of Agriculture. Moreover, LEMKEN India Agro Equipment Private Limited launched its new machinery 2 reversible plow (Plow). Small scale industries gathered a huge crowd on its bird-picking machines, candles, pickles, etc, similarly, the farmers got attracted to high-quality seeds, fertilizers, insecticides, pesticides in the early inputs.

At the same time, people liked land leveler, agricultural sprayer pump, hand sickle, agricultural hand tools, and agricultural Ridgar, etc. More people were seen at Still India, MRF, Mahindra and Shaktimaan stalls.
People particularly liked MRF Shakti Life, new products of Shaktimaan. A food court was also set up where western cuisine along with regional dishes were served to people.

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