Arun Arora started this business from home
Let us tell you, Arun Arora of Ajmer has started a similar business on the roof of his house. Along with this, your family will also get to eat organic vegetables, which along with keeping your health right, is also a good source of earning. Arun Arora is growing foreign vegetables along with homegrown vegetables on his roof.
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Its name is hydroponic farming, it is based on Israeli technology. The most important thing is that you will not need soil for this farming. That is, you will be able to do this farming only with the help of water.
Use cocoapeat instead of food
Let us tell you that in this farming, dried coconut shells are used as cocopite instead of food and vegetables are grown in it.
No water is wasted
Water is not wasted at all in this farming and only 10 percent water is used in comparison to other farming.
Can cultivate these vegetables
You can cultivate a variety of vegetables such as spinach, fenugreek and mint, brinjal, cherry tomatoes, okra, cauliflower, capsicum, desi tomatoes and zucchini.
Government is promoting organic farming
His government is continuously emphasizing on promoting organic farming. But most farmers do not have any concrete information about how organic farming will happen. Where will I get the certificate for it and what is its market? Where will you get the necessary things for such farming. The answer to these questions will now be found in one place. The government has developed an organic farming portal (https://www.jaivikkheti.in/) for the convenience of farmers, which you can take help of. According to Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, the central government has allocated Rs 1632 crore from 2015-16 to 2019-20 to promote traditional farming.
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Government formulated PKVY scheme
The government has created PKVY (Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana) to promote organic farming. With which you will get 50 thousand rupees per hectare for natural farming.