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You can earn lakhs of rupees by investing 40 thousand in coriander cultivation in a few months!

New Delhi. If you have the passion to do something, then a person can achieve anything. A farmer in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, has brought this proverb to life. Vinod Kushwaha, a progressive young farmer farming in Devalkhedi village of Bhopal, is earning lakhs of rupees growing coriander in India. In a special conversation with the News18 Annadata team, he said that he is currently growing coriander (Coriander Cultivation Guide) for green leaves on one hectare and after harvesting this crop three times, he gets an average yield of 130 quintals. It is sold in the market at an average price of Rs 1,000 per quintal. In this way his income became 130,000 rupees. At the same time, his total expenditure on his cultivation amounts to about 40,000 rupees. In this regard, he made a net profit of Rs 90,000. They say that if the area of ​​the farm increases, the income can be lakhs of rupees.

Know How To Earn Lakhs By Farming

Vinod Kushwaha explains that in order to make a good profit, you have to manage the crop correctly. In the first place, for its cultivation, flat and well-drained land must be selected. Then, at the time of preparing the land, a reversible plow is plowed and you have to plow twice. The field is friable and leveled by applying a pad with a cultivator.

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After this, balanced nutrients are used in it. After this, beds 6 feet wide and 40-50 feet long are made in the prepared field.

10 kg of seed is used to plant a one acre field. They treat the seeds with fungicide before sowing. Only after this, the seeds are sprinkled on the beds. Irrigation is then carried out on the crop by tube well at regular intervals.

To control weeds in the crop, workers carry out weeding. Due to which the crop becomes weed-free. After this 50 kg of urea and 25 kg of DAP. used per hectare. Appropriate insecticides are used to protect the crop from pests.

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In this way your crop is ready in 1.5 to 2 months. After this, after harvesting the crop with the help of a laugh, tie it with a rope and prepare a bundle. Then, after washing it, pack it into sacks and send it to the market.

Anugrah Tiwari

Annadata, News18 Indiaundefined

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