punjab: Farmers start driving to make agriculture sustainable | Chandigarh News – Indian Times

On the eve of Martyrdom Day in Baba Banda Singh Bahadur, Katin Kisan Union (KKU) held a conference in 12 districts of Punjab to replace the green revolution model with an ecological and sustainable agricultural model for the farmer. .Speaking at the conference, KKU leaders said that Punjab was in a state of crisis due … Read more

rwa: One Rwa can only get 3 parks for maintenance | Chandigarh News – Indian Times

Chandigarh: The municipal corporation allows each resident safety association (RWA) to take only three neighborhood parks for maintenance. The move aims to avoid misunderstandings between RWAs to take over neighboring parks, and help unions protect them properly. The agenda is for the upcoming MC General Assembly to be held on Friday for discussion and approval.The … Read more

Haryana’s first hi-tech bus terminal will be ready by September.

The first high-tech bus terminal under construction in Faridabad, PPP, will be operational in September. The regional government has also announced that a business center will be built at the bus station. Secretary-General Sanjev Cowshal convened a meeting at the bus stand to discuss various projects for drivers, drivers and directors such as restrooms, waiting … Read more

Learn Dutch to Climate Climate Change, Save Resources | Chandigarh News – Indian Times

Chandigarh, a key food in the developing world of Punjab and Haryana, where the developing world suffers from climate change, unstable rainfall, declining water supply, chemical exploitation and crop diversity. Successfully reclaim land from the sea, nourish the soil and withstand floods, the world’s second-largest food producer. 55% of the country’s land area is below … Read more

Behind the low quality is rising temperatures, crop yields | Chandigarh News – Indian Times

Due to the deteriorating crop quality and production in Chandigarh, the ever-increasing temperature and unseasonal rains have had a negative impact on crops and fruits and vegetables. Former Vice Chancellor of the Punjab University of Agriculture (PAU) and Padma Shire Prize-winning Baldev Sing Dylon, a Ludian-based university, said the overall crop production plan will look … Read more

Despite heavy rains in January, Punjab has the highest potato production ever

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Despite heavy rains in January this year, Punjab has the highest potato production in the state. The state recorded 30.30,000 tons of potato production, an increase of 81,000 tons compared to last year. According to the Punjab Horticulture Department, by 2020 the potato production was 28.70 Lakh Tonne (LT) which increased to 29.49 LT by … Read more

Harana Conference Budget Session Government to Distribute Tablets to Public School Students by May 10, 11 and 12.

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The Haryana government has announced that it will start distributing mobile tablets to students in grades 10, 11 and 12 in May this year. Currently, the tablets should not be distributed to 8th and 9th grade students, as previously stated by the regional government. The announcement was made during a question and answer session on … Read more

An online workshop on diseases of plants, ornamental plants

at home Cities Chandigarh An online workshop on diseases of plants, ornamental plants The workshop, entitled “Overview of Symptoms and Treatment of Vegetable and Organic Crop Diseases,” was conducted under the auspices of the College’s Internal Quality Assurance Cell. The workshop aims to provide information on common diseases of fruits and vegetables and is a … Read more

Chandigarh: When a tree falls, one escapes unharmed

A 50-foot-tall eucalyptus tree on the campus of a government education college collapsed on Sunday. The tree shattered the Doby Gate Tower and Shade, which partially shared the college boundary. The incident took place around 9:30 p.m. Scander, one of Dobi Gat’s staff, heard the cracks and left the shed on time. According to eyewitnesses, … Read more

Only 11% of recycled water used in green belts, parks | Chandigarh News – Indian Times

Guragegra-Grumgram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMAA) is stepping up its efforts to use only recycled sewage water to repair green belts and parks in the city. Currently, the city’s five sewage treatment plants produce 223 million gallons[223 million L]of water per day. Of this, only 103 MDL (46%) will be used in the horticulture, irrigation, textile … Read more