Luknow, May 22 (INS) Over the next five years, the Uttar Pradesh government has decided to set up excellence centers and hi-tech nurseries in all 75 woredas to boost the fruit and vegetable processing industry.
According to the official spokesperson, government-established hi-tech nurseries in Bahraich, Ambedkar Nagar, Mau, Fatehpur, Aligarh, Rampur and Hazur are under construction in Chandali, Kaushambi, Saharangur, and Lukno. Kushingar and Hapir.
The Indo-Israel Center of Excellence was established in Bast and Canaj, respectively, for fruits and vegetables.
In addition, small excellence nurseries are under construction in Sonbhadra, Moradabad, Agra, Sant Kabir Nagar, Mahoba, Jhansi, Barabanki, Lucknow, Chandauli, Gonda, Balrampur, Badaun, Firozabad, Shamli and Mirzapur.
Prime Minister Yogi Adiyant has set big goals to increase fruit and vegetable crops from 11.6 percent to 16 percent and food processing units from 6 percent to 20 percent. As well as processing fruits, vegetables and spices.
To increase quality crop production, the government wants to develop quality seedlings and seeds in centers of excellence as well as high tech seedlings.
The purpose of government action is to provide adequate food for the growing food processing industry.
Uttar Pradesh has grown by 0.7 percent over the past five years, with an increase of 1.01,000 hectares.
The government of the Yugoslavists is introducing conservation farming through Indian Israeli technology to produce untimely vegetables.
Over the past five years, 5,549 farmers have benefited from the expansion of poly housing in 177 hectares of land to increase flower and vegetable production.
Vegetable scientist Dr. SP Singh said the most effective way to increase farmers’ income in Uttar Pradesh is by cultivating all kinds of vegetables, fruits and spices as the state is endowed with nine types of agro-crops. Climate zones.
According to Sing, small and medium scale farmers, who make up 90 percent of the total number of farmers, can play an important role in cultivating a variety of fruits, vegetables and flowers in the right climate.
He said most farmers are currently cultivating traditional crops such as paddy, wheat and sugarcane and should be encouraged to produce more fruits, vegetables and flowers for further financial gain.