Udupi Fate launches two-day ‘Jacquard Mela’, attracting a large number of fruit lovers.

Digital Media Network – UDP (HB)

Udupi, May 28 On the ground floor of the Sri Verabhadra Temple, where fruit lovers were tasting foods made from jackfruit, it smelled like fresh berries. Chefs and shopkeepers were spotted selling products at the Jacquard Mela 2022, which was inaugurated on Saturday, May 28th at Hydraka.

Homemade Beach Monson Special Jackfruit Recipes Gati, Patrod, Mulka, Papad, Podi, Jacquard Manchori, sheera and added value such as juice, ice cream and indestructible products were on the menu. The exhibition attracted farmers from places such as Putur and Beltangadi.

The MHE Welcomgram Group Graduate School Hotel Management Team (WGSHA) participated in the event, which was one of the attractions. Leading the group, Tirgunasambatantam K attracted the attention of its customers with its delicacies. Jackfruit Browns, Jacquard Cake, Jacquard Mousse, Jacquard Cake, Jacquard Trim, Jacquard Ghee Roast Pizza, Jackfruit Chat, Jacquard Cut, Jackfruit Chumuri Jackfruit Biriani, Jackfruit Galati Cab is on the menu at affordable prices.

A two-day Jacqueline Mela is being prepared for the first time in Udupi. The exhibition will also be open on Sundays. Exhibition of the exhibition was organized by Bommarabetu Village Panchayat, Hriadaka, Kelady Shivapa Nyaka University of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences, Shivamoga in collaboration with Zonal Agriculture and Horticultural Research Station: Brahmavar from Agricultural Diploma College, Brahmavri, Brixhava, Krishna Dignari, Krishna and Vivian Kendra, Udupi, Sri Dharmasthala Gramabhivruddhi Project, Udupi, Pali Srinivas Hegde Charitable Trust, Hyriadka, Naviyodaya Friends Club and Kotnatakate Friends Club, Hiridka.

Jiaprasak Hegde, Chairman, Karnataka State Permanent Department of Education

In his address, Jiaprasak Hegde, “Jacquard is a modern and poor fruit. It contains all kinds of nutritious foods that are unknown to most people. He asked the department officials, “As everyone knows, the conflict between humans and animals is still going on. People have found protected forest land. Wildlife has no other habitat and no food in the forest. So the animals visit the cities in search of food. If we grow fruit in the forest and feed the animals, they will not come out looking for food.

“Jack fruit is a seasonal fruit that can be easily damaged, so the government should be prepared to store Jack fruit in a cool place. The farmer has to pay the market and price for the produce he produces in the market. Krishna Vigina and Kendra should be used as a bridge to help farmers adapt to new technologies, market improvements and so on.

“Jacquesut is like Calpavruksha and is the fruit of the poor,” said former parliamentarian Vinai Kumar Sorake. Each part of the jack fruit can be used in one way or another. There is a lack of awareness about value-added products. Farmers should cultivate jackfruit like any other crop. Beach Jack Fruit, like Mattu Gula, must own its own patent. A processing unit must be installed to store it scientifically.

Dr. M. Hanumantapa, Chancellor, Kelady Shivapa Niaka of Shivamoga University of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences gave an opening speech.

Suresh Nayak, President, Bomarabetetu Gram Panchayat led the program.

Quilady Suresh Nayak, President, State Bus Owners Association Federation, Dr. D. Chandrashekar Chawta, Agricultural Expert, Miapadasi Cassargod, Pali Natraj Hegde. Merchant, Hriadka, Devadas Marathon, President, Kotatakate Friends Club, Hiriradka, B. Ashok Kumer Sheti, President, Farmers Cooperative Limited Hriadkaka, Ragavendra Uyur, GSK Swami, Professor, Bengalru, Hemla Nayash, Director of Expansion, Shivmogga Associate Research Director KVK Brahmavar, Bantakallu Ramakrishna Sharma, President, District Krisika sangha and others attended the dais.

“I received a call for this mail,” said Sanil Ketutur, owner of Jacquard Seedling Tent. If I had not come here, I would have lost many customers. I’m getting a good response today. Here are ten of the best seedlings available, including Rudrakshin and Chandran. Each seedling costs from 200 to 300 rubles.

Mela will have four sessions over two days on value-added products, agriculture, technology, and more.

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