If you also do traditional farming and you have such land, which you consider to be useless, then you can earn a lot of profit by cultivating the remaining plant. After applying 40 thousand rupees in the remaining farmland, it earns up to 2 lakh rupees.
You can cultivate leftovers on land that is not considered suitable for any other crop.
In today’s time, farmers have many options available in the field of agriculture. Not only do they do traditional farming, at the same time the government is now encouraging farmers to cultivate different crops. It is the effort of the government that farmers should do new experiments along with traditional farming, so that their income is increased. If you also do traditional farming and you have such land, which you consider to be useless, then you can earn a lot of profit by cultivating the remaining plant. After applying 40 thousand rupees in the remaining farmland, it earns up to 2 lakh rupees.
Bach is called Sweet Flag in English. It is a plant of Eraceae clan. Its botanical name is Acorus calamus. The stem of the bach is called rhizome. This plant is full of medicinal properties. It is found in abundance in Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Bihar. It also occurs in areas along the banks of Satpura and Narmada. The sapling plant is found in the marshy land along the river. The remaining rhizome oil is used in many diseases including respiratory disease, indigestion, urinary disease and diarrheal disease.
Balui Domat soil is suitable for the cultivation of livestock. Cultivate it only when there is a system of irrigation. Without adequate irrigation, its cultivation is difficult. In the fields where there is water, the remaining agriculture can be done easily. If the temperature is 10 degrees to 38 degrees for its cultivation, then it is best. Its plants do not grow in extreme heat.
Rhizome is used for livelihood farming
It is important to prepare the field in advance for the remaining cultivation. Farmers can plow the field two to three times. It is important to make the land a bit marshy. Its rhizome is used for livelihood cultivation. The rhizome used in plating for sowing of the remaining is found only from the old crop. Rhizomes are planted in places where there is moisture in the ground. After germination, small pieces of it are planted.
The rhizome is planted at a distance of 30 cm. Water is more needed in the farming of the leftovers. It should be planted as soon as the rain starts. For good crop, it is necessary to apply cow dung or compost manure. Irrigation is needed when the crop starts growing after planting the seedlings. Where no other crop can be cultivated. Its cultivation there can give benefits. Weeding improves its yield.
Earns up to 2 lakh rupees in an acre
After 8-9 months its crop starts to be ready. When its leaves begin to turn yellow or become dry, the plants along with the root are taken out of the ground. Special care is taken not to damage the rhizome. Rhizomes extracted from soil do not have to be washed. It is dried in a shady place. One lakh plants are set up in an acre. The expenditure comes to 40 thousand and the earning is up to 2 lakh rupees every year. Farmers can earn very well. It is in great demand. Some companies also do livelihood farming on contracts. In other mandis of the country including Delhi, Bangalore, Haridwar, Tanakpur and Neemuch, the purchase and sale of bach is done on a large scale.
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