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Doing this variety of soybean, earning three lakh rupees in an acre, know everything about it

Farmers are using this soybean seed on a large scale and their income has increased considerably. The cost of cultivation of one acre of gold Vasundhara soybean is 30 thousand rupees while the profit is 2 lakh 70 thousand rupees.

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The government is constantly making efforts to increase the income of farmers. Along with the government, scientists are also engaged in this work. They are engaged in efforts to produce such seeds of commercial crops, which will increase the income of the farmers and the crop can be grown in other areas besides the traditional areas. Agricultural scientists have got a big success in this field and they have developed advanced soybean seed, named Swarna Vasundhara.

The crop gets ready soon with this seed and farmers get more income at a lower cost. It is rich in protein and vitamins. Farmers get the benefit of this and they are also using it to make curd, gulab jamun, ice cream and cheese through processing. Farmers are using this soybean seed on a large scale and their income has increased considerably. The cost of cultivation of one acre of gold Vasundhara soybean is 30 thousand rupees while the profit is 2 lakh 70 thousand rupees.

This type of farming is also being done in Jharkhand

Swarna Vasundhara, an improved variety of soybean seed, has been prepared for commercial cultivation. Its green pods are ready for harvesting in 70 to 75 days after sowing. After this, there are two more buds of these beans. This variety contains phosphorus, iron, calcium, zinc, thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin E, dietary fiber and sugar, in addition to digestible proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and essential fatty acids.

The shelled green beans are used for delicious ripe vegetables, while the dried seeds are used for other purposes. Due to high nutrient, apart from Jharkhand, efforts are being made to make it popular among farmers in other states of the country.

Soybean is a commercial crop. In such a situation, farmers who cultivate it also get benefits. According to a report by DD farmer, farmers living in Maharashtra, Chandrakant Deshmukh cultivates soybean. He came to know about the qualities of the golden Vasundhara seed and cultivated it on 10 acres. When the crop was ready, he got 15 quintals of green beans per acre.

increasing demand

Chandrakant Deshmukh says that the cost of gold Vasundhara soybean cultivation costed 30 thousand rupees per acre. If you talk about earning, then in one acre, he got income of 2 lakh 70 thousand rupees. That is, this variety of soybean has become a source of more income for farmers at a lower cost. Being full of vitamins and protein, its demand is also increasing.

Swarna Vasundhara’s green beans are beneficial and are playing an important role in increasing the income of farmers. At the same time, you can dry and sell it. Soya cheese can also be made from dried seeds. Farmers tell that up to a quarter to two kilos of tofu can be obtained from one kg of seed. The cost of making 225 kg soya paneer from one quintal grain of Swarna Vasundhara is Rs 13 thousand while the net profit from sale of 225 kg soya paneer will be 54 thousand 500 rupees.

In addition, roasted soybeans can be used to make high quality sattu. Products like chena, soya curd, gulab jamun and ice cream are made from the grains of Swarna Vasundhara.

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