Apply the laboratory results to the fields, the minister told agricultural scientists


Shillong: Union Minister for Rural Development and Panchayati Giriraj Raj Singh, who is in Meghalaya, on Wednesday urged agricultural scientists to apply the results of their laboratory-based research work on crop lands and food security. Deal with challenges that will inevitably get in the way. Given the country’s entire population. ”

Singh pushed on the need to increment grain creation before very long taking into account expanding request.
“Food security challenges are inescapable before very long because of the strain of the whole populace. Exploration ought to zero in on taking the discoveries from labs to ranches,” he said. He expressed this while tending to a program.

The Minister pointed out that the country, in spite of its participation in the Green Revolution, was in dire need of producing good quality crops.
“A comprehensive integrated approach needs time to achieve any development in a promising district like Ri Bhoi ,” he said, in collaboration with the Indian Council of Agricultural Research and the College of Postgraduate Studies in Agricultural Sciences, Meghalaya. Insisting on working, keeping in view the interest of the farmers

The country and its villages will be prosperous only when the farmers are prosperous. If they get more economic profit from their crop, they can use this income to increase agricultural activities, ”he said.
During the day, scientists from ICAR and the university had a marathon meeting with the Sangh on issues related to agriculture and related fields, especially livestock and fisheries.
The Union Minister insisted that planting of Moringa (drumstick) should be popularized in the state as it has high carbon absorption capacity.

He visited poultry, poultry and dairy farms managed by the institute.

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