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Agriculture News- Yogi said that farmers associated with horticulture have their own success story. The Chief Minister said that UP is an agricultural state.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday urged farmers to cultivate horticultural crops to increase their income, saying food providers can double or triple their income from horticultural and medicinal crops. Addressing the progressive farmers after visiting the 54th Regional Fruit, Vegetable and Flower Exhibition held at Raj Bhavan on Friday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that Uttar Pradesh has sufficient water resources and abundant fertile land, in which case crops should be cultivated along with traditional crops. , combined with horticultural and medicinal crops, food providers can double-triple their income. The three-day exhibition began on Friday at the Raj Bhavan premises. Read agriculture news here.
According to an official statement, the Chief Minister said that North India’s largest fruit and flower exhibition is held for three days in the Raj Bhavan premises. He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi talks about multiplying the income of food providers and horticulture crops have many times more potential than conventional agriculture in terms of increasing the income of food providers.
I sincerely thank the Horticulture Department
Yogi said that farmers involved in horticulture have their own success stories. The Chief Minister said that UP is an agricultural state. Nature has provided our farmers with sufficient water resources and fertile land. Appreciating the exhibition, he said that such flower shows provide a new platform to progressive farmers, for which I heartily thank the Horticulture Department.
CM Yogi praised such farmers
Before the address, the Chief Minister along with Governor Anandi Ben Patel visited each stall and observed various types of vegetables, flowers, medicinal crops, tissue cultured crops, honey etc. In the meantime he was amazed to see a replica of the Rama temple made of flowers and a huge Shivlinga. Seeing all the varieties of vegetables on display, the Chief Minister praised the farmers who grew them.