farmers from above Luck is about to change. Actually, the income of the farmers of the UP To increase this, the Yogi government has decided to train around 1.5 lakh farmers for the cultivation of coarse grains. The green signal was received from the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath. Let us tell you that in the 2023 budget, the Modi government has placed an emphasis on coarse grains. India is the largest producer and second largest exporter of coarse grains. To seize this opportunity, the Yogi government has drawn up a plan to encourage about 1.5 lakh farmers in the state to grow coarse grains.
Five year action plan ready
In view of the International Year of Millet, the whole world has started to work hard to popularize coarse grains, which are very useful for food and nutrition. Yogi’s government has also started turning millet into pearls. An action plan for the next five years is ready. Under the plan, the government will open 55 millet processing, packing and marketing centers during this period. Approximately 137,300 farmers will receive training in advanced agricultural methods. There is a plan to open mobile outlets in the villages with the help of the Department of Rural Development, allocation of separate space in the market.
70 percent of people depend on agriculture
Knowing agriculture, Girish Pandey says that about 70 percent of the people in Uttar Pradesh depend on agriculture. Of this, about 90 percent are marginal and small farmers. This is the same class whose main portion of the plate before 1960 was just coarse grains. Most of the scheduled castes and tribes belong to this class. The inputs required in traditional agriculture are out of reach. In such a situation, they somehow engage in farming on their small holdings. With this, they can barely survive. Coarse grain cultivation that requires less water and fertilizer and can be grown on any field would be best suited for this class.
Great diabetic food.
According to agricultural experts, jowar is gluten-free and a good source of protein. It is a great food for diabetic patients. Millet Contains vitamin B6, folic acid. Eliminate anemia. Ragi or Madua is a natural source of calcium. Helps strengthen the bones of growing children and the elderly. Sava or Sama is rich in fiber and iron. Eliminates heartburn, constipation and anemia. Kangni helps in detoxification. Controls BP and bed cholesterol. Kodo is also high in fiber. Beneficial in diseases related to goiter, rickets and hemorrhoids. Kutki is a good source of antioxidants. The magnesium present in it controls healthy heart and cholesterol. Buckwheat is beneficial for asthma patients. The amino acid present in it prevents hair fall.
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