Women Farmers Strengthened Their Economic Condition By Taking Advantag

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Lakshmi Bai became a successful fisherman by adopting Matsya Sampada Yojana

suture. By taking advantage of the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana, Lakshmi Bai Inwati is strengthening the economic condition. His life has come to a standstill because of this plan. She is now earning lakhs of rupees by selling fish every year.
In order to improve the quality of life of farmers, common people and villagers, the state government is implementing various schemes at the grassroots level so that common people can take advantage of these schemes and connect with the main stream of the society. Laxmi Bai Inwati, a woman farmer of village Pandharwani of Barghat, block of development of the district, has been benefited by such a scheme of the government. By taking advantage of the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana, he has adopted fisheries work along with agriculture work. She tells that she has built her own 2.00 hectare under this scheme. The pond was constructed in the land, the cost of which has come to about Rs 14.00 lakh. Under the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana, they have received a grant amount of eight lakh 40 thousand rupees. Inwati tells that she has collected Rohu, Katla, Mrigal, Kamancarp and Silver carp fish seed in her pond. In the year 2020, he had got six tonnes of fish production, on which the net income is said to be four lakh rupees. Pangasius fish has also been reared this year along with other fish, from which they are likely to get good income.

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Maize cultivation done in 32 thousand less hectares, there is a possibility of profit
suture. This time there are good signs for the farmers cultivating maize. They will make good profit. The cultivation has been good and 32 thousand less hectare has been planted as compared to last year. If we look at the data, maize was cultivated in 237200 hectares in 2019-20. This time maize has been cultivated in 205800 in 2021-21. Due to this, the sale of Rs 1800 per quintal is expected this time as against maximum Rs 1200 quinton last year. Maize is ready in the field. Farmers are engaged in its harvesting. Workers of Balaghat district have also come to Seoni to pluck maize.




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