Make 2.50 lakh with an investment of only 50 thousand rupees, start this lucrative business - Newztezz Online


Monday, December 21, 2020

Make 2.50 lakh with an investment of only 50 thousand rupees, start this lucrative business

After getting jobs in the Corona era, many people have started their own business. 
But there are a lot of people who are just thinking about business because of lack of money and no idea. So don't worry, today we are telling you about a business that is never in low demand. It is clear that this business is all about making a profit all the time. Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals. It is also good for health conscious people as it does not contain many calories. Mushrooms contain many important minerals and vitamins. These include vitamins B, D, potassium, copper, iron and selenium.

Its retail price in the market is Rs 300 to Rs 350 per kg and the wholesale rate is 40 per cent less than this. Due to its high demand, many farmers have abandoned traditional farming and started growing mushrooms. Let us know all about mushroom cultivation.

Make money by investing 50 thousand

Compost is made for the cultivation of button mushrooms. One quintal of compost takes 1.5 kg of seeds. After making 4 to 5 quintals of compost, about 2 thousand kg of mushrooms are produced. Now if 2 thousand kg of mushrooms are sold for at least Rs 150 per kg, you will get around Rs 3 lakh. If you spend Rs 50,000 as expenses, you still have Rs 2.50 lakh left. However, its price is less than 50 thousand rupees.

Take mushroom cultivation training

Mushroom cultivation training is imparted in all agricultural universities and agricultural research centers. If you are planning to cultivate it on a large scale, it would be better if you train it well once. If we talk about its space, then 10 kg of mushrooms per square meter is comfortably grown. Mushrooms are grown by making a three-by-three-foot wide rack in a space of at least 40 × 30 feet.

How to make compost

To make compost, the paddy straw has to be steeped and after one day it is mixed with DAP, urea, potash, wheat bran, gypsum and carbofudoran, it decomposes. After about a month and a half the compost is ready. Now, two to three inches thick layer of compost is applied on top of it by mixing dung and clay to make a layer about one and a half inches thick. To keep it moist, mushrooms are sprayed two to three times a day. A layer of compost is added on top of it. And thus begins the production of mushrooms.

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