Farmer became a millionaire by cultivating brinjal, this is how income increased in 3 years - Newztezz Online

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Farmer became a millionaire by cultivating brinjal, this is how income increased in 3 years


There is always a demand for brinjal in the market. Its rate always remains around 40 to 50 rupees per kg. Cultivation of brinjal in one bigha will cost around 20 thousand rupees.

People feel that there is not much profit in the cultivation of cash crops. Especially the green vegetables get hit the most by the weather. Because green vegetables cannot tolerate more than average rain, heat and cold. That's why horticulture crops suffer the most due to heat stroke, frost and heavy rains. But if vegetables are grown in better planning and modern way, then there is no more profit in cultivation of any other crop than this. This is the reason why now farmers in Maharashtra are working more hard in the cultivation of vegetables instead of traditional crops.

Today we will talk about a farmer who has written a new success story. The name of this farmer is Niranjan Sarkunde and he is a resident of Nanded district of Maharashtra. Sarkunde used to cultivate traditional crops earlier in his village Jambhala located in Hadgaon taluka. But now he is cultivating brinjal, from which he is earning well. The special thing is that Niranjan Sarkunde has planted brinjal only in one and a half bighas of land. From this he has earned an income of Rs.

Farmers of neighboring villages are also earning well by growing vegetables.

Niranjan said that he has 5 acres of land, on which he used to cultivate traditional crops earlier. But due to this the expenses of his house were not running. In such a situation, he started brinjal farming in one and a half bigha field. After this his luck changed. They started earning well by selling brinjals everyday. Seeing him, the farmers of his neighboring village Thakarwadi also started vegetable cultivation. Now all the farmers are earning well by growing vegetables.

Irrigate crops with drip irrigation method

There is a shortage of water in the village of Sarkund. That's why they irrigate crops by drip irrigation method. He says that the production of brinjal starts two months after transplanting. He sells brinjals in the markets around Umarkhed and Bhokar. Niranjan Sarkunde has got a net profit of about 3 lakh rupees by cultivating brinjal in this one and a half bigha land. While 30 thousand rupees were spent on cultivating brinjal in one and a half bigha. If they agree, now they will gradually increase the area under brinjal.

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