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Grow vegetables like spinach, potato tomato onion on your roof, you will get a lot of money every month

On your terrace you can grow various vegetables such as spinach, fenugreek and mint, eggplant, cherry tomatoes, okra, cauliflower, bell pepper, desi tomatoes and zucchini.

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  • Last updated:Oct 28, 2020, 11:53 am IST

New Delhi: If you know anything about agriculture, you can now earn from the roof of your house. Today we will tell you about a business that you can start on the roof of your home and most importantly, you don’t need a lot of money and space to do this. You also do not need any technical knowledge for this farm. This means that if you have a little knowledge of farming, you can make a lot of money every month. Let us tell you how – Arun Arora started this business from home Let us tell you, Arun Arora from Ajmer started a similar business on the roof of his house. In addition, your household can also eat organic vegetables, which is not only good health but also a good source of income. Arun Arora grows desi vegetables as well as foreign vegetables on his roof. Also read: Good news for the common man, the government is buying onions from Afghanistan, know how much the price will be!Will be able to farm without land Its name is hydroponics, it is based on Israeli technology. Most importantly, you do not need land for this agriculture. That is, you can only do this farming with the help of water. Instead of food, use cocoa powder
Let’s tell you that in this agriculture, dried coconut shells are used as cocopite instead of food and vegetables are grown in it. No water is wasted Water is not wasted at all in this agriculture and only 10 percent of water is used compared to other agriculture. Can grow these vegetables You can grow a variety of vegetables, such as spinach, fenugreek and mint, eggplant, cherry tomatoes, okra, cauliflower, paprika, desi tomatoes, and zucchini. The government promotes organic farming His government has a constant emphasis on promoting organic farming. But most farmers don’t have any concrete information about what organic farming will be like. Where do I get the certificate for it and what is the market? Where do you get the necessary things for such agriculture? The answer to these questions can now be found in one place. The government has developed an organic farming portal (https://www.jaivikkheti.in/) for the convenience of farmers, where you can get help. According to Narendra Singh Tomar, Minister of Agriculture and Farmers, from 2015-16 to 2019, the central government has allocated 20 Rs 1632 crore to promote traditional farming.

Also read: Did you also have EMI during the moratorium period? Now banks will put so much money in your account! The government has drawn up a PKVY scheme The government has established PKVY (Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana) to promote organic farming. That gives you 50 thousand rupees per hectare for natural agriculture.




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