Like cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni, you can also start pea farming at home and earn in lakhs.

Sowing of pea cultivation begins in September. The pea harvest comes in the second week of November. In subways such as Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata, the starting price of peas varies from 60 to 80 rupees per kg.

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  • Last updated:November 27, 2020, 7:26 AM IST

New Delhi. There is currently a lot of discussion about pea cultivation in the country. The reason for this is the love of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former captain of the Indian cricket team, for growing peas. Dhoni, popularly known as Captain Cool in the cricket field, likes to eat peas among vegetables. Dhoni wishes that when the peas come out of the plants, he would be relieved to peel and eat them in his farm. To this end, Dhoni has started large-scale pea cultivation at his farm in Ranchi. Let us know that peas are grown in many parts of the country and many varieties of peas are grown as well. Let us know which states the peas are grown in and why it’s turning into a profitable deal. What is the importance of pea cultivation Pea sowing starts in the month of September in India and the pea harvest comes in the second week of November. In subways such as Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata, the starting price of peas varies from 60 to 80 rupees per kg. Pea cultivation has changed the lives of many farmers in recent years. In states such as Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Jharkhand, pea cultivation has begun on a large scale.

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Dhoni has started large-scale pea cultivation at his Ranchi farm.

How much pea crop loss Pea farmers are the biggest losers due to diseases and pests in cultivation. With this in mind, scientists have developed many types of peas, which are not only resistant to disease, but are also inexpensive. Scientists have developed a new variety of peas, Pant Pea-39, which has been developed from other types of peas, HFP-530 and Pant Pea-74. Pant pea-399’s specialty is that it is resistant to diseases such as mildew, rust, rust, churnil. This state produces the highest peas.
About 5,415 thousand tons of peas are produced in India. The main states in the country that grow peas are states like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Jharkhand, and Himachal Pradesh. Especially in the west of Uttar Pradesh there is a lot of pea cultivation. About half of the country’s peas are produced in Uttar Pradesh itself.

Farmers suffer the most from diseases and pests caused by crops.

Why is the Chubbwal Pea famous? The Chabbewal pea from Hoshiarpur in Punjab is very popular in the country. Pea harvest is first prepared all over the country. Due to the sweet taste, there is a high demand for Chabbewal peas in all states of the country. Most peas from western Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana are found in Delhi-NCR. Until a few years ago, peas have brought prosperity to the lives of thousands of farming families here grappling with an economic crisis. Peas are currently grown in 100 villages in this area and thousands of farmers have become self-sufficient by growing peas. Asia’s only pea mandi is also located in Hoshiarpur. Also read: Will the free cereal distribution scheme actually end on November 30th? Know everything

In general, water is no longer needed for the cultivation of peas. Pea harvest is good at a temperature of 27 to 30 degrees. Perhaps this is why Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the country’s great cricketer, started pea farming at his mold house in Ranchi, Jharkhand. Pea cultivation has become a profitable deal in recent years. In the coming years, farmers can become more aware of the cultivation of peas.

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