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Awareness-cum-training programme on medicinal, aromatic plants held
1/28/2023 10:24:58 PM
Early Times Report
REASI, Jan 28: Regional-cum-Facilitation Centre (RCFC) Northern Region (NR)-II of SKUAST-Kashmir in collaboration with Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), Reasi of SKUAST-Jammu organised one day awareness-cum-training programme on "Cultivation and marketing of medicinal and aromatic Plants" here at Bharakh village in Reasi district of J&K. The programme was attended by more than 50 farmers who have done a commendable work in cultivation of various medicinal and aromatic plants. Regional Director RCFC NR-II, Prof. Sheikh Bilal Ahmed during his deliberations emphasized for adoption of good agricultural practices, primary processing, packaging, branding and value addition of various medicinal and aromatic plants. Dr Banarsi Lal, Sr. Scientist & Head, KVK Reasi SKUAST-Jammu deliberated upon various agro techniques for the cultivation of medicinal and aromatic plants particularly lemon grass. He informed the farmers about the development of various value added products from the lemon grass. He stressed on Farmers Producer Organisations (FPOs) for more farm returns. Er. Falak Marazi and Dr. Rozy Rasool along with other Scientists briefed the farmers about the use of various marketing channels like e-Charak and e-Aushadhi. The progressive farmers were given appreciation certificates for having done a commendable work in medicinal and aromatic plants and allied sectors adopting the scientific techniques developed by SKUAST-K, SKUAST-J and RCFC NR-II. Technical literature on GAPs, agro techniques, processing and marketing of medicinal and aromatic plants was also distributed among the farmers. During the programme farmers asked various quarries regarding medicinal and aromatic plants which were answered by the experts in a satisfactorily way. The programme was concluded with the field visit of participants in the innovative field of the progressive farmers S. Gurdev Singh and S.Harjeet Singh. During the programme Sarpanch of the area, S.Jaspal Singh was also present. The programme was assisted by Manohar Lal and concluded by Dr.Banarsi Lal with the formal vote of thanks.
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