New agricultural technology exhibited at the Tezpur Farmers Fair

New agricultural technology exhibited at the Tezpur Farmers Fair

TEZPUR: Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Sonitpur held an all-day peasant fair and exhibition on the KVK campus to showcase new agricultural techniques for the welfare of the agricultural community.

Under the guidance of Angana Sarmah, (i / c) Head, KVK, Sonitpur, a group of B.Sc. (Agri) students at Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat under the RAWEP program exhibited a variety of live models. Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat.

In his welcome speech, Salma elaborated on the need to demonstrate such techniques in order to earn sustainable and sustainable income under changing climate change scenarios. The exhibition will be lit by Dr. Jayanta Deca, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture in Jorhart, in front of Dr. Pramod Chandra Deca, Dr. Kahikchi, Guwahati and Dr. Kausik Das, Chief CEOs of CBBO-AAU. Started by. Professor, Crop Physiology Department, AAU, Jorhart, Dr. Hirania Devnas, Plant Conservation Department, AAU, Jorhart and Naren Salma, SDAO, Sonitopur.

Talking to farmers, Dr. Jayanta Deca focused on key milestones in agricultural development since the country’s independence, such as the Green Revolution, the use of ICT in agriculture, advances in mechanization, and soil health care. The Ministry of Energy of Tezpur University also demonstrated their farmer-friendly techniques at the exhibition.

In the first program, two progressive farmers in the district, Nilam Dutta, owner of the organic seed production farm Pabhoi Greens, and Pankaj Hazarika, an executive member of Kanyaka Farms, celebrated their significant contributions to the agricultural sector. Was done. Maduri Food Owner Amrit Maduri Devi and Chitraleka SHG Secretary Nava Salma were also praised for their contributions to the safety of the livelihoods of the agricultural community.

During a technical session prepared by RAWEP students, Jipal, an agri-based magazine, was also launched. In the closing session, SDAO’s Naren Sarmah invited the agricultural community to participate in a number of such farm trade fairs and discuss agricultural issues.