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6/8/21

Dhanera farmer to fertilize land, build 1 crore liter farm pond with 4 months hard work

The world's foremost resourcefulness:  Dhanera farmer to fertilize land, build 1 crore liter farm pond with 4 months hard work





The farmer worked hard for four months to build a 140x140 wide and 26 feet deep farm pond
The farm pond will store 10 million liters of water, which can be used to irrigate the farm all year round



Banaskanchha district is also adjacent to Kandhi. Due to the small size of Kutch on one side and Rajasthan on the other side, there is a severe shortage of water in Banaskantha.



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 In the Banaskantha district, which borders Pakistan, people are scrambling for water as the water table deepens. At that time, a farmer named Bhurabhai Rajgor in Alwada village of Dhanera taluka has created a farm pond in his farm through social media. Which is 140x140 wide and 26 feet deep. According to the farmer, one crore liters of water will be stored in this pond.



In most of the talukas of Banaskantha district, farmers are facing drought problem due to deepening of wells and boreholes. However, some farmers are doing their best to collect water through their instincts and through social media. 



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Then Bhurabhai Rajgore, a farmer from Alwada village in Dhanera taluka, built a pond. In which one crore liters of water can be stored. Which he will be able to use for irrigation in his field crops for the next twelve months.



In this regard, Bhurabhai Rajgore, a farmer who built a farm pond, said, "We are involved in agriculture and animal husbandry. I have built a farm pond in my farm." Through social media, I saw in Rajasthan and in Maharashtra, people irrigate their fields by constructing ponds. So I came up with the idea of ​​making such a pond. So I talked to my partner Devabhai that we should also build a farm pond and irrigate the land.





"After talking to Devabhai, we worked hard for three months to build a 140x140 and 26 feet deep farm pond with the help of JCB and tractor at a cost of Rs 8 lakh," Bhurabhai added. In which one crore liters of water can be stored. According to one estimate, even if about four inches of rain falls, the farm pond will be filled. So that I can irrigate the field for twelve months. If the government supports and subsidizes the farmers, we can build ponds and farmers can farm as well as raise livestock.

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