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Success: No need to go to Shimla to eat apples, Gujarat farmer has done amazing, only here you can get fruits like sweet honey

 Success: No need to go to Shimla to eat apples, Gujarat farmer has done amazing, only here you can get fruits like sweet honey

Farmers' entrepreneurship, experimentation and agricultural skills always give new dimensions, results and crops. Due to this, saffron is grown in arid and mostly sandy regions like Kutch and in Jamnagar district, exotic fruit, Thor fruit and dragon fruit are cultivated. Farmers in North Gujarat have tried to grow saffron and the specialty is that even if they fail once or twice, these farmers do not give up without giving up.

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Apples are a cold crop like Himachal Pradesh, the idea of ​​growing them in the warm climate of Gujarat seems funny at first sight. But in the farm of Girishbhai Patel, a farmer and co-trader, a native of Vemar village in Karjan taluka and currently living in Karjan, today not one or two apple trees, but a whole 20 plants have grown to a height of 6 to 8 feet. He planted these Himalayan trees in Gujarat in January 2016.

However, overcoming the dilemma of how a region with a cold climate like a refrigerator can grow in a hot region like Vadodara and Gujarat's Owen, he said that the Horticulture Research Institute of Himachal Pradesh has developed an improved variety, which will be planted experimentally in 12 states including Rajasthan and Rajasthan. Has come.

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In Gujarat, a horticultural entrepreneur from Kutch has grown these apples without getting frustrated by the failure of his first attempt and inspired by him, Girishbhai has done this experiment in Vadodara district. When Girishbhai approached an institute in Himachal Pradesh to get his seedlings, the institute recommended to buy apple trees from the institute in Jaipur, Rajasthan! Thus, he knew that half way through he got certified plants at low transportation costs. In the second year of planting, i.e. in 2020, when these plants started flowering and then fruiting, they were pleasantly surprised and became confident that the experiment would be successful. However, the advisory body advised Girishbhai to pick the flowers and fruits immediately as they mature only three years after leaving.

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Now, in 205, when this plant matures, the fruit can be harvested. So, the people of Vadodara, who ate apples from Shimla, should now be ready to eat Wemar apples. Apples of this variety of Harman are yellow-pink and sweet in color. He bought 200 plants for planting at a price of about Rs. 500 per plant including transportation cost. Planted it in place of the discarded eucalyptus.

As many as 30 plants were damaged and he contacted the institute and said that if there was waterlogging around the stems of the plants, the plants would die. As a result, about 40 plants are growing today. The Vadodara office of the state horticulture department has also taken note of his experiment.

The family of Girishbhai Patel, a native farmer, owns a stationery business in Karjan. However, they are attached to the land. At a time when other farmers are selling Bapiki lands for cash, they have increased the allotted 15 vinghas of land to 8 vinghas. They have planted 200 mango saffron mangoes. They have been successfully cultivating eucalyptus since 2006. Pink gooseberry has been grown, the first crop of which will be available this year.

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They say that I don't do traditional farming like cotton, diwali, tuwer. I have bushes in my fields. He says that farm farming is as profitable as traditional farming and the effort is less.

Due to Girishbhai's agricultural entrepreneurship, Vadodara will get to eat Wemar apples. It may not be as big and delicious as the apples of Shimla, but it is a pleasure to eat the fruit grown in our area and in our land.

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