|| Shree Mumba Devi Prasanna ||


AGMARKNET
17 Jun 2021
Onion : Local Max Price: 1700 Min Price: 1000   |   Potato : Potato Max Price: 2500 Min Price: 2000   |   Brinjal : Round Max Price: 1600 Min Price: 1200   |   Brinjal : Brinjal Max Price: 3200 Min Price: 2000   |   Tomato : Local Max Price: 1200 Min Price: 600   |   Tomato : Tomato Max Price: 1000 Min Price: 600   |   Bitter gourd : Bitter Gourd Max Price: 4800 Min Price: 4000   |   Bhindi(Ladies Finger) : Bhindi Max Price: 3300 Min Price: 2800   |   Green Chilli : Green Chilly Max Price: 4400 Min Price: 3600   |   Chilly Capsicum : Chilly Capsicum Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1400   |   Beans : Beans (Whole) Max Price: 5200 Min Price: 4000   |   Ginger(Green) : Green Ginger Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1600   |   Carrot : Carrot Max Price: 4000 Min Price: 3000   |   Cabbage : Cabbage Max Price: 700 Min Price: 500   |   Snake gourd : Snakeguard Max Price: 1600 Min Price: 1200   |   Beetroot : Beetroot Max Price: 2800 Min Price: 2400   |   Cucumbar(Kheera) : Cucumbar Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1800   |   Ridge gourd(Tori) : Ridgeguard(Tori) Max Price: 4000 Min Price: 3500   |   Raddish : Raddish Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1200   |   Thondekai : Thondekai Max Price: 1600 Min Price: 1200   |   Capsicum : Capsicum Max Price: 2800 Min Price: 2000   |   Drumstick : Drumstick Max Price: 8000 Min Price: 7200   |   Seemebadnekai : Seemebadanekai Max Price: 2400 Min Price: 1600   |   Knool Khol : Knool Khol Max Price: 4400 Min Price: 3600   |  

Organic Farming


India to set up Organic Farming Research Institute in Sikkim

India to set up Organic Farming Research Institute in Sikkim

In order to promote organic farming in the country, Indian Agriculture & Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Radha Mohan Singh has announced the establishment of National Organic Farming Research Institute (NOFRI) at Gangtok, Sikkim.

Share with : Facebook Whatsapp Twitter Linkedin

, 01 March 2016 : style="line-height: 17.85pt; background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial; vertical-align: baseline;">Sikkim: In order to promote organic farming in the country, Indian Agriculture & Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Radha Mohan Singh has announced the establishment of National Organic Farming Research Institute (NOFRI) at Gangtok, Sikkim.

Singh said this during 87th Annual General Meeting of Indian Council of Agricultural Research announced establishment of National Organic Farming Research Institute (NOFRI) at Gangtok, Sikkim.

Sikkim has recently been declared as the first organic state in the country. In view of above, Union Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister has given approval to execute NOFRI.

Singh informed that the Institute will provide research and technological backstopping to Organic Production System in the country in general and North East Hills Region in particular.

The institute will undertake basic, strategic and adaptive research on efficient, economically viable and environmentally sustainable organic farming systems for improving productivity, resource use efficiencies and quality of produce.

Besides, it will impart vocational and advanced training to stakeholders for promotion of organic farming in the country. Required financial resources, manpower and infrastructure facilities will be made available accordingly.


© Copyright 2021 Agriculture Times. All rights reserved. Republication or redistribution of Agriculture Times content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent.

Support our venture and help farming commmunity in India. If you want us the work better FUND US. For as little as INR 10, you can support2.jpg the AgriTimes™ and it only takes a minute. Thank you.

Partners