Dear readers, we are pleased to announce on released of November issue of Times of Agriculture e-magazine. Like every issue, this time also various agricultural activities are being presented to you in a very interacting manner. November issue’s theme is ‘One Nation One Fertilizer’ scheme. This scheme is being implemented in the entire country by respected Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Through this scheme all fertilizers will be linked under the name of ‘BHARAT’ brand. This is a great step taken in the fertilizer industries. In this magazine issue, we have discussed ‘One nation one Fertilizer’ in detail and through graphics it has been explained that how this scheme will prove to be beneficial for the farmers.
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Highlights of November Issue
|2.||One nation one fertilizer: Revival in fertilizer industry.|
Cover Story (Dr. Kevin Christopher)
|3.||Floating seedbed for Aman paddy: A climate resilient technology for flood prone coastal zones. |
Anannya Dhar and Dr. Kajal Sengupta
|4.||Apiary: Interest turn into profession. |
Kalavathi K. Kambali, Geeta S. Tamagale, Jayashree Pattar and Shailaja Galagali
|5.||Response farming. |
S. N. Abhilash Naik and A. Suryakala
|6.||Stress management in agriculture. |
Anchal Singh and Shweta Gupta
|7.||Pusa decomposer: A brilliant solution to stubble burning. |
Kumar Anshuman, Sandeep Yadav, Utkarsh Singh and Indresh Kumar
|8.||Organic liquid manures. |
Dr. Sandeep Yadav and Sugandha Chauhan
|9.||Drones in vegetable cropping systems. |
Deepesh Keshari, Vibhu Pandey and Khushboo Sharma
|10.||Window gardening; beautifying indoors. |
About One Nation One Fertilizer
Under the slogan “One Nation, One Fertilizer,” One Nation One Fertilizer seeks to provide farmers with high-quality crop nutrients at reasonable prices. To make farming easier, the farmers will be given access to nano urea. A sacksful of urea can only be replaced by one nano urea bottle. The plan was put in place to stop the high freight subsidy-reducing Criss-cross movement of fertiliser brands. The Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Jan Urvarak Pariyojana scheme and a single brand called “Bharat” would be used to advertise all subsidised soil nutrients, including urea, di-ammonium phosphate (DAP), muriate of potash (MoP), and NPK.