Click to get more details, Place: Khoproli village, panvel district, raigad, maharashtra. Date: 22nd Nov, 2019
Click to Get More Details. Place: Sarai village, Vaishali district, Bihar Date: 29th Aug. 2020 Special Thanks: Horticulture department, Bihar
Click here to get more details..... Starting with the month of June and end in October, Kharif Season varies from crop to crop and region to region, transplantation of these crops has started with the arrival of first rains and harvested at the end of the monsoon season (October-November). Where the crops mainly depend on the rainfall and its timing. Where Rice is eaten by a large part of the world’s human population, India is considered as the second-largest rice producer in the world after china and contributing approx. 20% of the world’s rice production and highly producing agriculture crop grown in the Country. Rice Cultivation requires an average temperature of 25°C and a minimum of 100cms of rainfall and traditionally grown in waterlogged rice paddy fields. It is considered as when the seed spikes reach at 50 percent, Water should be drained, and after harvesting 80 to 85 percent of the crop, it should be harvested to avoid the loss of grains. I have discussed my idea to explore the paddy cultivation with Team SumArth/MICROX Foundation who are working as a Non-profit social enterprise with a mission to provide 360-degree support to farmers, specially the marginal with solutions for input linkages, technology, production optimization and market linkages, and I have spent 3 days with them in the field and in their Storage units where I interviewed different farmers about their techniques of paddy cultivation. Place: Village Bargawan, District Gaya, Bihar. Date: August 2017 Special Thanks: Agriculture Department, Gaya Team.
Click to get more details, Place: Darbhanga, Bihar Date: 26th september, 2020