Use pesticides solely with skilled recommendation: Dr Kenth
Barnala: The Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Barnala has began a collection of farmer coaching camps on profitable administration of crop residues and direct sowing of paddy and cultivation of cotton beneath profitable farmer affluent Punjab (Kamyab Kissan Kush-Hal Pjnjab) to impart technical information on agriculture to the farmers within the district.
Under this collection a farmer coaching camp was organized at village Kattu (Block Barnala) beneath the management of Chief Agriculture Officer Barnala Charanjit Singh Kainth. Addressing the farmers taking part within the camp, Dr. Charanjit Singh Kanth gave detailed details about direct sowing of paddy, upkeep of wheat crop, advertising and stated that fertilizers / pesticides needs to be used as per the recommendation and advice of agronomists.
Informing the farmers that the wheat crop is ripe, it is extremely essential to deal with the wheat crop right now, so if there may be any transformer in your subject, co-ordinate with the involved division to restore its hanging wires. Water tubs or different tankers needs to be stored within the fields in order that the wheat could be shielded from any untoward incident. On this event Gurbinder Singh, JE Land and Water Resources Department knowledgeable concerning the schemes of the division. Dr. Harjot Singh Sohi Krishi Vigyan Kendra Handiaya shared details about horticulture with the farmers. Dr. Sukhpal Singh, Agriculture Development Officer shared info with the farmers concerning the cultivation of cotton and different kharif crops, Dr. Ammitpal Singh concerning the significance of soil water testing.
Meanwhile, profitable farmer Jagtar Singh shared his experiences on profitable cultivation of direct sowing of paddy within the current previous. Also current on the event have been Lovedeep Singh Secretary Society Kattu, Dr Gurmeet Singh Agriculture Development Officer, Dildar Singh Sub Inspector of Agriculture, Davinder Singh Sub Inspector of Agriculture, Makhan Lal and different farmers.