- Meri Fasal Mera Byora Scheme: Through this portal, farmers can get information related to farming and government schemes.
- If the farmers are harmed due to the disaster, the portal also helps them.
new Delhi. Various schemes are being run by the government to provide financial assistance and incentives to the farmers. One of these is Meri Fasal Mera Byora Scheme. Through this, farmers get subsidy and subsidy under different schemes and financial benefits on the crop. But this is his last chance to join the scheme. The last date of registration on this portal is 31 August i.e. today. If you also want to join this scheme then follow the rules mentioned below.
How to apply Meri Fasal Mera Byora Scheme?
To apply online in my crop my statement visit its official website fasal.haryana.gov.in. Now click on the link for “Registration”. This will open the registration form. Fill all the information here. After this, submit the form. After registration, you should keep its number and other information. At the time of application, fill your Aadhaar card and mobile number in the form. For the information of land, copy of a copy of revenue record, Khasra number has to be filled. Apart from this, a copy of the bank passbook will also have to be installed, so that the benefit of any scheme can be sent directly to the account. After registration, the crop name, variety and sowing time will have to be filled on my crop-mine details portal.
These will be beneficial
By registering on this portal, farmers will get information related to farming and farming. Apart from this, the subsidy will be available on fertilizer, seeds, loans and agricultural implements. Farmers should know when to harvest the crop and market information will be available. If the crop is damaged due to natural disaster, this portal will also help in getting help.
So many farmers registered
The registration date under the scheme was earlier till 25 August, but later the government extended it to 31 August. According to the data of the Agriculture Department, 25,65,730.44 acres have been registered by 4,83,760 farmers on the portal. The scheme was launched by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on 5 July 2019. Farmers can upload their crop details on this portal and can take advantage of all government schemes of the state related to farming.
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