Agriculture Farmar Success Story of Ramshing Patel is earning millions of rupees by cultivating Amla : Ramsing Patel, resident of Patna village of Bahoriband development block, becomes greener of barren land. Decided and set an example with his hard work and dedication. Even though vegetable cultivation is being taken up in Tewri Nagar. But Indians are known as Gooseberry and Nellie. It is also known for its medicinal properties. Its fruits are used to prepare various medicines. Anaemia, diarrhoea, toothache, fever and wounds are treated with medicines made from amla.
He started gathering more information about the cultivation of gooseberry from wherever possible. After making an advance payment in the horticulture department in Patna, they got 60 Amla plants. He planted it on his 2 acres of land. A year later, he bought 70 more plants and planted them as well. Their land was fertile and there was a good source of water around. Due to this, all their trees were ready within 4-5 years and started giving fruits in a few days.
Amla is earning millions of rupees by cultivating
In some trees, gooseberry was up to 5 kg and in some, up to 10 kg. This earned him 7 lakh in just one year. In order to find a good market for gooseberry, it is beneficial in the treatment of many diseases like scurvy, constipation, diarrhoea, leucorrhoea, diabetes, phlegm, etc. Apart from this, it is also used in making ink, Ritha, shampoo etc.. Given the diverse medicinal and nutritional properties of amla and its ability to thrive in difficult climates. There is immense potential for cultivation even in arid regions. Amla’s grafted trees are of medium height and once planted, thrive from 40 to 50 years of age.
Preparation of Amla field
For the cultivation of Amla, digging of pits in Usar land should be done from 7.5 to 9.5 meters and digging pits of 1.25 to 1.50 meters. If there is a hard layer or a kankar layer, it should be dug out and separated. Otherwise, later growth of plants is adversely affected. If there is a water scarcity, then in the rainy season in May, these pits should be filled with water. 55 to 65 kg cow dung manure 20 to 25 kg sand, 7 to 10 kg gypsum should be added in each pit. 70 to 125 grams of chlorpyrifas dust should also be filled while filling the pit. Planting of the plant should be done 15 to 20 days after the pit filling.
Water conservation with social service
Farmers have been working to teach children for four years BSW scheme by joining mass campaign along with farming. Ramsing Patel has also contributed in this bus work. But people are aware. Not only this, since 2012, wellness awareness campaigns have been running. Ramsing Patel is doing water conservation work. With this, efforts have been made to increase the water level of the canal pool with the companions
Farmar Success Story of Ramshing Patel: learned marketing tricks
One day he saw a small advertisement in the newspaper Ganesh brand wheat. Ramsing Patel got curious as to what was special. In this wheat, which is written its price is 6 rupees per kg. And we are selling our produce in the market for 4 rupees a kilo. The address of the place was also written in that advertisement, what was it then that Kailash reached there.
In order to understand the whole matter, he also took the job of pulldari at that businessman. He further told that the man by buying wheat from the market. By cleaning and grading it. He used to pack them in jute sacks and put stencils on them. This would have added value to wheat. After this, he used to sell that wheat to the city’s colony and township.