Farmer Agriculture Success Story Farmers are earning bumper profits by cultivating bay leaves : Today we are going to tell you about a farmer who has cultivated bay leaves! Farmer Upendra Rajkumar from Kerala (Karnataka) is becoming famous in his area these days! The reason is that they have made a bumper profit from the cultivation of bay leaves in very less space! In view of his success, he has also been honored on many big forums! He earns millions of profits by cultivating bay leaves on only 10 bighas of land! Let us tell you about them!
Agriculture Success Story: Farmer is earning bumper profits by cultivating bay leaves
Upendra says that initially people made fun of him! But seeing his success today, other people of the village are also following him! Many people have even tied up with big pharmaceutical companies! Due to which they are making good profits! If you are interested in cultivating bay leaves, you can easily cultivate it, it is called ‘Bay leaf’ in English!
Its cultivation is also a profitable business in our country! It is a type of dry and fragrant leaf! Which is mostly used as a spice to make food tastier! It has been produced for many years! It was first cultivated in the Mediterranean and suitable countries of its cultivation! But now it is produced in many countries! Most of its producing countries are India, Russia, Central America, Italy, France and North America and Belgium etc.
Land preparation and soil requirement
Suitable climate in the soil and soil type is very important for the development of bay leaves along with the climate! For good growth of bay leaves, dry soil with organic matter is required! Also, the pH value of the soil must be between 6 and 8! It is very important to prepare the land as per the requirement before planting its plant! Therefore, before planting the plant, plow the soil thoroughly and dry it. Then clean the weeds completely from the soil! Now sprinkle organic manure all over the field! After this, after the fertilizer is found in the soil, plant the bay leaves in the ground! Keep these plants between 4 to 6 meters apart between the two plants!
Bay leaf productivity
Farmer Agriculture Success Story: Now in every corner of the country, Mughlai is desperate to spread its aroma in the cuisine! Tejpatta cultivated with medicinal properties is spreading like quadruple in the district especially in Thakurganj block day and night! There has been a revolution in the cultivation of bay leaves in the block! Where in the year two thousand people and farmers used to plant one or two bay leaves in the garden! Now thousands of farmers have started cultivating Tej patta! At present, more than 15 hundred bay leaves have been planted in the district. Tejpatta is mainly grown in Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland of India along with France, Belgium, Italy, Russia, Central and North America.
Pests and diseases in bay leaf
To protect pests from bay leaves, you can spray neem oil on the plants! Apart from this, keep the surrounding area clean! And clear the weeds so that the plant can grow well and the chances of insects are reduced. Fertilizer in bay leaves is applied before planting! To grow the plant properly, we must prune it from time to time! By timely pruning, the trees grow well and fully! And even after this, if there is any kind of insect on the bay leaf or plant, then you can also use chemical insecticide to get rid of it!
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