To Do Natural Farming, One Cow Earns Rs. 900 Will Get Maintenance Costs
- Government’s decision to double farmers’ income through natural agriculture
- The farmer who wants to avail the benefit has to apply on the ‘I farmer’ portal
In order to give priority to indigenous cow based natural farming by the state government, farmers have to pay Rs. 900 i.e. a maximum of Rs. The government has shown readiness to do 10,800. To avail this assistance, farmers have to apply online on the ‘I Farmer’ portal. The amount to be sanctioned to the farmer will be Rs. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to deposit RTGS-DBT in the bank accounts of 2700 beneficiaries.
From the date of approval of the application to the farmers in the available period of that quarter April to June quarter maintenance cost in July, July to September quarter maintenance cost in October, October to December quarterly maintenance cost in January and January to March quarterly maintenance cost in April. From the date of approval of the application for the available period of that quarter Rs. 900 will be paid for maintenance.
Launch of “I Farmer” portal for online application Interested farmers have to submit their application online to the Project Director, Atma on the “I Farmer” portal. Online application can be made at village level through e-gram center or wherever computer-internet facility is available. In addition, if the applicant submits the physical application to the concerned office, the office will have to submit the application on the portal till the portal is open within the time limit. After applying online, the applicant gets a printout of the application, signs it / thumbs up, copies 2-A, if there is a joint account holder, consent form of other account holder, copy of bank passbook / canceled check, including BTM / ATM / Gramsevak of the taluka, project director -The office of the soul must be presented It may be mentioned here that the Gujarat government is constantly striving for effective agricultural management for the farmers in the state, reduction in the uncertainty of agricultural production, reduction in agricultural expenditure and increase in the income of the farmers. Natural farming is the cultivation of low cost cow dung and cow urine based on the basic principles of nature. Subsistence cost for a cow to a farming family based on indigenous cow farming for the purpose of increasing soil moisture storage capacity, fertility and productivity, negligible production cost, higher cost, water saving and protection, nutrition and breeding of environment and human health. It has been decided to provide this assistance.
Who can avail the benefit If the farmer seeking the benefit of the scheme is eligible, the applicant farmer should have a native cow with identification tag at the time of application and should be doing natural farming with his dung urine or the benefit will be available after doing natural farming. Currently, farmers engaged in natural agriculture and master trainers prepared after training in natural agriculture will be given priority in the approval if they meet the eligibility criteria.