120 rupees subsidy will be available on bamboo plant The Central Government has started the Bamboo Mission to increase the production of bamboo in the country. Under which farmers are given government assistance of Rs 120 per plant for cultivating bamboo. At the same time, the demand for bamboo is continuously increasing in the country. Due to which you will get a lot of benefit if you cultivate bamboo.
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How to do farming? – Bamboo cultivation is not according to the season and neither do you need to give time to it like other crops. Once bamboo is planted, you can start harvesting it after 4 years. At the same time, bamboo plants are planted at a distance of every 5 feet. Which costs about Rs 240 per plant in three years. In which the government gives you assistance at the rate of Rs 120 per plant.
Before starting farming, keep these things in mind – Before starting farming, you need to know about the varieties of bamboo. After this you have to decide what kind of bamboo you want to plant and how you are going to sell it in the market. Actually, there are 136 species of bamboo. Because of this you can also get very difficult.
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What is earning math? – It is believed that if you plant a sapling on 3 x 2.5 meters, then about 1500 plants will be planted in one hectare. Together you can grow another crop in the space left between the two plants. . After 4 years, 3 to 3.5 lakh rupees will start earning. No need to do replantation every year. Because bamboo plants last for about 40 years.