India: Government to provide 50% subsidy for cultivation of horticulture crops

Published Aug 24, 2021

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Efforts are being made by the government to make farmers self-reliant and double their income. For this, the central and state governments are running various schemes at their respective levels. Among these schemes is the Horticulture Mission.

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Efforts are being made by the government to make farmers self-reliant and also double their income. For this, the central and state governments are running various schemes at their respective levels. Among these schemes is the National Horticulture Mission. Under this scheme, up to 50 % subsidy is being provided by the Haryana government to the farmers for planting fruit orchards, cultivating flowers and producing vegetables. With the aim of making the farmers self-reliant and promoting environmental protection, the Haryana government is trying to plant more and more saplings. The state government is providing 50 percent subsidy to farmers under the National Horticulture Mission. Haryana Government believes that farmers should start adopting modern farming so that the income of farmers can increase. The cultivation of horticultural crops requires less expenditure & labor and still provides better returns. It is due to this reason, the Haryana government wants farmers to take up ...
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