Farmers of Hamirpur district will now strengthen their economy by cultivating Milia Dubia Malabar Neem. Researchers of the College of Horticulture and Forestry, Neri, have successfully tried five thousand plants of Millia Dubia in Kangra Mandi, Una and Bilaspur including Hamirpur, which have yielded meaningful results.
Through this farming, a farmer can earn an income of fifteen lakh rupees in one hectare in six years. College researcher Dr. Dushyant says that these plants do not affect agriculture badly and furniture is also made from it. He said that the college has signed an MOU with a factory in Hoshiarpur, which will buy Millia Dubia wood.
At the same time, he also said – It is a matter of six years only for fly wood industry, most of the uses are in fly wood only if we do not want to use it even then, that we do not have to cut it in six years. Let it remain for ten years, then its timber value is very high, the furniture made of it, it becomes very shiny furniture. It has less weight but it is very good in appearance and the most important thing about this wood is That there is no termite in it.
It is anteturmite and when it will be eight to ten years old, about eighty percent of your teak wood is available. Teak wood is the most expensive and it takes more than twenty years to mature. But it is a plant that will give you wood of the same level in ten years and keep the most important thing in it that it does not have termites and the furniture made of it becomes very shiny furniture. That’s why for agriculture forestry today This is the most suitable plant to date.