Diarytimes Media Network, Shimla Published by : Kumud Sharma, Updated June 16, 2023 by Diary Times
Horticulture and Revenue Minister Jagat Singh Negi has called upon farmers to join the Shiva project in maximum numbers, so that new sources of income can be created for them by planting fruit trees in their waste lands.
Jagat Singh Negi said this on the inspection of hydroponics in Ehju village and aeroponics poly house and tissue culture lab in Chenla under Jagendra Nagar assembly constituency.
He also visited the Revenue Training Institute located in Jagendra Vinay Nagar and checked various arrangements of the institute.
He said that till now the Shiva project was being run on pilot basis, but now it will be implemented completely.
Jagat Singh Negi also said that there are many possibilities to move forward in modern agriculture and horticulture through heteroponics, poly house. He said that excellent work is being done in Chenla in potato and apple sector through tissue culture.