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29 June

Bihar Hari Khad Yojana

The Bihar Government has re-launched the Bihar Hari Khad Yojana. Under this scheme, the government will provide subsidies to farmers for cultivating crops like moong (green gram) and sesbania. The Bihar government will provide an 80% subsidy on moong seeds and a 90% subsidy on dhaincha (sesbania) seeds through this scheme. The government aims for farmers to cultivate dhaincha on 28,000 hectares. Here in this post, we will go through the various details of the scheme and its application process.

Objectives of Bihar Hari Khad Yojana

  • To promote organic farming in the state.
  • To enhance soil fertility by increasing the presence of organic matter and carbon through the cultivation of moong and dhaincha crops.
  • To provide farmers with the opportunity to apply online and obtain seeds at reduced prices.
  • To increase farmers' income through the scheme.
  • To improve the overall quality of life of farmers in Bihar.
  • To promote sustainable agricultural practices in Bihar.
  • To bring improvements in the livelihoods of farmers.

Eligibility Criteria for Bihar Hari Khad Yojana

  • You must be a resident of Bihar to apply for this scheme.
  • You should be at least 18 years of age or older.
  • This scheme is specifically for farmers engaged in the cultivation of moong (green gram) and dhaincha (sesbania).
  • The applicant's bank account needs to be linked with his/her Aadhaar card.

Document Checklist for Bihar Hari Khad Yojana

If you wish to apply for this scheme, you will need to submit the following essential documents:

  • Aadhaar Card
  • PAN Card
  • Income Certificate
  • Caste Certificate
  • Residence Certificate
  • Bank Account linked with Aadhaar Card
  • Two passport-sized photographs
  • Mobile Number
  • Email ID

Application Process for Bihar Hari Khad Yojana

  • Visit the official website of Bihar Hari Khad Yojana - https://brbn.bihar.gov.in/Home/Demand.
  • Once you are on the homepage of the website, look for the option "Kisan Panjikaran Sankhya" (Farmers' Registration Number).
  • Enter your Kisan Panjikaran Sankhya and click on the search button.
  • After clicking the search button, a new page will open where you will see the option "Apply."
  • Click on the "Apply" option.
  • Clicking on this will open an application form. Carefully read the form and fill in all the required information accurately.
  • Scan and upload all necessary documents.
  • Review your application form properly to ensure all information is filled in correctly.
  • After reviewing, click on the submit button.
  • After submitting the form, you will receive a receipt. Print out this receipt and keep it safe.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: Which crops are sown for green manure?

A: Green manure crops are sown to improve soil fertility and structure. Common green manure crops grown in India include legumes like beans, soybeans, and pigeon peas, as well as non-legumes such as sunhemp, dhaincha (sesbania), and mustard.

Q: What are the benefits of green manure?

A: Green manure crops help improve soil fertility, structure, and health by adding organic matter, nitrogen, and other nutrients. They also aid in suppressing weeds, reducing erosion, and enhancing water retention capacity. Additionally, green manure crops can provide fodder for livestock.

Q: How is green manure prepared?

A: Green manure involves growing specific crops that are plowed back into the soil to improve soil fertility and replenish nutrients. They are typically sown in autumn or early winter and allowed to grow until just before flowering. At this point, they are cut and incorporated into the soil, where they decompose and release nutrients. Commonly used green manure crops in India include beans, pigeon peas, and soybeans, as well as non-legumes such as sorghum, pearl millet, and sunflower.

Q: Who can apply for the Bihar Hari Khad Yojana?

A: Both small and marginal farmers who own or lease agricultural land in Bihar can apply for the Bihar Hari Khad Yojana. This scheme is open to all farmers interested in adopting green manure practices to improve soil fertility and productivity. Farmers can apply through government offices or online portals.

Q: What is Bihar Hari Khad Yojana?

A: Bihar Hari Khad Yojana is a government initiative in India that promotes the use of green manure in agriculture to enhance soil fertility and productivity. It provides free seeds, technical assistance, and financial incentives to farmers adopting green manure practices.

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