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It is an actual coconut, so you better not complain if there are dents or cracks in it, warns the online seller.
Coconut is cultivated predominantly by small and marginal farmers and at this hour, creating awareness and educating farmers to increase yield by effective utilisation of water, is important.
The package includes supply of 35 lakh coconut seedlings and millets, pulses and oilseeds as intercrops with a view to provide sustainable income to affected farmers till the saplings give yeild.
Post-floods, the agriculture initiative in the state is on the path of revival.
The ban has come at a time when the market is abuzz with Christmas-New Year celebrations.
'After the enumeration is completed, the compensation for crops and tree loss would be credited to the bank accounts of farmers,' agricultural Production Commissioner said.
Cyclone Gaja: Tamil Nadu Agricultural University to give 12 lakh coconut seedlings to delta districts by October 2019
If they are left without proper care, future yield would be affected. Our team is concentrating on the problem,” said the vice-chancellor.
While his business model was sound, there was something he did not anticipate; that several others would also think of the same idea.
The state-run Kerafed is among the several commercial establishments in Kerala waiting for the Sabarimala pilgrimage to be back to normal.
In the initial stage, MIF will focus on coconut farmers in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. It aims to bring together farmers and start-ups that can work in tandem to increase coconut production.
The fire & emergency services had a busy evening on Wednesday as more than 50 coconut trees were burnt in different areas across the city due to cracker-related incidents.
A scientific approach is being made to the traditional areca nut tree climbing and picking of nuts.
About 3 lakh coconut trees were uprooted and a large number of coconuts fell from trees due to strong gales.
Techies Navaneeth K T and Jaiden John have developed an automated helmet violation detection project with the help of Cyberdrome.