MP G Ranjith Reddy and MLA Pilot Rohit Reddy were among those present.
Agriculture Minister S Niranjan Reddy, said that cotton could be cultivated both in Kharif and Rabi seasons as being done in countries like the US and Brazil.
Niranjan asked BJP leaders to get outstanding funds amounting to Rs 7,183.71 crore payable by the Centre to Telangana within three-four days.
S Niranjan Reddy said there was a need for diversification of crops as per the market demand, soil-health tests, use of green manure and farm mechanisation to make the most out of farming.
The Minister said that he was working with Minister KT Rama Rao to have rural youth manage the machinery with the help of the industries department.
Agriculture Minister Singireddy Niranjan Reddy, on Monday, hit out at the BJP-led Central government and Congress party for its ‘anti-farmer’ policies.
All the YSRC candidates will be elected unanimously going by party strength in the Legislative Assembly.
Niranjan Reddy said that the chilli farmers had to spend more on input costs to tackle black thrips.
Imagine a world without farmers — the primary food givers and the backbone of our economy. Yet, they barely get their due.
State Agriculture Minister Singireddy Niranjan Reddy on Monday denounced the Centre for delay in supplying fertilisers to farmers in the State.
In fact, he went on to say that unlike Telangana rice, Punjab rice could be sold across the country.
As per the directions of Chandrasekhar Rao, the Agriculture Minister announced that the TRS would take up a series of agitations after Ugadi, the Telugu new year on April 2.
As part of his Delhi tour, Niranjan Reddy visited Azadpur Mandi, the largest fruit market in the country, which was constructed in 90 acres in 1975.
Kamalakar said that the attitude of the Centre was detrimental to the interests of Tela-ngana farmers.
The Seed Development Corporation will open its selling centres in all districts of the state.