Banepa farmers are earning huge income from kibi farming

Kiwi fruit grown in Dr. Surya Prasad Pandey’s orchard in Phaskot, Dhulikhel Municipality-11 of Kavrepalanchok. Photo: Rasas 9 Manseer, Banepa. Kibi is flourishing in the waves scattered among the Thakars. Seeing the invisible waves in Thakaro from afar encourages the farmer to work harder. The family of Buddha Sangathan has been taking care of him.… Continue reading Banepa farmers are earning huge income from kibi farming

Jowar prices rise, farmers excited

5 Manseer, Bhojpur. The farmers here are excited due to the increase in the price of multi-purpose chirayota. The price of jowar, which has been falling continuously for the last four-five years, has increased this year. The recent fall in prices has led to many farmers abandoning their crops. Presently, Chirayato traders of different villages… Continue reading Jowar prices rise, farmers excited

Paddy was not planted in 1300 seedlings in Bhaktapur, most of the farmers were affected

30 October, Kathmandu. Most of the farmers cultivating Chinese hybrid paddy in Bhaktapur have been affected. Farmers are in a lot of trouble due to non-sowing of paddy sown in about 1300 planted land. The farmers of Changunarayan Municipality and Suryabinayak Municipality of Bhaktapur district were in trouble. Most of the farmers of Changunarayan Municipality… Continue reading Paddy was not planted in 1300 seedlings in Bhaktapur, most of the farmers were affected

Farmer’s demonstration in Maitighar due to non-harvesting of paddy

16 October, Kathmandu. Farmers have protested in Maitighar Mandla on Tuesday, saying that there is no ear in paddy. They have protested demanding fair compensation. Jayanti Bhandari of Dahchok, Kathmandu also participated in the demonstration with placards. Jayanti, who has crossed the age of 51, had a placard in her hand which read ‘Give relief… Continue reading Farmer’s demonstration in Maitighar due to non-harvesting of paddy

Farmers in the Far West are seeking relief by showing off a crop of sprouted rice

October 8, Kailash. This request has been made by Bhojraj Bhandari, a farmer of Janki village in Kailali, who had reached Dhangarhi a few days ago after the entire crop of the field was destroyed due to floods. “This is the first time such an unexpected calamity has been experienced. Many farmers are facing starvation… Continue reading Farmers in the Far West are seeking relief by showing off a crop of sprouted rice

Flood in Rajapur and Geruwa areas of Bardia, announcement of relief to farmers

October 3, Butwal. Rajapur Municipality and Geruva village of Bardia district have been flooded due to the continuous rain for three days. Tilak Ram Sharma, an elected member of the state assembly from Bardia and spokesperson of the Lumbini state government, said 1,200 houses and hundreds of acres of paddy fields have been submerged in… Continue reading Flood in Rajapur and Geruwa areas of Bardia, announcement of relief to farmers

Ten farmers in the far west in the field

September 29, Baitadi. Farmers in the Far West have been engaged in farming since the beginning of the decade when paddy was imported. According to the local people, farmers have to remain busy in the fields to import paddy, maize and other vegetables. They are enjoying meeting their relatives as they return home only once… Continue reading Ten farmers in the far west in the field

Farmer’s salt oil being utilized by bamboo copper

July 22, Gulmi. After the sale of bamboo copper, enthusiasm has elevated among the many farmers of Gulmi. Presently farmers elsewhere of Gulmi district reside their life by getting bamboo, copper and different each day requirements. The bamboo planted across the bend does not want a lot effort. As quickly as July comes, copper begins… Continue reading Farmer’s salt oil being utilized by bamboo copper

Sugarcane grew to become a mortgage crop, displaced farmers

14 July, Kathmandu. On Wednesday, 74-year-old Gagandev Rai of Sarlahi got here to Kathmandu for the third time after the sugar business was not paid. The workforce consists of 5 individuals from his village who had come to Kathmandu to warn the federal government if the business didn’t get cash to promote sugarcane for years.… Continue reading Sugarcane grew to become a mortgage crop, displaced farmers