New Delhi. Everyone knows that business is more profitable than jobs. In such a situation, there are many educated youth who are inclined towards agriculture for earning. In addition, the government is helping you start a business. If you also want to try your hand at farming, then today we have come up with such a business idea for you. By which you can make good money.
If you want to cultivate a crop in less space, which can be much more profitable, then you can also cultivate ginger with the help of the government. Ginger is used in every home. Ginger is used to make tea from vegetables or any other food. Ginger is used a lot in the cold. So let’s find out how to start ginger cultivation (how to cultivate ginger).
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How to cultivate ginger
Ginger tubers of previous ginger crop are used for sowing ginger. Break large ginger nails in such a way that there are two to three sprouts in one piece.
Ginger cultivation is largely dependent on natural rainfall. This can be done alone or with papaya and other plants. 12 to 15 tubers are required for sowing in one hectare. The amount of seeds in crop cultivation is less.
When sowing ginger, the distance from row to row should be 0 to cm cm and the distance from tree to tree should be 20 to 25 cm. In addition, after sowing the seeds at a depth of four to five centimeters, the medium tuber should be covered with light soil or dung manure.
It will cost so much
Ginger crop is ready in about 8 to 9 months. The average yield of ginger is 150 to 200 quintals per hectare. Ginger grows 120 quintals per acre. Ginger cultivation in one hectare costs around Rs. 7-8 lakhs.
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What will be the profit
If we talk about profit, then about 150 to 200 quintals are produced from one hectare of ginger cultivation. The market price of ginger is up to Rs 80 per kg, but if we take the average of Rs 50 to 60, you will earn Rs 25 lakh per hectare. Even after removing all the expenses, you will get a profit of Rs 15 lakh.
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