Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Krishak Vraksh Dhan Yojana – The Uttar Pradesh government has taken a unique initiative to increase the income of small and marginal farmers.
Planting will be done on the rams of the farm under the ‘Mukhyamantri Krishak Vraksh Dhan Yojana’. The eligible farmers of this scheme will get wages of Rs 175 per day for three years to maintain the plants from MNREGA. The survey work has started from the block level to select eligible farmers in the scheme.
Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Krishak Vraksh Dhan Yojana
Farmers who protect the fields will also strengthen the financial condition of farmers. In order to increase the income of the farmers, the state government has started the CM Krishan Daksh Dhan Yojana. Under the scheme, fruitful, shady and ever-growing plants will be planted on the ranch of the fields.
Under MNREGA, the small and marginal farmers of the leasehold family and the general category will be eligible for this scheme along with the eligible job holders of Scheduled Caste, tribe. However, for the plantation, those people should have their own land. Forest Department, garden department will be given to farmers for planting plants.
The farmer on the ranch of the field will maintain the farmer for three years. For this, the eligible farmers will be given Rs. 175 per day as wages from MNREGA. DDO Motilal Vyas said that the scheme has started looking for eligible farmers. For this, the survey is being conducted in the block level, rural area.
These Plants will be Planted Under Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Krishak Vraksh Dhan Yojana
Farmers can plant mango, guava, banana, rosewood, teak, popular, eucalyptus and soon after planting under the Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Krishak Vraksh Dhan Yojana. The farmers concerned will have full responsibility for the maintenance of these plants.
Under this Scheme, the farmers will plant the tree on the rug of their fields and supervise these plants for three years. In three years the plant will become a tree. Three years later, the said trees will be given to the farmers in the form of bonuses. Farmers can get financial assistance by harvesting these trees.