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Holistic Agriculture Development Programme (HADP) is in the sharp focus of the Jammu and Kashmir government and recently LG Manoj Sinha took a detailed review meeting of agriculture and allied sectors.

He directed to extend the Daksh Kisan module to colleges to inform budding entrepreneurs about scope and opportunities in agri-business.

The High Density Plantation Scheme has been extended to 13 Crops now. The farmers should be provided with guidance and support to chart out a new course and reap the benefits of technology extension, better infrastructure and improved marketing facilities, the Lt Governor told the officials.

He congratulated the officials and all stakeholders generating overwhelming response from farmers across the UT for the ongoing Kisan Sampark Abhiyan.

He directed an impact assessment of Kisan Sampark Abhiyan and explored the possibility to extend the drive beyond August so that maximum farmers are covered and maximum utilization of schemes under HADP is ensured.

He said, the 29 interventions of HADP focuses on quality, productivity and efficiency in Agriculture and Allied Sectors.

Our sustained efforts can propel subsistence agriculture to sustainable commercial agri-economy and mitigate the challenges faced by the farming community. It should be our collective endeavour to provide effective IT support for monitoring HADP’s project implementation.

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