Guwahati: Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has urged members of the Assam Agriculture Fee to make in depth visits to farming clusters to make sure qualitative enchancment within the sector, an official launch stated on Friday.
He additionally requested the members of the fee to work together with farmers to grasp their points and accordingly, advocate steps to boost the general manufacturing of agricultural commodities, it stated.
Sarma held a gathering with the members of the fee right here on Thursday evening and requested them to evaluate at the very least in six months the implementation of their solutions for the qualitative and quantitative growth of the agriculture sector.
He additionally urged them to assist farmers construct capability in natural and pure farming to boost the export potential of their produce.
The CM appealed to the fee’s members to advise cultivators about applicable scientific strategies for rising productiveness, profitability, stability and sustainability of farming practices.
He advocated utilizing high-yielding seeds to develop agricultural produce.
The fee also needs to look into areas reminiscent of coverage change wanted to make sure efficient implementation of methods and execute convergence with associated departments, he stated.
Contemplating local weather change and its results on agriculture, Sarma sought the recommendation of the members to cope with recurring floods, drought and different such occasions.
Agriculture Minister Atul Bora, Assam Agriculture Fee Chairman HS Gupta, Further Chief Secretary (Agriculture) Asish Bhutani, Principal Secretary to the chief minister Samir Kumar Sinha and different senior officers have been current on the assembly.
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