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PAU The students of Horticulture, Agriculture and Forestry College organized a special awareness camp in Mohi village of Ludhiana district under Rave programme Apart from students, farmers also participated in the awareness rally The objective of the program was to provide information on the management of crop residues apart from the collective management of agriculture.

Dr. in charge of Rawe Ashok Kumar Dhakar talked about the importance of agroforestry in agricultural diversification He said that trees like neem are beneficial as well as purifying the environment He said that PAU The extension structure is associated with taking useful information to the rural people

Dr. Dilpreet Talwar gave information about vegetable cultivation He inspired the farmers to grow especially winter vegetables

Agriculture Dr. Amil Kaul shared the advanced techniques of wheat cultivation by saving paddy straw Along with this, he called stubble conservation as a beneficial method for improving soil health

Dr. Neerja Rani gave information about the combined farming system and talked about the joint form of animal husbandry, poultry husbandry and fish husbandry Apart from this, he explained ways to improve soil health by using manure and straw

Dr. Simrat Singh talked to the farmers about flower cultivation PAU Former professor Dr. Narendrapal Kaur made the farmers aware about medicinal plants like amla etc BSC students Kumari Karamveer Kaur and Kumari Asmi Brar also addressed Finally, Dr. Manveen Kaur Bath thanked everyone Sarpanch of the village and progressive farmers were involved on this occasion.

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