Bengaluru: Millets and Organics International Trade Fair-2024 inaugurated in grand fashion

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05-01-2024

    Siddaramaiah inaugurated the three-day millet mela

    There will be nearly 300 stalls

    “Karnataka: Cultivating Diversity, Harvesting Prosperity” would be the theme of the exhibition

The three-day millet mela in Palace Grounds was inaugurated by Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah on January 5th at 11 AM. The Millets and Organics International Trade Fair-2024 is being organised by the Karnataka Government. Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare of India Shobha Karandlaje was also present on the occasion.

Various other states such as Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Meghalaya and Manipur participated in the event . There was also a representative from Japan. “The three-day fair will give an opportunity to people to learn about organic millet farming. Farmers’ workshops will be in Kannada, and state agriculture and horticulture university scientists will speak to them about the latest developments, best practices, and technology in organics, millets and natural farming sectors. Along with this, they will get to know how to add value to the millets they grow. There will be nearly 300 stalls at the trade fair and we are expecting over 2 lakh people to attend this year” Agriculture Minister N Cheluvarayaswamy said in an interaction with the media on January 2nd. He also spoke about an increase in the  monterey stimulus of Rs 10,000 which is being provided to farmers.

“Karnataka: Cultivating Diversity, Harvesting Prosperity” would be the theme of the exhibition of millets. This would provide a platform wherein wholesale buyers can establish direct contact with the producers opening up new avenues for trade. Various government agencies at the state and central levels will participate in the program. 

Bengaluru: Millets and Organics International Trade Fair-2024 inaugurated in grand fashion

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    Siddaramaiah inaugurated the three-day millet mela

    There will be nearly 300 stalls

    “Karnataka: Cultivating Diversity, Harvesting Prosperity” would be the theme of the exhibition

The three-day millet mela in Palace Grounds was inaugurated by Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah on January 5th at 11 AM. The Millets and Organics International Trade Fair-2024 is being organised by the Karnataka Government. Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare of India Shobha Karandlaje was also present on the occasion.

Various other states such as Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Meghalaya and Manipur participated in the event . There was also a representative from Japan. “The three-day fair will give an opportunity to people to learn about organic millet farming. Farmers’ workshops will be in Kannada, and state agriculture and horticulture university scientists will speak to them about the latest developments, best practices, and technology in organics, millets and natural farming sectors. Along with this, they will get to know how to add value to the millets they grow. There will be nearly 300 stalls at the trade fair and we are expecting over 2 lakh people to attend this year” Agriculture Minister N Cheluvarayaswamy said in an interaction with the media on January 2nd. He also spoke about an increase in the  monterey stimulus of Rs 10,000 which is being provided to farmers.

“Karnataka: Cultivating Diversity, Harvesting Prosperity” would be the theme of the exhibition of millets. This would provide a platform wherein wholesale buyers can establish direct contact with the producers opening up new avenues for trade. Various government agencies at the state and central levels will participate in the program. 

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