Fish farming on 10,000 waterlogged acres

(04/20/17)

Waterlogged for years and unfit for agriculture, an area of around 10,000 acres in 35 villages of Charkhi Dadridistrict is set to get a new lease of life with the state government's decision to start fish farming there.

The agriculture ministry report revealed that over 4.5 lakh hectares land in Haryana was affected to waterlogging, leaving farmers in dire straits.


The decision use the waterlogged agriculture fields in the state was taken by........................

 


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