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Subsidy being provided to increase cotton cultivation

Government has evolved a comprehensive strategy to increase cultivation of cotton by providing subsidy on fertilize and seed as this crop was playing pivotal role in strengthening national economy.  The government had decided to convince the farmers to bring maximum land. He said that the government was providing subsidy of Rs.1000 per bag of cotton seed, Rs.800 per bag on Potash fertilizer and Rs.500 per bag on DAP fertilizer so that the growers could cultivate it on maximum space. The farmers should cultivate approved varieties including CIM-496, CIM-506, CIM-554, CIM-573, MNH-786, CRSM-38, PH-167, FH-942, NIAB-852, NIAB-777, NIAB-846, SLH-317, etc. on maximum space of land.

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