Bangalore: Grow the nutritious food you need using the fields in your backyard, for which the government pays.
The government that is leading the Nutrition Garden campaign is going to encourage all people to grow and eat the food they need,
Growing vegetables and fruits in the villages is also an additional source of income for their households. The government pays 2,600 rupees per family. The Rural and Panchayat Raj Department has decided to bring about 6,000 families under this scheme.
The department offers seeds such as papaya, papaya, zebra, jackfruit, mango, sapota, lemon, black curry. The campaign has already started and will be completed by the end of November,
“The campaign will help to promote nutritious fruits and vegetables in the villages and also provide additional income to the family. The experiment has already been launched in Jharkhand,” said general secretary LK Atique.
Bagalkot (1,980), Belgaum (5,060), Dharwad (1,440), Haveri (2,240), Uttara Kannada (2,310), Shimoga (2,710), Bangalore Rural (1,050), Ramanagara (1,270), Kolar (1,560), Bangalore City ( 960), Tumkur (3,310), Bellary (2,370), Kalburgi (2,640), Dakshina Kannada (2,300), Hassan (2,670),
The campaign will benefit the families of Kodagu (1,040), Mandya (2,340) and Mysore (2,660).