Haven’t burnt crop stubble for 16 years: Barnala farmer

Haven’t burnt crop stubble for 16 years: Barnala farmer

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Tribune News Service

Barnala, October 3

Jagseer Singh, a farmer from Rureke Kalan village, has set an example for others by not burning the stubble of his crops for the past 16 years. Also, he has been takin agriculture-related activities and earning a handsome income.

“Apart from paddy and wheat, I have also been sowing pulses and maize. I am also involved in dairy farming, beekeeping and allied work. I have not burnt the stubble of my crops for the past 16 years and have been sending the crop residue to a gaushala,” said Jagseer.

Praising Jagseer, Barnala Chief Agriculture officer Baldev singh assured full support to all farmers

who wanted to take initiatives for not burning stubble in their fields.

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