Report On Rice Plantation
Suryadatta Group Of Institute and One Day Helping Hand NGO had organized a visit to Velhe for Rice Plantation. The students Participated were SIFT, PIAT and Interior .We were around 300 students. It was the best opportunity to visit the farms. All Students were excited to meet the farmers and do the rice plantation.India, a country which faces a major water crisis, the world's large strice cultivator. We received the information from the farmers about the system of rice cultivation that is ensuring wider space between rice seedling, which leads to more growth of rice plants. Preferring compost, manure or synthesis fertilizer. They also manage water levels carefully so that the plants roots are not rotted and also to avoid floating of the plant. Our farmers prove that the system of rice intensification improve productivity because rice is the main source of directly consumed calories for about half the world's population. The climate required for the growth of rice is monsoon season and plenty of moisture available. All the students were divided into several groups of about 10 to 15 students in each group. Each group was responsible for cultivating rice in the particular farms allotted to them and also helping the farmers. The farmers were very happy with the students performance. Therefore they gave sweets to all the students. ABP MAZA was also present there to cover the whole visit. This visit is also published in various local newspapers like Sakal, Lokmat, Maharashtra Times, etc. The overall experience was very nice we would love to visit once again, To Give One Day To Help The Farmers.