Stories By 'Nanu Jha'
As Nepal has increasingly been exporting tea, it must strive to develop it as a brand
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Dairy farming practice has been growing as a family business in the rural areas of Nepal for centuries. When there were no dairy enterprises, demand of milk was fulfilled by raising cows/buffalos by majority of the farming families themselves or by direct supplying milk to consumers from producers.
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Better output

NANU JHA, May 20 2018

Food is one of the necessities for human survival, and agriculture is the medium by which we fulfil this need. A sustainable increase in food production is necessary to meet the demands of an ever increasing population. But ensuring seed and fertiliser supply is the prerequisite for a high crop yield. An increase in farm output can lessen inflation, stabilise the economy and prepare the way for a higher rate of development. Hence, every effort should be made to ensure it in the country.
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Fish as food

Nanu Jha, Jun 11 2017

Aquaculture is the rearing of fish in water under controlled conditions. It can be done in fresh water (inland water), brackish water and marine water (sea).
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Unbalanced fertiliser use, inappropriate crop varieties and delays in sowing are the most important controllable factors reducing fertiliser efficiency.
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We need to fortify the soil if we want to maintain fertility and increase agricultural yield. Most chemical fertilisers contain three basic plant nutrients—nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.
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