Traditional farming is the main source of livelihood of the farmer, but if farmers do commercial farming at the same time, then they can generate additional income from it. In which these days pearl farming (Pearl Farming) has increased tremendously. Yes… you heard it right… Behind the brilliance of this symbol of beauty is the hard work of the farmers these days.Farmer)’s luck is also shining. Governments in view of pearl farming engaged in promoting. In this list of states, the Government of Rajasthan (Rajasthan Government) is also included. For example, the Rajasthan government is giving financial assistance of Rs 12.5 lakh to the farmers cultivating pearls. Let us know what is pearl cultivation and how it can be done. At the same time, we also know that how farmers can take advantage of the financial help given by the Government of Rajasthan.
Farmers can produce cultured pearls by making ponds
Before knowing how pearls can be cultivated, it is important to know what a pearl is. Actually pearl is a natural gem, which is made inside the oyster house of snails. There is a story behind its making. In fact, when the snail takes its mouth out of the oyster to eat, some parasites also stick with its mouth, which reach inside the oyster along with it. To get rid of them, the snail starts making a protective shield, which later becomes a pearl.
Farmers can produce pearls by this process artificially. For this, farmers have to make a pond and put oysters in it. These oysters can be bought from the market. Cultured pearls can be produced in this. Basically there are three types of pearls. Including natural, artificial and cultured pearls. Cultured pearls are those that have been cultivated and prepared.
Rajasthan government is giving up to 50 percent subsidy for pearl cultivation
The Rajasthan government is giving a subsidy of up to 50 percent for the cultivation of pearls within the state. Under which farmers cultivating pearls within the state can get a maximum of Rs 12.50 lakh as subsidy. According to the information received from the Government of Rajasthan, water is needed year-round for the cultivation of pearls. In such a situation, there is a lot of potential in the Kota division for the cultivation of pearls. The cost of cultivation of pearls is Rs 25 lakh per hectare, in which 50 percent subsidy can be obtained.
can apply like this
If the farmers of Rajasthan want to get subsidy for the cultivation of pearls, then they have to first apply for that. Under which farmers can apply on the Raj Kisan Saathi portal prepared by the Government of Rajasthan. This portal is based on single window system. Where all kinds of facilities are available in one place.