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Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas

by Association For Women's Awareness and Rural Development
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Vegetable farming for poor women of 10 rural areas
Aug 30, 2016

4th Report on Women Vegetable Club

Corriander
Corriander

As mentioned in the previous reports, the amount of PKR 60,000 was given to the 5 women to promote the vegetable faming among women of the rural areas (Pilot). After doing some initial work, the group of women has already got the land on the contract and has sowed the vegetable seeds. So far the initial steps have been taken to save the vegetables from insects and pesticides. The initial spray has been done and the fertilizer has been given to the land to get the most out of it. The water distribution from the Canal Department in the village is quite satisfactory therefore it is not difficult for the beneficiaries to struggle for water for the vegetables as it is in some other parts of the province. The vegetables will be ready in 3 -5 months and therefore the result will be mentioned in the next report.But In some parts of the land the corriander vegetable has started to grow as it takes less time to grow than other main vegetables. The vegetables sown will be according to the season. The main vegetables to be sown in the club are corriander, garlic, potatoes, turnips and cabbage. depending on the season these vegetables. These vegetables give good profit when sold.

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Association For Women's Awareness and Rural Development

Location: Faisalabad - Pakistan
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Azeem Christopher
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Faisalabad, Pakistan
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