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Nuziveedu Seeds offers millet farmers new ‘Bajra Hybrid Sunmax’

According to Nuziveedu Seeds, hybrid Bajra Sunmax would benefit the farmers in the summer season with more fodder and more yield
Nuziveedu Seeds offers millet farmers new ‘Bajra Hybrid Sunmax’
Nuziveedu Seeds offers millet farmers new ‘Bajra Hybrid Sunmax’

Nuziveedu Seeds released a new Bajra hybrid ‘Sunmax’ through a digital platform in which more than 5000 farmers participated online.

Addressing the farmers during the launch on Thursday, a senior official of Nuziveedu Seeds highlighted the features of Hybrid Bajra ‘Sunmax’.

He told that the new hybrid Bajra ‘Sunmax’ matures in 80 to 85 days and it remains green till ripening this variety is best for planting in the summer season, it does not even fall, the length of the plant of this variety is seven to eight feet. And these Bajra seeds are solid and the grains are also more in each earhead.

According to Nuziveedu Seeds, this new hybrid variety of Bajra Sunmax would give more benefit to the farmers as this hybrid gives more fodder with good yield and due to the good quality of the grain, it is tastier in food and more marketable.

The officials of Nuziveedu Seeds encouraged the farmers to do modern scientific farming and informed them about the management of diseases and pests and fertiliser management in time.
 
In summary, Nuziveedu Seeds’ hybrid Bajra Sunmax would benefit the farmers in the summer season with more fodder and more yield, the company claimed.

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