MP Farmers News: Big facilities are being made available to the farmers by the state government. Under this, farmers will be able to sell their crops. Presently it has been implemented in some mandis as a pilot project. After the system is successful, it will be implemented on a large scale in the entire state. However, to adopt this facility, it will be mandatory for the farmers to install the MP Farm Gate App.
With the implementation of the new system of selling produce online, many farmers have so far sold their produce worth two and a quarter crores from the farm and barn itself. For this, first of all install the MP Farm Gate app, after that the farmers enter their registration.
This is how the process will be completed
At the time of selling the crop, enter the information about the quantity of market crop and the price decided by the farmer to sell his produce in this app. Along with sharing this information by the farmers, all this information will be made available on the registration portal and the registered traders of the mandis will also be able to see its complete information.
The trader will fix his prices between the yield and the price of the crop. If the farmer is satisfied with the price recorded by the trader, then consent will be given through the app itself. After which the traders will be able to complete the work of weighing the produce after reaching the designated place.
Payment will be like this
However, it has been implemented in select mandis. In this case, Mandi Secretary Bagvaiya says that after weighing the yield, the payment letter will be issued for the online deal letter and the amount will be paid in cash and bank account as per the rules.
benefit from the system
With this facility, the farmers will be saved from the hassle of going to the mandi, rent and other problems. On the other hand, sale and purchase deals of farmers will also be registered online.
To inform the farmers about the new arrangements made by the government, a workshop will be organized in the Mandi’s office at 12.30 pm today. In which farmers will be given information about the technique of selling their crops online. Farmers can get information about this facility by joining this workshop.