Integrated farming is the growing sector in India. In this zero waste system of farming is followed which ensures maximum profits at your investments. Amroha could be the best destination for integration in which goats, aquaculture farming, horticulture crops and solar energy plants will be installed in a piece of land and recycle the nutrients in efficient manner. This system lures the farmers as well as big investors. At present Haryana and Punjab are pioneers in adopting this technology. However, investments are bit heavy like 1 control environment polyhouse costs aroud 50 to 60 lakhs in which government is giving up to 70% subsidy.
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