Hop shoots

Vegetable expensive than gold.  It is being cultivated in Bihar.  Where will it sell?  Who would buy?  Who eats?  There are millions of such questions.  But the truth is that vegetable selling in Bihar is being sold for 82 thousand rupees.

82 thousand kg kg vegetable cultivation is being done in Bihar


Amresh Kumar Singh of Aurangabad has done farming in 5 katthas

Used in beer and medicine making Hop Shoots

Aurangabad

There is poverty in Bihar.  There is an escape.  Unemployment.  Is a crime.  It is politics.  There is a flood.  It is dry.  It is winter, summer, rainy.  But there is also a vegetable selling 82 thousand rupees kg.  It is also being cultivated.  It also has buyers.  It is said to be the most expensive vegetable in the world.  You are going to tell about this vegetable, whose price you will be shocked.  A farmer in Aurangabad is cultivating the world's most expensive vegetable.  People around them do not understand what he has cultivated.  Where will they sell it?  Who will buy its vegetable?  How will it be cooked?  After all, who would eat such an expensive vegetable?

Hop Shoots are not available in the vegetable market.  It is used in making antibiotics.  A drug made from Hop Shoots proves effective in the treatment of TB.  Its flowers are used to make beer.  Its flowers are called hop cones.  The rest of the twigs are used in food.  It also creates ethos, which is quite expensive.

It is cultivated a lot in European countries.  People like it a lot in Britain and Germany.  The spring season is considered to be very suitable for the cultivation of Hop Shoots.  The Government of India is conducting scientific research on the cultivation of this vegetable these days.  A lot of work is going on in the Varanasi-based vegetable research institute on its cultivation.  Amresh requested for its cultivation which was accepted.  If their efforts are successful, the fortunes of the rest of the farmers can be reversed.


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