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Farmers To Get High Yield From This Newly Launched Bajra Hybrid “Sunmax”

A new Bajra hybrid called "Sunmax" was launched by Nuziveedu Seeds Limited Company via a digital platform wherein over 5000 farmers participated!

Shivani Meena
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Bajra Crop

Nuziveedu Seeds Limited Company launched a new Bajra hybrid called "Sunmax" via a digital platform wherein over 5000 farmers participated! 

The program was streamed live on social media platforms such as YouTube and Facebook. 

In their address to the farmers, Nuziveedu Seeds Limited Company executives underlined the benefits of Hybrid Bajra "Sunmax"! 

He stated that the new hybrid Bajra "Sunmax" grows in 80 to 85 days and stays green till maturity. This variety is suitable for sowing in the summer season, as it does not fall, and the plant length of this variety is 7 to 8 feet. In addition, the Bajra seeds are solid, with more grains. 

This new hybrid variety of Bajra Sunmax will help farmers more since it produces more fodder with a higher yield, and the grain is tastier and much more marketable owing to its high quality. 

Nuziveedu Seeds Limited Company executives urged farmers to use modern scientific farming and provided timely information on disease and pest management, as well as fertilizer management. 

In conclusion, Nuziveedu Seeds Limited Company's hybrid Bajra "Sunmax" will provide farmers with increased feed and produce throughout the summer season. 

Visit us at http://www.nuziveeduseeds.com/ for more details. 

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Millet has a high nutritional value and many health benefits. In terms of proteins, minerals, and vitamins, millet is three to five times more nutritious than rice and wheat. Millets are high in B vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and zinc, and they are gluten-free, making them acceptable for persons who are allergic to wheat. Weight reduction millets are also beneficial for diabetics. Millets are mostly grown in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, and Andhra Pradesh in India. Tamil Nadu (Tamil Nadu) Rajasthan, Maharashtra, and Gujarat.

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