Under the guidance of experienced farmers of his village, Ravindra Chaudhary, a native of Parduna village of Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh, has put his exemplary success as an example in the farming fraternity, irrigating his prosperous pomegranate orchard with drip technology for last 22 months.

He had bought about 4 acres of barren and rocky land with the help of his partners Manish Dongre and Lakhan about 4 years ago. The unproductive plot took nearly one year to be ready for cultivation. After passing the first challenge of rocky roads, Ravindra was better equipped to face other challenges as he sent the soil sample of the land to a nearby agro laboratory.

After examining the soil sample, the laboratory suggested him to go for pomegranate farming and to ensure that compost and irrigation facilities be made available there.

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