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Friday, June 11, 2021

Navsari's 'Sonpari', sweet in taste like gold in color and will not spoil for a long time

 

Navsari's 'Sonpari', sweet in taste ... like gold in color and will not spoil for a long time


The Krishi University in Navsari is doing a blessed job for the farmers by conducting agricultural research at national and international level. The university also provides guidance on how to market any agricultural product, including researching and developing a modern variety, including saffron mangoes, which are also in high demand.


Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals

A mango variety primarily modified at Parya Farm, Valsad about 20 years ago, which benefits farmers and does not spoil even in the face of heavy rains, winds and storms. Fruit flies are usually produced if any of the fruits rot, but no fruit flies are found in this crop. Surprisingly, the farmers rejected the mango for the first time, saying that it could be a native mango because of its shape and weight, but when it was ripe, it turned golden. After tasting it, the demand for mango with its wonderful sweetness has suddenly increased.


There is a sweetness in it that makes even saffron fade

Farmers in South Gujarat mostly prefer to cultivate saffron mango as its market is high and good prices are available, as well as its demand is high all the time. It has a sweetness that makes even saffron fade.

Mangoes do not spoil for several days even after ripening

This time it was the turn of most of the farmers to wash their hands of the mango crop due to the storm, but the specialty of Sonpari is that it does not fall without spoiling even in any adverse situation. So the farmers have seen many benefits in taking this crop, along with this mango does not spoil for many days even after ripening.


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This mango, which has the same shape as the native mango, is especially praised for its properties

Dr. C.K., Senior Scientist, Agricultural University. According to Timbdia, when it comes to naming these mangoes, the mangoes take on a gold-like color after ripening. Research is currently underway at Navsari Agricultural University. Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals. People come to Navsari to buy it remotely and wish Carrie health in any case by ordering in advance. This mango, which has the same shape as the native mango, has been especially praised for its properties.


This mango has double the price of saffron

According to Dharmishtha Patel, a progressive woman farmer living in Bodali village of Jalalpore taluka, the variety of Sonpari planted in 2013 is giving us a good advantage today. Dharmishthabahen earned about 100 kg of Sonpari mango this year, in which she sold it on her own farm. It didn't even need to be marketed, people had already come to the farm to buy Sonpari. The mango, which sells for around Rs 3,000 to Rs 3,500, has double the price of saffron and customers have also placed orders for next year.

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