Bagalakote: “It should be remembered that if the farmer does not work hard, we will not have good air to breathe, we will not have the opportunity to rest peacefully, we should inculcate the awareness of agriculture in the minds of the children right from the student days, said a young Farmer Siddu Kallennavara.
He was speaking after receiving the award at the Sri Sangama Yuva Krishi Ratna Awards for the year 2022 – 23, organised by Triveni Institute of Education at Sri Sangamanatha Kannada Medium School premises in Mudhol Of the District. “Agriculture can be difficult. However, one day it will assume significance. He said that when the farmers get a fair price, the youth will come towards agriculture on a sea footing,” he said.
Eeranna Boraddi, an award-winning farmer from Uttura Village said, “When we wanted to get an education and achieve excellence in agriculture, it was the people who dragged our feet and when we faced such a society, mother Earth did not abandon us and we were able to earn up to Rs. 10 lakh per acre in a year, he added.