Government of Jammu and Kashmir doing new interventions of training and technology to give a boost to silk production.
Recently the government said that it endeavors to boost silk production by arming farmers with training, technology.
The Jammu and Kashmir government is working under a multi pronged strategy towards revival and holistic development of the Sericulture sector in the Union Territory.
“Cocoon growers are being facilitated with requisite skill development training, latest technological interventions and related infrastructural support for transforming the sericulture industry in J&K”, maintained an official while elaborating on initiatives of the government in this regard.
The futuristic roadmap for holistic growth of agriculture and allied sectors will help in ensuring product quality and quantity besides raising global demand, added the official. He said that the J&K government was working on area expansion under mulberry plantations to increase leaf availability for rearers and enrich green wealth.
The Forest and Sericulture Departments are jointly working towards achieving J&K’s Green Mission besides creating marketing support to the cocoon growers in selling their produce in their vicinity.
Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha, maintained during a function that “Our prime objective is to make better the lives of farmers associated with this dream fabric besides ensuring uniqueness, beauty and ingenuity of J&K’s crafts dominate the global market,”.