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Monday, February 18, 2019

Two days fruit,vegetables, and flowers' 50th exhibition ended in Lucknow

By on Monday, February 18, 2019

Kshitiz Kant; Lucknow
The two days State Fruit, Vegetables and Flower exhibition 2019 ended after the awards distributing ceremony held at Governor House on Sunday this week.
Mr Ram Naik, Governor Uttar Pradesh, expressed his thanks to the participants and the guests arrived on this occasion and said that this exhibition is organized every year for the purpose of showing the diversity of horticulture crops at one place to the common.
The peace, beauty and harmony of flowers in Indian Culture have always been recognized and it has an important place in our religious, cultural and other ways of routine life.
He added that the horticulture has an important role in agricultural sector and these crops are transforming into commercial way because of giving the maximum income, employment and nutrition from per capita sector.
Mr. Sudheer Garg, Principal Secretary Horticulture and Food Processing, in his welcome speech to the governor, has said that the main reason to organize this exhibition is to apprise the common people with the development, new varieties and its technicalities of production in the field of Horticulture, and  to achieve the ecstasy amid the precious boon of nature in the shape of flowers seeing the extreme busyness of the city life.

Special Secretary Food processing, Mrs. Sandeep Kour, paid her thanks and gratitude to the Governor and the guests who arrived in the exhibition and told that the winners in this competitive exhibition achieved 108 Chal Vaijanti and cups including cash award.
Dr. Raghuvendra Pratap Singh,  Director, Food and Processing Department UP apprised that fruit, vegetables and flowers are the integral part of our daily life.
Gratuity of our nutritive need, religious and on the other occasions all these are going to be important in the present environment.
The flower production in the protected farming is now establishing in the commercial entrepreneur.
Director added the every effort has been done to organize this exhibition in the attractive and sanguine way. It is confirm that the people seeing this exhibition have been awakened with an impetus for the flowers, vegetables and fruit production.
 He said 1512 participants in this organized exhibition took part and shown 5407, which is the 40% more than the last year participants.
The Governer House was the top winner in this competition. Mr. Ajay Kumar Singh from Santosh Garh, Mirzapur, was the winner of specific fruit,"Dragon fruit." Mr. Apporva Rai, from HAL Lucknow, got the award for his excellent exhibit “ Rose”.
The school children, Prashant Singh, Nishant Patel, Rishmit Kour, Anvi Kesharwani, Redia Tripathi, all were announced excellent in Artful Flower Arrangements exhibit. Jan Sikshan Sansthan Lucknow got the award for the texture prepared by flowers. Abhay Krishna lieutenant General, Lucknow, has been declared winner of the shanties (Grah Vatika) and many others were the winner of their performances in this competition.