Start this business by investing ₹ 1 lakh, earning up to Rs 8 lakh every month, the government will help

 Are you tired of your boring job? And if you are thinking of starting your own business then you have a great opportunity. Yes…if you want to start your business to earn more money. So, today we are telling you about a wonderful business. Where you can earn big money by spending less money. The best idea for this is – Cucumber cultivation. This will give you a chance to earn more money in less time.

Earn lakhs of rupees by starting cucumber cultivation

Explain that the time cycle of this crop is completed in 60 to 80 days. By the way, cucumber is grown in the summer season. But in the rainy season, the crop of cucumber is more. Cucumber can be cultivated in all types of soil. pH of the land for cultivation of cucumber. 5.5 to 6.8 is considered good. Cucumber can also be cultivated on the banks of rivers and ponds. So let's know how to do business of cultivation of cucumber?

Start business by taking subsidy from the government

Durgaprasad, a farmer from UP who is earning in lakhs by cultivating cucumber. They say that to earn profit in farming, they have sown cucumbers in their fields and have earned 8 lakh rupees in just 4 months. He had sown cucumbers of Netherlands in his fields. According to Durgaprasad, this species is the first farmer to sow cucumber seeds from the Netherlands.

The special thing in this is that there are no seeds in the cucumbers of this species. Due to which the demand for cucumbers remains high in big hotels and restaurants. Durgaprasad tells that he had built a sednet house in the farm itself by taking a subsidy of Rs 18 lakh from the Horticulture Department. Even after taking subsidy, I had to spend Rs 6 lakh on my own. Apart from this, he got seeds worth 72 thousand rupees from Netherlands. After 4 months of sowing the seeds, he sold cucumbers worth Rs 8 lakh.

Why is this business in demand?

The specialty of this cucumber is that its price is up to two times as compared to the common cucumber. While indigenous cucumber is being sold at Rs 20 per kg, this cucumber from Netherlands is being sold at Rs 40 to 45 per kg. However, there is a demand for all types of kheer throughout the year. You can use social media for marketing.