1 Lakh Per KG Selling Vegetable cultivation in Bihar, IAS officer said may Revolutionize

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There is inflation. But, how expensive must you have eaten vegetables? Do you know that there is also a vegetable, which costs around 1 lakh rupees a kg? And, this vegetable also grows in Bihar.

The name of the vegetable is Hop Shoots. This vegetable is basically used as a flavouring agent in beer. At some places, it is also being used as a vegetable in herbal medicine.

It is also believed that the acids found in vegetables play an effective role in killing cancer cells in the body. In such a situation, this vegetable is the most expensive in the world. Now, Amresh Singh of Aurangabad, Bihar is cultivating this vegetable. The middle of the hop shoots is called the hop cones.

IAS Supriya Sahu took a tweet about this. In this, he wrote, Amresh Singh is cultivating the world’s most expensive vegetable in Aurangabad, Bihar. It is the first of its kind cultivated in India. This can prove to be a game-changer for Indian farmers.

In truth, this type of farming can bring a revolution.

There is inflation. But, how expensive must you have eaten vegetables? Do you know that there is also a vegetable, which costs around 1 lakh rupees a kg? And, this vegetable also grows in Bihar.

The name of the vegetable is Hop Shoots. This vegetable is basically used as a flavouring agent in beer. At some places, it is also being used as a vegetable in herbal medicine.

It is also believed that the acids found in vegetables play an effective role in killing cancer cells in the body. In such a situation, this vegetable is the most expensive in the world. Now, Amresh Singh of Aurangabad, Bihar is cultivating this vegetable. The middle of the hop shoots is called the hop cones.

IAS Supriya Sahu took a tweet about this. In this, he wrote, Amresh Singh is cultivating the world’s most expensive vegetable in Aurangabad, Bihar. It is the first of its kind cultivated in India. This can prove to be a game-changer for Indian farmers.

In truth, this type of farming can bring a revolution.

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Mirza Shehnaz
Mirza Shehnaz
Shehnaz Ali Siddiqui is a Corporate Communications Expert by profession and writer by Passion. She has experience of many years in the same. Her educational background in Mass communication has given her a broad base from which to approach many topics. She enjoys writing around Public relations, Corporate communications, travel, entrepreneurship, insurance, and finance among others.
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