PURI , Orissa | Vegetable cultivation
Sanjukta Sethi, aged 45 years, is engaged in vegetable cultivation for the past 6 years. She has her own land and contributes 4 hours a day in this work. Her work involves purchasing of seeds of various vegetables, pesticides and fertilizers from the nearest wholesale market, cultivates vegetables in her own land and sells grown vegetables at the local market to earn income for her life. So, she requires a loan of Rs. 6000/- and get better yield from her land as competition is there in this business. It is her primary business, she can succeed in it if she gets loan. She is married and has 2 sons. Her husband helps her to do this work. read more
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