Future Strategy of Crop diversification
1. Kharif season: The maize based or cotton based crop production.
2. Robi season: The jute based or wheat based crop production.
3. Sugarcane land can be brought under intercropping totally.
4. As a relay crop khesari/ lentil/ grasspea is included in T. amon field.
5. Short duration and leafy vegetables such as red amaranth, batishak, chinshak etc grown.
6. Different varieties of vegetable crop should be grown in banana, papaya field as inter crop.
7. The high land area requiring vegetable crop, e.g. cauliflower, cabbage, tomato etc.
8. Introduce HYV of different crops among farmers for increasing yield per unit of land.
9. Developed HYV through research.
10.Introduce expensive extension among farmers to develop their situation.
11.Develop suitable technology Integrated pest management, organic farming etc.
12.Increasing profitable production of minor crops (e.g. pulse) along with major crops.
13.Improvement of suitable technologies on dry, wet and rain fed areas.
14.Improvement of soil fertility through proper soil management.
15.Formulation of Integrated land use policy.
16.Development and dissemination of appropriate transport, storage, marketing etc facilities.
As present there is 84.4 lake hectare of land is under cultivation and total cropped land about 128.4 lake hectare, i.e. 93% of total land.
So, we should grow minimum 3 crops in a year in all high land and medium high land and 2 crops in a year in medium low land. There by, we will get a glorious future by accepting the inter crop technology.