7th May, 2021
The gardeners of Jammu are ready to smear Ram Lala's garden in Ayodhya with apples. It is awaited that Harman, who produces sweet apples after bearing the heat of the temperature in 46 degrees, came to call from Ayodhya to plant 99 summer apple plants.
Hundreds of canals of Jammu, the apple-grown plants present on the ground, witness that now this fruit is no longer confined only to the cold litigants. The peasants were so excited that they dreamed of putting this tree in the garden of Sri Rama's grand temple in Ayodhya. The symbol of the faith of crores of Hindus, in the garden of Shri Ram temple, the path of the summer apple was given to give us a chance to be a part of the virtue. Ram devotees visiting this magnificent temple from the country and abroad will also see the glory of the apple orchard bearing fruit in 46 degrees temperature. Surgeon Specialist Dr. KC Sharma, who dreams of seeing apple trees in every house, has written to the Chairman of Shri Ram Mandir Foundation Foundation Committee.
This letter written a few days ago has not been answered yet. The farmers are very hopeful that they will get a chance to visit Ayodhya soon. Dr. Casey Sharma says that all the expenses of planting an apple orchard will be ours. The plant will become fruitable in thirteen months. We had also written to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath about this, in six hours the reply came, that we will give full support.
In collaboration with Dr. Casey Sharma, some farmers in Jammu division planted apple in their fields. Some religious institutions also allowed to plant gardens on their land. Over a few years, the trees started to thrive and Dr. Casey Sharma has also made them efficient in preparing new trees from cuttings. Now these new trees will give a unique identity in the country of Jammu. Taking this mission forward, now the environmentalist of Jammu and retired Major General of Army, Govardhan Singh Jamwal has set a target to improve the economic status of the farmers by planting summer apple saplings in the Shivalik hills of Jammu division.
Harman 99 apple variety has been developed by Hariman Sharma of Himachal Pradesh. Dr. Casey Sharma has also contributed to this. Now he is on the way to give unique recognition to this apple. He says that we have planted more than one lakh Harman Apple in Jammu division so far, the plants are currently laden with apples. My courage grows when people send me photos of the bloated plant. Every district in Jammu division has these apple orchards.
Dr. Casey Sharma says that due to lack of blood in our country, many deaths occur, in such a case that if there is a Harman Apple tree in every house, then oxygen will be available along with iron. With this, this apple will also bring economic progress in rural areas. Many retired IAS, IPS are also involved in this campaign, among them KB Jandiyal and SS Wazir of Jammu.
Shivalik hills will be made greener by summer apple: General Jamwal
Govardhan Singh Jamwal, retired Major General of the Army and head of the Jammu Kashmir Exercise League, says that the ex-servicemen are currently on their way to make the Shivalik hills in the Jammu region greener than the Hermann Apple. The goal of planting one million summer apples, peaches, potatoes is in the Shivalik hills extending from the Tavi River to Rajouri. It started by distributing two thousand Harman apples among the farmers. It will be possible to plant a garden with water conservation.
My apple orchard is full of fruits: Virendra Singh
Apples are growing in the garden of Virendra Singh of Ranjan village of Kandi area of Akhnoor in Jammu district. Virendra Singh says that about five years ago, thirty trees of summer apple were planted. Apples on these plants will be ready by the end of May. People come to see these plants. He informed that apart from planting saplings, a nursery has also been set up to prepare these saplings. I have fifty thousand plants ready. Many of these plants will go to Ayodhya. It is my best effort that farmers in more and more villages have planted these seba orchards.