Success Story



Success Story of Seasonal and off Seasonal Vegetable Cultivation Under Demonstration Programme of ATMA-Anjaw District, Arunachal Pradesh

Success Stories of Seasonal and off Seasonal Vegetable Cultivation Under Demonstration Programme of ATMA, Anjaw District.

Success Stories of Seasonal and off Seasonal Vegetable Cultivation Under Demonstration Programme of ATMA, Anjaw District.

Success Stories of Seasonal and off Seasonal Vegetable Cultivation Under Demonstration Programme of ATMA, Anjaw District.

Success Stories of Seasonal and off Seasonal Vegetable Cultivation Under Demonstration Programme of ATMA, Anjaw District.


Since 2011, Smt. Bagenlu Manyu of Gai Village, Walong Circle under Hawai-Walong C.D. Block, Anjaw District, started cultivating seasonal and off-season vegetable in her small kitchen garden thorugh the assistance of Rs. 4000/- per demonstration under ATMA activities. Then she expanded in a new area on roadside and continuously put her whole day labour and effort in maintenance of the garden. This way her daily income raised upto Rs. 4000/- to Rs. 5000/- and she was position to educate her son in an engineering institute at Chennai. She was also awarded cash Rs. 5000/- from ATMA prize money and also is a beneficiary of permanent vegetable garden 2016-17 under RKVY.

This way department also provided barbed wire, assistance, seeds of hybrid vegetables etc. her physical labour, effort and commitment is an itself example in the district. Smt. Bagenlu Manyu is popularly known as Kamala Unty and one will find her selling vegetable in a RKVY market shed at Hawai or in some corner of old Hawai township market. She even takes order for providing fresh organic vegetables from BRTF / Officers of Hawai and even for school teachers etc. Needs are unlimited, requirement of HYV seeds for commercial vegetable garden of Smt. Bagenlu Manyu is in repeatation and she always hopes for continuous support from the department source sometimes department also fails in continuous support since seed source are at Tinsukia and elsewhere. But however all efforts are made to keep up the belief of this lady for providing inputs.

She is still continuing her farming and selling the product at Hawai township which is carried through a bike purchased by her. Her son is in a job but still she is doing her farming.