In the Tribes India Adi Festival organized from February 1 to February 15 under the joint aegis of the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India and the Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India, the District of Korea has made a strong presence with agricultural products. Scientists of Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Mr. Vijay Kumar and Engineer, etc. Kamlesh Kumar Singh has also been joined by two tribal farmers of Koriya district.
Raw agricultural products, horticulture, cultivation products, beekeeping, native cow milk from tribal farmers included in the Korea Agro Producers Company Limited, formed under the cooperation of the district administration and technical guidance of Krishi Vigyan Kendra, under the leadership of Collector Shri SN Rathore. After collecting the etc., pure and indigenous products have been prepared in various value addition and processing units established through Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Korea. These products include indigenous aromatic rice (jeeraful, ranikajal, lohndi, lalu) native rice- (ketki, chhindamouri, karahani, khirasar, narapati) deshi dal (arhar, gram, kulthi, moong, lentils etc.) natural honey- (karanja, wild Forest basil, mustard) Sangadh oil (Lemongrass, Satronella, Palmarosa) Lemongrass tea leaf, Handmade soap- (Lemongrass and Sindur, Lemongrass and turmeric, Palmarosa and Sindur, Palmarosa and turmeric), Agarbatti (Lemongrass and Satronella), Sweet potato flour , A-toe ghee, dried mushrooms and mushroom powder etc. products of indigenous cow. For display and sale in front of citizens from across the country at the Adi Mahotsav, organized by Indian Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Association Maryadit (Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India) in New Delhi from 1st to 15th February with quality certification by packing beautiful products. Becoming available It is noteworthy that Lemongrass and turmeric on vacant land under the MNREGA scheme’s fall land development program by the district administration to provide new techniques of farming and new means of income to tribal farmers of the district, and traditional agriculture For example, the production of crops is being encouraged.