In Agartala Tripura, the government is going to launch a Mini Rubber mission as the rubber industry is facing difficulty in producing good quality rubber because of low production in the land of rubber. It is done with an ambition to put more focus on value addition and incentives processing addressed by the top Industry and commerce department.
The actual objective of the project is to increase the quality of rubber and the growth of the industry. With the help of this scheme, it will be easy for the industries to set up rubber industries, and an increase in the production of gloves, syringes, and other related products will be encouraged.
The commitment of investing 1,100 crores of rupees in the northeast region is done by the Automotive Tyre Manufactures Association (ATMA).
Unskilled tapers, quality of planting material unskilled taper, and aged plantation are blamed by the Rubber Board of India (RBI) for low productivity of rubber in Tripura and the government has suggested fast plantation at the run rubber estates. The Rubber Board of India (RBI) has already been drafted and it will soon be made public.
Tripura has ranked at the second number inters of the production of rubber all over the country there is a large investment expectation by the state.
Poor quality of rubber production has been a big concern for the state and has kept the investment on hold.
Rubber produced over 86,892 hectares of land all over the state. The total of 90,712 per annum in Tripura. Now under the Chief Minister’s Rubber Mission, 30,000 more hectares of land have been brought under the rubber plantation.
More than 600 people are being trained in scientific methods of the skills department, and in the days to come, they will impart training to field workers. To get more rubber production in the coming years.