About Pearl Farming
Form the ancient times, pearls have a place of the queen of gems due to its attraction, pearls or 'Mukta' is a hard substance that is produced by the soft tissues. Chemically, the pearl is a micro-critical form of calcium carbonate, which is formed by laying the layers layer above the nucleus by the organisms. Ideal pearls are believed to be round and smooth, but other kinds of pearls are also found. Good quality natural pearls have been very valuable since ancient times. They have been used in the form of gems or in the form of beauty treatments.
The construction process of the pearl is called a zombie named oyster, which is called mollusk, which builds its house by a smooth fluid from its body. The oyster is one type of snail species. In it, he is also protected from his enemies. There are thousands of varieties of snails and their shells are also of different colours like pink, red, and yellow, orange, brown and some other colours and they are also very attractive.
The variety of Pearl Farming Traning beads is called bivalvaj, from which also the oyster makes the most pearls. Making pearls is also a fun process. Occasionally when snails open their shells for the purpose of air, water, and food, some extraneous matter such as sand particle insects and spades enter the open mouth. The snail starts placing layers on that exotic material with the smooth fluid emitting from its skin. Demand for pearls is increasing in many countries including India, but their production is decreasing due to tapping and pollution. To meet its domestic demand, India imports a lot of pearls every year from the international market.
Oysters are present in rivers, waterfalls, and ponds in our country. Apart from these fish, our unemployed youth and farmers can now earn good profits by adopting pearls.
Oysters’ surgery can be done throughout the year (except for the month of June of June). To start Pearl farming, the farmer has to first collect the oysters from the pond, river etc. After this, after a small operation in each oyster, it is inserted round, half round or designer like beads such as Ganesha, Buddha, flower shape etc. The oyster is then closed. The substance coming from inside starts to form around the nucleus which eventually takes the form of a pearl. After about 8-9 months the pearl is removed from the oyster. Our goal is to bring India into the leading export countries of the world in the field of pearl export, as you all know that China is the world's largest exporter of pearls, but all of you also know that this country doesn't provide the quality of the products, the same applies to pearls. In today's time, India's market has been contaminated with counterfeit and fake pearls in such a way that purchasing natural pearls has become a challenge for everyone when people buy pearls, they cannot guarantee that they are buying pearls That hundred percent is real and natural. To achieve our goal, our team is working continuously on this subject, to make India self-reliant on export and consumption of Pearl Farming, so that the farmers and students can get financially sound financial.