Automatic start of the weather station – Automatic weather station started, many farmers will benefit from it

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Baghpat. An automatic weather station with special technology has started at Krishi Vigyan Kendra in Khekra. It was set up by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). When the weather station starts, an accurate forecast of the weather for the next five to six days will be available. Many farmers in the district will benefit from this and they can make their preparations.
The central government has devised a plan to protect farmers from the wrath of the weather. In many states, farmers do not receive accurate information about the weather in a timely manner. As a result, their crops or livestock suffers severe damage. Often times, when the farmer receives the information from the Meteorological Department, his harvest is ruined. For this purpose, the Ministry of Geosciences in Krishi Vigyan Kendras is setting up automated weather stations from 200 districts. As part of this plan, these centers were established in Bulandshahr and Baghpat in western Uttar Pradesh.
Farmers can use information
Dr. Gajendra Pal, responsible for Krishi Vigyan Kendra, said that this weather station largely saves crops from the effects of the weather. This center will prove very beneficial to the farmer. The scientist Dr. Sandeep Choudhary said that farmers in the area where they are cultivating or keeping animals, what the weather will be for the next five days, will receive this information in a timely manner. This allows them to change their agricultural work. Be it to store fodder or to protect the harvest prepared in the field from heavy rainfall. The Ankita Negi center meteorologist said weather information will be sent to farmers via SMS through the Kisan portal, print and electronic media, and cell phones. The center was founded under the direction of Ajay Singh Rathi, an engineer from Delhi. Brajmohan and Ravi Shankar from the Meerut Meteorological Office were present.

Baghpat. An automatic weather station with special technology has started at Krishi Vigyan Kendra in Khekra. It was set up by the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). When the weather station starts, an accurate weather forecast for the next five to six days will be available. Many farmers in the district will benefit from this and they can make their preparations.

The central government has devised a plan to protect farmers from the wrath of the weather. In many states, farmers do not receive accurate information about the weather in a timely manner. As a result, their crops or livestock suffers severe damage. Often times, when the farmer receives the information from the Meteorological Department, his harvest is ruined. To this end, the Ministry of Geosciences in Krishi Vigyan Kendras is setting up automated weather stations in two hundred districts. As part of this plan, these centers were established in Bulandshahr and Baghpat in western Uttar Pradesh.

Farmers can use information

Dr. Gajendra Pal, responsible for Krishi Vigyan Kendra, said that this weather station largely saves crops from the effects of the weather. This center will prove very beneficial to the farmer. The scientist Dr. Sandeep Choudhary said that farmers in the area where they are cultivating or keeping animals, what the weather will be for the next five days, will receive this information in a timely manner. This allows them to change their agricultural work. Be it to store fodder or to protect the harvest prepared in the field from heavy rainfall. The Ankita Negi center meteorologist said weather information will be sent to farmers via SMS through the Kisan portal, print and electronic media, and cell phones. The center was founded under the direction of Ajay Singh Rathi, an engineer from Delhi. Brajmohan and Ravi Shankar from the Meerut Meteorological Office were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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