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Ujhani (Badayun). Even after the water level in the Ganges has dropped, the foreland fields are filled with flooding, causing the crops to rot. The mentha harvest suffered the most. Sugar cane and chilli plants are also affected.
Starting from the Dahgwan area in the district, there is a gorge of the Ganges to the Ushait area. Thousands of Bigha’s land are in the foothills of the population of the villages on the banks of the Ganges. In the past, farmers had sold the cucurbits in addition to the poleage. But during the mentha, chilli, and sugarcane harvest, the flood took its toll on the area. It did not rain much on the plains, but the flood caused havoc when the water drained from the barrages at Ganga and Ramganga.
The mentha harvest in the fields of Nem Singh in the village of Hussainpur Kheda and Chandrapal of Dhakangala is on the verge of rotting due to flooding. The harvests of the residents of Chandanpur, Sarauta, Naakheda and Pipraul etc. have also suffered badly. More or less the same situation prevails in front of the farmers along the banks of the Ganges in Kadar Chowk, Ushait and Sahaswan. The farmers who harvest the finished mentha even say that once the plants are submerged in water, no more than 25 to 30 percent leakage of the oil when crushed.
Possibility of spreading foot and foot diseases in animals
Ujhani. Animal diseases spread in the villages along the Ganges during the floods. There is a problem with forage in the villages. At the same time, the stagnant water has increased the risk of foot and foot diseases in the animals. Explain that cracking disease causes more problems when it rains and floods. conversation
In the villages along the Ganges, mentha and chilli crops in particular were damaged by the floods. In mentha fields where the water has run off, the damage is less. There is no significant damage to the sugar cane harvest. Even so, farmers should insist on harvesting mentha – Dr. Sanjay Kumar, agricultural scientist
When the flood of the Ganges increased four to five days ago, it also devoured the crops on the banks of the Ganges. There was a harvest of arbi on 15 bighas of the field, so the floods destroyed it. There was much hope from the harvest, but the cost on Arbi was also washed away by the floods.- Vijay Kumar
Last year the Ganges floods came late. The harvesting and crushing of the Mentha crop was completed before the floods hit, but this time the crop was destroyed due to the early floods. Thousands of rupees were spent on harvesting about 20 Bighas Mentha. ”- Kamal Singh
I have about 40 bighas of land on the banks of the Ganges. More than half has reeds. Incidentally, the chilli and mentha were finished, but the harvests of the chilli and mentha were hardest hit by the flooding. After the floods are reduced, the sugar cane harvest will be fine. ”- Ram Niwas
The floods in the Ganges damaged hundreds of farmers. I have suffered losses too, but this time he survived by not transplanting Mentha. The reeds have sunk in the flood. There will be losses, but the menth farmers in the villages along the Ganges will continue to make losses. – Ramdas

Ujhani (Badayun). Even after the water level of the Ganges has dropped, the foreland fields are filled with flooding, causing the crops to rot. The mentha harvest suffered the most. Sugar cane and chilli plants are also affected.

Starting from the Dahgwan area in the district, there is a gorge of the Ganges to the Ushait area. Thousands of Bigha’s land are in the foothills of the population of the villages on the banks of the Ganges. In the past, farmers had sold the cucurbits in addition to the poleage. But during the mentha, chilli, and sugarcane harvest, the flood took its toll on the area. It did not rain much on the plains, but the flood caused havoc when the water drained from the barrages at Ganga and Ramganga.

The mentha harvest in the fields of Nem Singh in the village of Hussainpur Kheda and Chandrapal of Dhakangala is on the verge of rotting due to flooding. The harvests of the residents of Chandanpur, Sarauta, Naakheda and Pipraul etc. have also suffered badly. More or less the same situation prevails in front of the farmers along the banks of the Ganges in Kadar Chowk, Ushait and Sahaswan. The farmers who harvest the finished mentha even say that once the plants are submerged in water, no more than 25 to 30 percent leakage of the oil when crushed.

Possibility of spreading foot and foot diseases in animals

Ujhani. Animal diseases spread in the villages along the Ganges during the floods. There is a problem with forage in the villages. At the same time, the stagnant water has increased the risk of foot and foot diseases in the animals. Explain that cracking disease causes more problems when it rains and floods. conversation

In the villages along the Ganges, mentha and chilli crops in particular were damaged by the floods. In mentha fields where the water has run off, the damage is less. There is no significant damage to the sugar cane harvest. Even so, farmers should insist on harvesting mentha – Dr. Sanjay Kumar, agricultural scientist

When the flood of the Ganges increased four to five days ago, it also devoured the crops on the banks of the Ganges. There was a harvest of arbi on 15 bighas of the field, so the floods destroyed it. There was much hope from the harvest, but the cost on Arbi was also washed away by the floods.- Vijay Kumar

Last year the Ganges floods came late. The harvesting and crushing of the Mentha crop was completed before the floods hit, but this time the crop was destroyed due to the early floods. Thousands of rupees were spent on harvesting about 20 Bighas Mentha. ”- Kamal Singh

I have about 40 bighas of land on the banks of the Ganges. More than half has reeds. Incidentally, the chilli and mentha were finished, but the harvests of the chilli and mentha were hardest hit by the flooding. After the floods are reduced, the sugar cane harvest will be fine. ”- Ram Niwas

The floods in the Ganges damaged hundreds of farmers. I have suffered losses too, but this time he survived by not transplanting Mentha. The reeds have sunk in the flood. There will be losses, but the menth farmers in the villages along the Ganges will continue to make losses. – Ramdas

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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