Continued rain created problems for farmers

Capson – Bauer waits for water opening in Virdha
– Photo: TALDEHATE

Talbehat. The area farmer appears to have been a victim of a natural disaster. In the past, drought-like conditions and now more than half of the farmers’ fields are waiting to be sown due to continuous rain.
The farmers in the region have been affected by natural disasters for several years. Sometimes drought ruined the farmer and sometimes excessive rain while preparing the harvest. As always, the farmers expected good yields this time too. The farmer was upset because it didn’t rain in time. Later, when it rained, the farmer was happy, but the farmer’s happiness was destroyed when the farmer could not sow the crops in his fields because of the continuous rain. Even today, the fields of more than half of the region’s farmers are waiting for the rain to stop before sowing.
The area’s farmer has faced natural disasters for many years. This time, too, the farmer has given up hope of the harvest due to the changing weather mood.
– Shivdayal Kadesarakalan
The farmer could not sow earlier due to lack of rain and cannot sow now because the soil in the fields is wet from continuous rain.
– Ramesh Rajput, Bamhorisar
The farmers have given up hope of sowing the harvest this time while they wait for the rain. Now he plans to go out for the wages.
– Omprakash, Digara

Talbehat. The area farmer appears to have been a victim of a natural disaster. In the past, drought-like conditions and now more than half of the farmers’ fields are waiting to be sown due to continuous rain.

The farmers in the region have been affected by natural disasters for several years. Sometimes drought ruined the farmer and sometimes excessive rain while preparing the harvest. As always, the farmers expected good yields this time too. The farmer was upset because it didn’t rain in time. Later, when it rained, the farmer was happy, but the farmer’s happiness was destroyed when the farmer could not sow the crops in his fields because of the continuous rain. Even today, the fields of more than half of the region’s farmers are waiting for the rain to stop before sowing.

The area’s farmer has faced natural disasters for many years. This time, too, the farmer has given up hope of the harvest due to the changing weather mood.

– Shivdayal Kadesarakalan

The farmer could not sow earlier due to lack of rain and cannot sow now because the soil in the fields is wet from continuous rain.

– Ramesh Rajput, Bamhorisar

The farmers have given up hope of sowing the harvest this time while they wait for the rain. Now he plans to go out in connection with wages.

– Omprakash, Digara

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