Drought-like situation in the district, not a single rainy day in July

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Drought-like conditions have arisen in the district. In July it didn’t rain a single day. The clouds have been cloudy since June 25th. This has caused cracks in the fields. Farmers cannot sow rice. If this situation continues, rice production can be affected.
Paddy is the main culture in the district. This time, the scope of rice culture has also increased. The goal is to plant about 98 thousand hectares of rice. There was a lot of rain in May due to the storm. It rained intermittently until May 25th. In the meantime the farmers have prepared the rice cultivation, but now the clouds have become angry with the rice transplanting. It has not rained since June 25th. West winds were blowing in the hot sun. The people suffer from the scorching heat. The temperature also rises rapidly.
Due to the lack of rain, the district experienced a drought-like situation. During the month of July is considered the main rainy season. Alam is that after plowing the fields the dust is now flying due to the lack of rain. Planting rice fields is lagging behind because of the lack of rain. The paint on the faces of the farmers who planted the early seedlings has blown away. Their crops are drying up because it is not raining.
Farmers say the rice nursery has been done for more than a week, but there is no water in the field. Dust flies from the plowed fields. If this situation persists, it will be difficult to get even the costs out of the rice plant this time around. The district agricultural officer, Dr. Ashwani Singh said the planting was lagging due to the lack of rain. There was an early harvest crisis. This also affects the yield.
So far, only 40 percent of rice has been planted
So far, only 40 percent of rice has been grown in the district. The district agricultural officer, Dr. Ashwani Singh said that 25 percent of the excavated rice fields in the district have been planted. While in July the farmers somehow managed to transplant 15 percent of the rice field through pump sets and canals.
Production can drop by 25 to 30 percent
The district agricultural officer, Dr. Ashwani Singh said the rice nursery is usually finished in 25 days. The rice nursery for the farmers in the district is currently finished. Planting is not possible due to the lack of rain. This affects the yield. He said production could decrease by 25 to 30 percent.
expected rain soon
The westerly winds have invaded the atmosphere. West winds blow for four days. Chances are it will rain soon. Good rains are expected in the coming days.
350mm of rain from May to June 25th
From May 20 to June 24, the district received record rain of 350 mm. After the storm hit, it rained heavily from the clouds that had gathered in the sky. But after June 25th the clouds are limited to the storm.

Drought-like conditions have arisen in the district. In July it didn’t rain a single day. The clouds have been cloudy since June 25th. This has caused cracks in the fields. Farmers cannot sow rice. If this situation continues, rice production can be affected.

Paddy is the main culture in the district. This time, the scope of rice culture has also increased. The goal is to plant about 98 thousand hectares of rice. There was a lot of rain in May due to the storm. It rained intermittently until May 25th. In the meantime the farmers have prepared the rice cultivation, but now the clouds have become angry with the rice transplanting. It has not rained since June 25th. West winds blew in the hot sun. The people suffer from the scorching heat. The temperature also rises rapidly.

Due to the lack of rain, the district experienced a drought-like situation. During the month of July is considered the main rainy season. Alam is that after plowing the fields the dust is now flying due to the lack of rain. Planting rice fields is lagging behind because of the lack of rain. The paint on the faces of the farmers who planted the early seedlings has blown away. Their crops are drying up because it is not raining.

Farmers say the rice nursery has been done for more than a week, but there is no water in the field. Dust flies from the plowed fields. If this situation persists, it will be difficult to get even the costs out of the rice plant this time around. The district agricultural officer, Dr. Ashwani Singh said the planting was lagging due to the lack of rain. There was an early harvest crisis. This also affects the yield.

So far, only 40 percent of rice has been planted

So far, only 40 percent of rice has been grown in the district. The district agricultural officer, Dr. Ashwani Singh said that 25 percent of the excavated rice fields in the district have been planted. While in July the farmers somehow managed to transplant 15 percent of the rice field through pump sets and canals.

Production can drop by 25 to 30 percent

The district agricultural officer, Dr. Ashwani Singh said the rice nursery is usually finished in 25 days. The rice nursery for the farmers in the district is currently finished. Planting is not possible due to the lack of rain. This affects the yield. He said production could decrease by 25 to 30 percent.

expected rain soon

The westerly winds have invaded the atmosphere. West winds blow for four days. Chances are it will rain soon. Good rains are expected in the coming days.

350mm of rain from May to June 25th

From May 20 to June 24, the district received a record 350 mm of precipitation. After the storm knocked, it rained heavily from the clouds that had gathered in the sky. But after June 25th the clouds are limited to the storm.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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