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Lalitpur. The incessant rains, which started late, have spoiled the farmers’ intentions. The soil in the fields has become wetter from the rain that has lasted for about a week. For this reason, sowing is not carried out because the tractor is not running. Farmers say that because of this, only about 50 percent of the crop is not sown.
The sowing time of the kharif harvest lasts from the last week of June to mid-July after the monsoon rains due to the timely arrival. The farmers plowed the fields for sowing and provided seed treatment and fertilization, but for the kharif harvest the week passed from the last week of June to mid-July. Because of too little rain, there was no moisture in the fields. The farmers did not sow that. Many farmers only sowed in light drizzle and the seeds germinated, in the absence of rain they dried up and were destroyed. In some fields the seeds germinated well and the harvest was good. Many farmers waited until there was enough rain and moisture in the fields before sowing.
When the rain started after mid-July, it doesn’t stop now. It has rained continuously since the night of July 18th. The fields received sufficient moisture from the daily rains. The last week of July continues and the rain doesn’t stop. For this reason, approx. 1.5 lakh hectares could not be sown. Now these farmers are waiting for the rain to stop, but the persistent rain has ruined the intention to sow. Experts from the Ministry of Agriculture predict lower production after sowing after July. In addition, the subsequent harvest is also delayed.
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sow
Sowing hectares
Peanut 8312
Mole 6233
Soybean 14758
Moong 3572
Urad 98134
Mecca 14325
Paddy 348
Tide 432
other 56
Total 146 172
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Until July 15th is the right season for sowing. After that, only Urad and Moong can be sown. Sowing after the last week of July delays the further harvest.
– Dr. Nitin Kumar Yadav, agricultural scientist
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Caption – Kunwar Raj Yadav
Preparations for the sowing of the harvest in June have been made. Keep waiting for the rain If it is too late, sowing will not be possible due to the continuous sowing.
– Kunwar Raj Yadav
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Photo – 22
Caption – Santosh Kumar
Ready to sow kharif crops. When it started raining, it didn’t stop. If it’s open for two days, you’re ready to sow.
– Santosh Kumar

Lalitpur. The incessant rains, which started late, have spoiled the farmers’ intentions. The soil in the fields has become wetter from the rain that has lasted for about a week. For this reason, sowing is not carried out because the tractor is not running. Farmers say that because of this, only about 50 percent of the crop is not sown.

The sowing time of the kharif harvest lasts from the last week of June to mid-July after the monsoon rains due to the timely arrival. The farmers plowed the fields for sowing and provided seed treatment and fertilization, but for the kharif harvest the week passed from the last week of June to mid-July. Because of too little rain, there was no moisture in the fields. The farmers did not sow it. Many farmers only sowed in light drizzle and the seeds germinated, in the absence of rain they dried up and were destroyed. In some fields the seeds germinated well and the harvest was good. Many farmers waited until there was enough rain and moisture in the fields before sowing.

When the rain started after mid-July, it doesn’t stop now. It has rained continuously since the night of July 18th. The fields received sufficient moisture from the daily rains. The last week of July continues and the rain doesn’t stop. For this reason, approx. 1.5 lakh hectares could not be sown. Now these farmers are waiting for the rain to stop, but the persistent rain has ruined the intention to sow. Experts from the Ministry of Agriculture predict lower production after sowing after July. In addition, the subsequent harvest is also delayed.

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sow

Sowing hectares

Peanut 8312

Mole 6233

Soybean 14758

Moong 3572

Urad 98134

Mecca 14325

Paddy 348

Tide 432

other 56

Total 146 172

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Until July 15th is the right season for sowing. After that, only Urad and Moong can be sown. Sowing after the last week of July delays the further harvest.

– Dr. Nitin Kumar Yadav, agricultural scientist

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Photo – 21

Caption – Kunwar Raj Yadav

Preparations for the sowing of the harvest in June have been made. Keep waiting for the rain If it is too late, sowing will not be possible due to the continuous sowing.

– Kunwar Raj Yadav

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Photo – 22

Caption – Santosh Kumar

Ready to sow kharif crops. When it started raining, it didn’t stop. If it’s open for two days, you’re ready to sow.

– Santosh Kumar

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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