Kannauj News – About 40 percent of the plants involved in the campaign in the district have dried up

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Kannauj. About 30 to 40 percent of the seedlings that were planted during the plantation campaign in the district dry up due to a lack of rain. Only the departments that planted it are unable to take care of it. The district government and forestry department claimed to set a record in the district with a July 4th campaign by planting about 22 lakh seedlings in a single day. But in most places, these plants count their last breath. In many places it dried up and fell. However, the forestry department regards this as the reason for the lack of rain rather than the lack of maintenance.
Explain that the forestry department has provided seedlings to all departments in the district according to their destination. Under the direction of Nodal Officer IAS Roshan Jacob, seedlings were planted on the properties of the District Hospital, Collectorate, Vikas Bhawan, the Forestry Department, the schools and the village community. Most of the seedlings were planted after they were cored. His safety chain was not made. As a result, goats and other cattle grazed on these plants in many places. Right there, the unavailability of water made up for it. The administration and forestry department had planted and planted saplings on the assumption that as soon as it rains, both the land and the plants would come to life. However, this could not happen. The district received less rain than expected. In July it rained only two days, too moderate in the area of ​​Kannauj Sadar, more in Tirwa and less in the area of ​​Chhibramau tehsil.
District Forest Officer Jawahar Lal Gupta says 85 percent of the target trees were planted on the day of the campaign. Even after that, the target of 94 percent has been achieved so far. So far, 745 seedlings have been planted in the thirty lakh district. Among them are shady, fertile.
Under investigation, shouldn’t be
Kannauj. Regarding about one hundred polyethylene-pelted plants in the Talgram area, county forest officer Jawahar Lal Gupta said I did not see one such case. The matter is being investigated. However, due to the low rainfall in the district, many plants will be spoiled this time. As soon as the weather becomes favorable, they are replaced with other plants. It is being prepared. Geo-tagging via the app could not be carried out due to a software crash on the day of the campaign. This work will also be carried out shortly, which means that the systems can be monitored without any problems.

Kannauj. About 30 to 40 percent of the seedlings that were planted during the plantation campaign in the district dry up due to a lack of rain. Only the departments that planted it are unable to take care of it. The district government and forestry department claimed to set a record in the district with a July 4th campaign by planting about 22 lakh seedlings in a single day. But in most places, these plants count their last breath. In many places it dried up and fell. However, the forestry department regards this as the reason for the lack of rain rather than the lack of maintenance.

Explain that the forestry department has provided seedlings to all departments in the district according to their destination. Under the direction of Nodal Officer IAS Roshan Jacob, seedlings were planted on the properties of the District Hospital, Collectorate, Vikas Bhawan, the Forestry Department, the schools and the village community. Most of the seedlings were planted after they were cored. His safety chain was not made. As a result, goats and other cattle grazed on these plants in many places. Right there, the unavailability of water made up for it. The administration and forestry department had planted and planted saplings on the assumption that as soon as it rains, both the land and the plants would come to life. However, this could not happen. The district received less rain than expected. In July it rained only two days, too moderate in the area of ​​Kannauj Sadar, more in Tirwa and less in the area of ​​Chhibramau tehsil.

District Forest Officer Jawahar Lal Gupta says 85 percent of the target trees were planted on the day of the campaign. Even after that, the target of 94 percent has been achieved so far. So far, 745 seedlings have been planted in the thirty lakh district. Among them are shady, fertile.

Under investigation, shouldn’t be

Kannauj. Regarding about one hundred polyethylene-pelted plants in the Talgram area, county forest officer Jawahar Lal Gupta said I did not see one such case. The matter is being investigated. However, due to the low rainfall in the district, many plants will be spoiled this time. As soon as the weather becomes favorable, they are replaced with other plants. It is being prepared. Geo-tagging via the app could not be carried out due to a software crash on the day of the campaign. This work will also be carried out shortly, which means that the systems can be monitored without any problems.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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