Khad – DAP and NPK fertilizers are only allowed to be sold through MRP

Lakhimpur Kheri Due to the increase in the amount of DAP and NPK fertilizers from 500 to 600 rupees per sack, some shopkeepers and committees are in the process of covering the old manure inventory. With that, the shopkeepers have started handing back the farmers saying they are not in the manure inventory. Satyendra Pratap Singh, the district’s agricultural officer, has given instructions to sell old manure only at MRP price. The MRP is supposed to take action against shopkeepers who demand more.
The time to sow other crops, including rice, is getting closer in the kharif season, which is why some conscious farmers have already started organizing fertilizers. About a month ago the rate of DAP and NPK fertilizers increased from 500 to 600 rupees per bag, making the DAP available from 1200 rupees according to the new price of 1700 to 1800 rupees. Traders who currently have DAP and NPK fertilizers have prepared to sell the fertilizer at a new price. It is true that the fertilizer of the new price has not yet arrived. Similar cooperatives also have DAP and NPK fertilizers of old value in stock. Sources indicate that with the price rise from 500 to 600 rupees per bag, shopkeepers and committee secretaries want to sell these fertilizers at the new price. To this end, the fertilizer is reduced by secretly expelling the stock on behalf of the relatives. Sources indicate that no other sowing than sugar cane occurs in March and April, which is why DAP and NPK aren’t sold much. Therefore, old crap should be in stock.
DAP and NPK with old price were instructed to sell MRP themselves. Measures are being taken against the overloaded traders. There are currently 3625 MT DAP and 1979 MT NPK available. It is an appeal to farmers that when purchasing fertilizers, they must receive a receipt from the Pos machine that does not state more than the face value. If a shopkeeper is selling fertilizer at a higher price than MRP, file a complaint against them.
Satyendra Pratap Singh, county farmer

Lakhimpur Kheri Due to the increase in the amount of DAP and NPK fertilizers from 500 to 600 rupees per sack, some shopkeepers and committees are in the process of covering the old manure inventory. With that, the shopkeepers have started handing back the farmers saying they are not in the manure inventory. The district’s agriculture officer, Satyendra Pratap Singh, has given instructions to sell manure from old stocks only at the MRP price. The MRP is supposed to take action against shopkeepers who demand more.

The time of sowing other crops, including rice, is approaching in the kharif season, which is why some conscious farmers have already started organizing fertilizers. About a month ago the rate of DAP and NPK fertilizers increased from 500 to 600 rupees per bag, making the DAP available from 1200 rupees according to the new price of 1700 to 1800 rupees. Traders who currently have DAP and NPK fertilizers have prepared to sell the fertilizer at a new price. It is true that the fertilizer of the new price has not yet arrived. Similar cooperatives also have DAP and NPK fertilizers of old value in stock. Sources indicate that with the price rise from 500 to 600 rupees per bag, shopkeepers and committee secretaries want to sell these fertilizers at the new price. To this end, the fertilizer is reduced by secretly expelling the stock on behalf of the relatives. Sources indicate that no other sowing than sugar cane occurs in March and April, which is why DAP and NPK aren’t sold much. Therefore, old crap should be in stock.

DAP and NPK with old price were instructed to sell MRP themselves. Measures are being taken against the overloaded traders. There are currently 3625 MT DAP and 1979 MT NPK available. It is an appeal to farmers that when purchasing fertilizers, they must receive a receipt from the Pos machine that does not state more than the face value. If a shopkeeper is selling fertilizer at a higher price than MRP, file a complaint against them.

Satyendra Pratap Singh, county farmer

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