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Kasganj. The monsoons have become very weak in the district. So far in July it has not rained, it only rained on one day while the fields need water. Due to the strong sun and heat, the plants dry up. The greatest impacts were on the sugar cane, corn and rice crops. Farmers are threatened by drought.
Bajra, Jowar, Mais, Arhar, Paddy and Sugarcane fields are currently being grown in the district’s fields. Vegetables are also grown in the fields, but due to the lack of rain, these plants dry up. The cultivation of rice is also affected. People apply water to the fields by running a pump. Irrigation with expensive diesel has increased the cost of harvesting. Due to the lack of rain, the farmers face a drought. Sugar cane is grown in the Ganges valley in the district. The sugar cane harvest is heavily dependent on rain. Farmers have to irrigate their fields with diesel pumps.
Last year it rained well in July
Usually the monsoons become active in July. Last year the rainfall in the district was also average, which meant that the farmers did not have as much trouble, but this time the farmers faced the problem of irrigation due to the light rain. The weak monsoon adds to the concerns of farmers.
From the statistical point of view
– Last July there was 121.66mm of rain
– So far in July of this year, 0.66 mm of rain has fallen
Power failure also became a problem
Power outages in rural areas have become a problem for farmers. Farmers cannot irrigate their fields with private tube wells. Due to the problem of frequent stumbling, the tube wells clog and then the water breaks along the way. Again and again the farmers have problems getting water on the fields.
Farmer’s talk
Paddy harvest is the main harvest of the Kharif campaign. This plant needs water all the time, but it does not get water from the canal for irrigation and it does not rain. Harvests are drying up. – Vinod Sharma
– Millet harvest for animal feed. The harvest dried up because it wasn’t raining. Irrigation costs more than private resources. – Durbeen Yadav
The farmers are greatly relieved by the monsoons. Water is available free of charge and rainwater is extremely beneficial for plants. But so far it has not rained, which affects all harvests. Rice planting is affected. – Laturi Singh
The sugar cane harvest does not receive rainwater, which means that the harvest dries out. Irrigation is not even done by a diesel pump. The sugar cane harvest suffers a lot. If this continues, the harvest will be ruined. – Hari Om Mishra
When it rains, the farmers are relieved. Rainwater is used as sprinkler irrigation. This water accelerates the growth of the plants. Sumit Chauhan, District Agriculture Commissioner

Kasganj. The monsoons have become very weak in the district. So far in July it has not rained, it only rained on one day while the fields need water. Due to the strong sun and heat, the plants dry up. The greatest impacts were on the sugar cane, corn and rice crops. Farmers are threatened by drought.

Bajra, Jowar, Mais, Arhar, Paddy and Sugarcane fields are currently being grown in the district’s fields. Vegetables are also grown in the fields, but due to the lack of rain, these plants dry up. The cultivation of rice is also affected. People apply water to the fields by running a pump. Irrigation with expensive diesel has increased the cost of harvesting. Due to the lack of rain, the farmers face a drought. Sugar cane is grown in the lowland areas of the Ganges in the district. The sugar cane harvest is heavily dependent on rain. Farmers have to irrigate their fields with diesel pumps.

Last year it rained well in July

Usually the monsoons become active in July. Last year the rainfall in the district was also average, which meant that the farmers did not have as much trouble, but this time the farmers faced the problem of irrigation due to the light rain. The weak monsoon adds to the concerns of farmers.

From the statistical point of view

– Last July there was 121.66mm of rain

– So far in July of this year, 0.66 mm of rain has fallen

Power failure also became a problem

Power outages in rural areas have become a problem for farmers. Farmers cannot irrigate their fields with private tube wells. Due to the problem of frequent stumbling, the tube wells clog and then the water breaks along the way. Again and again the farmers have problems getting water on the fields.

Farmer’s talk

Paddy harvest is the main harvest of the Kharif campaign. This plant needs water all the time, but it does not get water from the canal for irrigation and it does not rain. Harvests are drying up. – Vinod Sharma

– Millet harvest for animal feed. The harvest dried up because it wasn’t raining. Irrigation costs more than private resources. – Durbeen Yadav

The farmers are greatly relieved by the monsoons. Water is available free of charge and rainwater is extremely beneficial for plants. But so far it has not rained, which affects all harvests. Rice planting is affected. – Laturi Singh

The sugar cane harvest does not receive rainwater, which means that the harvest dries out. The irrigation is not even done by a diesel pump. The sugar cane harvest suffers a lot. If this continues, the harvest will be ruined. – Hari Om Mishra

When it rains, the farmers are relieved. Rainwater is used as sprinkler irrigation. This water accelerates the growth of the plants. Sumit Chauhan, District Agriculture Commissioner

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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