Nocrisis Of Fertilizers – Now there will be no shortage of manure, 3200 metric tonnes of manure arrived in the district

Rampur. There will be no shortage of manure in the district. On Friday itself, 3200 metric tonnes of manure has reached the district, which has been started giving to cooperative societies. After the strictness of AR Co-operative, this fertilizer has started reaching cooperative societies instead of private shops. At the same time, the officials of the Agriculture Department have also appealed to the farmers not to take more fertilizer than required. But, suddenly there was a shortage of fertilizers on most of the cooperative societies of the district. Farmers started wandering from door to door for manure. When the matter came to the notice of AR Co-operative, they stopped the supply of fertilizers to private shopkeepers. The supply of fertilizers has been restored only in cooperative societies and official centers of IFFCO. At the same time, 3200 metric tonnes of manure came to the district on Friday itself. This fertilizer has been started to be sent to the cooperative societies, due to which there will be availability of fertilizer in abundance on the societies and farmers will not have to wander here and there for manure. AR Co-Operative Harendra Kumar informed that 3200 metric tonnes of manure has arrived in the district. In the coming days also, the process of sending fertilizers and sending them to the committees will continue. Now there will be no shortage of manure. District Agriculture Officer Narendra Pal Singh said that there is no shortage of manure in the district. In such a situation, there is an appeal to the farmers to take only that much fertilizer from the committees, as much as the fertilizer is required. Do not stock manure unnecessarily.

Rampur. There will be no shortage of manure in the district. On Friday itself, 3200 metric tonnes of manure has reached the district, which has been started giving to cooperative societies. After the strictness of AR Co-operative, this fertilizer has started reaching cooperative societies instead of private shops. At the same time, the officials of the Agriculture Department have also appealed to the farmers not to take more fertilizers than necessary. After the sowing of paddy, now the farmers are required to apply manure to the crop. But, suddenly there was a shortage of fertilizers on most of the cooperative societies of the district. Farmers started wandering from door to door for manure. When the matter came to the notice of AR Co-operative, they stopped the supply of fertilizers to private shopkeepers. The supply of fertilizers has been restored only in cooperative societies and official centers of IFFCO. At the same time, 3200 metric tonnes of manure came to the district on Friday itself. This fertilizer has been started to be sent to the cooperative societies, due to which there will be availability of fertilizer in abundance on the societies and farmers will not have to wander here and there for manure. AR Co-Operative Harendra Kumar informed that 3200 metric tonnes of manure has arrived in the district. In the coming days also, the process of sending fertilizers and sending them to the committees will continue. Now there will be no shortage of manure. District Agriculture Officer Narendra Pal Singh said that there is no shortage of manure in the district. In such a situation, there is an appeal to the farmers to take only that much fertilizer from the committees, as much as the fertilizer is required. Do not stock manure unnecessarily. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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