Paddy, sugar cane, jowar plants benefit, fear of loss in grapevine vegetables

Moradabad. The three days of continuous rain is beneficial for most plants. Especially for paddy and sugar cane. At the same time, continuous rain can damage the vegetable harvest.
On Thursday it rained in the district for the third day in a row. From morning to evening it rained at times. This rain is very beneficial to the plants. That month there was no rain until July 17th. When it rained for three consecutive days from July 18-21, the fields got some relief. The farmers who were waiting for the rain also sowed rice, but even after that the monsoon rain did not come as expected.
Farmers were concerned about irrigation, but because of rising diesel prices, farmers also shied away from planting with the engines running. Everyone was waiting for the rain. Indradev listened to the farmers and now it has been raining continuously for three days. Also on Thursday it rained at times all day. The lack of irrigation in the fields was made up for by the rains. At the same time, wine vegetables can be harmful to the harvest of tomatoes, loki, loofah, cucumber, okra, etc. Dalchand from Mundhapande said that he had sown Arab crops in his field in three and a half bighas, due to the rain that had come in the last few days, the fields were somehow flooded, but now there are fears again that if it is continuous and heavy rain, this can lead to crop failures. Jayaprakash says he sowed bitter gourd in two bighas, but the rain dried up the crops earlier, but prolonged rain can cause damage.
Expected sowing more than the goal
Moradabad. After the rains, the Ministry of Agriculture also hoped to complete the rice field destination soon. In fact, the target for planting rice fields in the Mandal was 4.97 lakh hectares, which was 90 percent of the target by July 21. After this rain it is possible that more is sown than the target.

Moradabad. The three days of continuous rain is beneficial for most plants. Especially for paddy and sugar cane. At the same time, continuous rain can damage the vegetable harvest.

On Thursday it rained in the district for the third day in a row. From morning to evening it rained at times. This rain is very beneficial to the plants. That month there was no rain until July 17th. When it rained for three consecutive days from July 18-21, the fields got some relief. The farmers who were waiting for the rain also sowed rice, but even after that the monsoon rain did not come as expected.

Farmers were concerned about irrigation, but because of rising diesel prices, farmers also shied away from planting with the engines running. Everyone was waiting for the rain. Indradev listened to the farmers and now it has been raining continuously for three days. Also on Thursday it rained at times all day. The lack of irrigation in the fields was made up for by the rains. At the same time, wine vegetables can be harmful to the harvest of tomatoes, loki, loofah, cucumber, okra, etc. Dalchand from Mundhapande said that he had sown Arab crops in his field in three and a half bighas, due to the rain that had come in the last few days, the fields were somehow flooded, but now there are fears again that if it is continuous and heavy rain, this can lead to crop failures. Jayaprakash says he sowed bitter gourd in two bighas, but rain dried up the crops earlier, but prolonged rain can cause damage.

Expected sowing more than the goal

Moradabad. After the rains, the Ministry of Agriculture also hoped to complete the rice field destination soon. In fact, the target of sowing rice fields in the Mandal was 4.97 lakh hectares, which was 90 percent of the target by July 21. After this rain it is possible that more is sown than the target.

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