Taute – 80 percent of Taute’s pear cultivation is wasted

Mohammadabad Pear cultivation in the region was completely ruined due to two rainy days caused by the Taute storm. This has caused significant economic damage to pear-producing farmers.
Farmers earn a good income by growing pears in the form of cash crops in the summer area of ​​about 500 acres of the villages of Vishunpura aka Raghuvarganj, Manikpur, Silaich, Parsa, Tadwa and Barjepur of the block. Once the pear harvest hit the market that year, almost 80 percent of pear growing was completely destroyed due to unusual rainfall and devastating farmers. The wholesale pear market is held every morning on the region’s Raghuvarganj Chatti, where traders from distant areas buy and transport pears. The fruits that were ready due to rain in the fields have burst and are rotting in the fields. Farmer Ramesh Kushwaha said the region’s farmers make a lot of profit by growing pear as an extra crop during the summer season when the fields are empty. But the rain ruined everything. Premchand Kushwaha said that after the rains after June 15, the second crop will begin to be grown in the pear field. This leads to an additional income. Moolchand Kushwaha says its fruit deteriorated due to flooding in the fields during the rain. Somehow they had to sell them with a loss of four to five feet. Rajesh Sharma said the storm caused great damage to pear-producing farmers.

Mohammadabad Pear cultivation in the region was completely ruined due to two rainy days caused by the Taute storm. This has caused significant economic damage to pear-producing farmers.

Farmers earn a good income by growing pears in the form of cash crops in the summer area of ​​about 500 acres of the villages of Vishunpura aka Raghuvarganj, Manikpur, Silaich, Parsa, Tadwa and Barjepur of the block. Once the pear harvest hit the market that year, almost 80 percent of pear growing was completely destroyed due to unusual rainfall and devastating farmers. The wholesale pear market is held every morning on the region’s Raghuvarganj Chatti, where traders from distant areas buy and transport pears. The fruits that were ready due to rain in the fields have burst and are rotting in the fields. Farmer Ramesh Kushwaha said the region’s farmers make a lot of profit by growing pear as an extra crop during the summer season when the fields are empty. But the rain ruined everything. Premchand Kushwaha said that after the rains after June 15, the second crop will begin to be grown in the pear field. This leads to an additional income. Moolchand Kushwaha says its fruit deteriorated due to flooding in the fields during the rain. Somehow they had to sell them with a loss of four to five feet. Rajesh Sharma said the storm caused great damage to pear-producing farmers.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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