The fear of loss haunted the gardeners again in the Corona curfew – The fear of loss against the gardeners in the Corona curfew

Chandinagar The effect of the corona on the common ratol, which retains its sweetness at home and abroad, can be seen again. Last year, too, the mangoes were spoiled by the fact that the market did not open. The gardeners suffered heavy losses. This year, concern among gardeners has increased due to the Corona curfew. Orchard owners say that if the market stays closed due to Corona’s curfew, there will be too much spoilage this time around and lakhs will have to be lost. I haven’t recovered from this loss even after a year.
Neetu Chaudhary, the garden owner of Rataul, says there will be big losses if the market doesn’t open due to Corona’s curfew. This is the only worrying problem.
Gardener Momin says thousands of losses were caused by the market that did not open in lockdown last year. The mango harvest will come after a month. If the situation remains unchanged as in the previous year, the condition of the horticulturalists will deteriorate.
Salim, the owner of Rattaul, says he contracts mango orchards every year. Last year they couldn’t even spray pesticides due to the lockdown. Because of this, the crop was damaged. Mango wasn’t sold either.

Chandinagar The effect of the corona on the common ratol, which retains its sweetness at home and abroad, can be seen again. Last year too, the mangoes were spoiled by the fact that the market did not open. The gardeners suffered heavy losses. This year, concern among gardeners has increased due to the Corona curfew. Orchard owners say that if the market stays closed due to Corona’s curfew, there will be too much spoilage this time around and lakhs will have to be lost. I haven’t recovered from this loss even after a year.

Neetu Chaudhary, the garden owner of Rataul, says there will be big losses if the market doesn’t open due to Corona’s curfew. This is the only worrying problem.

Gardener Momin says thousands of losses were caused by the market that did not open in lockdown last year. The mango harvest will come after a month. If the situation remains unchanged as in the previous year, the condition of the horticulturalists will deteriorate.

Salim, the owner of Rattaul, says he contracts mango orchards every year. Last year they couldn’t even spray pesticides due to the lockdown. Because of this, the crop was damaged. Mango wasn’t sold either.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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