The scent of flowers has been found in the soil for two years

Babri (Shamli). Flower growers have suffered heavy losses for the past two years. Last year, many farmers had plowed their standing crops due to the long lockdown, and this time the situation will be similar. Marriages are also restricted and other programs do not take place either. Hence there is no demand for flowers. At this point, the marigold harvest standing in the fields is wasted. Many farmers are preparing to plant a new crop by plowing that crop of flowers.
Flowers are grown in the Babri and Thanabhavan regions of the district. The corona epidemic prohibits more people from attending the wedding ceremony. People only marry in the presence of selected people. In such a situation, banquet halls and carts are not decorated. There is no demand for flowers in other programs. Last year there was no demand for flowers due to the long lockdown. There was definitely some demand during the Christmas season, but now the situation has become the same again.
Farmer Dharam Singh Saini has sown the marigold harvest in 16 bighas of land. He says it cost millions of rupees, but the corona curfew was banned when the harvest was ready. The harvest could not run out. Now they don’t get the expense. There is a concern about how to borrow money borrowed to grow crops. Last year, too, he had to grow the harvest himself in the field.
The farmer Gaurav Kashyap has grown around two marigold crops. Now there is no other option but to plow the crops in the field. A few days ago, farmer Ramkishan planned and destroyed his six marigold harvests. There is no demand for flowers. The harvest in the fields deteriorated.

Babri (Shamli). Flower growers have suffered heavy losses for the past two years. Last year, many farmers had plowed their standing crops due to the long lockdown, and this time the situation will be similar. Marriages are also restricted and other programs do not take place either. Hence there is no demand for flowers. At this point, the marigold harvest standing in the fields is wasted. Many farmers are preparing to plant a new crop by plowing that crop of flowers.

Flowers are grown in the Babri and Thanabhavan regions of the district. The corona epidemic prohibits more people from attending the wedding ceremony. People only marry in the presence of selected people. In such a situation, banquet halls and carts are not decorated. There is no demand for flowers in other programs. Last year there was no demand for flowers due to the long lockdown. There was definitely some demand during the Christmas season, but now the situation has become the same again.

Farmer Dharam Singh Saini has sown the marigold harvest in 16 bighas of land. He says it cost millions of rupees, but the corona curfew was banned when the harvest was ready. The harvest could not run out. Now they don’t get the expense. There is a concern about how to borrow money borrowed to grow crops. Last year, too, he had to grow the harvest himself in the field.

The farmer Gaurav Kashyap has grown around two marigold crops. Now there is no other option but to plow the crops in the field. A few days ago, farmer Ramkishan planned and destroyed his six marigold harvests. There is no demand for flowers. The harvest in the fields deteriorated.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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