Tomatoes become unclean, farmers suffer

Barabanki During the time of Korana everyone is tempted to hear the price of a handful of red tomatoes and the price of 10 rupee forts outside the doors of the cities. But in the midst of the sunlight, the hard work of the farmers and the sweat-drenched tomatoes in the farmers’ fields glow in the ground.
Local traders take full advantage of the farmers’ helplessness. Only 20 kilograms of tomatoes are bought for 20 rupees per carat to meet their needs. In such a situation, the tomato crop grown in the farmers’ fields is not brought to market. There is no buyer after the sale in rupee forts.
This is the situation where the government beats up the various systems of doubling farmers’ incomes. However, these schemes are not useful to farmers.
Since the tomato harvest, the farmer has planted them morning and evening. Farmers have to spray various types of expensive pesticides for five to seven days to prevent diseases caused by this crop.
Later you can see tomatoes in the tomato trees that run in the fields. But last year there was a sudden lockdown, so this time the farmers’ tomato soil is not being sold for fear of lockdown. The farmers have even given up looking after the farm.
Tomatoes are rotting in the fields due to a lack of buyers
Amaniapur-based farmer Navneet Bajpai said growing tomatoes takes hard work and costs. But if the market is found there is a lot of profit. For this reason, growing tomatoes in eight bighas cost around 70,000 rupees. The yields are also high due to the good harvest. However, tomatoes rot in the fields as there is no buyer. In such a situation, it has become difficult to extract the cost.
Not worth the cost
Surajbali says he planted 15 Bighas tomatoes. Which cost about a lakh 40 thousand rupees. However, ten thousand tomatoes have not yet been sold and now no buyers are found. In such a situation it has become difficult to make a profit even at cost. The situation was the same last year.
Lockdown shock
Deepak Mishra explains that farmers who sow tomatoes have suffered a setback due to corona. If there is a sudden lockdown last year, tomato buyers won’t get that time due to the possibility of a lockdown. Local dealers buy at the price of Rs 20 per carat. While the tomato is rotting from cooking.
I don’t see any crop wasted
Ram Surat Rawat says there were high expectations for the tomato harvest. After working hard day and night, he prepared the harvest. However, I cannot see the ruin as the harvest fails, which is not ready for hard work and sweat But you have to go to the farm under duress. This time the cost won’t come out. Your concern definitely remains.

Barabanki During the time of Korana everyone is tempted to hear the price of a handful of red tomatoes and the price of 10 rupee forts outside the doors of the cities. But in the midst of the sunlight, the hard work of the farmers and the sweat-drenched tomatoes in the farmers’ fields glow in the ground.

Local traders take full advantage of the farmers’ helplessness. Only 20 kilograms of tomatoes are bought for 20 rupees per carat to meet their needs. In such a situation, the tomato crop grown in the farmers’ fields is not brought to market. There is no buyer after the sale in rupee forts.

This is the situation where the government beats up the various systems of doubling farmers’ incomes. However, these schemes are not useful to farmers.

Since the tomato harvest, the farmer has planted them morning and evening. Farmers have to spray various types of expensive pesticides for five to seven days to prevent diseases caused by this crop.

Later you can see tomatoes in the tomato trees that run in the fields. But last year there was a sudden lockdown, so this time the farmers’ tomato soil is not being sold for fear of lockdown. The farmers have even given up looking after the farm.

Tomatoes are rotting in the fields due to a lack of buyers

Amaniapur-based farmer Navneet Bajpai said growing tomatoes takes hard work and costs. But if the market is found there is a lot of profit. For this reason, growing tomatoes in eight bighas cost around 70,000 rupees. The yields are also high due to the good harvest. However, tomatoes rot in the fields as there is no buyer. In such a situation, it has become difficult to extract the cost.

Not worth the cost

Surajbali says he planted 15 Bighas tomatoes. Which cost about a lakh 40 thousand rupees. However, ten thousand tomatoes have not yet been sold and now no buyers are found. In such a situation it has become difficult to make a profit even at cost. The situation was the same last year.

Lockdown shock

Deepak Mishra explains that farmers who sow tomatoes have suffered a setback due to the corona. If there is a sudden lockdown last year, tomato buyers won’t get that time due to the possibility of a lockdown. Local dealers buy at the price of Rs 20 per carat. While the tomato is rotting from cooking.

I don’t see any crop wasted

Ram Surat Rawat says there were high expectations for the tomato harvest. After working hard day and night, he prepared the harvest. However, I cannot see the ruin as the harvest fails, which is not ready for hard work and sweat. But you have to go to the farm under duress. This time the cost won’t come out. Your concern definitely remains.

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