Vegetable harvest damaged by rain, loss of farmers

Rajatlab. With the price of green vegetables falling, farmers now face the brunt of the vegetable harvest. Most of the farmers who produce tomatoes are upset. At the same time, tomatoes are sold in the market for 8-10 rupees per kg. Most of the vegetables are found here.
Farmers could not get good prices even though vegetable yield was good due to a partial lockdown due to corona infection. But the past few days with heavy rains have spoiled the harvest. Because of the excessive irrigation in the fields, the plants melted. The tomato harvest was damaged. This sparked farmers’ expectations. Santhi Patel and Lalit said vegetable prices have risen for two days. Although this boom is small. At the same time, arrivals have also decreased. In the coming days, harvests will deteriorate, which can increase prices.
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The harvest was good, but the rain was wasted
Ramasare Patel, a Jayapur farmer who grows tomatoes, says the harvest was good this time, but the rain wreaked havoc. There is a possibility that the tomato harvest will be aborted due to watering. It is said that he planted early and late tomato plants twice. If the late harvest survives there may be some income. In the past, the price could not be reduced. However, a further increase in the rate was expected to be beneficial.
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Red chillies turn red because they have no cravings
Farmer Mukesh Singh says it took some time to dry the field after the rain and that the workers could not be found in time. Because of this, the harvest was spoiled. The green chilli price is good while the red chilli price is not available. It was reported that the lockdown did not leave workers out of their homes. When some people come to pluck, they raise their wages. Before, when they took 150 rupees a day, they asked for 200-250 rupees.
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Vegetables First Rate Current Rate
Pumpkin 6-8 10-12
Kohda 6-8 12-13
Parval 40 55
Nenua 6-7 10-12
Okra 5-6 10-12
Bitter gourd 7-8 15-16

Rajatlab. With the price of green vegetables falling, farmers now face the brunt of the vegetable harvest. Most of the farmers who produce tomatoes are upset. At the same time, tomatoes are sold in the market for 8-10 rupees per kg. Most of the vegetables are found here.

Farmers could not get good prices even though vegetable yield was good due to a partial lockdown due to corona infection. But the past few days with heavy rains have spoiled the harvest. Because of the excessive irrigation in the fields, the plants melted. The tomato harvest was damaged. This sparked farmers’ expectations. Santhi Patel and Lalit said vegetable prices have risen for two days. Although this boom is small. At the same time, arrivals have also decreased. In the coming days, harvests will deteriorate, which can increase prices.

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The harvest was good, but the rain was wasted

Ramasare Patel, a Jayapur farmer who grows tomatoes, says the harvest was good this time, but the rain wreaked havoc. There is a possibility that the tomato harvest will be aborted due to watering. It is said that he planted early and late tomato plants twice. If the late harvest survives there may be some income. In the past, the price could not be reduced. However, a further increase in the rate was expected to be beneficial.

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Red chillies turn red because they have no cravings

Farmer Mukesh Singh says it took some time to dry the field after the rain and that the workers could not be found in time. Because of this, the harvest was spoiled. The green chilli price is good while the red chilli price is not available. It has been reported that workers are not leaving their homes due to the lockdown. When some people come to pluck, they raise their wages. Earlier, where they took 150 rupees a day, asked 200 to 250.

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Vegetables First Rate Current Rate

Pumpkin 6-8 10-12

Kohda 6-8 12-13

Parval 40 55

Nenua 6-7 10-12

Okra 5-6 10-12

Bitter gourd 7-8 15-16

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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