Weather – The effect of rain on the legumes

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Ghazipur. Because of the drizzle and rain that has been going on for several days, it has started to affect the legumes. Farmers worry about what will happen to their legumes if such heavy rains continue. Even experts do not deny that. This time, pulses are grown on a total area of ​​32,474 hectares in the district. The Ministry of Agriculture has set itself the goal of producing 62,608 quintals of legumes this year. This time Gram 7727 quintals were targeted on 4263 hectares, peas 7318 on 4218 hectares, lentils 21270 on 14143 hectares, Tur 13191 on 8337 hectares, Moong 40 on 64 hectares and 62 quintals on Urd 855 hectares. Nonetheless, the farmers are afraid that the devastation of nature will affect the production of these crops. According to farmers, the pods and flowers of legumes have suffered badly from rain. Due to the unusual rainfall, there is a risk that the sown legumes will rot due to waterlogging in the fields. District Agriculture Officer Mrityunjay Singh said that in order not to damage the legumes, so that water should not be left on the fields. There will be good yields this year. This time the goal was set to produce 62,608 quintals of legumes on 32,474 hectares.

Ghazipur. Because of the drizzle and rain that has been going on for several days, it has started to affect the legumes. Farmers worry about what will happen to their legumes if such heavy rains continue. Even experts do not deny that. This time, pulses are grown on a total area of ​​32,474 hectares in the district. The Ministry of Agriculture has set itself the goal of producing 62,608 quintals of legumes this year. This time Gram 7727 quintals were targeted on 4263 hectares, peas 7318 on 4218 hectares, lentils 21270 on 14143 hectares, Tur 13191 on 8337 hectares, Moong 40 on 64 hectares and 62 quintals on Urd 855 hectares. Nonetheless, the farmers are afraid that the devastation of nature will affect the production of these crops. According to farmers, the pods and flowers of legumes have suffered badly from rain. Due to the unusual rainfall, there is a risk that the sown legumes will rot due to waterlogging in the fields. District Agriculture Officer Mrityunjay Singh said that in order not to damage the legumes, so that water should not be left on the fields. There will be good yields this year. This time the goal was set to produce 62,608 quintals of legumes on 32,474 hectares.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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