Wheat shopping – malls in poor condition: hundreds of quintals of wheat soaked in rain and sprouted after getting moisture

Shahjahanpur. Hundreds of quintals of wheat kept outdoors in shopping malls at Mandis have started to sprout on Thursday due to the 68mm rainy season due to poor weather conditions. Also on Friday, after having been sunny for some time in the morning, the likelihood of the soaked wheat drying out has increased due to the cloud cover, and there is a possibility that it will be spoiled.
In Tilhar Mandi, which is no longer edible, hundreds of quintal wheat were produced. Hundreds of sacks of wheat at the Rosa Mandi got soaked from unusual rainfall, but there was no need to remove and dry them in safe places.
Agronomists also believe that even after the moisture has been removed, the germinated wheat cannot be used in food and can only be used as animal feed.
With the start of government procurement of wheat from April 1, the lifting companies from shopping malls to storage depots were also appointed as transshipment companies. They were contracted on the condition that the wheat taken from farmers in the malls would be transported to godowns or from the railroad shelves to the railroad’s pink siding in 72 hours. Due to the lower number of arrivals, the wheat procurement system in the shopping centers could not be implemented on the third day. Later, the arrival of wheat from the Galla Aadhats to shopping malls increased, but the contractor was negligent in lifting it.
The mall in charge also started placing the wheat in vacancies near the centers instead of pressuring the contractor to lift the wheat onto the staff. In the third week of April, the buoyancy of wheat did not increase, although it rained two mm in poorer weather. Precautions were taken to put the tarpaulin on top of the wheat sacks only, but the sacks of the sacks could not be completely covered. Not only that, three-inch-thick wooden boxes were also placed on the floor under the sacks. As a result, the sacks of wheat stored below were submerged in water due to heavy rainfall for the past two days. This has resulted in potentially hundreds of sacks of wheat being kept outside the second RFC center in Roja Mandi.
So far 2.06 lakh tons of wheat have been procured in the district.
Dr. NC Tripathi, officer in charge of Krishi Vigyan Kendra and senior plant scientist, believes that the quality of bags of wheat sinks that drowned in water is affected by weight loss after the grain shrinks. It will not be possible to use such wheat for seeds. He said drying the germinated wheat will also spoil its taste.
According to Dr. After the germinated wheat has dried, Tripathi is worth giving to the animals as grain by simply mixing it with feed.
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Most of the wheat stored in the centers of the mandis is safe and is quickly transported to the godowns. Due to the lack of space for the storage of wheat, the transport to the godowns was interrupted for a few days, later four private warehouses with a storage capacity of 40,000 tons were rented and the wheat from the centers is stored there. The soaked wheat can be stored after two days of drying in the sun.
-Kamlesh Pandey, District Food Marketing Officer Incharge
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Responsible center for filling wet wheat sacks
Oilseeds Thousands of quintals of wheat, filled with open fields and sacks, got soaked in the wheat procurement centers due to the negligence of the responsible center on the Mandi campus due to two rainy days. After soaking the wheat, sprouts came out in it. After the weather opened on Friday, the wheat was not even spread out to dry, but the sacks began to be filled. By May 20, 1.74,000 quintals of wheat had been procured from local shopping malls. Mandi Committee inspector Pankaj Mishra said wheat is now being shipped quickly. conversation
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Hundreds of quintals of wheat are soaked in the Nigohi region
Nigohi. Due to the negligence of the responsible shopping center, hundreds of quintals of wheat were spoiled by rain in the region. Wheat shopping centers operate in the villages of the region, including the city, Patrajpur, Sanda Khas, Wolle Kalan, Delkhera, Arjunpur, Hathgaon, Byora, Ganpatpur, etc. Responsibility for the operation, maintenance and upkeep of these centers has been transferred to the relevant center. All of these shopping malls run in the open air. The wheat bought is in the open air. It was not arranged to be sent to warehouses or covered with a tarpaulin. There is a possibility of wheat spoilage from rain. conversation

Shahjahanpur. Hundreds of quintals of wheat kept outdoors in shopping malls at Mandis have started to sprout on Thursday due to the 68mm rainy season due to poor weather conditions. Also on Friday, after having been sunny for some time in the morning, the likelihood of the soaked wheat drying out has increased due to the cloud cover, and there is a possibility that it will be spoiled.

In Tilhar Mandi, which is no longer edible, hundreds of quintal wheat were produced. Hundreds of sacks of wheat at the Rosa Mandi got soaked from unusual rainfall, but there was no need to remove and dry them in safe places.

Agronomists also believe that even after the moisture has been removed, the germinated wheat cannot be used in food and can only be used as animal feed.

With the start of government procurement of wheat from April 1, the lifting companies from shopping malls to storage depots were also appointed as transshipment companies. They were contracted on the condition that the wheat taken from farmers in the malls would be transported to godowns or from the railroad shelves to the railroad’s pink siding in 72 hours. Due to the lower number of arrivals, the wheat procurement system in the shopping centers could not be implemented on the third day. Later, the arrival of wheat from the Galla Aadhats to shopping malls increased, but the contractor was negligent in lifting it.

The mall in charge also started placing the wheat in vacancies near the centers instead of pressuring the contractor to lift the wheat onto the staff. In the third week of April, the buoyancy of wheat did not increase, although it rained two mm in poorer weather. Precautions were taken to put the tarpaulin on top of the wheat sacks only, but the sacks of the sacks could not be completely covered. Not only that, three-inch-thick wooden boxes were also placed on the floor under the sacks. As a result, the sacks of wheat stored below were submerged in water due to heavy rainfall for the past two days. This has resulted in potentially hundreds of sacks of wheat being kept outside the second RFC center in Roja Mandi.

So far 2.06 lakh tons of wheat have been procured in the district.

Dr. NC Tripathi, officer in charge of Krishi Vigyan Kendra and senior plant scientist, believes that the quality of bags of wheat sinks that drowned in water is affected by weight loss after the grain shrinks. It will not be possible to use such wheat for seeds. He said drying the germinated wheat will also spoil its taste.

According to Dr. Tripathi, after the germinated wheat has dried, is worth giving the animals fodder as grain by mixing it with fodder.

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Most of the wheat stored in the centers of the mandis is safe and is quickly transported to the godowns. Due to the lack of space for the storage of wheat, the transport to the godowns was interrupted for a few days, later four private warehouses with a storage capacity of 40,000 tons were rented and the wheat from the centers is stored there. The soaked wheat can be stored after two days of drying in the sun.

-Kamlesh Pandey, District Food Marketing Officer Incharge

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Responsible center for filling wet wheat sacks

Oilseeds Thousands of quintals of wheat, filled with open fields and sacks, got soaked in the wheat procurement centers due to the negligence of the responsible center on the Mandi campus due to two rainy days. After soaking the wheat, sprouts came out in it. After the weather opened on Friday, the wheat was not even spread out to dry, but the sacks began to be filled. By May 20, 1.74,000 quintals of wheat had been procured from local shopping malls. Mandi Committee inspector Pankaj Mishra said wheat is now being shipped quickly. conversation

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Hundreds of quintals of wheat are soaked in the Nigohi region

Nigohi. Due to the negligence of the responsible shopping center, hundreds of quintals of wheat were spoiled by rain in the region. Wheat shopping centers operate in the villages of the region, including the city, Patrajpur, Sanda Khas, Wolle Kalan, Delkhera, Arjunpur, Hathgaon, Byora, Ganpatpur, etc. Responsibility for the operation, maintenance and upkeep of these centers has been transferred to the relevant center. All of these shopping malls run in the open air. The wheat bought is in the open air. It is not intended for shipping to warehouses, nor is it covered with a tarpaulin. There is a possibility of wheat spoilage from rain. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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