Yas – ‘Yas’ broke the back of the vegetable grower

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Mohammadabad The ‘Yas’ storm destroyed vegetable cultivation. Water was felled on the farms of Parwal in the Muhammadabad region. Vegetable fields are full of water. In such a situation, the vegetable growers broke their backs. In such a situation, farmers hope for help from the government. The Yas storm in the Corona period devastated people. The farmers had cultivated parwal by taking out loans. There is water in the fields due to rain. Farmers who grow green vegetables like pumpkin, nanua, okra, cucumber, bitter gourd, green chili peppers, taroi, caves, etc. are concerned. His harvest is about to rot. Farmers say that due to the corona, the vegetables grown in our fields have not run out. He kind of made a living selling them for a quarter for one. Now the excessive rainfall has ruined those crops too. The pear harvest is 100 percent damaged. In the Kareil area, 25 percent of the onion was at risk of rotting due to water accumulation in the rear onion field.

Mohammadabad The ‘Yas’ storm destroyed vegetable cultivation. Water was felled on the farms of Parwal in the Muhammadabad region. Vegetable fields are full of water. In such a situation, the vegetable growers broke their backs. In such a situation, farmers hope for help from the government. The Yas storm in the Corona period devastated people. The farmers had cultivated parwal by taking out loans. There is water in the fields due to rain. Farmers who grow green vegetables like pumpkin, nanua, okra, cucumber, bitter gourd, green chili peppers, taroi, caves, etc. are concerned. His harvest is about to rot. Farmers say that due to the corona, the vegetables grown in our fields have not run out. He kind of made a living selling them for a quarter for one. Now the excessive rainfall has ruined those crops too. The pear harvest is 100 percent damaged. In the Kareil area, 25 percent of the onion was at risk of rotting due to water accumulation in the rear onion field.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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