Paddy Crop Benefits From Rain

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Gauriganj/Jagdishpur (Amethi). The district is witnessing a mixed effect of intermittent rain since Tuesday evening. Due to this, where the faces of the farmers cultivating paddy have blossomed, the air is flying on the faces of those cultivating vegetables.
It was not raining in the district for the last several days. Due to the hot sun and the temperature being above normal, the condition of the crops was drying up. Most of the farmers were applying water to the fields due to lack of water in the fields. This increased the cost of cultivation. It has been raining in various areas of the district since Tuesday evening, giving life to the paddy crop.
Dr. RK Anand, President and Senior Scientist of Krishi Vigyan Kendra Kathora told that at this time it is raining at the appropriate time. It will have a very good effect on the crops. Production cost will come down. According to the weather forecast, there is a possibility of light to moderate rain in different areas of the district for the next two-three days. The weather will remain pleasant as the temperature drops.
Agricultural scientist Dr. Ashok Singh told that this rain will also benefit pulse crops like tur. According to scientist Dr. OP Singh, this rain will improve the yield of paddy.
Farmer Vijay Kumar Singh of Chiluli village said that the paddy crop will be benefited by the rains. In the vacant fields sufficient moisture will be available for sowing of mustard. Hari Prasad Tiwari of the entire Dharadhari village said that at present the paddy crop is in the state of thaw. This rain will have a better effect on production.
The hard work of the farmers of many villages of the district has been completely washed away. There has been heavy damage to vegetable crops. Farmers had to plow their fields due to non-availability of vegetables during the lockdown last year.
The crops of tomato, pumpkin, ladyfinger, cauliflower, cabbage, cucumber, brinjal, French bean, chilli, have been damaged due to incessant rains. Niyawan residents Srichand Maurya, Prem Chand Maurya, Guru Baksh Maurya etc. told that all of them cultivate brinjal, luffa, gourd pumpkin, ladyfinger, chilli tomato etc. In the rain, the entire cost got mixed in the soil.

Gauriganj/Jagdishpur (Amethi). The district is witnessing a mixed effect of intermittent rain since Tuesday evening. Due to this, where the faces of the farmers cultivating paddy have blossomed, the air is flying on the faces of those cultivating vegetables.

It was not raining in the district for the last several days. Due to the hot sun and the temperature being above normal, the condition of the crops was drying up. Most of the farmers were applying water to the fields due to lack of water in the fields. This increased the cost of cultivation. It has been raining in various areas of the district since Tuesday evening, giving life to the paddy crop.

Dr. RK Anand, President and Senior Scientist of Krishi Vigyan Kendra Kathora told that at this time it is raining at the appropriate time. It will have a very good effect on the crops. Production cost will come down. According to the weather forecast, there is a possibility of light to moderate rain in different areas of the district for the next two-three days. The weather will remain pleasant as the temperature drops.

Agricultural scientist Dr. Ashok Singh told that this rain will also benefit pulse crops like tur. According to scientist Dr. OP Singh, this rain will improve the yield of paddy.

Farmer Vijay Kumar Singh of Chiluli village said that the paddy crop will be benefited by the rains. In the vacant fields sufficient moisture will be available for sowing of mustard. Hari Prasad Tiwari of the entire Dharadhari village said that at present the paddy crop is in the state of thaw. This rain will have a better effect on production.

The hard work of the farmers of many villages of the district has been completely washed away. There has been heavy damage to vegetable crops. Farmers had to plow their fields due to non-availability of vegetables during the lockdown last year.

The crops of tomato, pumpkin, ladyfinger, cauliflower, cabbage, cucumber, brinjal, French bean, chilli, have been damaged due to incessant rains. Niyawan residents Srichand Maurya, Prem Chand Maurya, Guru Baksh Maurya etc. told that all of them cultivate brinjal, luffa, gourd pumpkin, ladyfinger, chilli tomato etc. In the rain, the entire cost got mixed in the soil.

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