Gandhinagar, 9 March 2020
The air department has predicted rain in Saurashtra and northern Gujarat as a result of ceasefire on farmers again on the dusty day of March 10, 2020 in the state. With the arrival of a new satellite, weather forecasts have begun to come true. The forecasts came true on March 5 and 6, 2020, and the farmers and merchants of 60 talukas suffered huge losses. Three seasons were realized for the people and for the cultivation crops.
Where the damage was done in 60 talukas, it is now clear from the rainfall data of the agriculture department and the weather department. The rains with heavy winds have dampened the crop. The crops of tall plants like wheat, castor, ryodo, greenery, cotton have been grounded.
The monsoon rains often fall after the monsoon. Therefore, farmers have to suffer yearly losses in winter, summer and monsoon. Rainfall on March 5 and 6 caused heavy damage to 50 talukas. 20 The crop and the fruit orchards have been badly damaged. The farmers surveyed are demanding compensation from the government.
Cyclonic circulation is once again active in Rajasthan. It will be heat-cold.
The minimum temperature for March 13 is 12-15 degrees and the maximum temperature is 32 degrees. The minimum temperature in the city of Ahmedabad next week will be 17 degrees and maximum temperature 33 degrees. Surat will have a temperature of 30 degrees, Rajkot 14 to 32 degrees. Valsad, Dwarka, Porbandar, Kutch, Banaskantha are expected to receive light rain on March 10. The deficient rainfall does not leave the chase, it has proved to be a drought and famine for the farmers.
60 talukas in the vat of nature
About 50 talukas were damaged in the rains on March 5-6. Palanpur, Vadgam, Tharad, Unja, Patan, Sidhpur, Vadnagar, Bahucharaji, Dhanera, Wav, Deesa, Halvad, Kalyanpur, Dwarka, Nakhatrana, Abdasa, Lakhpar, Mandvi, Bhujal, Bhavnagar, Songha, Pandhat, Songkad, Shukadh, Shukadh, Shwadh Sami, Harij, Shankeshwar, Gandevi, Amreli’s Big Barman, Chotara, Nana Barman, Diu, Lunawada, Khanpur and Santrampur, Navsari’s Chikhali, Aravalli’s Malpur and Megharaj, Himmatnagar, Eder, Vadali, Mahisagar district. Edabrahma, talala, Kodinar, Veraval, Mangrol, Jasdan, Atkot, Vadodara, Unjha, vijapura, Rajpipla, the bahucaraji, satalasana.
What a loss from the rains on 5-6 March 2020
Which crop damage?
Winter crops are under way to harvest and harvest. The last cotton weave was left. Apart from this, the fields have been subjected to severe damage to tobacco, greenery, wheat, coriander, chickpeas, mustard, cumin, chickpeas, sava, castor, mango, ghana, summer peanuts, vegetables and rice and horticultural crops.
Due to the monsoon rains, the standing crop of wheat was damped down.
Damage to Kerry
On March 5, the easternmost villages and forests, including Ahwa, Carpenter, Borkhal, Chinchli of Dang district, received the lowest rainfall. The standing crops and the merchants’ goods were lost. The mango orchards of Chikhali, Navsari and Valsad are on the mango crop where major damage has been adversely affected. Mango is real or its growth has slowed down as it dries. Diu, Gir Somnath, Kodinar, Talala, Kodinar have extensive damage to mango crop.
Cumin is gone
The downfall of the March 5 rains has left traders with a good deal of damage to agricultural produce, including cumin, and the farmers who have fled the APMC market. As the cumin was sold, the farmers’ goods disappeared along the way. Extremely sensitive cumin is exposed to moisture and it has become black with rain. The disease is beginning to appear.
The rains accompanied by thunderstorms have led to the cultivation of crops like wheat, castor, rhizome and greenery.
Mites and diseases
Diseases of pests have increased in vertical crops as moisture levels in the atmosphere increase. So the dose of the extra medication is going to cost.
In many areas including Lunawada, Khanpur and Santrampur of Mahisagar district, rains of wheat, maize and millet have deteriorated considerably.
Tobacco is harmed in Anand district.
The crops like paddy, sugarcane, chiku, mango have been badly damaged in Navsari, Surat, Valsad. Paddy plants went down due to heavy winds. The paddy crop has started decaying due to rain water harvest. The paddy is darkened. So that farmers do not get prices.