PREMATURE TROUBLES FOR FARMERS

 

Kadapa,Kakinada,April 10,(globelmedianewscom):
Farmers  are facing so many problems due to Untimely rains.Heavy rain has lasted for two hours without gap Inland areas are fully filled with water. Unpredicted rains sank farmers.Papaya and banana plantations have been destroyed in many districts due to floods and hailstones.All mango plantations are scattered .Cutting rice ...The tornado was drenched. Kurnool, Anantapur, Nellore, Srikakulam and YSR Districts rice crops are felled down.The rice flourished in the water.


PREMATURE TROUBLES FOR FARMERS

Farmers are looking for windshields and cereals and paddy grains and paddy crops. The grain was dropped on the field due to hail and floods. Poppay gardens with trees filled with trees in Kurnool, Anantapur and YSR Kadapa districts in Rayalaseema were destroyed. Banana gardens at the stage where the gauge was cut. Onion harvest washed away, sorghum and groundnut crops were damaged. The field officials estimated that 6,600 acres of paddy and 11,500 acres of paddy, maize and sorghum crops were damaged. In the hands of the crops that have already reached the cuttings, there is a nut in some hands. In the hands of a few others who have reached the cuttings, the rains have not been cut off due to heavy rain. In the hands of elderly people, we are trying to protect the rice paddies. This rainfall is likely to be high at risk once again. Rabi paddy is cultivated in about 7.90 lakh acres in delta and neighboring areas and 60 per cent of the crops are grown in the crop. Nearly 300 acres across Cochin are likely to be affected by paddy cultivation. The paddy racks in the hands are drowning in mulberry waters. Alavaram, Uppalaguptham, Amalapuram rural areas have already started cuts. Damage in the slippery hands is much higher. In many places in Mummidivaram and P. Gannavaram constituencies, the heavy rains have been flooded and the cuts in these areas have not yet begun. They went down there. Devadaptham, Moghalaguptham, Alamavaram, Komaragiri Pattanam and Thummalapalli villages in the Allavaram Mandalam are in the hands of cuttings in the hands of the roses and are trying to save them.




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