LOSSES TO SALT FARMERS

 

Ongole,May 12,(globelmedianews.com):
Untold rains evaporate the hopes of salt farmers. Salt in the furrows of the bush was destroyed by the salt-producing streams. Farmers have expressed their disadvantage with unprecedented loss of rains during the last three years as the expectation of the salt harvest is even better. Farmers have expressed their displeasure with the untimely rainfall that the yield of salt is expected to be good in three years. According to salt officials and farmers, there was a loss of Rs 5 lakh in Vazhappukkuthur manual alone. Farmers say that the salt lamps have been rained with fresh rains and have lost their lives in the past.


LOSSES TO SALT FARMERS

Sugarcane crop is spread over 350 acres of land in Kondavoor, Nagarampally, and Pundi Gully. 520 farmers and workers are working on the salt industry. A farmer earns up to Rs. 45 thousand in April, May, and June. In the next few years, sales were likely to come in spite of untimely rainfall. The merchants did not come up to buy salt salts. Soldiers and farmers say that there was a loss of Rs 5 lakh in Vazhrukkuthur Mandal. The salt lamps have been rained with fresh rains and the farmers have lost their lives in the past. 520 farmers and workers are working on the salt industry. A farmer earns up to Rs. 45 thousand in April, May, and June. In the next few years, sales were likely to come in spite of untimely rainfall. The merchants did not come up to buy salt salts. This was initially damaging to farmers. Each farmer has estimated a loss of around Rs 2,000 per rainfall. In Vajarpukkuthur Mandal, salt produces about 675 tonnes of salt annually. From here to Odisha. This year's export halves. In this context, the bankers want the government to reimburse them and grant compensation to the loss of salt crop to provide input subsidy to the paddy.

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