Crop Loss: Lack of crops because of heavy rains in Maha

The rains within the month of July have inundated many districts of the state. The drought within the district has ended because of heavy rains. Nevertheless, because of heavy rains in lots of talukas of the district, tons of of hectares of crops have been submerged below water and the farmers have suffered losses. Crops on an space of ​​8 lakh hectares have been broken within the state. In Nanded, three lakh hectares and in Wardha, 1 lakh 30 thousand hectares have been affected.

As a result of heavy rains within the state within the final fortnight, the agricultural crops on an space of ​​about eight lakh hectares of the state have been broken. About 4 thousand hectares of land has been scraped. Chandrapur, Bhandara, Gadchiroli, Nagpur, Wardha, Yavatmal, Amravati, Nanded, Hingoli, Buldhana and many others. districts have suffered essentially the most harm to crops because of heavy rains and subsequent floods.

The agriculture division has made a preliminary estimate of the most important crops like cotton, tur and soybeans. Nanded districts have been hit essentially the most by heavy rains, soybean and fruit crops have been broken in an space of ​​2 lakh 97 thousand hectares. In accordance with authorities knowledge, 1 lakh 31 thousand crops in Wardha districts and 1 lakh 22 thousand hectares in Yavatmal district have been affected.

55 thousand hectares in Chandrapur, 33 thousand hectares in Nagpur, 19 thousand hectares in Bhandara, 13 thousand hectares in Gadchiroli, 7 thousand hectares in Buldhana, 72 thousand hectares in Akola, 27 thousand hectares in Amravati, 16 thousand hectares in Hingoli, 3 thousand hectares in Pune district, 2 thousand hectares in Dhule. , Nashik, two thousand hectares of crops have been affected

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