The last week’s rains in the district have accelerated the work of transplanting. So there is still a 45% seeding balance. Delay in transplanting is likely to affect production.
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Gondia: Due to last week’s rains in the district, the work of transplanting has been accelerated and so far 5% of the planting has been completed. So there is still a 5% seeding balance. Delay in transplanting is likely to affect production.
The Agriculture Department has planned to plant paddy in the district this year for a total of 5,989 hectares. Drought-like conditions were created due to rain. The last week’s rains have given a boost to the crop if the crop is revived. By Saturday, 55 percent of the planting was done in the district. In the same period last year, 95 percent of transplants were completed. However, the rainfall has also been open for the past two days. Due to the lack of strong rainfall in the district, the water collected in the dam is likely to dissipate as well. Percent rainfall deficit is constant. But the irrigation project will still pay 2 percent of District residents are also concerned with the farmers as there are no fields.
Low rainfall in Tiroda taluka
The lowest rainfall so far in the district was recorded in Tiroda taluka. As a result, the percentage of transplanting in this taluka is also low.