Unseasonal Rain Hits Rabi Crops: For the last two days, once again, unseasonal rains in Maharashtra have caused a lot of damage to Rabi crops and fruit orchards. After destroying the onion and pomegranate orchards of Nashik district, now this unseasonal rain has travelled towards the areas of Konkan.
Here, not Rabi crops ( Rabi Crops ) but mango and cashew ( Mango & Cashew ) orchards are affected. It remains hot in the morning for two days, and the winds become cold till noon, then it becomes cloudy, and It starts raining. Due to this, the farmers of mango and cashew orchards coming in the new season are suffering a lot.
Unseasonal Rain Hits Rabi Crops
Unseasonal rains in Nashik, Dhule and Jalgaon districts on Tuesday caused significant damage to the Rabi crops of farmers before marching towards Konkan on Wednesday. The farmers demanded that the Panchnama of their loss be done immediately and compensated for their failure.
Farmers are already suffering the loss of continuous change in weather. There doesn’t seem to be any solution to this season’s woes. It has started raining in Konkan from Wednesday evening.
Everything got washed away in water in half an hour, now what is left.
The city of Sindhudurg and its surroundings started raining with strong winds from noon on Wednesday. It happened as predicted by the Meteorological Department. Lightning struck, clouds roared, and it started raining. The roads became watery within half an hour of the start of the rain. How much damage has been caused to the mango orchards due to this? Farmers are now estimating this loss.
The rain turned the water on the expectations; the grape growers suffered a significant loss.
Most of the havoc of this unseasonal rain has wreaked havoc on the grape growers. Till now, the grape growers have been patient. In just a few days, the grapes were left to be plucked, and the sudden rain dashed the hopes. Now the grape growing farmers of Nashik district have become entirely desperate.
Even before this, farmers have suffered a lot due to unseasonal rains. On the one hand, the prices are falling continuously. Farmers are not getting the right price for their products; on the other hand, crops and fruits are getting spoiled due to this sky disaster.
There is an outcry among the farmers – the weather, the market, the ministers are hit.
Farmers are being hit from all sides. One, he is struck by his circumstances. Second, the season is hitting, third, the government is not helping, fourth, the prices of the products are falling in the market.