The Central Meteorological Department has predicted that there will be rain with storm in many parts of the country for the next ten days. Following this, the Agriculture Department has issued an advisory on measures to be followed by farmers. Rain has been forecast in the states of Central India, North India and West India, including Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, which has hampered harvesting of important food grains including wheat and chickpeas, which have grown in the fallow.
Even if harvesting is done, it is difficult, and if it is not done, it is a loss. Experts said that adverse weather conditions will affect not only crop damage but also crop quality.
Forecast for the state
The Meteorological Department has predicted rain in the state on March 19 and 20 in the wake of a cyclone at a height of 900 meters above sea level from the interior of Tamil Nadu to the central part of Madhya Pradesh. Apart from the coastal districts of the state, some north and south interior districts are likely to experience rain on Sunday and Monday.
Ma. On 19th, it will rain in the south interior Bangalore city and rural, Chamarajanagar, Chikkaballapur, Chitradurga, Hassan, Kodagu, Kolar, Mysore, Ramanagara and Tumkur districts. Ma. The weather department has predicted rain in Chamarajanagar, Kolar, Mysore and Ramanagara on 20th. Some parts of Bidar, Kalaburagi, Kopal, Raichur, Vijayanagar, Yadgiri districts of northern interior will receive light rain on March 19.
Which crops are damaged?
Many crops including wheat, chickpea, mango, banana, grapes, watermelon, coffee, chilli, lime, maize have been damaged and the farmers are in trouble.
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