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Wardha: 20 June :-  Farmers started sowing the saying that there is a strong rain in the district. However, due to heavy rain in last week, sowing has been reported in the danger zone. Meanwhile, the farmers of this sowing area are talking about rain in some areas on Monday. According to the survey conducted by the Agriculture Department in the district, sowing has been completed in the total of 8,87,242 hectares and is currently in danger.

Rainfall in the past eight days has been canceled in some areas on Monday. Half of the district is waiting for rain. They are waiting for the rain due to the sowing of so many people, that the expectations of the farmers coming in tomorrow will come tomorrow. As per the agriculture department’s planned position of farmers waiting for rain, 20% of sowing has been done. Many of these sowing have sprouted and due to absence of rain they are on the path of doing it.

The Agriculture Department has planned to sow 4 lakh 15 thousand 738 hectare this year. Out of which 2 lakh 26 thousand 362 hectare cultivation of cotton will be done by the Agriculture Department. There is a plan to get soybean siege on 1 lakh 17 thousand 675 hectares. Agriculture department was informed that the rest of the fields would be tur, jowar, mung and urida. According to this plan, sown starts from farmers and Kapasi has taken lead. Soya bean and turmeric have been found to be unfavorable. Farmers are said to be looking forward to more sowing for soybean sowing.

Most farmers in the Wardha district of cotton cultivation are taking soyabean. Soybean seeds, which are known as 90 days of crop, require sowing for sowing due to more rain. Despite this, the farmers of Orissa have been sown from the facility. Soybean has been sown on 16,292 hectares in the district today.

Compared to both these fairs, Tur has fallen behind. Since the district has not yet received sowing rain, it has been found that sesame seeds have been sown in about eight thousand hectares. A survey of the Agriculture Department has come up in just 10 hectares of soyabean. If the rain is coming in the coming days, then the agriculture department is of the view that all the food will be sown under the planning.

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