Search This Website

Thursday, 21 May 2020

Saurashtra farmers hit by low crop prices, now after Corona's disaster

In Gujarat, when the corona is not taking the name of stopping, now there is a plague of locusts. So far there has been a locust terror in the border areas of the state. Now, for the first time, farmers in Saurashtra are worried about locust swarms.

According to the information received, locusts have reached Surendranagar district. Here in the seam of Shiyani village of Limbdi taluka, a swarm of locusts is flying in the sky. Whose video has also gone viral. Curiosity has arisen among the people who see locusts in Shiyani of Limbdi taluka. So people are playing the plate in the seam, shouting and flying locusts.

There are reports of locust strikes in Nasitpur and Motidharai villages of Vallabhipur taluka of Bhavnagar. Concerns have spread among farmers as locusts infest the fields. Suddenly a swarm of locusts descended on the fields at night. So a cloud of troubles has fallen on the farmers.

Speaking of other districts, locust swarms have appeared in Satek village of Halwad taluka of Morbi district. Locust terror has been seen in New Ishanpur, Ranmalpur, Dhanad, Malniad, Old Ishanpur villages. There are fears that locusts have damaged many crops, including sesame. As soon as this was reported, the agriculture officials immediately rushed to the spot and planned to spray the locusts during the night to destroy the locusts.

The ocean is also a crisis for farmers. Locust infestation has also been observed in Mahisagar district. Locusts have invaded the border of Khanpur taluka of Mahisagar. The TDO is taking steps to find a suitable solution by meeting with the farmers. At present goods including medicine have been delivered to the villages by the system. ef

The news of relief is that the locust control department is now engaged in locust control operations as the number of locust swarms is small. The area where the locusts have come is currently being sprayed by the Control Department of the Government of India.

Read in Gujarati

No comments:

Post a comment