Drought affected farmers receive fodder donations but farmers’ houses remain closed

Drought affected farmers receive fodder donations but farmers’ houses remain closed. According to an estimate by Agriculture Minister Somayya Kamalay, 80% of the farms in Chutwari district will be affected by drought for the coming few years. “We have no seed stock left as compared to last year. When we harvest maize this year, we must make sure the seeds survive till harvest,” he told reporters. While farmers in Chutwari district get a minimum of Rs 100 a litre, in Kharif district the minimum ration prices were Rs 500. fundas huawei p10 In other districts, farmers have been told that minimum prices are not guaranteed and that they must pay for the crops in advance. fundas samsung galaxy a3 The situation is worsening. fundas samsung galaxy s10e There have been several reports of people selling vegetables they have collected from their homes or selling fruits to shopkeepers for cash. fundas samsung galaxy note10 But, agriculture and industry minister Yousuf Alani 더킹카지노says the government is only giving rice, wheat, sugar, pulses, barley, cassava, beans, vegetables, fruits and fruits juices. fundas huawei y6 2018 “If people do not have rice, they will have vegetables or fruits,” Alani told PTI. For several years, agricultural and industrial production are being severely hurt as the monsoon rains have become less frequent and the monsoon-sensitive crops like wheat, sugarcane and potatoes do not ripen.

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