As per the rainfall report from the meteorology department of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University (Hisar), Haryana has reported 26.1mm rainfall in the past 24 hours. A maximum of 67.3mm rainfall was reported in Kaithal, 66.3mm in Kurukshetra, 57.8mm in Ambala, 49.1mm in Karnal, and 45.3mm in Yamunanagar.
Agricultural losses from the southwest monsoon rains enhanced by typhoon “Fabian” has reached P285.73 million, the Department of Agriculture (DA) said Tuesday, July 27. The agricultural losses and damage covered a total of 16,336 hectares (ha) of agricultural areas in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), Ilocos region, Central Luzon, Calabarzon, Mimaropa, Bicol Region, and Western Visayas. A total of 11,898 farmers were affected.
There has been a deluge of rain in Belgium recently. It's had disastrous consequences for the fruit and vegetable farming sector. The damage to cherries and full soil fruit and vegetables, in particular, has been immense. "There's been a tremendous amount of rain in the heart of Belgian cherry-growing country.
The enormous amount of rain that has fallen in Western Europe in recent days has caused rivers to burst their banks and wash away buildings in Belgium and Germany, where at least 1,300 remained missing. Homes and streets in the Netherlands also flooded. The weather also had disastrous consequences for the fruit and vegetable sector.
Farmers fear that if monsoon continues to play truant, it will reduce the yield of Kharif crops and drive up the input cost. As per the India Meteorological Department, the rainfall recorded in Haryana in the month of July has been 34% below normal so far. The state only received 58mm of scattered rainfall against the normal (87.4mm) this month.
Early monsoon rains have damaged maize crops in Bihar’s Seemanchal and Kosi regions with farmers looking for solace in higher procurement prices for the crop this year due to higher demand. A 55-year-old farmer, Ramadhar Chauhan of Gogarh village in Purnia, said, “Rains came at a time when we were drying our harvest on the road.
The Arkansas Farm Bureau is reporting widespread devastation in Southeastern Arkansas counties. The AFB says an early survey of the damage shows more than $300,000,000 in crop losses after heavy rains flooded farms in the region. “It seems like these 100 year events occur every two years now,” said Jay Coker, a farmer in Arkansas Co.
Compared to last year, the mango crop may have seen a nearly 80% drop in production this season. Principal scientist at the ICAR-Central Coastal Agricultural Research Institute, AR Desai said that change in weather patterns, the extended rain last year and the lack of availability of good quality grafts for the propagation of the crop has led to poor production of the king of fruits.
Heavy rains hit all parts of Anantapur and caused massive damage to crops and disrupted life all over. The south-west monsoon entry brought along whirlwinds and heavy rains in the state. Heavy rains were recorded in most parts of Anantapur district. More than 12 cm rainfall was recorded in BK Samudram mandal and 10 cm rainfall in NP Kunta and Puttaparthi and Anantapur for the past couple of days.
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