In Rajasthan, summer will save millions of crores of rupees, read news and you will not even believe
Even if the common man is scorching with constant increase in maximum Taman, the gruesome heat has saved millions of rupees from the farmers of Shekhawati.
Even if the common man is scorching with constant increase in maximum Taman, the gruesome heat has saved millions of rupees from the farmers of Shekhawati. Due to heavy sunlight, the land of the fields was ready to burn, and now sowing will start with rain. During sowing, farmers will not have to spend rupees for urea and pesticides. Due to weed destruction in summer fields, organic farming along with environment will also be encouraged. The Agriculture Department also believes that due to the long period of summer the monsoon will get good rainfall and the crops will get good temperature during sowing, which will have the effect of production. It is worth mentioning that in Sikar district this year, the estimated sowing of kharif is being estimated at around three lakh hectares.
In the upper surface of the ground three-four inch insect moth remains. Upon plowing in the summer season, the soil of the surface of the bottom comes up. This destroys insect moths. A farmer uses an average of six to seven thousand rupees urea and fertilizer in a bigha during sowing. Farmers believe that due to the high duration of summer this year, about 30 percent of the pesticide and fertilizer has been saved. In Kharif season, 17/21 thousand metric tonnes of urea and other fertilizers are used in the district.
Emphasis on native millet
There is a gap of about one month between the pre-monsoon and monsoon rains. In this case, domestic seeds are better in place of bajra hybrid seeds for animal feed. Although the yield of native millet is less than that of sakara millet but more than doubling animal feed. The native millet yields in about three and a half months and hybrid millet in two to two and a half months.
Look at the rain
Seeing the first week of June and seeing the earth being satiated, the farmers have started laying the soil slopes in the fields. The reason for this is that by placing the fields in the fields, the rain water will easily go into the ground.
In Kharif season, 17 to 21 thousand metric tonnes of fertilizer is consumed in the district. This time, due to the length of the summer period, the farmers are estimated to be saving around 25 to 30 per cent.
Hardev Singh Bajia, Agricultural Research Officer – Plowing in summer season will reduce the per-bigha cost of farmers. At the same time, the income of the farmer will also increase due to rain on time.
Heat is 45 days long
In the last 45 days, due to the severe heat and lack of rain, the harmful bacteria, bacteria and fungus have ended. Due to excessive heat, the overflow and termite outbreak has ended. At this time the sowing of groundnut has started in irrigated areas. Farmers believe that if the ekson of monsoon pre-monsoon rains in the first fortnight of June then sowing of indigenous millet will also start.