Bastar: Changing weather in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh has increased the concern of the farmers. Due to the change in the weather of Bastar for the last two days, there has been dense cloud cover, as well as drizzle has started in many areas. Due to this changing weather, there is every possibility of damage to the standing crop.
Here, in many rural areas of the district, the villagers have not yet started harvesting. In such a situation, due to the sudden change in the weather, now the concern of the farmers has started showing. Let us tell you that this changing weather has put the farmers of Bastar, who are already facing the brunt of the rain, in more trouble. According to the Meteorological Department official, there is a full possibility of rain in Bastar for the coming 5 days.
There may be a further drop in temperature
According to the information received from the Meteorological Department, a depression is located over the Bay of West Central Bengal and adjoining South West Bengal Bay. Along with this, a cyclonic circulation of upper air lies up to 4.5 km height. Due to this effect, since Thursday, November 11, one or two places of Bastar are getting drizzle with light rain and thundershower. The minimum temperature is likely to increase in the state.
Farmers may face difficulties
At the same time, along with the entire Bastar division, there is a possibility of rain with dense cloud cover for the next 5 to 6 days in South Chhattisgarh. Here, since yesterday, there has been dense cloud cover in Bastar and light rain has also started. The farmers of Bastar are worried the most due to the rain.
In fact, the new crop is harvested in the month of November and except in some places, harvesting has not been started in Bastar district and division till now. In such a situation, if it rains, there is every possibility of termites and insects falling in the crop. At the same time, there is no remedy and means to protect it. Let us inform that the farmers of Bastar, who have already suffered from scanty rainfall, are very upset due to unseasonal rains.
first published:Nov. 13, 2021, 3:19 p.m.