Panthak is facing the threat of crop failure and that is why Sarpanch and leading farmers of all the villages of Panthak reached Talala Mamlatdar office and filed a complaint. The demand of the farmers is that the saffron mango crop should be included in the insurance
Mavtha has had a severe impact on the farmers. At that time, the wave of anxiety has also returned among the farmers of Talala Gir Panthak, which is considered as the stronghold of saffron mango. Farmers are fearing that the saffron curry crop will fail completely.
Farmers submitted application form at Talala Mamlatdar office
Panthak is facing the threat of crop failure and that is why Sarpanch and leading farmers of all the villages of Panthak reached Talala Mamlatdar office and filed a complaint. The demand of the farmers is that the saffron mango crop should be included in the insurance and the damage to the mango crop caused by Mawtha should be assessed and appropriate assistance should be announced. The saffron mango crop has failed due to unseasonal rains.
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The saffron mango crop has been wiped out in Talala Gir Panthak which is the stronghold of saffron mango in Gir Somnath district. Even in that only 25 percent of the crop was left. It is difficult to get mangoes in the market due to rain and hail. Heavy quantity of mangoes fell and all the mangoes got black spots. Farmers having saffron mango orchards. Demanding proper help from the government
This time in Gir, flowering came in three to four stages and the mangoes fell gradually due to various weather conditions, although 25 to 30 percent of the saffron mangoes remained in the orchards, but the saffron mangoes have withered and turned black due to frost and hail.
The weather has damaged the mango crop in Gir Garhda and Jungle Border area of Gir Somanath district. Due to which mangoes will reach the market 15 to 20 days late. The market price of mangoes will also be high as 50 percent of the crop is destroyed. This time, there is not only strong wind in Mawtha, but also hail. Due to which the flowering on mango has been damaged. Due to the cold and wet weather, the blooms have fallen. Small mangoes have also fallen.
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