Farmers have rolled up their sleeves and speeded up planting of crops in Telangana state, despite the Covid-19 pandemic raging in the country. With an active monsoon, agricultural operations were taken in 85 percent of the normal cultivated area of approximately 1.03 crore acres for the 2020 Vaanakalam season, even though the paddy nurseries are cultivated under irrigation sources. insured. Officials attributed the huge growth in seeded area to increased availability of water resources outside of the Rythu Bandhu incentive, free provision of electricity, and other incentives provided by the state government.
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Authorities from the Department of Agriculture said, “Farmers have undertaken agricultural activities in accordance with the regulated agriculture proposed by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao. As a result, cotton became the main crop exceeding the normal growing area and registering a 121 percent growth in the area planted. a similar phenomenon can be observed in terms of legumes and coarse grains. Meanwhile, paddy cultivation has accelerated, unlike the normal seeded area of 27.25 lakh acres during the Vaanakalam season, paddy cultivation has already been used on around 16.55 lakh acres.
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Officials said the rice nurseries are being grown under secure irrigation sources and transplantation will be in full swing over the next two weeks. They said that all arrangements have been made to keep the required quantities of various crop seeds and fertilizers available to farmers during the monsoon season.
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