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Delayed rain shower spell effecting the crops in rural areas

Subodh Bhasin. Dated: 10/12/2017 8:13:15 AM

Subodh Bhasin
Jammu, Oct 11
The delayed dry spell has brought about dry season conditions and influenced the rural yield as rains are crucial for the period vital for agrarian movement.
This year the mansoon season in Jammu and Kshmir was on September 2, 2017 which is 16 days earlier before the ordinary withdrawal timing as expected, resulting into shortfall in rains considered to be necessary for crops especially world popular Basmati developed in border ranges of Jammu.
The drawn out drought caused by early withdrawal of storm has landed a farmers Jammu in hardship without downpours the water level of River Chenab and all the real waterways, which give water system office to immense horticultural land, has drained radically.
The all the more stressing perspective is that Indian Meteorological Department doesn't perceive any prompt change in the overall climate conditions in any event for another 10-15 days. The effect caused by early withdrawal of storm can be gaged from the way that by and large the water level of River Chenab amid September-October remains 22 feet to 23 feet at Akhnoor yet this year the water level has exhausted impressively to several feet feet during thi period. Since all the four waterways Ranbir Canal, New Pratap Canal, Ranjan Canal and Pargwal Canal, which give water system offices to the whole horticultural land in Jammu, get water from River Chenab the consumption of water level in the stream has additionally prompted phenomenal low level of water release in these trenches.
The Irrigation Department can lift water in these trenches from Chenab just when the water level stays at the mark or more accordingly just less amount of water is by and by being redirected to these four waterways in this manner making intense shortage of water for horticultural exercises.
Those ranchers who need water from Ranbir Canal for harvesting are the suffering most as such the more stressing viewpoint is that Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) doesn't perceive any quick change in the overall climate conditions at any rate for another weeks.

 

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