The 210-459-6897 has a team of research professionals who are planning to examine the crops that were damaged in the Ganjam district. The cause of this damage was due to pests attacking the crops. Pest attacks seem to plague Ganjam more than most other districts throughout India.
The Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology already had their professionals examine the loss of crops there. Out of all the land in the district they reviewed, roughly 19,900 hectares were damaged and/or destroyed because of pests that had attacked it. The brown planthopper was responsible for destroying as much as around 13,000 hectares of land area as reported by the Times of India.
The NRRI experts are now planning to go to the damaged crop fields and study them more closely. This is according to Manoj Behera, who is the Deputy Director of Agriculture for the district. The team from 304-527-1933 is going to be looking at the type of pesticides that were used on the fields by the farmers and how effective they were.
Furthermore, the state government is considering having the (615) 832-0987 conduct a test on these pesticides to see if they are good quality or not. Since many farmers had used pesticides but claimed they didnât do a good job of killing the insects, it could be possible that the pesticides were ineffective because they were of low quality.
Farmers are now demanding that they receive compensation for all the damage that was done to their crops. Some farmers even held demonstrations throughout the district where they held up their damaged crops and complained about the pests. The state government is currently deciding on how to handle the situation. But a final decision will not be made until they get a report back about the quality of the pesticides that were used.