All India Monsoon 01 June to 13 July, 2021 Actual: 263.1 mm Normal: 279.8 mm Percentage Departure from Normal: -5.97 %
One Fasal Salah user Shri Gauri Shankar Patidar of Ujjain district in Madhya Pradesh reported that he had to sow soybeans twice this year due to deficient rains in the area and failed germination.
Another Fasal Salah user Shri Yogendra Singh of Khandwa district in Madhya Pradesh told that crop was suffering because of delayed monsoon . Recent showers on 10th and 11th of July have provided some respite. He reduced the soybean area by half as compared to last year.
A farmer from Vidisha district of Madhya Pradesh said that more than half of the plants are facing issues like yellowing or drying of leaves. He will shift to other crops like moong and has reduced sowing area from previous year.
Similar sentiments were echoed by several other farmers in his own village.
Ghanshyam Singh, a soybean farmer from Ujjain district reported that he has sown the soybean seeds in same area as in previous years but growth of crop is disappointing him due to lack of rainfall.
Soya crop in MP is going to be much lower on account of lower acreage as well as deficient monsoon so far.
Weather forecasts for next 15 days does not offer any hope for reversal of the trend.
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