This year the monsoon rains (Monsoon 2022) will be normal, which will have a good effect on the crops of the farmers. But when it comes to Pre-Monsoon, there has been very little rain in 20 states.
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Many estimates are being made regarding the monsoon (Monsoon 2022) that this year the monsoon rains will be normal, which will have a good effect on the crops of the farmers. But if we talk about Pre-Monsoon 2022, then the rainfall before the arrival of the monsoon has been very less.
If we look at the data of the India Meteorological Department from March 1 to April 25, then 20 states of India have registered a significant reduction in pre-monsoon rains.
According to experts, the lack of rainfall in Pre-Monsoon 2022 can have an effect on seasonal fruits and vegetables. Apart from this, the sowing of Kharif crops and water levels in dams may also pose a threat.
Let us inform you that the 11 percent quota is fulfilled annually by the Pre-Monsoon 2022 rain, but this time there has been no rain at all in many river basins or there has been a severe shortage in many areas.
Data shows that till April 24, there has been no rain or very little rain in the river basin of Maharashtra.
If we look at the data, there has been a reduction of 60 to 100 percent in the pre-Monsoon 2022 rainfall.
Experts say that the effect of pre-monsoon rains is being seen in the environment as well as in the agriculture sector because hot winds are blowing more.
Along with this, the temperature has increased a lot, due to which the seasonal vegetables and fruits are getting spoiled. At the same time, sugarcane and cotton crops are also getting affected.
Apart from these, the sowing of Kharif crops is also being affected. The Meteorological Department says that due to the lack of pre-monsoon rains, additional pressure may increase on the dam to supply water to the fields.
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