Monsoon SamacharAgriculture Weather Expert - Shri. Ramchandra Sable
Monsoon stays weak in the state
The difference in climate change is reflected in this year's monsoon. While some areas have experienced excessive rainfall, a few others are still struggling with lack of it. In the first of monsoon, this has been the dominant trend.
In most parts of Maharashtra, it is likely to rain on July 14. However, due to increased wind pressure between 15 and 19 July, it is less likely to rain. The rainfall in the Western Ghats area and rest of the state will be very low.
1. If there is 65 mm moisture in the soil, sow the crop
2. Castor Seed is important
3. Sesame plantation is likely to be advantageous
4. Inter-work activities should be done
5. Paddy plantation should be done
6. Cut the mustard plantations
Reference: Senior Agricultural Climate expert Dr. Ramchandra Sable
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