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    Grain of the matter

    The sharp decrease in the government’s wheat inventories this year is neither unexpected nor a matter of concern. Though the quantity of wheat in the official grain coffers has declined to 28.5 million tonnes, the lowest since 2008, it is still about a million tonnes higher than the stocks needed to be held as buffer and strategic reserves for food security purposes. Besides, there is no dearth of wheat in the market despite record exports and liberal shipments to other countries on humanitarian grounds. About 1.8 million tonnes of wheat was sent to about a dozen countries, including Bangladesh and Afghanistan, even after the imposition of the…

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    Deficient rainfall likely to hit kharif output in Uttar Pradesh

    &#13 &#13 &#13 Practically three months following the monsoon entered Uttar Pradesh, 71 of the 75 districts of the condition have acquired deficient rainfall, signaling a weak monsoon that can adversely impact the Kharif crop production. &#13 Uttar Pradesh Main Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday mentioned an motion system, in the wake of the deficit rainfall, must be geared up. &#13 In accordance to the IMD, of the 75 Uttar Pradesh districts, 71 have been given deficient rainfall between June 1 and July 15. Kaushambi is the driest, getting 98 for every cent a lot less rainfall. (This tale has not been edited by Small business Common workers and is…

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    Bihar, Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh see lag in paddy acreage

    &#13 &#13 &#13 &#13 The southwest monsoon has picked up tempo strongly throughout most sections of the state, but sowing of paddy — the foodgrain developed the most during the kharif year — has nevertheless not retained pace. &#13 &#13 1 most important motive for the shortfall in acreage till July 8 could be significantly less than regular rains in the early section of the year, which has delayed planting of the crop, as paddy fields need a excellent volume of drinking water for wholesome planting. A change in the direction of other competing crops could be yet another aspect.&#13 &#13 There is nevertheless time, and paddy planting in some…

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    From Rs 20K to Rs 25 lakh for every yr, unbelievable journey of J&K fruit grower

    &#13 &#13 &#13 &#13 Bharova, Khalo and Shanatra villages in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bhaderwah, which were after deemed poverty-stricken because of to recurring drought, have made a mark in the horticulture sector by rising exotic Italian pears with a yearly manufacturing of about 1.5 metric tonnes. &#13 &#13 Compared with other destinations in the hilly Chenab valley region where by farmers take into consideration growing fruits as a subsidiary exercise and in its place like maize, paddy and fodder for cattle, horticulture has emerged as a viable livelihood selection for farmers who taken care of it at par with farming.&#13 &#13 The seeds of favourable development were sown when Haji…

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    ‘A Good deal of Folks Feel We’re Performing This Just for Very first Nations Men and women. We’re Not’

    &#13 This write-up is aspect of a Tyee Provides initiative. Tyee Presents is the particular sponsored articles portion within The Tyee in which we emphasize contests, situations and other initiatives that are possibly place on by us or by our pick out companions. The Tyee does not and can’t vouch for or endorse products marketed on The Tyee. We choose our associates thoroughly and consciously, to fit with The Tyee’s status as B.C.’s House for Information, Culture and Answers. Master more about Tyee Presents right here. &#13 What Are the Land Awards? Introduced by the Genuine Estate Basis of BC, the Land Awards celebrate management, innovation and collaboration in sustainable,…

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    What the Federal Government’s Aquaculture News Means for Wild Fish

    The federal government has signalled it will be winding down British Columbia’s open-net pen salmon aquaculture industry — but conservationists worry the slow rollout could still have disastrous results on wild fish. And some say a several-year-long phase out could spell the extinction of certain Pacific salmon species. Announcements, Events & more from Tyee and select partners Cover the Landscape of Work for The Tyee We’re looking for a stellar journalist to join our team. Applications open until July 17. New Opportunities for Early Career Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to offer two paid fellowships. Applications are open. On Wednesday federal Minister…