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Jharkhand Due to less rain, cultivation could not be done on 85 percent of the land, like drought in Jharkhand circumstances

New Delhi/ Jharkhand seems to be moving towards drought. In fact, there has been 45 per cent less rainfall in the state, due to which crops could not be sown on 85 per cent cultivable land. The figures that have come out are frightening. As of July 21, Kharif crops have been sown only on 4.15 lakh hectares of 28.27 lakh hectares of land in Jharkhand, which is only 14.71 percent of the cultivable land.
CM Soren expressed concern
According to reports, in July of the year 2022, this figure was 20.40 percent. This is the season for sowing paddy. Paddy is sown on 18 lakh hectares of land in the state. But so far paddy has been sown only on 11.20 percent of the land. In Jharkhand, there has been a delay in the arrival of monsoon rains in the last few years, due to which the kharif crop cycle has started getting delayed. Chief Minister Hemant Soren has also expressed concern over this. During a program, the CM said that 'due to climate change, farmers need to change their farming methods'.

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