Farmers got relief from the locust swarm, but ..
Farmers are afraid of border areas of Banaskantha district that when the locusts will emerge from the eggs, they will ruin their crop. However, the farmers have now got relief from the locust swarm because the government sent teams to know about it. Officers of the Central Team and District Agriculture Department are engaged in the control of locust control for the villages of Waw and Suigam talukas. This team sprayed the pesticides with a total area of â€‹â€‹400 hectares. Many locusts died due to these pesticides, but the egg was not eliminated.
That is why it is a symbol of destruction for the farmers.
RAN locusts are an international insect and the old enemy of agriculture, which is spread in many countries of the world. The locust swarm covers an area of â€‹â€‹approximately 30 million square kilometers in 60 countries. RAN locusts invade Oman, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Pakistan in the border state of India, Rajasthan, Punjab and Gujarat. These areas cover an area of â€‹â€‹80,000 square miles together.
Ran locusts were shown in the year 1993
Last year, when the locust locust had appeared in Gujarat in the year 1993, the farmers' crop was ruined. The Center wrote a letter to the Gujarat government, in which the government was asked to take action against the locust attacks.
The crops that were wasted in these districts
The directions of the center included districts like Kutch, Jamnagar, Dwarka, Patan and Banaskantha. The center informed about the training of the State Directorate of Agriculture.
Malathion spraying 96% of ULV
On June 27, again the locust locust appeared in the border area of â€‹â€‹Banaskantha district. At that time the Agriculture Officer had visited many places and provided information about the control of the field staff. After this, pesticides (Malathion 96 percent of the ULV) were sprayed by teams of the Agricultural Department of Gujarat with the central teams.
The farmer was still afraid, the eggs could not be destroyed
It has been claimed that all the locusts have been abolished. However, the farmers of Banaskantha are still scared, because the battle locusts have ended, but their eggs could not be destroyed, which are spread in many fields.