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Rabi Season: Farmers in Sonipat and Delhi receive 1-1,000 tons of fertilizer, which is also distributed in Rohtak and Panipat

Rabi season: farmers in sonipat and delhi receive 1-1,000 tons of fertilizer, which is also distributed in rohtak and panipat - news2news. In

File photo of DAP compost bags

File photo of DAP compost bags


The Ministry of Agriculture is striving to meet the need for urea fertilizer in Sonipat district. A rake with 2600 tons of manure was installed at the Sonipat train station on Wednesday. After that, not only the farmers will benefit from Sonipat, but also the farmers of Delhi, Rohtak and Panipat will get urea from Sonipat. The fertilizer will arrive at the fertilizer dealers in the next two to three days. Farmers can remove manure from there and use it for their harvest.

Let us tell you that farmers are currently busy sowing the Rabi season crops. A goal was set to sow wheat on approximately 1,450,000 hectares of land in the district. During wheat sowing, the need for urea fertilizer increases. In the month of November, there is a demand for about 15,000 tons of fertilizers in the district. In response to demand, the Ministry of Agriculture constantly sent requests to the headquarters to provide fertilizer to farmers. In such a situation, a urea fertilizer rack was installed at Sonipat station on Wednesday. Which will be made available to the farmers in the next two to three days.

A thousand tons of manure are distributed in the district

Although on Wednesday 2600 tons of manure reached the station of Sonipat. But Sonepat farmers only get 1000 tons of manure. Of this, 1000 tons of manure will be sent to the farmers in Delhi. Also, 500 tons of fertilizer will be distributed to the farmers of Panipat and 100 tons to the farmers of Rohtak. Together with urea fertilizer DAP in the month of November. Demand for fertilizers also remains very high.

According to the ministry, 2,600 tons of fertilizers arrived in Sonipat on Wednesday. It should reach the farmers in the next two to three days. Around 1,000 tons of urea will be available to farmers in the district. The rest of the manure is distributed to the farmers of the capital Delhi in other districts. There is an appeal to farmers that there is no shortage of fertilizers in the district, so do not buy and keep extra supplies. Anil Sehrawat, District Agriculture Commissioner.

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