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    Bonds ready for about 27 lakh farmers under government's insurance scheme

    Bonds ready for about 27 lakh farmers under government's insurance scheme

    Bonds ready for about 27 lakh farmers under government's insurance scheme
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    Reddy held a video conference with officials on issues, including insurance scheme, impact of rains on crops, increased availability of water in the reservoirs following good rainfall and the presence of "Fall Armyworm" agricultural pest in the state.

    Telangana agriculture minister Pocharam Srinivasa Reddy today said insurance bonds under the state government's "Rythu Bima" insurance scheme have been prepared for more than 27 lakh farmers.
    Reddy held a video conference with officials on issues, including insurance scheme, impact of rains on crops, increased availability of water in the reservoirs following good rainfall and the presence of "Fall Armyworm" agricultural pest in the state, an official release said.
    He suggested undertaking a campaign on the insurance scheme for the benefit of farmers.
    He said awareness on the "Fall Armyworm," a feared pest which had caused massive agricultural losses in Africa, should increase in the state, precautions should be taken at the preliminary stage to prevent its spread.
    According to the release, crops have been planted so far in 94 lakh acres in the ongoing rainy season against the normal area of 1.08 crore acres.
    Due to the impact of rains, the release said, reports have been received about damages to cotton crop in 97,000 acres and 8,200 acres of red gram in Adilabad district.
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