Crop damage is a constant result of the unseasonal rainfall. There is no doubt that this year's unseasonal heavy rains have caused problems for the farmers in Udaipur. Wheat, mustard, barley, peas, and other farmer's crops have all been seriously impacted as a result of huge hail storms that have occured in many areas. According to Madho Singh Champawat, Joint Director of the Agricultural Department, the issues of farmers have gotten worse as a result of the constant rain. The farmers in Udaipur and the surrounding regions have experienced significant losses as a result of this unseasonal rain.
In Bargaon, 8 to 10 percent damage has been done in 4 villages. In Sarada Panchayat limited, the wheat crop, which was ready for the harvest, has been ruined due to hailstorm. Due to crop failure, it can affect the prices of wheat. According to the revenue report, there has been a loss of 33 percent in 23 villages. On the other hand, if we talk about Jaisamand and Vallabhnagar, farmers have suffered losses to a great extent. Madho Singh Champawat said that its effects will be visible on the market. Due to the deterioration of quality, there will be a change in the price of wheat.
Meteorologist Narpat Singh said that the reason for unseasonal hail storms this month is due to the arrival of moisture-rich winds due to the disturbance in the Arabian Sea; its main effect has been in most parts of Rajasthan. Due to this hailstorm, farmers crops have been damaged. Its effect has been shown not only in Rajasthan but also in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh. The crops of wheat, mustard and cumin are mostly damaged. At the same time, there has been a change in the temperature due to this rain. The weather will remain dry in the coming days, while the temperature will increase.
The meteorological service reports that numerous districts in Rajasthan saw downpours on Wednesday. The agency reported that Fatehgarh in Jaisalmer had got the most rainfall with 26 mm in a 24-hour up to 8 am on Wednesday, followed by Dungarpur with 9 mm, Sarwad in Ajmer with 7 mm, Sindri in Barmer with 7 mm, and Aranai in Ajmer with 5 mm.