April 17, 2021

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As much as the rushing mango farmers

The twigs that had fallen under the weight of the bunch of mangoes, after the hailstorm, became straight like a broom. Palash Kumar Pramanik, a mango farmer from Jotkartik village in Charghat, is looking bored with such a branch. He said that in previous years, the garden was sold for seven to eight lakh rupees. But the hail is over. This time he is lost in the thought of whether he can sell even three lakh rupees.

He has been trying to save the rest of the mango tree from fungicides since Monday morning. Other mango farmers in Charghat and Bagha, Rajshahi’s mango-rich areas, also suffered similar damage in storms and hailstorms on Sunday afternoon. Agriculture officials, however, believe the damage is not extensive.

According to Palash Pramanik, there has been no such hailstorm at the beginning of the season in the last 15 years. The rock was not very large, but the mango had suffered more damage due to prolonged falling. He said there are about 300 mango trees in the 25 bigha garden. This time the tree had a lot of buds, but no profit. Fog at the beginning of the season, followed by a long drought. Sunday’s hailstorm was even more devastating.

Kaluhati of Charghat is the next village of Jotkartik. Coincidentally, the hailstorm did not have much effect there. Rustampur village of Baghar after crossing Baral river. Kamal Hossain, a farmer from Bharatipara village, said there was a lot of hail. The mangoes that have fallen on the rocks will be ruined.

 

Dakra of Charghat went to the village but the farmers were seen running around with spraying machines. Ariful Islam of this village said, ‘Almost all of us have been hit by rocks. Now I am giving medicine, whatever Allah does will happen. ‘

Agriculture officials say the mangoes on the trees after the hailstorm may now be stained. And if the stain falls after a few days will rot. That is why the farmers have started spraying Ame medicine.

Sajib Machineries rented 20 machines for spraying pesticides in Arbara village market of Bagha upazila. For so many days from morning till noon, Dakra of Charghat went to the village but the farmers were seen running around with spraying machines. Ariful Islam of this village said, ‘Almost all of us have been hit by rocks. Now I am giving medicine, whatever Allah does will happen. ‘the rent of each machine was 100 rupees, but yesterday it was 200 rupees, said Anwar Hossain, a mango farmer. He said the rent of shallow engine powered machines has been increased from Tk 400 to Tk 800. Anwar Hossain said, he has one thousand trees. About half of the mangoes fell in the hail.Dakra of Charghat went to the village but the farmers were seen running around with spraying machines. Ariful Islam of this village said, ‘Almost all of us have been hit by rocks. Now I am giving medicine, whatever Allah does will happen. ‘

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