The Meteorological Department has issued some advice for farmers regarding the Michaong Cyclone. However, this advice is different for farmers of different states. Here you can get information according to your state.
Cyclone Michong is causing destruction in the coastal areas of South India. This is the reason that the Meteorological Department has currently issued an alert regarding this. According to the Meteorological Department, that heavyl rains may occur in the northern coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh on 6 December. Apart from this, heavy rainfall is also estimated in some areas of Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Odisha. At the same time, the Meteorological Department says that some areas here will have moderate rainfall. Also, excessive rainfall is estimated in some parts.
The Meteorological Department has released some advice for farmers regarding the Michaong Cyclone. The Meteorological Department says that whatever farmers of Andhra Pradesh are, they should stop cutting ripe rice, late sown peanuts and chilli at present. At the same time, the Meteorological Department said that the farmers here should stop choosing rice, millet and cooked cotton seeds.
The Meteorological Department says that the crops that have been harvested, they say that they should be kept in safe places. If your crop is a farm, then cover it in a great way with tarpaulin. At the same time, give support to the plants on which the crop is planted in good quantity. Do this mainly with vegetable plants. If you did not do this in time, then these plants will fall down. Your crop can cause severe damage.
The Meteorological Department has forecast five days to come to the coastal areas of Kerala and South Indian states, that thunder electricity will have light rain in many places and there will be strong rain in many places. At the same time, there is hope of thick fog in the areas of Punjab. At the same time, fishermen are advised not to go to the banks of the Bay of South -West Bengal and Northern Tamil Nadu -Puducherry for the next five days. The situation can worsen here at any time.