Collector Mr. Nileshkumar Kshirsagar called the farmers of the area from his office this afternoon and inquired about the farming situation. He had a direct discussion with the farmers regarding the availability of seeds and fertilizers under the Kharif crop this year and the loan taken from the cooperative bank. During the discussion, the Collector assured the farmers that there is sufficient stock of seeds and fertilizers. Start farming work on time. He said that if the farmers have any problem or complaint in this regard, then they can directly talk to the nodal officer. The Collector, while talking to the farmer of village Barula under Fingeshwar block, Mr. Ishwari Sahu, asked whether you have taken fertilizer and seeds from the society. Mr. Sahu informed that he has taken 40 bags of urea and other fertilizers from the society. He told that he has also taken loan from the bank as per the requirement.

The collector suggested them to do advanced agriculture. Similarly, Hareshwar Patel, a farmer of Mainpur, told that he cultivates in total 8 acres and he has made all the preparations. The collector also suggested Mr. Patel to use vermicompost manure. He told that he considers vermicompost manure useful for paddy and has already been purchased before the rains. The farmer of village Jidar, Mr. Kunjesh Kapil talked to the collector and told him about farming. He told that he will take advantage of the tree plantation promotion scheme. He also said that there is no problem of manure seed and he has taken manure seed from the society. The Collector has also directed to communicate directly with the other farmers of the district to the nodal officers of the cooperative bank and the officers of the Agriculture Department. Avinash Sharma, the nodal officer of the cooperative bank, said that there is adequate storage of fertilizers and seeds in the district. At present, there is a storage of 11 thousand 957 tonnes of manure, out of which 8050 have been distributed. A total of 3907 tonnes is left. Similarly, there is a storage of 25321 tonnes of paddy seed, out of which 18627 tonnes of paddy seed has been distributed. At present 6694 tonnes of paddy seed is left. Similarly, 39 crore 26 lakh 98 thousand rupees have been given to the farmers in the form of loan.