The situation of chilli farmers in Manchiriala district has become worse. Farmers are in a dilemma as they are unable to sell their produce.
The situation of chilli farmers in Manchiriala district has become worse. Farmers are in a dilemma as they are unable to sell their produce. Nana is struggling to sell the crop he has invested lakhs of rupees. If anything else goes to the neighboring state and sells, shipping costs are skyrocketing.
The lack of chilli market anywhere in Manchiriala district is causing problems for the farmers. Farmers in Chennur, Kotapalli and Jaipur zones as well as other areas have cultivated chillies in 1800 acres this year. Decreased yield Yield conditions .. Pests surround the crop at the time of handing over the crop. Yields are usually 22 to 25 quintals per acre. But .. Farmers are concerned that this year’s yield is not even 10 quintals. Chilli farmers are worried that these seven profits will outweigh the losses.
The price of chillies, which initially reached the market, has skyrocketed. More than 20 thousand per quintal. Farmers were happy with the price increase. If the price is the same as with Costco .. expect profit to come. But with prices falling day by day, farmers’ hopes were dashed. At present the price of chilli is only 11 thousand per quintal. 341 No. 5 varieties of chillies are mainly cultivated in the district. With the price of this type of chilli falling sharply, farmers are going to go to great lengths to avoid further losses.
Even though they are cultivating the chilli crop so hard, the lack of at least a market facility in the district to sell it is further crippling the farmers. It is being taken to the Nagpur market in neighboring Maharashtra. To reach Nagpur, one has to travel about 800 km. If you want to move Mirchi, you have to pay Rs 24,000 per vehicle. Thus the burden of transport charges is being carried wet. As a result, the farmers have to suffer severely. No matter how much the farmers beg for the chilli market facility in the district, at least they do not care.
Traders in the Nagpur market speak Marathi. The farmers of the district are not getting the language and are being deceived by the traders. Farmers say that traders set a price before chilli and after unloading the cart, they give money at a lower price. Farmers are concerned that the language in question is coming across. Although there is a chilli market in Warangal and Khammam districts, the farmers of the district have been going to Nagpur market and selling it for 25 years. In view of the plight of the farmers, the agriculturists want to facilitate the chilli market in the district.
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