Samvad News Agency, Hathras.
There is a risk of Pakistani locusts within the district, as locusts within the close by state of Rajasthan have began damaging the crop. That is why the District Agricultural Defense Officer has issued advisory about this and has informed the farmers to keep away from it.
Following the decree from the federal government, District Agricultural Defense Officer Yatendra Singh has issued an advisory on the specter of locusts, wherein he has requested farmers, heads, secretaries, accountants, agricultural technical assistants and academics to be alert. PPO Yatendra Singh stated that in keeping with the alert issued by the Directorate of Agriculture, there may be an outbreak of Pakistani locust in some components of Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab. Due to this, there’s a risk of locust outbreak within the districts adjoining to those three states.
Pay consideration to those issues
-It turns into tough to manage as soon as locusts begin to fuss.
Normal grasshoppers generally tend to eat through the day and lay eggs at evening.
– In some space, particularly when the locust get together stops at evening, then that space must be plowed within the morning.
– Outbreak of grasshopper group can be reported to the district administration by the village head, accountant, technical assistant of the agriculture division, gram panchayat officer, academics of main colleges.
This is the best way to stop grasshopper
In the occasion of grasshopper outbreak, collect collectively and make noise by enjoying tin cans, plates, drums, DJs and many others.
-The grasshopper group just isn’t capable of assault the encircling fields from the shore.
To stop breeding of grasshoppers, sandy the soil space and fill it with water.
This is the measure for management
To management the locust, spraying poisonous medication from airplanes, toxic fodder like methyl parathion, dispersing of wheat bran soaked in two % mud, and many others. are helpful.
– Locusts may be destroyed by dropping them right into a trough crammed with water and kerosene.
– Light a torch across the crops through the night.
Spray for management
In the occasion of locust outbreak, methyl parathion 2 must be sprayed with 25-30 kg of mud per hectare. Or spraying Malathion 50 % EC two and a half liters in 500 liters of water.