A total of 63.25 lakh farmers across the state, covering an extent of 150.18 lakh acres would be getting Rythu Bandhu assistance amounting to Rs 7,508.78 crore this Vaanakalam season.
Krishna alleged that he brought his paddy to the procurement centre around 19 days ago, but he has not received payment for the same till date
Ryots lose significant amounts due to delay in disposal of pending mutation requests; W’gal Collector promises to resolve the issue soon.
This Yasangi season, farmers cultivated sorghum in 33,000 acres of land - the highest ever in the district.
Rao directed the authorities concerned not to delay the payment process and wanted them to deposit the money in the respective accounts of ryots within 24 hours.
Since the crop require only less irrigation water and can give good results, while even its waste is useful in feeding cattle, more and more ryots have been coming forward to take up sorghum cultivati
Agriculture Minister Singireddy Niranjan Reddy has assured farmers that the State government will purchase discoloured paddy as well.
The bodies were first spotted by a few neighbours who went to the victims' house to check on them, after noticing that not a single person of the family had come out of the house since morning.
He said that farmers in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh and most other States have not been receiving a single paisa from their governments, barring the funds that they get from the Centre.
The State government, on Saturday, accorded administrative sanction of `1,217.71 crore for the various lift irrigation projects in erstwhile Nalgonda district.
Woman farmers of Warangal are doing wonders with leafy vegetables, at a time when their male counterparts are struggling to keep at their profession.
The State government procured 48.89 lakh tonnes of paddy in this year Kharif as against the 47.08 lakh tonnes of paddy last year.
The chief minister, at a review meeting at Pragati Bhavan here, said that he wanted farmers to take their produce to the market committees and sell it there.
In the current Yasangi (Rabi) season, the Telangana government deposited Rs 7,351.74 crore into the bank accounts of 59.16 lakh farmers.
Lakshmi, who hails from Kondaparakala village in Manakonduru mandal in neighbouring Karimnagar district, came up with the new method while working in the farm along with her husband.