Mango production declines by nearly 60 percent

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Mango production declines by nearly 60 percent

Mango production declines by nearly 60 percent: in the ongoing season due to climate change, and lack of resources. Including closure of canals, electricity load shedding, and diesel shortage, at a very crucial time for the crop.

Severe temperature variation from March 11 to March 17 from 37 degrees centigrade to 42 degrees centigrade, country to 34 degrees centigrade. The routine temperature in previous years affected the Mago fruit to a greater extent, said the Director of the Mango Research Institute (MRI), Abdul Ghaffar Garewal, in Multan.

he stated that growers could not irrigate mango orchards at the time of fruiting due to a shortage of canal water. Electricity load shedding and Diesel shortage. The growers could not operate their tube wells due to a lack of power. Progressive farmers Shaheed Hameed Bhutta also expressed concern about the low production of mangoes. He stated that climate was one of the important factors.

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