Kazha Venkateswara Rao, president of the Thadepalli division of the Andhra Pradesh Farmers’ Association, said the government should buy the yellow crop, which was soaked in the stones due to unseasonal rains, through buying centres without any restrictions. Leaders of farmers ‘and tenant farmers’ associations inspected yellow crops in Kunchanapally village on Thursday morning. Venkateswara Rao on this occasion He said turmeric was cultivated in about 580 acres in the zone. He said unseasonal rains last October had inundated various villages in the yellow crop zone. In the same way again the crop is hand-cooked and after drying, the yellow horns in the stones are drenched with premature rain by the time of sale.
Are gone. Immediately, the agriculture department inspected the Turmeric crop and demanded that the government buy it through buying centres. Farmers’ union leader Ammishetti Rangarao said the cost would be Rs 40,000 per acre. He said the Quintal Turmeric is currently being bought for Rs 6,500 to Rs 7,000 Said. He demanded that farmers should be supported by buying at the minimum support price instead of buying at a low price on the pretext that the yellow crop is tainted. Kaulu Raitu Sangham Thadepalli Rural leaders Javaji Satyanarayana, farmers Ammishetti Sambashivarao, Veerla Gopayya and Kukka Malla Rambabu participated in the program.