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    The State Chief Secretary Shanti Kumari held a video conference with District Collectors from Hyderabad to discuss issues related to the monsoon cropping season, availability of seeds, and fertilizers. She emphasized the need to prevent the distribution of fake seeds and ensure necessary fertilizers for farmers.

    District Collector B. M. Santosh stated that crops will be grown on about 4.25 lakh acres in the district during this rainy season, emphasizing the importance of essential seeds for a successful crop yield. He mentioned that necessary seeds and chemical fertilizers have been made available, advising farmers to prepare for sowing their fields during the rainy season.

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    Farmers were urged to buy seeds only from licensed dealers and keep receipts as proof of purchase. District Collector B. M. Santosh warned against trusting middlemen or low prices in villages to avoid issues with fake seeds, promising confidentiality for those reporting suspicious activities.

    He highlighted the availability of all types of fertilizers and warned against illegal stockpiling or high prices, promising swift action if informed by agriculture officers. Farmers were advised not to favor specific seed varieties, as the yield of all Bt 2-containing cotton seeds is equal.

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    The “Rythu Nestham” program was introduced for farmers every Tuesday at specific locations, encouraging participation from experienced agronomists and officials. Officials in the video conference aimed to provide valuable suggestions to farmers and ensure adherence to guidelines for successful harvests.

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    District Additional Collector Apoorva Chauhan, DRDO Narsingh Rao, District Agriculture Officer Govind Naik, and Mission Bhagiratha EE Sridhar Reddy were among the officials present in the meeting.

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