Workshop on cropping pattern report

He was speaking at a workshop organised to impart training to the employees of the Departments of Agriculture, Horticulture, Watershed Development and the Revenue Departments, on preparing the cropping pattern report.

Muniyappa said the crops had been divided into three phases - the rabi, khariff and the summer crops.

 In 1945, the crop pattern report was introduced country-wide, which later on, paved way to the introduction of the crop insurance scheme in the year 1985. The crop insurance scheme was introduced in the country, keeping in view the social and financial interests of the farmers.

Muniyappa also explained in detail the importance of the crop harvesting undertaken on a scientific manner and also highlighted the role of Government departments in preparing the cropping pattern report.

He said a team from the Centre will be visiting nine villages of Mulbagal taluk for the review of the various crops cultivated there. It has chosen 69 villages for the cropping pattern report, he explained.

He further said the 58 Government Hospitals in Mulbagal taluk will be registering the births and deaths.

The respective medical offices will be registering the births and deaths, Muniyappa added.

The Union Government’s National Model Review Officer M D Mohan, Deputy Tahsildar Shrinivas Shetty, Reddappa Gupta, B R Munivenkatappa, Hanumesh, Watershed Development Officer Raghunath Reddy and several others were present on the occasion.

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