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Weather News : CCSHAU University Predicts Rain in Haryana Till Saturday

The Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University's (CCSHAU) meteorological department integrated agromet advisory service unit has predicted possibility of light to moderate rain and thundershower at many places in Haryana from July 12 to July 15.

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Weather News : Painting Competition Organized on 'Climate-Smart Agriculture'

The University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, wants young minds to give thoughts and ideas to the impact of climate change, to chalk out a road map for climate-smart agriculture, ahead of the congregation of prominent agricultural scientists in the city.

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Weather News : Climate Change Effects on Agriculture was Discussed by PAU Experts

Ludhiana: To discuss the impact of climate change on agriculture, at the Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), an important high level meeting was held.

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Weather News : Nowcast Services to Farmers through MKisan Portal

Nowcasting in India has benefited from major developments in observational meteorology and computer-based interactive data processing and display systems in IMD.

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Weather News: Crop and Weather Outlook by PAU

In next 2-3 days Weather is very likely to be dry and the temperature is expected to increase by 2-3˚C. During this period the maximum temperature is expected to remain between 12-16oC and minimum is expected to remain between 6-7oC, respectively.

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Weather News: Weather SMS on Mobile Phones to Help Farmers.

The automatic weather monitoring stations established in the district five months ago have begun to do their job. During a press tour, district collector L Subramanian said to reporters, farmers now receive weather alerts as SMS on their mobile phones. These small weather stations were established in 13 blocks in the district, each station costing Rs6.5 lakh.

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Weather News: Fall in Temperature is Fails to Mitigate Farmer's Worries.

Experts and farmers said, as yields of major rabi crops are unlikely to get a boost due to the absence of appropriate moisture in the soil and comparatively hotter days, farmers in Madhya Pradesh do have not much to rejoice from falling temperature.

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