Massive Locust Invasion Threatens Gujarat Farmers

Massive locust invasion threatens Gujarat farmers
Explained: The locust attack in Gujarat’s farms — why and when do swarms strike

The swarms first entered district, and have now reached Patan and Banaskantha. The worst affected villages are Daiyap of Vav taluka, and Antrol, Bhardasar, Kasavi, Takhuva and Radka villages of Tharad taluka, spread over an area of 15-20-kilometre radius

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The locusts, known as tiddis locally, have wreaked havoc on standing crops of castor, cumin, jatropha, cotton, and potato, and fodder grass in around 20 talukas.

Gujarat has not witnessed such an invasion of locusts since 1993-94.

According to local experts, the State administration has been caught napping despite an alert from the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of a massive locust attack in South Asia covering Pakistan and India.

Massive locust invasion threatens Gujarat farmers

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