Day: May 19, 2020

Telangana’s rising cotton acreage could spell trouble

The Telangana government’s simply call to farmers to mature cotton on 70 lakh acres as versus the regular space of 40-forty five lakh acres came in as a shock to cotton sector watchers in the State.

4 many years back, the State launched a marketing campaign ‘Patti Vaddu, Soya Muddu’ (Say no to cotton, say sure to soya), with a target to lessen the cotton production by 30 for every cent when the State was developing the fibre crop on 40 lakh acres.

The govt experienced then argued that there were no takers for cotton in the domestic and global

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EU raises restrictions on capsicum imports from India, Pakistan

The EU has raised the constraints on capsicum imported from India and Pakistan thanks to large charge of non-compliance with pesticide norms producing it mandatory for shipments to be accompanied by an formal certificate stating that the items have been cost-free of pesticide residues.

For curry leaves imported from India, having said that, the EU observed that the frequency of non-compliance with rules had declined and the before requirement for mandatory certification could be discontinued, a governing administration formal informed BusinessLine.

The bloc, in a notification to the World Trade Organisation specifying new constraints on different members, argued that

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Super cyclone Amphan weakens a round, may fuel heat wave over land

Super Cyclone Amphan around West-Central Bay of Bengal has weakened as an exceptionally serious cyclone by Tuesday midday, ahead of a projected landfall around the West Bengal-Bangladesh coastline tomorrow (Wednesday). But, the India Meteorological Office (IMD) has held out a warning that the cyclone would also cause temperatures to increase on its trail, around land throughout the country.

Utmost temperatures

Utmost temperatures are at this time regular to under regular around most elements of the country right after cooler western disturbances intervened around North-West and East India and afterwards Amphan dropped anchor in the Bay. Rain-driving winds would now be

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Navigating around a bee’s point of view – Information Centre – Research & Innovation

For decades, researchers have struggled to fully grasp how bees navigate so proficiently with these types of smaller brains. Now, an EU-funded undertaking has formulated new technologies to improve our knowing and to probably advance initiatives in bee conservation. This new understanding could also be transferred to other sectors, these types of as engineering.

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