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JAMMU: Former Minister, Ex-MLA Marh and Chairman Panchyati Raj Cell BJP JKUT, Ch Sukhnandan on Wednesday urged the Government to ensure availability of fertilizers specially DAP in Jammu division as due to the shortage of DAP fertilizer farmers in this area are struggling badly.“As the early variety crops such as wheat, winter vegetables like cauliflower, cabbage, radish, spinach, carrot etc. and cattle feed crops sowing have been started but due to the non-availability of DAP fertilizer farmers across the Jammu division are not in the position to sow all these seasonal crops. Late sowing of these crops will result low yield which ultimately affects the production,” he asserted.“Due to non-availability of DAP fertilizer, the farmers in Jammu division would lose crops and the overall crop production would be drastically impacted,” he added.He also told that farmers from almost all the districts of Jammu division have approached him for the redressal of the grievance of shortage of fertilizer.He appealed the Principal Secretary Agriculture Naveen Kumar Choudhary to intervene in the matter and ensure the regular supply of DAP fertilizer to the farmers otherwise farmers shall come on the roads to fulfill their genuine demands.
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