Authorities at the Pamban raised the flag alerting individuals.
Ahead of the cyclone statement made by the weather condition station, Collector Dinesh Ponraj Oliver on Monday stated that the Farming Department authorities have actually provided appropriate preventive actions to be taken by farmers in such situations.
Speaking with farmers at a coconut groove here at Vanniyan near Perungulam in Mandapam block, he stated that coconut was grown on 8652 hectares in the district throughout Mandapam, Ramanathapuram, Thiruppulani and other areas.
The fruit crops too were grown in the district on a big scale. Thus, it was very important to avoid them from such natural catastrophes, he stated and included that by permitting the coconut trees to dry, the roots might stay more powerful. Likewise, by producing appropriate channels, the rainwater logging can be avoided in fields which might conserve the standing crops.
Above all, the Collector prompted the farmers to guarantee that they have actually guaranteed their crops with insurance provider. By sending the standard information with the Farming workplaces, that included the name, crop details, level of location, kind of crop, patta and” chitta adangal” can be provided.
Throughout a conference, Sub-Collector N.O. Sukhaputra, Farming department Joint Director Gunabalan, Deputy Director S.S. Sheik Mohideen to name a few officers shared their experiences with the farmers.
Authorities at the Pamban raised the flag alerting individuals. The well significant low pressure location over southwest and adjacent southeast Bay of Bengal focused into an anxiety over southwest Bay of Bengal and lay focused at 2.30 hours on Nov 23, about 700 km south-southeast of Puducherry and 740 km south-southeast of Chennai, an authorities stated in a news release.
The Fisheries Department authorities stated that they had actually currently advised the anglers to keep away from venturing into the sea till more details.