Daily Crop Weather Report

Home

Daily Weather Report

Date: 23rd June 2017

Significant Weather Features (IMD) :
  • The Northern Limit of Monsoon (NLM) passes through Lat. 20.5°N / Long. 60°E, Lat. 20.5°N / Long. 70°E, Valsad, Nasik, Buldana, Nagpur, Mandla, Patna and Lat.27°N / Long. 85°E.

  • Favourable conditions are developing for further advance of southwest monsoon into some more parts of north Arabian sea &south Gujarat during next 48 hours.

  • Favourable conditions are likely to develop for further advance of southwest monsoon into remaining parts of MadhyaMaharashtra, Marathwada Vidarbha, some more parts of East Madhya Pradesh, remaining parts of Bihar and some parts of West Madhya Pradesh and East Uttar Pradesh during next 34days.

  • The images showing the latest satellite picture in figure.1.

    Main Weather Observations (IMD) :
    • Rain occurred at most places over Andaman &Nicobar Islands, Kerala, Coastal Karnataka, Konkan & Goa and Telengana; at many places over Assam & Meghalaya, Nagaland,Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura and Vidarbha; at a few places over West Bengal & Sikkim, Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattishgarh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Lakshadweep, Madhya Maharashtra and Coastal Andhra Pradesh and at isolated places over Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Gujarat State, Marathwada, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Chandigarh &Delhi, East Uttar Pradesh and Interior Karnataka

    • Maximum temperatures were above normal (1.6°C to 3.0°C) at most places over Konkan & Goa, Coastal Karnataka &Telangana; at many places over Gujarat, Interior Karnataka, Vidarbha, West Bengal & Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh; at a few places over Madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada, Kerala, East Madhya Pradesh, Rayalaseema, Jharkhand and Bihar and at isolated places over Tamilnadu & Puducherry, Coastal Andhra Pradesh, East Uttar Pradesh, Lakshadweep and Andaman & Nicobar Islands. They were markedly below normal (5.0°C or less) at many places over Jammu & Kashmir and Rajasthan; appreciably below normal (3.1°C to 5.0°C) at many places over Haryana, Chandigarh & Delhi and Punjab; at a few places over Himachal Pradesh and Odisha; below normal (1.6°C to 3.0°C) at many places over West Uttar Pradesh; at a few places over Assam & Meghalaya, West Madhya Pradesh and near normal over rest parts of the country. The highest maximum temperatures of 41.0°C observed at Khajuraho (East Madhya Pradesh) in plains of the country.
    • The highest maximum temperatures of 41.5°C observed at Gondia (Vidarbha) in plains of the country.

    • Minimum temperatures are above normal (1.6°C to 3.0°C) at a few places over Tamilnadu & Puducherry, Gangetic West Bengal, Gujarat state, Assam & Meghalaya and Konkan & Goa; They are below normal (1.6°C to 3.0°C) at many places over Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh; at a few places over Punjab, West Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Telengana, Odisha and Andaman & Nicobar Islands and near normal over rest parts of the country.
    • Thunderstorm occurred at isolated places over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal & Sikkim, Assam & Meghalaya,Bihar, Jharkhand, Saurashtra & Kutch, Vidarbha, East Madhya Pradesh, Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Konkan & Goa from 0830hours IST of yesterday to 0830 hours IST of today.

    Weather Warning during next 5 days (IMD :

  • 23 JUNE (Day 1):Heavy rain very likely at isolated places over Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim, Assam & Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura, Konkan & Goa, Coastal Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep.
  • 24 JUNE (Day 2):Heavy to very heavy rain very likely at isolated places over south Konkan & Goa, Coastal Karnataka andAssam & Meghalaya; heavy rain very likely at isolated places over Odisha, Andaman & Nicobar Islands,Nagaland, Manipur,Mizoram & Tripura, southern parts of Gujarat state, north Konkan, south interior Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep.

  • 25 JUNE (Day 3):Heavy to very heavy rain very likely at isolated places over south Konkan & Goa and Coastal Karnataka; heavy rain very likely at isolated places over Chhattisgarh, Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim, Odisha, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam & Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura, southern parts of Gujarat state, coastal Andhra Pradesh, north Konkan, south interior Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep.

  • 26 JUNE (Day 4):Heavy to very heavy rain very likely at isolated places over south Konkan & Goa and Coastal Karnataka ;heavy rain very likely at isolated places over Uttarakhand, Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, SubHimalayanWest Bengal & Sikkim, Odisha, north Konkan, coastal Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Lakshadweep.

  • 27 JUNE (Day 5):Heavy to very heavy rain very likely at isolated places over south Konkan & Goa and Coastal Karnataka;heavy rain very likely at isolated places over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, east Madhya Pradesh, Vidarbha,Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand, SubHimalayanWest Bengal & Sikkim, Odisha, north Konkan, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, CoastalAndhra Pradesh and Kerala.

  • The weather outlook for the period of seven days i.e. 22nd June to 29th June 2017 forecasted (Provided by Real-Time Weather Forecasts from NOAA/NCEP collected from http://monsoondata.org/wx2/) rain/thundershower would occur oover Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh & Delhi, Rajasthan, East Uttar Pradesh, Sub Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim, Gangetic West Bengal, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Konkan & Goa, Madhya Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana, Tamilnadu, Kerala, North Eastern States, Lakshadweep and Andaman & Nicobar islands. (Fig. 2).

  • Agricultural activities :

    West Bengal

    Weather condition:

    • Widespread rainfall received over the West Bengal state during past few days. Maximum and minimum temperatures were ranged between 28.3-37°C and 24-28.9°C respectively.

    Contingency measures

    • As there is forecast of light rainfall, farmers are advised to complete the harvesting operation of matured crops (sesame, vegetables etc.) immediately. To protect the harvested crops from shower keep them under shade. At present attack of jute semilooper, bihar hairy catter piller and stem weevil may becoming severe. To control it apply Diclorovos @3 ml per 4 litre of water or Endosulphan 2 ml per litre of water. Brinjal Fruit and shoot borer is in maximum places. Apply Triazophos 40 EC @ 1.5 ml, Spinosad 45 EC @0.2 ml or Cartap Hydrochloride @0.75 g per litre of water alternatively. To reduce attack of Fruit fly and hopper apply Monocrotophos or Fosalone @1.5 ml per litre of water.

    Figure-1. Latest available satellite picture as on 23rd June 2017 at 02:30 Hrs. (IST)

    Figure-2. Precipitation forecast for 23rdJune to 30 thJune 2017 (IST) (Source: NOAA /NCEP)

    Figure-3. Advance of southwest monsoon (2017) over India

  • Back to Top
    Back to Home

    Weekly Weather Report

    Home

    Weekly Weather Report

    Week No: 24

    Weather summary during the week - 08thJune to 14th June 2017

    Southwest Monsoon

    • Southwest monsoon advanced into some more parts of central Arabian sea, remaining parts of Coastal Karnataka and entire Goa, some parts of Konkan and some more parts of Interior Karnataka on 8th ; into some more parts of Konkan, Interior Karnataka, Rayalaseema and Coastal Andhra Pradesh on 9th ; into some more parts of central Arabian Sea, Konkan, Interior Karnataka and some parts of Madhya Maharashtra on 10th ; into some more parts of central Arabian Sea, Konkan, Madhya Maharashtra , north interior Karnataka and coastal Andhra Pradesh and most parts of Rayalaseema, entire south Interior Karnataka and some more parts of central & north Bay of Bengal on 11th ; into remaining parts of central Arabian sea, Konkan, North Interior Karnataka, Rayalaseema, some parts of north Arabian sea and Gujarat region, some more parts of Madhya Maharashtra, some parts of Marathwada, entire Telangana, some more parts of Coastal Andhra Pradesh, most parts of westcentral & north Bay of Bengal, remaining parts of Tripura, Assam & Meghalaya, most parts of SubHimalayan West Bengal & Sikkim and some parts of north Coastal Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal on 12th and advanced into remaining parts of Coastal Andhra Pradesh, west central & northwest Bay of Bengal, some parts of south Chhattisgarh and some more parts of Odisha on 14th June.
    • The Northern Limit of Monsoon (NLM) passed through Lat. 16°N / Long. 60°E, Lat. 16°N / Long. 65°E, Lat. 16°N / Long. 70°E, Vengurla, Tumkur, Nellore and Lat. 15°N / Long. 85°E, Lat. 17°N / Long. 90°E, Lat. 20°N / Long. 91°E, Agartala, William Nagar, Kokrajhar and Lat. 27°N / Long. 90°E on 8th ; through Lat. 16°N / Long. 60°E, Lat. 16°N / Long. 65°E, Lat. 16°N / Long. 70°E, Vengurla, Gadag, Anantapur, Nellore and Lat. 15°N / Long. 85°E, Lat. 17°N /Long. 90°E, Lat. 20°N / Long. 91°E, Agartala, William Nagar, Kokrajhar and Lat. 27°N / Long. 90°E on 9th ; through Lat. 18°N / Long. 60°E, Lat. 18°N / Long. 65°E, Lat. 18°N / Long. 70°E, Harnai, Kolhapur, Gadag, Anantapur, Nellore and Lat. 15°N / Long. 85°E, Lat. 17°N / Long. 90°E, Lat. 20°N / Long. 91°E, Agartala, William Nagar, Kokrajhar and Lat. 27°N / Long. 90°E on 10th ; through Lat. 18°N / Long. 60°E, Lat. 18°N / Long. 65°E, Lat. 18°N / Long. 70°E, Srivardhan, Mahabaleshwar, Bijapur, Kurnool, Ongole, Lat. 16°N / Long. 85°E, Lat. 21°N / Long. 90°E, Agartala, William Nagar, Kokrajhar and Lat. 27°N / Long. 90°E on 11th ; through Lat. 20.5°N / Long. 60.0°E, Lat. 20.5°N / Long. 70.0°E, Valsad, Nasik, Parbhani, Adilabad, Narsapur, Paradip, Digha, Kolkata, Krishnanagar and Lat. 27.4°N / Long.87.7°E on 12th & 13th and through Lat. 20.5°N / Long. 60.0°E, Lat. 20.5°N / Long. 70.0°E, Valsad, Nasik, Parbhani, Adilabad, Jagdalpur, Bhawanipatna, Chandbali , Digha, Kolkata, Krishnanagar, Darjeeling and Lat. 27.4°N / Long. 87.7°E on 14th.

    Rainfall

    • Heavy rainfall occurred at isolated places over Telangana, West Madhya Pradesh and Konkan & Goa on 08th June ; over West Madhya Pradesh on 09th ; over Gujarat, Madhya Maharashtra, Konkan & Goa and at a few places over Coastal Karnataka on 10th ; heavy to very heavy with extremely heavy falls at isolated places over Coastal Karnataka, Heavy to very heavy at isolated places over Konkan & Goa, very heavy at isolated places over Marathwada, heavy at isolated places over West Madhya Pradesh, Saurashtra & Kutch, Telangana, Vidarbha and Kerala on 11th ; Heavy at a few places with very heavy at isolated places over Coastal Karnataka, Heavy to very heavy at isolated places over Konkan & Goa , very heavy at isolated places over South Interior Karnataka, heavy at isolated places over Assam & Meghalaya and Kerala on 12th ; heavy to very heavy with extremely heavy falls at isolated places over Arunachal Pradesh, heavy to very heavy at isolated places over Konkan & Goa, heavy at isolated places over Assam & Meghalaya and Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura on 13th and heavy at isolated places over Assam & Meghalaya and Odisha on 14th.

    Maximum Temperature

    • The highest maximum temperature of 46.2oC was recorded in the plains of the country at Banda (East Uttar Pradesh) on 14 June 2017.

    Meteorological Analysis

    • Last weeks upper air cyclonic circulation over West Central Bay of Bengal & adjoining north coastal Andhra Pradesh lay over West Central Bay of Bengal off Coastal Andhra Pradesh & south Odisha coast and extended upto mid tropospheric levels on 8th. Under its influence, a low pressure area has formed over West Central Bay of Bengal & adjoining North Bay of Bengal off Andhra Pradesh and south Odisha coast on 9th. It lay over northern parts of Central Bay of Bengal and adjoining North Bay of Bengal on 10th. It intensified into a Well-Marked Low Pressure Area over northwest Bay of Bengal & neighbourhood on early morning of 11th and it further intensified into a Depression (D) over North West and adjoining North East Bay of Bengal and lay centered near Lat. 20.5 N and Long. 89.5 E in the evening of 11th June 2017. It moved northwards and lay centered near Lat. 21.0 N and Long. 89.5 E in the night of the same day. It moved north-northeastwards and further intensified into a Deep Depression (DD) and crossed Bangladesh coast near Khepupara between 0430 hrs and 0530 hrs IST of 12th June and lay centered near Lat. 22.5 N and Long. 90.5 E over Bangladesh and neighbourhood in the early morning of 12th June. It moved northwards and lay centered near Lat. 24.0 N and Long. 91.0 E over east Bangladesh & neighbourhood in the evening of 12th. It further moved northeast wards and weakened into a Depression (D) and lay centered over east Bangladesh & neighbourhood near Lat. 24.5 N and Long. 91.5 E in the night of 12th. It weakened into a Well-Marked Low Pressure Area over east Bangladesh & neighbourhood in the early morning hours of 13th June 2017.It weakened further into a Low Pressure Area in the morning and has become less marked in the evening of the same day.
    • Last weeks well marked low pressure area over West Central Arabian Sea & adjoining coastal Oman was seen as a Low Pressure Area over the same region with associated upper air cyclonic circulation extending up to mid-tropospheric level on 8th and has become less marked on 9th June 2017.
    • A trough ran from this system to south Chhattisgarh and extended up to 0.9 km above mean sea level on 8th; It ran up to interior Odisha and extended up to 0.9 km above mean sea level on 9th and has become less marked on 10th June 2017.
    • A fresh Western Disturbance as an upper air cyclonic circulation at 3.1 km above mean sea level lay over north Pakistan & neighbourhood with a trough aloft along longitude 68°E and north of latitude 30°N with its axis at 5.8 Km above mean sea level on 9th; It lay over north Pakistan and adjoining Jammu & Kashmir with the trough aloft roughly along longitude 73.0°E and north of latitude 32°N with its axis at 5.8 Km above mean sea level on 10th; It lay over Jammu & Kashmir and neighbourhood at 3.1 km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along longitude 78.0°E and north of latitude 30.0°N on 11th and over eastern parts of Jammu & Kashmir at 3.1 km above mean sea level with a trough aloft roughly along longitude 80.0°E and north of latitude 28.0°N on 12th.It persisted over the same area and extended up to 5.8 km above mean sea level on 13th and moved away eastwards on 14th June. Associated trough aloft roughly along longitude 80.0°E and north of latitude 28.0°N has become less marked on 13th June 2017.
    • Last weeks trough at mean sea level from Punjab to north coastal Odisha ran from north Rajasthan to West Central Bay of Bengal across north Madhya Pradesh, north Chhattisgarh & Odisha on 8th ; from north Rajasthan to South East Bay of Bengal across Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and centre of the low pressure area over West Central Bay on 9th ; from north Rajasthan to north Andaman Sea across Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and centre of the low pressure area and extended upto 0.9 Km above mean sea level on 10th ; from north Rajasthan to East Central Bay of Bengal across south Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Gangetic West Bengal and centre of the well-marked low pressure area and extended upto 0.9 Km above mean sea level on 11th ; from Punjab to the centre of deep depression over southeast Bangladesh & neighbourhood across Uttar Pradesh and Bihar and extended upto 0.9 Km above mean sea level on 12th ; from Punjab to the centre of low pressure area over west Assam & neighbourhood across Haryana, Uttar Pradesh & Bihar and extended upto 0.9 Km above mean sea level with two embedded upper air cyclonic circulations ; one over Haryana & neighbourhood with extension upto 0.9 km above mean sea level and another over East Uttar Pradesh & neighbourhood with extension upto 1.5 km above mean sea level , on 13th ; It ran from Punjab to Assam across Haryana, Uttar Pradesh & Bihar with extension upto 0.9 Km above mean sea level with two embedded upper air cyclonic circulations; one over East Uttar Pradesh & neighbourhood with extension upto 0.9 km above mean sea level and the other over central parts of Assam & neighbourhood with extension upto 0.9 km above mean sea level , on 14th June 2017.
    • A feeble off shore trough lay from south Maharashtra coast to north Kerala coast on 10th; from Maharashtra coast to Kerala coast on 11th; from south Maharashtra coast to Kerala coast on 12th; it lay off Karnataka to Kerala coast on 13th and persisted over the same region on 14th June 2017.
    • An upper air cyclonic circulation lay over south Chhattisgarh & neighbourhood between 3.1 & 5.8 km above mean sea level on 13th; It lay over south coastal Odisha & neighbourhood between 3.1 and 5.8 km above mean sea level on 14th June 2017.
    • A trough ran from this cyclonic circulation to south Konkan between 3.1 & 5.8 km above mean sea level on 13th and it ran to south Konkan between 3.1 and 4.5 km above mean sea level on 14th June 2017.
    • A shear zone ran roughly along Lat. 13 .0°N between 4.5 & 5.8 Km above mean sea level on 6th and ran roughly along Lat.13 .0°N between 3.1 & 5.8 Km above mean sea level on 7th
    • An upper air cyclonic circulation lay over central parts of Assam & neighbourhood and extended upto 0.9 km above mean sea level on 14th June
    • A trough ran from eastern parts of Bihar to south coastal Odisha between 2.1 & 3.1 km above mean sea level on 14th June.

    Average rainfall during the week

    • The All India area weighted rainfall during the week 35.7 mm was 12% above normal (31.8 mm).
    • The subdivision-wise weekly rainfall distribution is presented in Fig.1. Rainfall was L. excess in 12, excess in 3, normal in 7, deficit in 9, L. deficit in 5 and no rain in 0 out of 36 meteorological sub-divisions.

    Cumulative Seasonal rainfall (1st June to 14th June 2017)

    • The cumulative seasonal rainfall during 1st June to 14th June 2017 over the country as a whole was 64.1 mm which is 15% above the normal rainfall of 55.7 mm.
    • The subdivision-wise seasonal rainfall distribution is presented in Fig. 2. Rainfall was L. excess in 9, excess in 9, normal in 10, deficit in 8, L. deficit in 0 and no rain in 0 out of 36 meteorological sub-divisions.

    State-wise distribution of number of districts with excess, normal, deficient, scanty and no rainfall during monsoon season rainfall (1st June to 14th June 2017)

    • In the country, 24% districts received large excess, 13 % districts received excess and 22% districts normal rainfall during monsoon season so far. However, 24 districts received deficient, 15% districts received large deficient rainfall and 2% districts received no rainfall and 0 districts received no data. (Table-1).

    Weekly rainfall departure (%) at different IMD subdivisions (2017)

    • During the week under report 12 Sub-divisions viz.; West Rajasthan, Gujarat Region, Saurashtra, Kutch & Diu, Konkan & Goa, Madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada, Vidarbha, Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Coastal Karnataka, North Interior Karnataka Telangana and Coastal Andhra Pradesh received large excess rainfall, 3 Sub-division viz.; Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura, Chhattisgarh and South Interior Karnataka received excess rainfall, 7 Sub-divisions viz.; Punjab, Haryana Delhi & Chandigarh, East Rajasthan, Bihar, Odisha, Kerala and Lakshadweep received normal rainfall and remaining 14 Sub-divisions received either deficit / large deficit / no rainfall. (Table-2).

    Table 1. State wise distribution of number of districts with excess, normal,
    deficient, scanty and no rainfall (01.06.2017 to 14.06.2017)

    S. NO.

    STATES

    LE

    E

    N

    D

    LD

    NR

    ND

    TOTAL

    1

    A & N ISLAND(UT)

    0

    1

    0

    2

    0

    0

    0

    3

    2.

    ARUNACHAL PRADESH

    1

    0

    5

    3

    2

    0

    5

    16

    3.

    ASSAM

    0

    7

    9

    10

    0

    0

    1

    27

    4.

    MEGHALAYA

    0

    1

    2

    1

    0

    0

    3

    7

    5.

    NAGALAND

    0

    0

    0

    3

    0

    0

    8

    11

    6.

    MANIPUR

    0

    0

    1

    1

    0

    0

    7

    9

    7.

    MIZORAM

    3

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    6

    9

    8.

    TRIPURA

    2

    1

    1

    0

    0

    0

    0

    4

    9.

    SIKKIM

    0

    0

    1

    1

    2

    0

    0

    4

    10.

    WEST BENGAL

    0

    0

    4

    8

    7

    0

    0

    19

    11.

    ODISHA

    1

    3

    6

    17

    3

    0

    0

    30

    12.

    JHARKHAND

    1

    0

    6

    5

    12

    0

    0

    24

    13.

    BIHAR

    2

    3

    9

    17

    7

    0

    0

    38

    14.

    UTTAR PRADESH

    8

    8

    7

    19

    23

    7

    0

    72

    15.

    UTTARAKHAND

    1

    3

    5

    2

    2

    0

    0

    13

    16.

    HARYANA

    9

    1

    7

    3

    1

    0

    0

    21

    17.

    CHANDIGARH(UT)

    0

    1

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    1

    18.

    DELHI

    0

    0

    1

    2

    1

    2

    3

    9

    19.

    PUNJAB

    12

    3

    1

    3

    1

    0

    0

    20

    20.

    HIMACHAL PRADESH

    2

    3

    4

    3

    0

    0

    0

    12

    21.

    JAMMU & KASHMIR

    12

    2

    2

    1

    3

    0

    2

    22

    22.

    RAJASTHAN

    9

    9

    11

    4

    0

    0

    0

    33

    23.

    MADHYA PRADESH

    26

    4

    8

    4

    7

    2

    0

    51

    24.

    GUJARAT

    10

    9

    5

    7

    2

    0

    0

    33

    25.

    DNH & DAMAN(UTs)

    0

    1

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    1

    26.

    DIU(UT)

    1

    0

    1

    0

    0

    0

    0

    2

    27.

    GOA

    0

    2

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    2

    28.

    MAHARASHTRA

    19

    10

    4

    3

    0

    0

    0

    36

    29.

    CHHATISGARH

    4

    4

    4

    9

    6

    0

    0

    27

    30.

    ANDHRA PRADESH

    4

    3

    5

    1

    0

    0

    0

    13

    31.

    TELANGANA

    10

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    10

    32.

    TAMILNADU

    3

    2

    9

    10

    8

    0

    0

    32

    33.

    PONDICHERRY(UT)

    0

    0

    1

    1

    0

    0

    2

    4

    34.

    KARNATAKA

    6

    3

    10

    5

    6

    0

    0

    30

    35.

    KERALA

    0

    0

    11

    3

    0

    0

    0

    14

    36.

    LAKSHADWEEP(UT)

    1

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    1

    TOTAL

    147

    84

    140

    148

    93

    11

    37

    660

    CATEGORYWISE DISTRIBUTION OF DISTRICTS OUT OF THE 625 WHOSE DATA RECEIVED

    24%

    13%

    22%

    24%

    15%

    2%

     

     

     

     

    >

    CATEGORY

    NO. OF STATE/UT

    L. EXCESS

    24

    EXCESS

    13

    NORMAL

    22

    DEFICIENT

    24

    L.DEFICIENT

    15

    NO RAIN

    2

    NO DATA

     

    Crop weather conditions
    (11th June to 17th June 2017)

    The crop weather conditions in different states as reported by the cooperating centers of AICRPAM are as under:

    Maharashtra

    Vidharbha region

            Light rainfall received in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra state during this week. Maximum temperature across the week was 2.2°C below normal and the minimum temperature was 2.0°C below normal. Agricultural operations like preparatory tillage/cleaning campaign are underway in remaining fields. Spreading and incorporation of FYM/compost in fields is in progress. Maintenance work of farm pond , contour / drainage lines in fields are being carried out. Wherever irrigation is available nursery sowing of kharif vegetables is being carried out. Acid lime, sapota, water melon, musk melon and gourds are being harvested stage as per maturity. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Marathwada region

            Light rainfall received in Marathwada region of Maharashtra state during this week. The maximum temperature ranged between 30.0 to 34.6 ˚C and minimum temperature ranged between 21.0 to 23.5˚C, respectively. Agricultural operations like preparatory tillage underway in remaining fields. Spreading and incorporation of FYM/compost in fields and sowing of rainfed crops cotton, black gram, green gram and sorghum are in progress. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Andhra Pradesh

             Light rainfall received in Andhra Pradesh state during this week.  Andhra Pradesh as whole received normal rainfall i.e.22.2 mm against normal rainfall of 18.7 mm (19%). The total area sown Andhra Pradesh State up to 17.06.2017 is 0.94 lakh ha. (2%) as against the normal area of 40.42 lakh ha. and Normal as on date is 2.00 lakh ha. (47%). Agricultural operations like receipt of recent rains preparatory cultivation are under progress. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Assam

           Light rainfall received in Assam state during this week. Daily average maximum temperature was 1.0°C above normal and the average daily minimum temperature was which was above normal for the week. Agricultural operations like nursery bed preparation and sowing of seeds of sali rice in nursery beds, earthing up of sugarcane crop and land preparation/sowing/planting of summer vegetables crops are in progress. Boro rice is at maturity to harvestingstage and summer vegetables are in flowering to fruiting s. No major pests and diseases were noticed..

    Bihar

            Light rainfall received at isolated place of North Bihar state during this week.. Maximum temperature ranged from 30.5 to 37.5°C and the minimum from 24.2 to 27.5°C. Agricultural operations like sowing of paddy in nursery, kharif maize, pigeonpea, groundnut and fingermillet crops are in progress. Sugarcane at vegetative stage, Summer Maize is in Knee high stage to cob initiation stage. Summer Moong is in maturing stage. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Chhattisgarh

            Light rainfall received at isolated place of North Bihar state during this week. Agricultural operations like ploughing, field preparations and nursery sowing/ direct sowing of rice crop going on where irrigation facilities are available and some rains have taken place. Irrigation application in cucurbitaceous crops. Need based application of insecticides in vegetables against stem borer, aphids, thrips, fruit and pod borer and other pests. Drip and sprinkler irrigation in vegetable is being followed.  Digging of pits for fruit and plantation crops particularly in Chhattisgarh plains region by some farmers.  Nursery sowing is going on for Kharif rice in some areas for irrigated-transplanted regions are in progress. Cucurbitaceous vegetables are in fruiting stage and summer rice is in physiological maturity stage. Low intensity of fruit borer and white fly leaf curling in solanaceous vegetables were noticed.

    Uttar Pradesh

    Eastern Uttar Pradesh

        Light rainfall received in East Uttar Pradesh region of Uttar Pradesh state during this week. Agricultural operations like nursery raising of paddy and  intercultural operation in fertilizer application in sugarcane crops are in progress. Sugarcane is in grand growth stage and moong/urd/sunflower are in maturity stage. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Western Uttar Pradesh           

    Cloudy weather prevailed in Western Uttar Pradesh region of Uttar Pradesh state during this week. Agricultural operations like harvesting of zaid urd, zaid moong, brinjal and chillies crops are in progress. Vegetable crops are in flowering to  fruiting stage. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Gujarat

              Light rainfall received in Gujarat state during the week. The actual average maximum temperature is 0.5°C and minimum temperature is 0.3 °C higher as compared to their normal values. Agricultural operations like harvesting of summer crops and land preparation for kharif season crops are in progress. No major pests and diseases were noticed

    Haryana

           Light rainfall received in isolated places in Haryana state during the week. The maximum temperature slightly above the normal and minimum temperature below the normal. Agricultural operations like interculturing/hoeing operation in early sown deshi and BT cotton, preparation of scented basmati paddy nursery and preparation of land for sowing of bajra and cluster bean crops are in progress. Cotton is at vegetative stage. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Jammu & Kashmir

                 Light rainfall received in Jammu region of Jammu & Kashmir state during this week. The maximum temperature was in the range of 35.8 to 40.2 °C and minimum temperatures is ranged between 19.6 to 23.4 °C. Agricultural operations like sowing the recommended var. of maize (Vivek-25, Vivek QOM-9 HM-5 and HQPM-1) is in progress. Nursery raising of timely transplanted basmati rice. Land preparation in fallow fields. Picking of matured pod from summer moong and mash crop and plant protection measures in vegetable and horticulture crops are in progress. Maize is at emergence stage Early transplanted Paddy crop is at nursery sowing. Summer fodder is at peak vegetative stage. Cucurbits, tomato, brinjal and summer okra are at fruiting stage. Moderate intensity of fruit fly in cucurbit crop was noticed.

    Jharkhand               

    Light rainfall received in Jharkhand state during the week. Daily maximum and minimum temperature ranged from 28.5 to 42.3 ºC and 19.4 to 22.4 ºC, respectively. Weekly maximum and minimum was 35.3 and 21.7 ºC which was almost similar to their normal value of 35.6 and 23.9 ºC, respectively. Agricultural operations like land preparation for kharif crops, sowing of pigeon pea, soybean, maize and seedling raising of rice crops are in progress. Summer rice is at maturity stage and pod formation in urd. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Kerala

             Moderate rainfall received in Kerala state during the week. Daily maximum and minimum temperature ranged from 27.5 to 32.3 ºC and 22.6 to 24.9 ºC, respectively. Agricultural operations like land preparation for paddy and transplanting of vegetables to be completed before severe rain are in progress. paddy and vegetables  are at transplanting stage. Moderate intensity of leaf rust in coffee, azhukal in cardamom, powdery mildew in vegetables and soft rot in ginger was noticed.

    Madhya Pradesh         

    Light rainfall received in Madhya Pradesh state during the week. Agricultural operations like farmers are collecting inputs for sowing of kharif crops, nursery bed preparation for rice seedlings in irrigated areas, construction of bunds around rice field for conserving water and insecticide application for controlling sucking pests in vegetables crops are in progress. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Karnataka

    South Karnataka

               Light rainfall received in south Karnataka region of Karnataka state during the week. State actual rainfall was 60.0 mm as against the normal of 41.0 mm with (+) 48 % deviation. Whereas SIK received 10.0 mm of rainfall as against the normal of 16.0 mm leading to (-) 36 % deviation. Total targeted area of 73.00 lakh hectare, 4.44 lakh hectares has been covered under sowing (6.08 %). Agricultural operations like sowing of redgram and pulses are progress. Land preparation for sowing of kharif crop is under progress, ploughing across the slope will make insitu soil moisture conservation and germination test and soil test for kharif crops is sowing are in progresss. Mango is at harvesting stage. Redgram, maize and pulses are at sowing stage. Low intensity of Anthracnose disease in mango was noticed was noticed.

    Odisha

              Light rainfall received in Odisha state during the week. Agricultural operations like sowing of kharif dry direct seeded paddy in upland, raising dry bed for rice and ragi, sowing of ragi, maize, pigeon pea and groundnut, intercultural operation and plant protection in jute, irrigation and plant protection of sugarcane, planting of tube rose, chrysanthemum and inter cultural operation of summer vegetables like cucurbits and okra crops are in progress. Seedling stage of green manuring crops. Tillering stage of sugarcane. Maturity stage of pre kharif ragi. Seedling stage of ragi in nursery. Seedling stage of kharif maize. Fruiting stage of brinjal, okra and cucurbits. Vegetative stage of turmeric, zinger, colocasia and yam and branching stage of jute. No major pests and diseases were noticed

    Punjab

          Light rainfall received in Punjab state during this week. The maximum temperature ranged between 38.2 to 41.0°C and minimum temperature ranged between 23.2 to 27.0°C. Agricultural operations like sowing maize, arhar crops are in progress. Seedling stage of all major crops. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Rajasthan

              Light to moderate rainfall received in Rajasthan state during this week. The Maximum temperature ranged from 36.5 to 39.4 °C with mean value of 37.8 °C which was above normal by 1.1 °C. Minimum temperature was ranged from 23.6 to 27.0 °C with mean of 25.4 °C which was below normal by 0.3 °C during this week. Agricultural operations like FYM application in some fields and field preparation for kharif sowing are in progress. Summer maize is at tasseling to grain filling stage. Late sown wheat is at maturity stage. No major pests and diseases were noticed.

    Tamil Nadu

              Dry weather prevails in Kovilpatti region of Tamil Nadu state during this week. Maximum temperature across the week was 0.9 °C above normal and the minimum temperature is also 1.9°C above normal. Agricultural operations like spraying of systemic insecticide to control sucking pest is in progress. Cotton is in boll maturity stage. Sugarcane is in grand growth stage to millable cane stage. Banana is in bunch development stage. Guava is in fruiting stage. Moringa, mango and brinjal are in harvesting stage and jasmine is in flowering stage. Low intensity of stem weevil, bollworms in cotton, wilt in guava, fruit borer in brinjal, budworm in jasmine, fruit fly in mango and moringa, canker in citrus  and leaf webber in gingelly crop was noticed

    West Bengal

            Light rainfall received in West Bengal state during this week. The Maximum temperature ranges from 33.0 to 36.0 °C and minimum temperature ranges from 25.6 to 29.0°C, respectively. Agricultural operations like sowing operation for aman rice, intercultural operation in sesame,  jute and pointed gourd crops are in progress. Jute is in vegetative to maturity stage. Pointed Gourd is in fruiting stage and chilli is in fruiting stage Low intensity of fruit rot in pointed gourd was noticed.

    Back to Top
    Back to Home