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Crop-cutting experiments would be held for determining the drought conditions, assessing the crop damage and payment of compensation to farmers under the crop insurance scheme, he said in a statement. He asked the assistant statistical officers and agricultural extension officers to select survey numbers and fields as per the procedure laid down under crop surveys with the assistance of panchayat secretaries and invariably obtain the signatures of the panchayat secretary and select farmers.
The list of select fields and survey numbers and names of cultivators should be furnished to the panchayat secretaries at least three days before the harvest to enable the latter to affix the lists on the notice boards in gram panchayats, he said. The officials concerned should visit the selected fields along with the sarpanch, ward members, mandal parishad president, ZPTC and MPTC members, Rythu Mitra group members and village elders. Officials should harvest the crop, weigh the produce obtained and take the signatures of farmers concerned and members present, he said.
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