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Importantly, farmers informed that after residue from the hybrid PR14 variety of rice was burnt over the last two months, now straw from Basmati rice is going to be set ablaze, which accounts for 30 per cent of the total paddy cultivation.Also, since the weather has cooled down and there is moisture on the crops, there will be more pollution compared to rapid burning of the remnants.
Dr Rajbir Singh, director, Agricultural Technology Application Research Institute (ATARI), Ludhiana, told Mail Today: 'This is not an easy feat.
Rice is sown in over 30 lakh hectare in Punjab and the burning takes place over a month.
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Punjab Chief minister Amarinder Singh's government claimed recently that crop residue burning in Punjab has come down by a significant 30 per cent.
It's not easy to cover this much area or convince farmers to stop a decades-old tradition.' 'Despite this, we have made several strides such as selling 1,200 happy seeder machines this time.
We were also able to get farmers attach 1,500 super SMS machines to their combined harvesters.
'The Punjabi business community is already seething with anger over GST.
Government employees are not being paid regularly as the state does not have enough funds.
However smoke seen emanating from the ground suggests the claim is premature.
Mail Today visited Punjab and Haryana and found vast swathes of agricultural land on both sides of NH-1 - traversing Sonipat, Panipat, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Ludhiana and further - turned charcoal black.
Incidents also came to the fore where lower level officials pocketed part of the money for not levying the full penalty.