The coronavirus crisis has severely affected livelihoods, local industries and the economy in general. It has also disrupted world trade, supply chains and also the production of food and agricultural products and commodities. The production of wheat and rice in rural villages and farms would be heavily impacted if lockdowns to curb the pandemic and virus restrictions continue to be enforced.
Usually, the monsoon season where the most rice is normally produced is from mid-May to early July, so if farmers do not get the rice planted by then, we’ll see ripple effects start,” Mohanty explained to the media last April.
Some of the likely effects would include food supply shortages, leading to a full-blown food crisis.
Vegetables are very important sources of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants providing human health benefits.
Helping with Vegetable farming business is a profitable business and this not only for a big farmer. It is also profitable for small and marginal farmers.