During the six months of hard work, the natural disaster strikes the damaging loss. The government has put up the FSL insurance scheme to give them more inspiration to encourage the sponsor of the backbone of the country. Extensive awareness programs for farmers have already been conducted across the district.
Stay on, unguturu, collar, neustesteMainly, Rabi will be utilized to provide insurance coverage for rice, maize, red chilli, pulses and turmeric crops. In the cooperative, rural and commercial banks, farmers who are eligible to avail crop loan anywhere from anywhere can avail this facility. Farmers who do not take loans also benefit from this. The government has made it easier for people to pay the premium through the representatives of the General Insurance Company or Your Service with land records. From 26th of this month, awareness programs started in all the village panchayats will be held till next month. The Central Government has been implementing this scheme since 2016 by the Prime Minister, Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) across the country, allowing the affected farmers to be economically safe and add friendly benefits to natural disasters. Bajaj Allianz GIC Ltd, with government support in the 2018-19 rabi season, came forward to implement this. The nominal premium payable by the farmer and the remaining amount will be borne by the central and state governments at 50:50 ratio.
Village unit as a village unit for main crops. The agriculture department estimates that about 4 lakh farmers are cultivated in the area of 5,91,250 acres in five types of agricultural crops in the district. The main rice is expected to be grown in 4,17,500 acres.
Yield loss assessment: An insurance benefit will be applied on the basis of yield loss to the crop from the time of harvest. Storms, droughts, floods, crop rotation, windstorm, hail, fire hazards, thunderbolts, pests, losses on the yield with negative weather. The damages will be paid based on the yields produced by crop loss results (CESES).
To make awareness to prepare for paddy cultivation in two and a
half acres. Loss of time in a form of crop failure every year. In case of loss of crop, the government will receive help when it comes to insurance. I do not know how to pay it and get insured. Officials should be aware of the FSL insurance.- Wanga Shankaram, PendrankokkuFarmers will be
allowed to cultivate paddy in ten acres of land annually. Any natural disasters at the time are out of us. Interested in joining insurance. Officers should take the initiative to get loans from banks for lease farmers. Crop insurance is likely to be paid when a loan is obtained.- Balusu Srinu, MoireerThe
utilization of insurance should be utilized by the farmers to provide insurance for the government. The district collector Kattanetan Bhaskar is heading the Agriculture Department of the district to work on the five major crops cultivating farmers. The premium payment has been fixed for crop insurance. In these days, the premium is taken from farmers who get crop loans. Non-loaned farmers are required to pay premium based on land records in your service centers.- T.Sudhradani, DDA, Eluru
Larger advantages: * In case of adverse weather conditions, the major crops are likely to pay compensation of up to 25% of the total amount of insurance cover for financial losses due to lack of sowing or non-rooting.
* Crop farms are damaged and hailstorm rain assesses loss during other disasters. The farmer is responsible for assessing the loss and damages.
* Payment of compensation for natural disasters after harvest crops is applied to Prime Minister Fasal Bima Yojana. After harvesting, the crop dried in the field of farming (within 14 days) will be taken into consideration for losses caused by rainfall and storm rainfall and premature rainfall. In such cases, the loss is calculated by the farmer and the beneficiary is entitled to compensation. The beneficiary will be credited directly to the peasant bank account.