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MAURITANIA AGRICULTURE

 

CROP: The rainy season starts slowly  

The rainy season starts to move slowly. Significant rainfall was recorded in some areas agropastoral. Thus, only three days, Gouraye, Guidimagha, recorded 97 mm of rain while Sélibaby, Maghama, Wompou, among others, have received 94 mm respectively in 4 days, 93.5 mm in two days and 93.2 mm in 5 days. According to the bulletin agro Meteorological Department of Agriculture and Livestock Horizons which received a copy, although the rainfall conditions provide opportunities for planting a wet in some places, it is advisable to take into account cultural calendar which suggests Planting for most wilayas, from the month of July. According to the same source, the Inter Tropical Front (FIT) occupies a position below the average.

The second decade of June was marked by stormy rainfall activities during the days of 12, 16 and 20 June, causing rains in different agro-pastoral wilayas of the country, including the Tagant, Brakna, Gorgol and Assaba two Hodhs.

Rainfall totals since the beginning of the season so far, have been recorded in the following locations:

Gouraye: 97mm to 3 days of rain; Sélibaby 94mm in 4 days of rain; Maghama 93.5 in two days of rain; Wompou 93.2 in 5 days of rain; Gouraye 87mm to 3 days of rain; Ghabou 78 mm 5 rainy days; Toufoundé Civé 1mm to 2 days of rain.

Compared to the previous year to the same period, the rainfall in 2008 is in surplus, normal across the country, apart from the localities Timbédra (-38mm) Foum Gleita (-20 mm).

This is normal rainfall deficit compared to the average annual inter 1990-2000, the same period.

During this decade, the Inter Tropical Front (FIT) experienced a

slight increase over the previous decade but still occupies a position below average. However, the fluctuations have resulted, at times, a penetration of the monsoon, promoting an activity-stormy rainfall in most parts of the wilayas agropastoral.

Respect the timetable

Cultural

 

Regarding the situation of cultures, activities are currently limited to the penetration of fields.

It should be noted that although the rainfall conditions provide opportunities for planting a wet in some places, it is advisable to take into account cultural calendar which suggests planting from the dates indicated. For example, for the city of Nema, it is advisable to sow between 19 and August 4 in dams and areas under the rain. A Aioun, between July 22 and July 31 in dams and pans; At Kiffa, between 15 and July 26 in

dams and pans; Sélibaby between June 23 and July 1, in areas under rain basins; Kaédi between 13 and July 19 in the cups and areas under rain; Aleg between July 21 and August 4 in dams and pans; Rosso between July 29 and August 12 in dams, the areas under rain and the cups; Tidjikja between 9 and August 27, in dams and pans.

Status phytosanitary

Under the security of agricultural production, 4 ground crews and aircraft operating in Trarza, two teams are canvassing the Tagant. Salaries are continuing and the results are as follows:

Concurrent hectares treaties: 617.93

Accumulation dormitories treaties: 20

Accumulation hour flight: 17h 16 minutes.

Preparations are underway for the delivery of pesticides to treat seed in the Wilayas.

Babouna Diagana

 
Source: AMI/PMD  

 
   

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