Once again the most debatable topic has come which is about air pollution.
This happened because in the Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR) there was a sharp quality drop.
The burning of paddy residue remains for the sharp spike in winter air pollution.
It is necessary to give credits to the central government for doing all the possible requirements to stop crop burning.
After all the efforts there was some kind of improvement in all these incidents.
For example: 2019 reported a 50 per cent reduction in these incidents in Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh from 2016 to 2019.
Handling paddy is little tough as all its collection, processing, storage, and transportation to the point of ultimate utilization.
The transportation costs become very high sending it to somewhere far.
There is no one solution to this question.
Using paddy straw pellets to power local biomass gasification plants could be one way of supporting the transition.
Food processing and cooling infrastructure at the village level would help farmers shift to other crops.
Then because of this the demand will be reduced of intensity of crop waste processing machines in the short term and improve both soil health and the water table in the long.
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