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Banteay Meanchey: Due to drought, prolonged drought Between the fields of O'Prasat and the commune of Trath Tek. Evidently, on the 5th of June, 2020, the point between the field of O'Prasat village and Kork Ampil village, O'Prasat commune and village. Seeing that rice is slowly dying and there is no rain, farmers are very worried that the crop is growing. The trunk was drenched and the drought was prolonged without rain.

Villagers in Kok Ampil village confirmed that this is not an angel or an angel farmland Rain is no more than rain in the market place, so far in the rice fields between O'Prasat and the flooded rice paddies It is slowly dying. Mongkol Borei district governor Roth Dansanin said that in Mongkol Borei district by 2020, farmers are prospering. The harvest is about 50,000 hectares, mostly of early or late season.

And most of the rice fields have not yet been affected or damaged, though some areas have been rained, others have been blocked Rainfall was minimal. According to the Banteay Meanchey Provincial Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, 252,320 hectares of farmland will be plowed through rice by 2020 194,328 hectares of wet season rice crop which amounted to 61.71% till June 1, 2020 Average rainfall target at the beginning of the session was 181.12 mm, compared to last year. Above 2500mm for the same period. By: Bunthoeun