10% less monsoon rains in India

Indian farmers planted summer cuttings on 85.456 million hectares by August 3; that is 1.8% less than a year ago.
The cotton acreage sinks by 4%, the rice cultivation by 4.2%, according to the evaluation of the government agency for agriculture.
The monsoon rains were 10% less than the national average by August 5, but the rainfall in Manipur was 64%, according to the Meteorological Institute in Mumbai.
India's monsoon rains are vital for the country's crops, but are below average in 2018, with only low rainfall for half of the monsoon season.

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