5-Days Weather Forecast of Kruttivennu block of Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh

We provide the most accurate weather forecast for Kruttivennu block of Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh for the upcoming five days, directly sourced from the India Meteorological Department.

Rainfall Information : A total of 69.5 mm of rainfall expected in the coming week.

Here's the day-to-day breakdown of the weather forecast

06-12-2023

Rainfall: 53.2 mm is likely to occur.

Maximum temperature likely to be 27.4 degrees Celsius and Minimum temperature is 26.5 degrees Celsius.

Maximum Relative Humidity likely to be 87% and the Minimum Relative Humidity is 83%.

Wind speed may go up to 33.0 kilometres per hour. With Southeast direction

Cloud cover (Octa) i.e. the reading of the density of clouds may be 8. Hence there is a possibility of Cloudy sky.


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07-12-2023

Rainfall: 11.5 mm is likely to occur.

Maximum temperature likely to be 29.1 degrees Celsius and Minimum temperature is 24.9 degrees Celsius.

Maximum Relative Humidity likely to be 90% and the Minimum Relative Humidity is 74%.

Wind speed may go up to 16.0 kilometres per hour. With East direction

Cloud cover (Octa) i.e. the reading of the density of clouds may be 2. Hence there is a possibility of Mainly clear sky.


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08-12-2023

Rainfall: 0.7 mm is likely to occur.

Maximum temperature likely to be 29.4 degrees Celsius and Minimum temperature is 24.6 degrees Celsius.

Maximum Relative Humidity likely to be 92% and the Minimum Relative Humidity is 72%.

Wind speed may go up to 10.0 kilometres per hour. With Northeast direction

Cloud cover (Octa) i.e. the reading of the density of clouds may be 3. Hence there is a possibility of Partly cloudy sky.


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09-12-2023

Rainfall: 3.2 mm is likely to occur.

Maximum temperature likely to be 30.1 degrees Celsius and Minimum temperature is 23.8 degrees Celsius.

Maximum Relative Humidity likely to be 86% and the Minimum Relative Humidity is 66%.

Wind speed may go up to 7.0 kilometres per hour. With South direction

Cloud cover (Octa) i.e. the reading of the density of clouds may be 1. Hence there is a possibility of Mainly clear sky.


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10-12-2023

Rainfall: 0.9 mm is likely to occur.

Maximum temperature likely to be 30.7 degrees Celsius and Minimum temperature is 24.3 degrees Celsius.

Maximum Relative Humidity likely to be 90% and the Minimum Relative Humidity is 62%.

Wind speed may go up to 8.0 kilometres per hour. With Northeast direction

Cloud cover (Octa) i.e. the reading of the density of clouds may be 0. Hence there is a possibility of 0 Clear sky.


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Weekly Weather Outlook

We understand the importance of staying informed about the weather for the success of your agricultural activities. That's why we're here to provide you with the latest weather information, including daily updates, 5-day forecasts, and real-time reports specific to your location. Here are the details of the Weekly Weather Outlook.

  • Minimum Temperature: The average minimum temperature for the week is approximately 24.82 °C
  • Maximum Temperature: The average maximum temperature for the week is reaching up to around 29.34 °C
  • Rainfall Potential: The average rainfall potential for the week is expecting approximately 27.8 mm of rainfall, which is vital information for your irrigation and crop management strategies.
  • Humidity Levels: The average humidity levels for the week vary, with a maximum averaging around 89 %, and a minimum averaging around 71.4 %.

These insights, along with data on average rainfall, average minimum and maximum temperatures, as well as average humidity levels, are indispensable for making well-informed decisions for your farming operations. Monitoring these ever-changing weather conditions is crucial for ensuring the success of your agricultural endeavors. Stay updated on the weather in your region and plan your activities accordingly. Your farming success hinges on it.

Wind direction: Degree to Direction conversion.

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Categories for Sky condition in Local Forecast

Sky condition Portion of sky covered with clouds (in Octa)
Clear sky 0
Mainly clear sky 1-2
Partly cloudy sky 3-4
Generally cloudy sky 5-7
Cloudy sky >7
Agro Advisories From 06-12-2023 to 10-12-2023
Rice

Crop is in tillering stage and there is weed infestation due lack of sufficient irrigation water and deficit rain fall. Spraying with post emergence herbicides like bispyribac sodium (Nominee Gold) 100 ml or Triafomone 20% + ethoxysulfuron 10% W.G (Council) 60gm per 1 acre is suggested to control all types of weeds upto 15 DAT. If broad leaved weeds are predominant, spray with 2- 4D sodium salt @ 400 g/acre is advocated upto 30 DAT

Pigeon pea (red gram/arhar)

Due to prevailing high temperatures and deficit rainfall, crop is subjected to moisture stress. Hence, foliar nutrition with potassium nitrate (13-0-45) @ 5g/litre is suggested to withstand moisture stress conditions. Soil moisture can be conserved by inter cultivation followed by mulching with crop residue.

Maize

Due to prevailing high temperatures and deficit rainfall, crop is subjected to moisture stress. Hence, foliar nutrition with potassium nitrate (13-0-45) @ 5g/litre is suggested to withstand moisture stress conditions. Regular interval irrigations has to apply based on the type of soil.

Green gram

Crop is in flowering and pod filling stage. Pod borer incidence is noticed in crop which is in flowering stage. Spraying novaluron 1.0 ml or thiodicarb 1.0 gram or acephate (1.0) gram/lit can control the pest.

Cotton

Crop is at 40-50 DAS. Moisture stress conditions and insufficient precipitation has led to the build up of sucking pest and pink boll worm. Installation of sticky traps and pheromone traps @ 6 per acre helps to reduce to pest incidence. Spraying with neem oil (1500 ppm) @ 300ml or imidachloprid @ 40 ml/acre helps to manage sucking pest and spraying with prophenophos 400 ml (or) Thiodicarb 300 grams (or) Chloropyriphos 500 ml/acre for control of pink boll worm. Intercultivation helps to control weeds and also conserves soil moisture.

Napier bajra

Crop is in vegetative stage Due to prevailing high temperatures and deficit rainfall, is subjected to moisture stress. Regular interval irrigations has to apply based on the type of soil.

Sugarcane

Crop is in vegetative stage. Monitoring for stem borer incidence would save the crop from pest incidence. Release of Trichogramma egg parasitoids, @ 20,000 at 30 DAS. can manage the pest incidence . Installation of pheromone traps 6@ per acre to monitor the pest incidence is advocated. Spraying with chlorpyriphos 2.5 ml (or) monocrotophos 1.6 ml (or) chlorantraniliprole 0.3 ml/lit helps to control the pest.

Acid lime

Present weather conditions are favourable for Incidence of leaf miner in Acid Lime. To control of this leaf miner spraying of imidachloprid @0.5 ml for litre/water.

Chilli

Apply biofertilizers such as Azospiriilum @2kg,Phosphobacteria @ 2kg,Potash mobilizer @2 kg and Mycorrhizae @ 5 kg/acre may improves the plant root growth and gives higher yield.

Turmeric

Crop is at 40-45 DAS. Fertilizer application of 150kg SSP, 50kg urea and 25 kg MOP along with 200kg neem cake helps in better crop growth due to balanced nutrition. Intercultivation helps to control weeds and also conserves soil moisture.

List of Gram Panchayats under Kruttivennu Block

Cherukumilli
Chinagollapalem
Chinapandraka
Endapalli
Garisepudi
Interu
Komallapudi
Kruthivennu
Laxmipuram
Matlam
Munipeda
Neelupudi
Nidamarru
Padatadika
Pallipalem
Seethanapalli