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More than 130 hectares of farmland suffered from floods in the Amur region

More than 130 hectares of farmland suffered from floods in the Amur region
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In the Amur region, 125 farms on the 137,8 area, thousands of hectares, suffered from floods. These are the daily monitoring data for 30 July.

According to the press service of the regional government, soybean and grain crops in the 12 areas of the Amur region were affected by soil moisture. The area of ​​affected farmland may increase - district commissions cannot get to some fields due to heavy flooding.

Due to the deteriorating flood situation in the region Emergency mode entered regional significance.The citizens recognized as a result of the emergency will receive a one-time financial assistance from the authorities of the Amur region: 10 thousand rubles for the dead crop and 30 thousand rubles for a household where water has risen above the floor level.