Agricultural actions alongside the Anloga-Anyanui channel of the Volta River within the Anloga District of the Volta Region have nearly come to a standstill.

This is as a result of massive monitor of farms with reference to the banks of the river were flooded following the blockage of the channel linking the world to the circulate at Ada-Foah within the Greater Accra Region.

What is worse is that the now stagnant water emits offensive smell and isn’t just killing fish and crab species but in addition flooding the ponds and wells at the farms that are not appropriate for manufacturing of vegetation.

The channel were given blocked after tidal waves that hit the world totally destroying Puveme a group close to Anyanui and ended up dividing the channel into two.

As a end result, the river can not waft freely during the channel into the ocean and vice-versa resulting in the flooding of communities downstream on the slightest rain.

The Keta Lagoon which has additionally grow to be the gathering level for extra water from the Volta River, the Avu Lagoon, River Tordzi and River Dayi has additionally compounded the issues of the farmers with the day by day flows.

When the Ghanaian Times visited the world on the weekend for this particular record facilitated with improve from the Gower Street, the farmers had certainly deserted their flooded farms, some of which had the destroyed vegetation on them.

According to them, that is the second one time in over 30 years they had been experiencing such magnitude of destruction which had affected their livelihoods.

The Chief Farmer of Whuti Srogboe Electoral house within the Anlo District, Mr James Nutakor, a vegetable farmer mentioned the salty nature of the water had destroyed the vegetation at the beds.

He mentioned he misplaced about roughly 8 acres of tomatoe vegetation on 480 lawn beds which will have fetched him GH¢6000 every week right through harvesting however all that were destroyed through the salty water.

He mentioned his okra, onion and pepper farms had been additionally now not spared, including, that, his different colleagues numbering over 350 had been all going thru the similar ache and best hoping the water would ultimately recede for them to start out lifestyles everywhere once more.

As as to if they have got had any the aid of govt, Mr Nutakor spoke back within the detrimental and suggested govt to assist supply them with stepped forward seeds that may stand the checks of time.