Tales through the industry
Seven hours outside Chennai, my translator, other scientists, and I also view the countryside unfurl whilst the coach barrels along. Through the seats we feel the eyes of curious adults and schoolchildren alike around us. Tamil music blares through the coach radio. A cacophony of automobile horns accompanies.
Emily Miller speaks having a paddy farmer about the challenges he faces.
Standing among paddy and sugarcane industries, we begin chatting with farmers and hear stories of why loans had been drawn in the place that is first. Tales of crop harm by monkeys who reached the mangoes first. Tales of officials doubting droughts and crop loss. Tales of botched documents during the co-op that is agricultural.
And then we saw the issue of having the story that is real.
Farmers would stand right in front of kilometers of industries and report unrealistically meager crop earnings, possibly into the hopes of getting some kind of federal federal government advantage. Other people would double-claim earnings sources which actually belonged for their