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Kakinada,February 05,(
The area with the scorching of the grass climates that the place is undermined by the threat to the eyes ... The underground waters of the region are increasingly becoming increasingly troubling. Experts warn that if it does not take corrective measures, it is a huge price.


The threat of saline water is increasing in the underground waters of the region, especially in coastal areas. The water resources in the well-balanced wells are gradually disappearing. It is a matter of concern that the salt density is increasing over the day. The AP Underground Water Authority officials have identified a significant increase in saltwater segments in eight areas in eight districts. A change in water quality from 2005 to 2016 was recorded.

The quality of water in Konaseema is gradually deteriorating. Causes of various types of problems are contributing to this problem. This problem is very high in the districts of Bendhalanka, Kutanganga, Machabaram, Yanam (Union Territory), I.Polavaram, Uppalaguptham, Sakhinetipally, and Thalalaru. In deep-density (ring wheel) wells, freshwater resources are filled with saline water. Officials say there are many reasons for shortening of small wells in the district of Konasema in the district. 

The saltwater rate increases as natural water resources in the regions gradually varied, as the ancient river route does not change its direction in the area of Cochise, which is rich in saltwater. During the months of May and November every year, they will find chemical samples collected by the water samples at the physiometry. It explains that changes in the areas of rapid water quality change in the area of changes.

In aquacewash, the prawns are customized and the berries are too high for saltwater, and the salt water is being pulled out. After the harvesting, the organizers left the water in the water resources and drains and water resources in many places. Scientists have repeatedly studied this in the past. Geologists have been identified in their studies as freshwater resources, low-lying wells in the region and freshwater resources of the Ring well are covered with saline ponds. With the increase in prawns, paddy cultivation in 50,426 hectares in 2007 was reduced to 40,265 hectares by 2016. About ten thousand hectares of land is used for other purposes. Of these, 80 percent of the land was landed on aqua cultivation, and some salt water had not been able to work for irrigation.

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