Himachal became the first Indian state to have anti-hail guns
Shimla: After a long leap to manage anger of nature, Emilia has achieved a breakthrough in his first anti-hail guns, also the first in India has already been installed in the state.Guns, using the shock waves would crash the hail clouds before they can affect the flow of the apple harvest permanent gardening minsiter Narinder Bragta said today. He said that three other similar anti-hail guns were installed in fruit belt of the district and work was underway. When that radar, one of which is already installed 10,000 ft high peak Tumdoo Kharapathar, although founded in Jubbal, Kotkhai and Rohru areas. He also said that these weapons were mounted on a pilot basis and will soon make its way into the idle state after the test of these weapons have been successfully completed.
It should be noted that about 30 percent apple crop in the upper areas of Shimla district are destroyed each year by the hail. After calling for expressions of interest, selected at the state enterprise in the United States to install weapons and three crore will be spent on the first phase of this plan. Given the negative effect of any anti-gun climate hill, the state government chose guns based on acetylene. The radars would track the transport of clouds and in case of hail clouds, it set off an alarm, getting up a shock wave for breaking up the clouds. The project is expected to cover the full cost in one year of installation, because it should save crops Rs 50 crore in a single season, experts, they said.