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Skymet: Monsoons may remain below normal for India in 2017

The monsoon in India 2017, for the four-month period from June to September, is likely to remain below normal at 95% (with an error margin of +/-5%) of the long period average (LPA) of 887 mm, according to Skymet Weather.
This is likely to decide the fate of Kharif crop which is majorly dependent on the performance of the south-west monsoon and may cause trouble for the farmers.
On the southern tip of Kerala, the monsoons will arrive by June 1 and by September will retreat from the western state of Rajasthan.
Agriculture is the backbone of the Indian economy and the livelihood of the farmer depends on the monsoon rains. India’s total employment in the country through agriculture is around 85% and the sector contributes nearly 18% of the GDP.