Team of Scientists conducted Joint Diagnostic Field Visit in various mandals of Karimnagar district affected due to the prevailing adverse weather conditions and suggested necessary precautionary measures. The team consisted of Scientists from Regional Agricultural Research Station, Jagtial Dr.D.Padmaja, Scientist (Pl.Br.), Dr.N.Balram Nayak, Scientist (Pl.Path.), Dr. P. Ravi, Scientist (Soil Science), Dr. Navata, Scientist (Agro.), DAATT Centre, Karimnagar, Dr.K.Madan Mohan Reddy, Scientist (TOT) and Agricultural Research Station, Karimnagar, Dr. G.Usharani, Scientist (Pl.Br.) along with the Agricultural Extension Officers, Smt. B.Anusha and Sri. Katam Raju, Progressive farmers and farmers pertaining to the concerned village. The team visited the Vedira village of Ramadugu Mandal, Veldi, Annaram and Rangampeta villages of Manakondur Mandal, and Mamidalapalli Villages of Veenavanka Mandal, Sirsapalli of Huzurabad Mandal, Perkapally of Saidapur Mandal which is the adopted village of Agricultural Research Station, Karimnagar. The team noticed submerged and affected crops due to the heavy and continous rainfall during the previous three to four days in paddy, cotton, maize and redgram. Wilt and boll rot in cotton were noticed for which drenching of stems with Copper oxychloride 30g per 10 litres was suggested for wilt and Streptocyclin 2g/lt and Copper oxychloride 30g per 10 litres was recommended for boll rot and asked to go for application of 25 kgs Urea and 15 kgs MOP after the rainfall recedes. Stem borer was noticed in paddy for which spraying of Cartap Hydrochloride 50 SP 2g/lt was recommended. Also the weather conditions are congenial for flaring the bacterial leaf blight in paddy for which spraying of Plantamycin 2 g + Copper oxychloride 30g for 10 litres of water was suggested. Zinc deficiency was also observed in the flooded paddy fields for which spraying of Zinc sulphate 2g/l twice or thrice in an interval of week was suggested. It was also suggested especially to drain out stagnant water through channels in all the crops as an immediate need of the hour.