The National Govijana Collective says fertiliser concessions must be provided promptly as promised to the farming community.
Chairman Anuradha Tennakoon speaking to media in Kandy said the lack of fertiliser has led to a shortage of rice in the market.
Tennakoon said the government is attempting to mislead farmers.
He said harvests during the Maha season dropped by 60 percent while rice cannot be imported due to the shortage of dollars.
Tennakoon said the Yala season cannot get underway due to the lack of fertiliser adding that while reports have been circulated of fertiliser being available for Rs.10,000, stocks still remain unavailable.
He noted that farmers engaged in a satyagraha for 23 consecutive days requesting concessions but to no avail, adding that they called off the strike following favourable promises by the government.
Tennakoon said 65,000MT of fertiliser was due to be imported from India, which is yet to arrive in the island.
He warned that farmers are prepared to launch a strike again and force the subject Minister, MPs, and public representatives to remain under house arrest adding their actions would be far worse than that witnessed on the 9th of May.