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Farm prices of Mustard/Toria will hover around Rs. 3500 to 3600 per quintal during January to March 2014

In India, Mustard/Toria is basically a rabi season crop. Its sowing starts in the month of September and continues till end of December. Rajasthan is the largest producer of mustard/Toria in the country with a contribution of 54 per cent to the country’s total mustard/Toria production followed by Punjab and Haryana together contributing 14 per cent. Other major producers of mustard/Toria seed in India are Madhya Pradesh/Chhattisgarh (13 per cent) and Gujarat (7 per cent).

Farm prices of Mustard/Toria will hover around Rs. 3500 to 3600 per quintal during January to March 2014

In India, Mustard/Toria is basically a rabi season crop. Its sowing starts in the month of September and continues till end of December. Rajasthan is the largest producer of mustard/Toria in the country with a contribution of 54 per cent to the country’s total mustard/Toria production followed by Punjab and Haryana together contributing 14 per cent. Other major producers of mustard/Toria seed in India are Madhya Pradesh/Chhattisgarh (13 per cent) and Gujarat (7 per cent).

Rabi pre-sowing crops price forecasts for 2013-14

RABI PRE-SOWING PRICE FORECASTS FOR  2013-14

FARM PRICE OF GROUNDNUT PODS LIKELY TO BE IN THE RANGE OF RS. 4000-4200/Q AT HARVEST

Maize prices to rule around Rs. 1400-1750 quintal by harvest in Ranebennur market

The trade in maize is mainly dependent on the demand from the poultry industry which is situated in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. Volatile prices of maize at harvesting season leave farmers in dilemma regarding the selling decisions that they have to take during the ensuing kharif season.

Sorghum fetches Rs. 1200-1500 per quintal at harvest in Bellary Market

Sorghum is an important cereal crop which is grown globally for food and feed purposes. It is most widely grown in the semi-arid tropics where water availability is limited and frequently subjected to drought. About 100 countries grow sorghum, of which 66 cultivate it over more than 1000 ha or produce more than 1000 tons. India has the largest sorghum area with 10.06 million ha. The second largest sorghum cultivating country is Nigeria, followed by Sudan, USA and Nigeria. More than 90 per cent of the world’s sorghum area lies in the developing countries, mainly in Africa and Asia.

Store Kharif grown onion upto November: UAS, Scientists

India is the second largest producer of onions in the world after China, with over 15 million tonnes production in 2011-2012. In India, maximum onion production takes place in Maharashtra (49.05 lakh tons) state followed by Karnataka (25.92 lakh tons), Gujarat (15.141 lakh tons.), Bihar (10.82 lakh tons.), Madhya Pradesh (10.21 lakh tons.) and Andhra Pradesh (8.12 lakh tons). In Rajasthan, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh it is grown to some extent. The quality of Karnataka small onion is better in view of mild climate which prevails almost round the year there.

Sell kharif grown Greengram Immediately after Harvest – DEMIC advisory

  The monthly data on modal prices of Greengram were collected from Gadag regulated market for the last 20 years and were analyzed by employing rigorous time series models and the prices for Greengram in Gadag market for the months of September, October and November months were forecast by the Domestic and Export Market Intelligence Cell, Department of Agribusiness Management, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad.

DR L.B. HUGAR--- AN OBITUARY

Dr L.B. Hugar who passed away on Thurs the 22nd August,2013 was an outstanding academician and researcher. The world of agriculture has lost a luminary and an eminent as well as a tireless worker. The void created by his untimely departure will be hard to fill. His last held position was as a Professor of Agricultural Economics and Dean of Agricultural Sciences at the University of Agricultural Sciences, Raichur.

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