• Trade Notice No 32 dated 11.09.2019 Last date of Import of Pulses for the F.Y 2019-20

    Trade Notice No 32 dated 11.09.2019 Last date of Import of Pulses for the F.Y 2019-20 Trade Notice No 32 2019 20 dated 11 September 2019 READ MORE

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  • Chana trades firm

    Chana trades firm Chana traded higher amid intermittent rains in Madhya Pradesh and decline in selling at a lower rate by the NAFED. Chana (kanta)rose to ₹4,200-4,225 a quintal, chana (desi) at ₹4,125 and chana (vishal) ruled at ₹4,050-4,100 . Chana dal (average)quoted at ₹5,150-5,250, chana dal (medium) at ₹5,350-5,450, while chana dal (bold) ruled […]

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  • Surplus August rains boost overall kharif acreage

    Surplus August rains boost overall kharif acreage Two-thirds of the landmass in the country received normal or excess rainfall this monsoon season, helping kharif planting to reach almost the levels of the previous kharif season. According to the kharif sowing data released by the Agriculture Ministry on Friday, plantings have covered nearly 1,010 lakh hectares […]

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  • Sluggish trend in pulses continues

    Sluggish trend in pulses continues Sluggish trend in pulses and pulse seeds continued in Indore mandis on weak physical demand, with moong (bold) quoted at ₹5,800-5,900 a quintal, while moong (medium) ruled at ₹5,200-5,400. Moong dal ruled stable, with moong dal (medium) at ₹7,200-7,300 and moong dal (bold) at ₹7,500-7,600. Urad and its dal ruled flat, with urad (bold) […]

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  • Sluggish trend in pulses continues

    Sluggish trend in pulses continues Sluggish trend in pulses and pulse seeds continuedon weak physical demand with moong (bold)declinedto ₹5,800-5,900, a quintal, while moong (medium) ruled at ₹5,200-5,400. Moong dal (medium) was quoted at ₹7,200-7,300, moong dal (bold) at ₹7,400-7,500, while moong mongar ruled at ₹7,800-7,900. Urad (bold) was quoted at ₹5,000-5,100, while urad (medium) ruled at ₹4,200. Read More

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  • Chana falls on weak demand

    Chana falls on weak demand Despite weak arrivals, chana and its dal have been trading low for the past few days on slack physical demand and buying support from millers with chana (Kanta) quoted at ₹4,150-75 a quintal, while chana (desi) ruled at ₹4,050 and chana (vishal) at ₹3,950-4,050. Read More

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  • Govt hopeful of achieving record foodgrain target for 2019-20.

    Govt hopeful of achieving record foodgrain target for 2019-20. The government on Monday said it is hopeful of achieving the record foodgrain production target of 291.1 million tonnes for the 2019-20 crop year even as floods in some parts are expected to hit kharif crops. There will be some impact of floods on the production. […]

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  • As toor acreages rise, Nafed begins to offload stocks

    As toor acreages rise, Nafed begins to offload stocks As acreages under toor/arhar exceeded last year’s levels after widespread rains in early August boosted the sowing, the government has begun to dispose of stocks. NAFED, the nodal procurement agency for pulses, has started offloading toor stocks in States such as Karnataka, Maharashtra and Gujarat. Read […]

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  • Sluggish trend in pulses continues

    Sluggish trend in pulses continues The sluggish trend in pulse seeds and pulses continued at the mandis in Indore on weak demand. Moong (bold) declined to ₹5,800-₹5,900 a quintal, while moong (medium) ruled at ₹5,200-₹5,500. Moong dal (medium) was at ₹7,200-₹7,300 , moong dal (bold) at ₹7,400-₹7,500, while moong mongar ruled at ₹7,800-₹7,900. Urad (bold) fetched ₹5,000-₹5,200, while urad (medium) ruled […]

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  • Mixed outlook for agro commodities after unprecedented rainfall hits major parts of India

    Mixed outlook for agro commodities after unprecedented rainfall hits major parts of India The strong revival of the southwest monsoon since late July is good news for the rabi crop. However, unprecedented heavy rains in parts of central and north India have raised worries about the yield and quality of Kharif-grown commodities, including soybean, groundnut, moong, urad […]

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