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  • Select pulses decline on fall in demand

    Select pulses led by kabuli gram fell by upto Rs 200 per quintal at the wholesale pulses market today following easing demand from dal mills and retailers against sufficient stocks position. Traders said besides fall demand from dal mills and retailers, adequate stocks position on increased arrivals from growing regions, mainly led to decline in kabuli gram and

  • Pigeon Pea Market Analysis, Share And Size, Trends, Industry Growth And Segment Forecasts To 2022

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  • White Chickpeas Market Overview, Industry Top Manufactures, Market Size, Industry Growth Analysis & Forecast: 2022

    The White Chickpeas market provide points that are discussed within the report are the major market players that are involved in the market such as manufacturers, raw material suppliers, equipment suppliers, end users, traders, distributors and etc. The readers will find this report very helpful in understanding the White Chickpeas market in depth. The

  • Bearish outlook for pulses

    Bearish sentiment prevailed in pulse seeds and pulses amid adequate availability of stock and absence of retail demand with masur (bold) being quoted at ₹3,425 a quintal, while masur (Madhya Pradesh) ruled at ₹3,100. With the new crop expected to hit the local mandis shortly, future of masur appears bearish. Masur dal

  • Pulses remain steady

    New Delhi, Mar 8 The wholesale pulses market displayed a steady trend in the national today as prices moved in a narrow range on alternate bouts of trading and settled at previous levels. Traders said adequate stocks position against sporadic demand, mainly kept pulses prices flat. Following are today's pulses'

  • Canadian pulse farmers hope India, Canada find agreement by June

    OTTAWA — Canadian pulse farmers are pondering if it is even worth planting peas and lentils this spring, as steep tariffs from their No. 1 customer cut deep into their profit margins. However Gordon Bacon, CEO of Pulse Canada, hopes that if Canada can persuade India to stop requiring Canadian producers to douse

  • Farmers could see consequences from new tariffs

    PULASKI (WLUK) -- Since word of the steel and aluminum tariffs first surfaced, speculation has been widespread on what industries will be affected. Farmers are among those fearing consequences from the new taxes. “Steel is in our everyday life around here from our farm machinery to our repairs on parts

  • Pulse farmers hope India, Canada find a deal after steep tariffs placed on peas, lentils

    OTTAWA—Canadian pulse farmers are pondering if it is even worth planting peas and lentils this spring, as steep tariffs from their No. 1 customer cut deep into their profit margins. However Gordon Bacon, CEO of Pulse Canada, hopes that if Canada can persuade India to stop requiring Canadian producers to

  • Mixed trend in pulses

    Majority of pulses and pulse seeds either traded lower or ruled stable on weak physical demand and adequate availability. Tur (Maharashtra) was at ₹4,300, (4,325 last week), while tur (Madhya Pradesh) ruled at ₹3,950. Given adequate availability of domestic tur with the Nafed and imported stock, rally in tur appears unlikely in

  • Central govt approves chana procurement in Maharashtra, but prices far from firming up, say traders

    In order to arrest the freefall in chana prices in wholesale markets, the Centre has decided to start the procurement of 3 lakh tonnes (lt) of chana under the Price Stabilisation Scheme (PSS) in Maharastra. The registration of farmers for the process has started from March 1 and 400 of