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Latest Articles in agriculture

Indian Agriculture Market Has Huge Potential, ‘Leverage Domestic Dividends’ Says USDA

The US foreign agriculture service (FAS) further quotes, ‘India is the world’s second most populous country with a total population of 1.3 billion and accounts for 17.3 percent of the global population according to Indian data published by the United States Census Bureau’

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Is US Insecure With Twisted Agriculture Trade Of 2:1 With India

Agricultural trade between the United States and India was estimated at about USD 5.3 billion in the calendar year (CY) 2016, although the balance of agricultural trade was twisted more than 2 to 1 in India’s favour

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Expectations From Indian Agriculture

In 2018, the focus will be on improving the farmers’ income by ensuring higher prices for his crops

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What To Expect In 2018 In Agriculture

The government cannot let agriculture lag behind in technology adoption if it wants to achieve its goal of doubling farmers' incomes by 2022

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The Green Cognizance – Agriculture 2018

Agriculture prices are expected to edge up in 2018 due to reduced supplies, with grains, oils and meals price rising marginally

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India’s Agriculture Market Overview – US Perspective

Although palm oil continues to account for the largest share of India’s edible oil imports, the country is also the world’s largest soybean oil importer, surpassing China in 2013

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Farmers Must Adopt Market-centred Approach To Earn More: Minister

MoUs worth about Rs 124 lakh crore have been signed for setting up various types of processing units

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Where Small Change Counts!

How did the Indian farmer cope with the cash crunch that followed demonetisation? BW Businessworld investigates

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India’s Share In Global Trade Of Processed Food Negligible: Devendra Kumar Singh, Chairman, APEDA

"We have a younger generation with wonderful ideas, they are innovative, and they think of fusion and are enthusiastic. We have to see how this potential can be harnessed into making India a future food supplier of the world,” Dr Subodh Jindal, Managing Director, Excelsior Food and Chemical Industries and President, All India Food Processors’ Association

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'Vegetables Prices Shot Up Most In Lucknow Wholesale, Retail Markets'

Supply of vegetables in the country declined by about four per cent and their average price rose by over 12 per cent and by about nine per cent at wholesale and retail markets in October

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5 Things Government Urgently Needs To Do To Get Agriculture On Right Track

One of the major barriers to boosting farm productivity is the lack of new technologies and major breakthroughs

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Under Secretary McKinney To Lead USDA Trade Mission To India

McKinney on his first visit as Under Secretary will be heading a delegation of approximately 50 business, trade association and state government leaders who are seeking to increase US agricultural exports to the world’s second-most-populous country.

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India Has To Embrace Cutting-Edge Technologies To Sustain Global Leadership : Shivendra Bajaj

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Shivendra Bajaj talks about various outcome-based approaches and ways to increase the productivity in agriculture.

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South-West Monsoon Ends Officially; Heavy North-East Monsoon Signals Its Arrival

With the initial onset of monsoons that swept across large swathes of India, Kharif planting got a further fillip, as overall planting acreage increased by three percent compared to normal area

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India Drags Feet On Genetically Modified Mustard Permit Amid Powerful Opposition

The mustard variety would have been the first transgenic food crop to be allowed for commercial cultivation

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