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Latest Articles in agriculture

Tractor Industry In India May Remain Unhurt From Pandemic

A good monsoon season may prove to be good news for tractor industry in India. CRISIL projects 1 per cent drop in sales despite Covid 19.

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Post COVID-19 Crisis- Immense Potential For Organic Products

Organic practices do not infect rivers and underground water with deep chemicals as the commercially grown agriculture does

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Partap Bajwa writes to PM, Finance Commission to include all stakeholders in expert group on agriculture

Partap Bajwa writes to PM, Finance Commission to include all stakeholders in expert group on agriculture

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India Clears 500,000 T Of Corn Imports At Much-Reduced Duty In Boost For Poultry Sector

India's corn imports in 2019 jumped to 312,389 tonnes in 2019 from just 30,962 tonnes a year ago, the government data showed.

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The Farm Trade And Commerce Act Surpasses Industry Expectations

Now farmers and aggregators will be able to directly go to warehouses, cold stores or other aggregators and buyers and sell their produce without going to the mandis.

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Punjab CM calls all-party meet on June 24 on Centre's farm ordinances

Punjab CM calls all-party meet on June 24 on Centre's farm ordinances

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Coffee Production Expected to Increase in India and Worldwide

With a slight upsurge of coffee production this year, the home-grown production of coffee is expected to increase both in India and internationally says a recent report. Brazil will also have a good harvest this year making global coffee production better, the report says.

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India's Table Grape Export May Fall by 45%

India's apple production may remain unchanged but grapes might become another nightmare to producers, those already facing challanges of loan settlement.

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Andhra Pradesh: Budget estimates reduced by 1.4 pc due to coronavirus

Andhra Pradesh: Budget estimates reduced by 1.4 pc due to coronavirus

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Summer Crop Sowing Speeding Up As Monsoon Covers Half Of India

Farmers have planted summer-sown crops on 9.26 million hectares (22.9 million acres) as of June 12, up 13.2% compared with the same period a year ago

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Summer Crop Sowing Speeding Up As Monsoon Covers Half Of India

Monsoons deliver about 70% of India's annual rainfall and are the lifeblood of its $2.5 trillion economy, spurring farm output and boosting rural spending on items ranging from gold to cars

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Locust Swarm - A Race Between Mankind And Insects

Locust swarm has grown due to various reasons but it has moved forward for one and only reason that is food. There may be various ways to curb this menace but a long term policy is must. BW Businessworld investigate historical development and talk to people who are subject experts.

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Electricity Amendment Bill 2020 Not In Interest Of Farmers, Poor: Chhattisgarh CM

It is necessary to give concession to people and farmers of the poor section of the society to make them self-sufficient and competent.

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A New Path In The Wild

The relief package for agriculture went far beyond cursory sops, to chart out a new route to a more self-reliant future for the farming community. But, what do the stakeholders think of it?

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Agriculture India-For the Farmer-Big or Small

The government should also increase its efforts in providing an agro-produce logistics department which directs produce from the farmer straight to the actual consumer where both enjoy higher & lower prices respectively, besides good quality.

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