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Latest Articles in kharif crops

Bracing For The COVID-19 Impact On Agriculture In Short And Longer-Term

A shortage of such a high-demand crop may lead to inflation and can strain the system leading to food inflation.

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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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Lower Kharif Harvest Projected For Indian Crop Year 2017-18, says USDA

According to the global agriculture intelligence network of USDA ‘market sources report that the first advance estimates may be on the higher side largely based on the provisional planting reports as the prolonged dry spell in the unirrigated areas is also likely to affect yield prospects’

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Foodgrain Output May Drop 2.5% In Kharif Season This Year

​The country had produced a record 138.52 MT in the kharif season of 2016-17 crop year (July-June) on good monsoon rains

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Agrarian India Showing Growing Resilience To Nature's Whims: Report

According to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), the cumulative rainfall across the country till August 23 was 94 per cent of the Long Period Average (LPA), which was below-normal levels

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Growth In Food Grain Production Likely To Be Lower This Year

According to the Japanese financial services major, the land area sown has fallen across all other crops: rice, pulses, coarse cereals, oilseeds and jute

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India To Develop Hand Held Device To Provide Soil Health Card Benefits To Farmers

It was also decided to review the progress of the same by contacting start-up companies manufacturing these equipments

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Monsoon Rains 35% Above Average Last Week, Says IMD

Though the monsoon arrived in India on June 8, a week later than usual, the weather office expects it to deliver surplus rainfall.

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Monsoon Covers Nearly Entire India; Narrows Rainfall Deficit

Nearly half of India's farmlands, without any irrigation cover, depend on annual June-September rains to grow a number of crops

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