Two cyclones, Titli and Pethai,

Have totally reduced the crops produce particularly the paddy in the district during recent kharif season. Based on the agricultural income, gross value addition (GVA) is being calculated and it is useful in calculating per capita […]

Poor rains to bring down crop outputt

The output of key kharif crops like onion, cotton, sugarcane and oilseeds are likely to fall due to deficient rainfall in many parts of India, including Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka. Production of cotton, soybean and groundnut […]

Govt OKs 11.5-bln-rupee fund for crop residue mgmt in north India

The Union government enhanced the procurement quantity from 2,65,200 tonnes to 3,64,600 tonnes. The enhanced procurement quantity was 50% of the total estimated production under PSS during the Kharif season of 2017-18 in the State. The Union government had initially approved the procurement of 1,65,750 tonnes in December last year against the total expected yield of about 9,02,000 tonnes grown in 8.85 lakh hectares in the State.