|| Shree Mumba Devi Prasanna ||


AGMARKNET
19 Jun 2021
Wheat : 147 Average Max Price: 1897 Min Price: 1600   |   Wheat : Bansi Max Price: 2499 Min Price: 1400   |   Wheat : Maharashtra 2189 Max Price: 2470 Min Price: 1400   |   Wheat : Mexican Max Price: 1700 Min Price: 1700   |   Wheat : Sharbati Max Price: 4800 Min Price: 2305   |   Wheat : White Max Price: 3290 Min Price: 3290   |   Wheat : Local Max Price: 2800 Min Price: 2000   |   Wheat : Medium Max Price: 5000 Min Price: 5000   |   Paddy(Dhan)(Common) : Paddy Max Price: 2500 Min Price: 1900   |   Paddy(Dhan)(Common) : 1001 Max Price: 1700 Min Price: 1700   |   Paddy(Dhan)(Common) : Sona Max Price: 2593 Min Price: 2593   |   Rice : 1009 Kar Max Price: 3775 Min Price: 1699   |   Rice : Medium Max Price: 6000 Min Price: 4000   |   Rice : Sona Max Price: 5000 Min Price: 3000   |   Rice : Broken Rice Max Price: 1400 Min Price: 1400   |   Rice : Hansa Max Price: 4500 Min Price: 3850   |   Maize : Deshi Red Max Price: 2300 Min Price: 1250   |   Maize : Hybrid/Local Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1800   |   Maize : Local Max Price: 1450 Min Price: 1450   |   Maize : Yellow Max Price: 1800 Min Price: 1000   |   Jowar(Sorghum) : Jowar ( White) Max Price: 2800 Min Price: 1300   |   Jowar(Sorghum) : Local Max Price: 1430 Min Price: 1430   |   Jowar(Sorghum) : Red Max Price: 1600 Min Price: 1100   |   Bengal Gram(Gram)(Whole) : Average (Whole) Max Price: 5900 Min Price: 3500   |   Bengal Gram(Gram)(Whole) : Jawari/Local Max Price: 4981 Min Price: 4411   |   Black Gram (Urd Beans)(Whole) : Black Gram (Whole) Max Price: 10600 Min Price: 9900   |   Green Gram (Moong)(Whole) : Green (Whole) Max Price: 9400 Min Price: 2100   |   Groundnut : Big (With Shell) Max Price: 5009 Min Price: 3000   |   Groundnut : Balli/Habbu Max Price: 5149 Min Price: 2879   |   Groundnut : Gejje Max Price: 5335 Min Price: 2510   |   Groundnut : Hybrid Max Price: 4900 Min Price: 4900   |   Sesamum(Sesame,Gingelly,Til) : White Max Price: 14500 Min Price: 6500   |   Soyabean : Yellow Max Price: 7200 Min Price: 4599   |   Soyabean : Soyabeen Max Price: 6709 Min Price: 5300   |   Apple : Simla Max Price: 14000 Min Price: 12000   |   Apple : Apple Max Price: 8800 Min Price: 8800   |   Orange : Orange Max Price: 3900 Min Price: 3900   |   Banana : Khandesh Max Price: 1250 Min Price: 850   |   Banana : Pachha Bale Max Price: 1800 Min Price: 1800   |   Banana : Elakki Bale Max Price: 2300 Min Price: 2300   |   Mango : Totapuri Max Price: 2500 Min Price: 600   |   Mango : Hapus(Alphaso) Max Price: 16000 Min Price: 4000   |   Mango : Neelam Max Price: 1400 Min Price: 1000   |   Pineapple : Pine Apple Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1600   |   Onion : Red Max Price: 2500 Min Price: 100   |   Onion : White Max Price: 1700 Min Price: 1300   |   Onion : Local Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 600   |   Onion : Onion Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 500   |   Onion : Puna Max Price: 2600 Min Price: 800   |   Onion : Telagi Max Price: 2300 Min Price: 700   |   Onion : 2nd Sort Max Price: 1900 Min Price: 1500   |   Onion : 1st Sort Max Price: 2200 Min Price: 2000   |   Potato : Local Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1000   |   Potato : Potato Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1200   |   Garlic : Garlic Max Price: 3800 Min Price: 3800   |   Bajra(Pearl Millet/Cumbu) : Hybrid Max Price: 2100 Min Price: 1800   |   Ragi (Finger Millet) : Fine Max Price: 3000 Min Price: 2800   |   Ragi (Finger Millet) : Local Max Price: 1940 Min Price: 1800   |   Cauliflower : Cauliflower Max Price: 1600 Min Price: 1000   |   Brinjal : Round Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1400   |   Brinjal : Round/Long Max Price: 1500 Min Price: 800   |   Brinjal : Brinjal Max Price: 3000 Min Price: 700   |   Black pepper : Malabar Max Price: 41377 Min Price: 26613   |   Turmeric : Rajapuri Max Price: 7090 Min Price: 4861   |   Turmeric : Turmeric Stick Max Price: 15000 Min Price: 7800   |   Coriander(Leaves) : Coriander Max Price: 8000 Min Price: 7000   |   Methi Seeds : Methiseeds Max Price: 9500 Min Price: 2500   |   Arhar (Tur/Red Gram)(Whole) : Arhar (Whole) Max Price: 6200 Min Price: 6000   |   Green Peas : Green Peas Max Price: 11800 Min Price: 11000   |   Safflower : Safflower Max Price: 4761 Min Price: 4761   |   Chikoos(Sapota) : Sapota Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1000   |   Papaya : Papaya Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1400   |   Water Melon : Water Melon Max Price: 1800 Min Price: 1400   |   Mousambi(Sweet Lime) : Mousambi Max Price: 4100 Min Price: 4100   |   Tomato : Local Max Price: 1800 Min Price: 300   |   Tomato : Hybrid Max Price: 1000 Min Price: 800   |   Tomato : Tomato Max Price: 10000 Min Price: 200   |   Bitter gourd : Bitter Gourd Max Price: 4800 Min Price: 2000   |   Bottle gourd : Bottle Gourd Max Price: 1600 Min Price: 700   |   Bhindi(Ladies Finger) : Bhindi Max Price: 3200 Min Price: 1500   |   Green Chilli : Green Chilly Max Price: 4000 Min Price: 1500   |   Chilly Capsicum : Chilly Capsicum Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1000   |   Banana - Green : Banana - Green Max Price: 3000 Min Price: 1400   |   Cowpea (Lobia/Karamani) : Cowpea (Whole) Max Price: 6220 Min Price: 6220   |   Beans : Beans (Whole) Max Price: 7000 Min Price: 2500   |   Ginger(Green) : Green Ginger Max Price: 4000 Min Price: 1500   |   Corriander seed : Coriander Seed Max Price: 11000 Min Price: 9000   |   Kulthi(Horse Gram) : Horse gram (Whole) Max Price: 3500 Min Price: 2900   |   Copra : Copra Max Price: 19500 Min Price: 15500   |   Dry Chillies : Byadgi Max Price: 23000 Min Price: 15000   |   Dry Chillies : Guntur Max Price: 10300 Min Price: 10000   |   Coconut : Grade-I Max Price: 25000 Min Price: 8000   |   Coconut : Grade-III Max Price: 18000 Min Price: 18000   |   Sweet Potato : Sweet Potato Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 1500   |   Carrot : Carrot Max Price: 3800 Min Price: 1500   |   Cabbage : Cabbage Max Price: 1400 Min Price: 300   |   Snake gourd : Snakeguard Max Price: 2000 Min Price: 600   |   Beetroot : Beetroot Max Price: 3000 Min Price: 1000   |   White Pumpkin : White Pumpkin Max Price: 1200 Min Price: 900   |   Cucumbar(Kheera) : Cucumbar Max Price: 2200 Min Price: 400   |   Ridge gourd(Tori) : Ridgeguard(Tori) Max Price: 4000 Min Price: 1600   |   Raddish : Raddish Max Price: 3000 Min Price: 700   |   Thondekai : Thondekai Max Price: 2500 Min Price: 800   |   Capsicum : Capsicum Max Price: 5500 Min Price: 1200   |   Drumstick : Drumstick Max Price: 8000 Min Price: 1800   |   Chapparad Avare : Chapparada Avarekai Max Price: 3500 Min Price: 2000   |   Sweet Pumpkin : Sweet Pumpkin Max Price: 1200 Min Price: 800   |   Seemebadnekai : Seemebadanekai Max Price: 2400 Min Price: 800   |   Knool Khol : Knool Khol Max Price: 3600 Min Price: 1300   |   Suvarna Gadde : Suvarnagadde Max Price: 3200 Min Price: 2500   |   Lime : Lime Max Price: 2500 Min Price: 900   |   Karbuja(Musk Melon) : Karbhuja Max Price: 1600 Min Price: 1200   |   Pomegranate : Pomogranate Max Price: 3800 Min Price: 2800   |   Arhar Dal(Tur Dal) : Arhar Dal(Tur) Max Price: 10900 Min Price: 8500   |   Bengal Gram Dal (Chana Dal) : Bengal Gram Dal Max Price: 7300 Min Price: 6200   |   Black Gram Dal (Urd Dal) : Black Gram Dal Max Price: 13000 Min Price: 8300   |   Green Gram Dal (Moong Dal) : Green Gram Dal Max Price: 9600 Min Price: 8900   |   Ground Nut Seed : Ground Nut Seed Max Price: 11000 Min Price: 10200   |   Avare Dal : Avare (Whole) Max Price: 6100 Min Price: 5000   |   Dry Grapes : Dry Grapes Max Price: 40000 Min Price: 18000   |   Alasande Gram : Alasande Gram Max Price: 6600 Min Price: 4260   |   Chennangi Dal : Chennangi Dal Max Price: 6000 Min Price: 5900   |   Elephant Yam (Suran) : Elephant Yam (Suran) Max Price: 3504 Min Price: 2000   |  

Weather


FAIFA pleads to PM for immediate economic relief package for farmers hit by cyclone Nivar

FAIFA pleads to PM for immediate economic relief package for farmers hit by cyclone Nivar

Federation of All India Farmer Associations (FAIFA), a non-profit organization representing the cause of millions of farmers and farm workers of commercial crops across the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Gujarat etc. today urged Honorable Prime Minister to take swift action to bring relief to farmers hit by cyclone Nivar.

Share with : Facebook Whatsapp Twitter Linkedin

NEW DELHI, 2 December 2020: Federation of All India Farmer Associations (FAIFA), a non-profit organization representing the cause of millions of farmers and farm workers of commercial crops across the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Gujarat etc. today urged Honorable Prime Minister to take swift action to bring relief to farmers hit by cyclone Nivar.

Cyclone Nivar that hit south India on November 25 has threatened both the lives and livelihoods of lakhs of farmers and farm workers in the region. The heavy rainfall dumped by the cyclone has caused extensive damage to paddy, FCV tobacco, chilly, Bengal Gram, cotton and horticultural crops in coastal districts of South India / Andhra Pradesh necessitating farmers to go for fresh plantation in some regions where restoration of the crops has been ruled out.

According to Murali Babu, General Secretary, Federation of All India Farmer Associations (FAIFA), said, “the Nivar cyclone has damaged crops in 4.9 Lakh hectares in the state of Andhra Pradesh alone. This include thousands of crores worth of damage to 3.25 Lakh hectares of paddy, 42,000 hectares of Black gram, 21,000 hectares of Cotton, 63,000 hectares of Bengal Gram and some other crops in 449 Villages of 13 districts. Additionally, the cyclone left horticultural crops in about 23,000 acres damaged causing an estimated loss of Rs 128 crore as per initial estimates / initially and affecting over 17,000 farmers engaged in cultivation of  fruits and vegetables, flowers, chillies, bananas, tomatoes and rearing livestock.”

Incessant rain due to the cyclone Nivar has particularly turned to be a bane for FCV tobacco farmers and Vinukonda Burley farmers of Prakasam and Guntur Districts where freshly sowed samplings, less than 60 days old and planted across 10,000 Hectares, have been adversely impacted due to water logging. Water inundation was also noticed in the middle and late plantations in 5000 Hectares. The impact is so severe that the assessment of damage to the leaf and infrastructure is still in progress. In burley growing regions of Guntur and Prakasam districts where harvesting commenced in more than 7,500 Hectares there was a complete leaf loss in curing barns. Also, due to unexpected heavy rains and high winds, 5 million Kgs in curing is exposed to rotting, quality deterioration.

In Northern Light Soil regions of FCV tobacco crop, considerable delay is expected for rest of the plantation as the incessant rains have flooded the fields a few weeks after completion of sowing operations. To recoup the losses, incurred during last cropping season when corona virus-induced lockdown coincided with the peak marketing season, farmers' have no other option than re-plantation, which involves additional expenses.

Yashwanth Chidipothu, National Spokesperson, Federation of All India Farmer Associations (FAIFA), said,” Cyclone Nivar has caused one of the biggest-ever losses to agriculture sector in any disaster in South India. We are still evaluating the extent of the loss which could be in the range of hundreds / thousands of crores. We are also trying to impress upon the government to provide immediate economic relief package to farmers. This is important to ensure survival of farmers in these difficult times.”

FCV farming community is already facing business losses of over Rs 6,000 crore, with a drop in Flue-Cured Virginia (FCV) tobacco production from 325 million kg in 2014-15 to 210 million kg in 2019-20. Their situation got further worsened due to Covid-19 pandemic and just when they were trying to recuperate from the heavy economic losses, spell of heavy rains last week just after the plantation season has further dampened farmers' confidence with significant loss. This can be understood from the fact that out of more than 30,000 hectare that has been planted in traditional tobacco growing region (Prakasam, Nellore and West Godavari), 50% of the crop has been heavily impacted due to submergence.

In this regards, the office bearers of FAIFA and farmer leaders of all FCV and Burley tobacco growing regions of Andhra Pradesh / South India also met Y. Raghunadha Babu, Chairman of Tobacco Board  to take up the issue of improving the plight of FCV and Burley tobacco farmers with Commerce Minister and push for economic relief package for them.

FAIFA urges the Honorable Prime Minister to pay attention to the extreme pain and injury that is being faced by farmers in the region and take steps provide relief and restore farmer’s confidence.


© Copyright 2021 Agriculture Times. All rights reserved. Republication or redistribution of Agriculture Times content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent.

Support our venture and help farming commmunity in India. If you want us the work better FUND US. For as little as INR 10, you can support2.jpg the AgriTimes™ and it only takes a minute. Thank you.

Partners