Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Wheat to face pressure from excess supply, other crops

Our Bureau | Chennai, September 2  

Prices expected to rule steady this year »

Reforming agriculture: time for the next green revolution?

Shujaul Rehman | September 3, 2014

How ‘Protected Cultivation’ can help prevent crop damage due to natural disasters »

Cardamom slips as supply outstrips demand

GK Nair | Kochi, September 2  

The cardamom market slipped last week as supply outstripped demand at auctions in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.Supply has picked up as harvesting has begun in all the estates. However, export b... »

Storage infrastructure key to food security

Our Bureau | Chennai, September 2  

The Government should consider viability gap funding to encourage private sector investments in modern grain storage infrastructure, according to S Sivakumar, Divisional Chief Executive, IT... »

Karnataka to promote neera tapping

Vishwanath Kulkarni & Venkatesh Ganesh | Bangalore, September 2  

Neera , the sweet sap tapped from coconut tree, could be the much-needed elixir for thousands of beleaguered growers who have been battered by pest attacks and dro... »

MCX-silver could extend fall

Gurumurthy K | BL Research Bureau  

The silver futures contract traded on the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) witnessed a corrective rally in the past week in line with our expectation.The contract is testing its 21-wee... »

Coonoor tea prices continue to rule at year’s lowest level

PS SUNDAR | Coonoor, September 2  

For the third consecutive week, average prices at Sale No: 35 of the auctions of Coonoor Tea Trade Association ruled at the year’s lowest level of Rs. 63 a kg. Even after reducing the price... »

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