Agri Business

Select pulses up on retailers demand

PTI New Delhi | Updated on November 09, 2017 Published on December 28, 2010

Pulses and other food grains stored in bags in a shop at Nampally in Hyderabad. - K RAMESH BABU   -  Business Line

Urad and masoor prices rose by Rs 200 a quintal in the wholesale pulses market on Tuesday on pick up in retailers demand against tight supplies.

Traders said pick up in retailers demand against restricted arrivals, mainly pushed up select wholesale pulses prices. Firming trend at producing regions further fuelled the uptrend, they said.

In the national capital, urad and urad dal chilka local rose by Rs 200 each to Rs 3,800-4,350 and Rs 4600-5,000, while best quality and dhoya traded higher by the same margin to Rs 5,100-5,400 and Rs 5,300-5,400 a quintal.

Masoor mall and bold prices also gained Rs 200 each to Rs 3,100-3,300 and Rs 3,250-3,500. Its local and best quality edged up by the similar margin to Rs 3,850-3,950 and Rs 4,100-4,400 a quintal.

Malka local and best too traded in positive zone with a gain of Rs 200 each to Rs 3,800-3,850 and Rs 3,950-4,050 a quintal.

Following are today?s quotations in Rs a quintal: Urad 3,800-4,350, Urad chilka (local) 4,600-5,000, best 5,100-5,400, Dhoya 5,300-5,400, Moong 3,900-4,300, Dal moong chilka local 4,700-5,100, Moong Dhoya local 4,950-5,150 and best quality 5,450-5,650.

Masoor small 3,100-3,300, bold 3,250-3,500, Dal Masoor local 3,850-3,950, best quality 4,100-4,400, Malka local 3,800-3,850, best 3,950-4,050, Moth 3,200-3,500, Arhar 3,200-3,300, dal arhar dara 4,300-4,700.

Gram 2,450-2,475,gram dal(local) 2,750-2,765, best quality 2,850-2,950, besan (35 kg) Shakti bhog 1,190, Rajdhani 1,190,Rajmah chitra Pune 3,250-3,850, China 3,350-3,850, red 3,400-3,500, kabli gram small 3,900-5,100, dabra 2,700-2,800, imported 4,700-5,100, lobia 3,700-3,800, peas white 1,925-2,025 and green 2,025-2,225.

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Published on December 28, 2010
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