Agri Business

Treading the traditional path

| Updated on June 21, 2011

A farmer harvests sesame at Illahipur in Hooghly district.   -  Business Line

West Bengal’s Hooghly district as they still sow, harvest,

thresh and store sesame crop in the traditional way. As a

result, they have to immediately sell after harvest rather than

hold back their produce as do some of their counterparts

elsewhere in the country. Photos — A. Roy Chowdhury

Published on June 21, 2011

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