Soya rises ahead of govt purchase

Our Correspondent Indore | Updated on October 15, 2018 Published on October 15, 2018

With the farmers restricting the supply of soyabean to mandis ahead of State government’s purchase under the ‘Bhawantar Yojna’ (Price difference scheme) from October 20, soyabean prices at the mandis in Indore have gained ₹150 a quintal in the past one week. Soyabean prices rose to ₹3,250 a quintal. Weak availability of soya seeds with the crushers also perked up plant deliveries to ₹3,275-3,300. Soya refined today increased to ₹755-58 for 10 kg (₹745-48), while soya solvent rose to ₹715-18 (₹705-10).

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Published on October 15, 2018
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