Commodities

Mixed trend in pulses

Our Correspondent Indore | Updated on June 24, 2020 Published on June 24, 2020

Rising arrival, reports of damage to moong crop in some parts of Madhya Pradesh have dragged demand in moong, leading to a steep decline in its prices in the past one week.

On Wednesday, moong (bold) at the mandis in Indore was quoted at ₹6,300-6,500, while moong (average) ruled at ₹5,200-5,700 a quintal. Moong dal (medium) was at ₹8,200-8,300 a quintal, moong dal (bold) at ₹8,500-8,600, while moong dal (mongar) fetched ₹9,000-9,700 a quintal.

Weak demand also dragged urad at ₹6,300-6,500 a quintal (down ₹200 from last week). Urad dal (medium) fetched ₹8,200-8,300, urad dal (bold) at ₹8,700-8,900, while urad dal mongar ruled at ₹9,000-9,200 a quintal, respectively. Tur, on the other hand, has been trading higher amidst weak arrival and availability of good quality crop with tur (Maharashtra) today being quoted at ₹5,700-5,800 a quintal, tur (Nimari) at ₹4,900-5,500, while tur (Karnataka) ruled at ₹5,900-5,950 a quintal, respectively. Tur dal (sawa no.) was at ₹7,700-7,800, tur dal (full) at ₹7,900-8,300, while tur dal marka went for ₹8,400-8,700 a quintal, respectively.

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Published on June 24, 2020
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