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  • Elderly hit by agri price fall

    AQUACULTURE


    AP shifts focus from shrimp to scampi production
    The Andhra Pradesh Fisheries Department has identified Visakhapatnam district as the potential place for launching its programme for the supply of scampi seeds to farmers. More

    HORTICULTURE/FRUITS & VEGETABLES


  • Mango show in Chittoor

    TEA


    Pep-up package soon for tea
    THE Union Government proposes a package of measures to bolster the declining tea prices at major auction centres, following a recent consultative meeting that the Commerce Secretary, Mr Dipak Chatterjee, held with representatives and producers of ... More

    Workers take over tea estate
    WORKERS of a plantation company have occupied 450 acres of land of their employer and started cultivation for their sustenance. The workers, who went without wages for over two years, ever since the management downed the shutters of the ... More

    TECHNOLOGY


    Deccan village cradles agri revolution
    DDS has demonstrated on a day-to-day basis that high-technology capital-intensive farming is unnecessary and inappropriate for hundred of millions of the poorest people. More

    DAIRY & DAIRY PRODUCTS


    Nandini gears to take on rivals
    "Private companies are not only using KMF agents for distribution but are also paying them higher commissions. Private players, who did not have to invest in building up the infrastructure the way KMF did, can afford to pay higher." More

    COTTON


    Eight farmer groups sign up for TN integrated contract cotton scheme
    THE State's first contract cotton farming or the integrated cotton cultivation mooted by the Pollachi-based ginning company, Appachi Cotton Company (ACC), was kickstarted on Sunday. Farmers representing about eight farmer self-help groups from ... More

    Cotton futures may go up
    Cotton futures on the New York Cotton Exchange on Friday settled at its highest level since April 10 on what was mostly viewed as end-of-the-month fund short covering and weather concerns. The recent strength in the market can be attributed to ... More

    OILSEEDS & EDIBLE OIL


    Hike likely in palm oil tariff
    THE Government is likely to revise the base import price of the palm group of oils following a steep rise in its rates during the last couple of weeks. "A hike in the tariff is likely by June 5 as the prices have sky-rocketed since the tariff ... More
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    Looking back
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