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Sugar production

The sugar industry is in the limelight. Sugarcane production declined from 301 million tonnes in 2002 to 232 million tonnes in 2005. Politicians and agricultural scientists must ascertain the reasons for this decline and take remedial steps.

M. M. Gurbaxani

Bangalore

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