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Lower output

K.K. Mustafah

PRICED HIGHER: A worker grading cardamom at a godown in Kerala. Unfavourable weather conditions and replanting of senile plants are likely to lead in decline in cardamom output this season.

The production could be lower by 30 per cent compared with an estimated 12,500 tonnes production last season. This has resulted in prices for cardamom rising.

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