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Raising hopes

K.K.Mustafah

LOWER OUTPUT: A farmer inspecting his pepper vine at a plantation near Adimali in Kerala. Pepper prices this year are ruling high on tight supply and lower production. Domestic production is estimated to be less by 20,000 tonnes this year. Exports have also picked up and are projected at around 22,000 tonnes.

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