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Tuesday, August 14, 2001

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Agri-Business

Plantations
Pepper may chip in to cheer coffee growers
HIT by crashing prices and dwindling exports, coffee growers, especially in Karnataka, may be rescued by pepper.

Rubber


Rubber nurseries erase
Women at work in a rubber nursery in Kerala's Palakkad district. Low rubber prices have stopped both new planting and re-planting in the State, leading to huge losses in such nurseries. Despite touching Rs 37 a kg, the prices of rubber are yet to reach a level so as to enthuse growers to take up new planting.

Tea
Thrust to boost volumes at Coimbatore tea sales
THE Tea Board Vice-Chairman, Mr T. Rangaiah, from the Nilgiris has been elected the Chairman of the Tea Trade Association of Coimbatore (TTAC) for 2001-02. Serving the tea industry for the last three decades, he has definite ideas for its improvement and trade in general, which he shared with Business Line during an interview. Excerpts of the interview:


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