About 6% Reduction in Mustard Sowing in Gujarat

In the current season, there is a deficit of about 6% in the sowing of mustard. However, due to the government’s increase in the minimum support price, it was believed that farmers would be encouraged to grow this significant Rabi oilseed in a maximum area, but its...

Coriander in the Recovery Phase in January

The coriander crop is witnessing than expected downtrend at present. There is no possibility of further reduction because the stock position and demand estimates of coriander indicate a strong recovery in January. Current Scenario At the beginning of the current...

Red Chilli Continues to Gain Momentum

Presently, the farmers cultivating chilli in Madhya Pradesh seem to be getting relief. Since Diwali, there has been a decrease in the arrival of chillies in the markets, and the prices have hiked significantly this year. Vast decline in the production Along with...

Cardamom Not Likely to Rise in the Spots

The arrival of small cardamom in auctions is decreasing intermittently, but at present, no effect is visible on its average auction price and spot price. Good rainfall Central-producing states like Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu received good rainfall during the...

Cumin Traders Are in Mood of Vigilance

  Cumin sowing is going on in Gujarat, and there are reports of some problems with the cumin crops this time. Even after this, cumin prices have recently declined by about $0,024 per kg due to weak off-take by local stockists. In the coming days, the mood of caution...

The Downturn in Coriander Prevails

The new coriander crop is sown in the country’s central producing states. Coriander has also witnessed a slowdown recently as sowing has commenced and off take remains sluggish. There is no possibility of greenery in the charts of this green spice in the upcoming...