Rarely has the country been so rainy in such period. These rains are beneficial to our tanks are also vegetables. With the reduction of the supply of irrigation water for the past weeks, farmers believe that the rains are like manna from heaven.
Consumed can expect that the prices of vegetables down the next few days. While some vegetables have declined. Among them, we count the darling going from Rs 20 per pound to Rs 18. Eggplant, it increases from Rs 30 to Rs 20 and the potato down Rs 18 to Rs 15.The price of beans down from Rs 40 to Rs 30 per pound.
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Prakash Dowlut a small planter Triolet, argues that the rains will be more beneficial to stringy vegetables. The pipengaille, gourds and balsam pear that sell respectively Rs 25, Rs 20 and Rs 30 per pound currently experience a decline of at least Rs 10.
The price of the apple of love tends to climb these days will remain stable for a few weeks, between Rs 20 and Rs 30 a pound. However, the price of the apple love prime central market takes the elevator from Rs 25 to Rs 30 per pound last week while it was Rs18 to Rs 25.
If in some places, for vegetables were affected, it will not large repercussions on the price. Because there was continual rain for hours and not heavy rains for a short period.
The Lalos very affected by a disease For months, will also be reduced and will be sold at Rs 50 per pound.
In addition to vegetables, fruits also benefit from the rains. Already watermelon appeared and sold between Rs 100 and Rs 200 per unit and is expected to a significant decline in the coming days. The rains were favorable to mangoes and lychees too.