Wednesday, March 20
La pomme d’amour sera de plus en plus rare et chère dans les jours à venir. Kreepallon Sunghoon, planteur dans le Nord, attribue cette situation à la prolifération d’une maladie, le mildiou, qui a largement affecté la récolte.
Wednesday, February 27
Starting this week, imported vegetables available on the market to alleviate the shortage. Suren Surat, one of the largest importers premises, announces shipment of carrots, cabbage and cauliflower by plane on Thursday. The price will be 25% more expensive, see more ...
Sunday, February 24
La pomme d'amour à Rs 90-100 le demi-kilo ; la carotte à pas moins de Rs 60 ; la laitue à Rs 30 l'unité ; le lalo à Rs 40 le demi-kilo ; la margoze à Rs 25 ; le cotomili à Rs 15 la botte...
Wednesday, February 20
The first imported vegetables arrive in the country from next week.
Monday, February 18
Food crops in South, Central and East of the island were most affected by the heavy rain on Wednesday.
Saturday, February 16
Vegetable prices showed an increase of over 25% Thursday due to the damage caused by torrential rains. Kreepalloo Sunghoon, Secretary General of the Small Planters' Association (SPA), explains that the first observation made Wednesday shows that 30% of the country's vegetable production was afectée.
Saturday, February 02
"A large agricultural production but very low in nutritional content and posing chemical contamination. "This is essentially what think stakeholders to a conference on food security Monday at the headquarters of the Brahma Kumaris center Khoyratty, Pamplemousses.
Sunday, January 06
25% of vegetables across the island were destroyed due to heavy rains that hit the country in recent days indicate growers. Consequence: the love apple, chilli, leafy vegetables, herbs are more expensive market. Some vegetables will be very rare on the vices of gardeners.