April 22, 2024

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Rains impact moong harvest in Karnataka

Surplus and continual rains have impacted the harvest of moong bean crop in the big developing locations of North Karnataka and areas of Maharashtra. As a result, the high-quality of the new pulses crop has taken a hit and industry arrivals in the location are reporting bigger dampness content material in the produce.

As a result, consumers are remaining away from buying the large-dampness moong beans, a craze which is found exerting tension on the costs. Moong costs are ruling between ₹4,000 and ₹7,000 per quintal in a variety of markets across the location , triggering a demand for the graduation of purchase beneath the bare minimum assistance selling price. The Centre has fastened an MSP of ₹7,196 a quintal for the kharif 2020 season.

Larger acreage

Farmers in Karnataka, the place moong is a big kharif pulses crop, have planted the bean on about 3.eighty five lakh hectares, about 50 per cent bigger than the preceding year. Equally, in Maharashtra, the space beneath moong has gone up by 19 per cent to 3.84 lakh ha. In Rajasthan, the big moong producer, the space beneath the pulses crop is up by a tenth at 20.35 lakh ha. At all-India stage, moong has been planted on about 34 lakh ha — up 14 per cent more than preceding kharif season.

Moong output in 2019-20 stood at two.34 million tonnes, as per 3rd progress estimates.

“The crop is excellent this year and the acreage is also up. Nonetheless, the continual rains more than the earlier couple of days have impacted the standing crop. Farmers are struggling with trouble in harvesting and drying the crop,” reported Sujay Hubli, a processor of pulses in Gadag, a big developing space for moong in Karnataka.

New crop, bad high-quality

Santosh Langar, a pulses processor in Kalaburgi, reported the crop in areas of Maharashtra has also been impacted by the excessive rains. The new crop has started arriving in the markets of Gadag and nearby location. Nonetheless, the consumers, generally the processors, are remaining away from the markets thanks to large dampness content material of seventeen-twenty five per cent as it is hard to store. “Buying is based mostly on the day-to-day to weekly need,” Hubli reported.

As per the IMD info, cumulative rains in Gadag district for the season till day ended up excessive by 66 per cent, while the neighbouring Koppal district has witnessed a 102 per cent increase in precipitation.


“As farmers are bringing their produce to the industry the Authorities need to open up the procurement centres to purchase at MSP so that the tiny holders will reward,” reported Basavaraj Ingin, President of Karnataka Red Gram Growers Affiliation.