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Demand of sugarcane surges for harvest festival in Karnataka
Wed, Jan 15, 2020
Sugarcane is fetching high prices in the market in Karnataka’s Shivamogga district. Massive stock of sugarcane is in supply. Shivamogga was known as the ‘sugarcane paradise’ during Mysuru Maharaja’s times but the production of sugarcane has gradually declined. Now, the cultivation of sugarcane has been restricted. Sugarcanes are in high demand in the festive season. It is estimated that in future a situation may arise that Shivamogga will have to import sugarcanes from different parts of the country.
Punjab to pay Rs 25 per quintal extra to sugarcane farmers
Thu, Dec 06, 2018
In the backdrop of sugarcane farmers in the state protesting for the past several days, the Punjab government on Wednesday announced that it will pay Rs 25 per quintal extra to the farmers.
Sugar production in Oct-Nov inches up to 39.73 lakh tonne
Wed, Dec 05, 2018
Sugar production till November 30, increased slightly to 39.73 lakh tonne in the current sugar year, beginning October, according to industry body the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA).
Rural incomes: Farmers shifting to safer paddy, sugarcane from riskier crops
Fri, Oct 19, 2018
Better days are ahead for the farmers as rural incomes are forecast to rise faster given the increasing shift to safer crops like paddy and sugarcane in anticipation of further hike in minimum support prices (MSP) and other government doles.
Sugar mills shut early as drought hits cane crop: Trade body
Tue, Jan 03, 2017
Sugar mills in Maharashtra typically operate between November to April.
92% of sugarcane dues paid by sugar mills; arrears plunge to Rs 423 crore
Wed, Jun 29, 2016
Out of the total sugarcane price dues payable which amount to Rs.52, 900 crore, only Rs.4, 225 crore are pending. According to a PTI report, Sugarcane arrears in India have plunged to Rs 423 crore from a record Rs 21,800 crore last year, due to rally in the prices of sugar.
Sugar turns bitter as inflation shocks
Fri, May 13, 2016
Retail inflation has gone up for the first time since January this year. The real culprit, however, is sugar and vegetables.