Analok Hote Hee Chadhe Tamaatar Ke Bhaav, Lokadaun My Pachaas Vaalee Kairet From 150 Rupaye My Bik Rahee

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Jalalpur Panwara (Kannauj). Tomato growers in the Jagatpur and Motipurwa villages of the region have recovered from the opening of the market. As soon as the market is opened, the price of tomatoes has tripled. In lockdown, a carat worth fifty rupees has now come out for one and a half hundred rupees.
During the lockdown, a carat (28 kg) tomato sold for 50 rupees. The farmers were upset because the cost was not paid for this reason. Many farmers threw ripe tomatoes in the trash. There the prices rise as soon as they are activated. On Tuesday a carat was sold for Rs.150. Farmers expect prices to continue to rise. They say that in the changed situation the deficit will be reduced.
Farmer Lalaram from Jagatpur Village said sales will rise if tomatoes continue to move to other states. Prices will also rise. Consumption has also increased with the onset of marriages and other auspicious functions.
This is the cost in a bigha
According to the farmers, a bigha tomato harvest costs around six thousand rupees. At that seed cost of Rs. There are about 100 carats of tomatoes on a bigha farm.

Jalalpur Panwara (Kannauj). Tomato growers in the Jagatpur and Motipurwa villages of the region have recovered from the opening of the market. As soon as the market is opened, the price of tomatoes has tripled. In lockdown, a carat worth fifty rupees has now come out for one and a half hundred rupees.

During the lockdown, a carat (28 kg) tomato sold for 50 rupees. The farmers were upset because the cost was not paid for this reason. Many farmers threw ripe tomatoes in the trash. There the prices rise as soon as they are activated. On Tuesday a carat was sold for Rs.150. Farmers expect prices to continue to rise. They say that in the changed situation the deficit will be reduced.

Farmer Lalaram from Jagatpur Village said sales will rise if tomatoes continue to move to other states. Prices will also rise. Consumption has also increased with the onset of marriages and other auspicious functions.

This is the cost in a bigha

According to the farmers, a bigha tomato harvest costs around six thousand rupees. At that seed cost of Rs. There are about 100 carats of tomatoes on a bigha farm.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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