Wheat prices fell 200 rupees as soon as government procurement ceased

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Wheat prices fell 200 rupees as soon as public procurement ceased
Ajit Chowdhary
Bijnor. Wheat has hit Rs 1500-1600 per quintal in the market, which is Rs 375 to 475 below the Minimum Support Price (MSP). The price only went down by 200 rupees to 250 rupees after the wheat procurement center was closed. Wheat is being given to ration card holders under the government’s free rationing scheme, which has reduced market demand. Other public procurement centers have also closed. About five lakh metric tons of wheat are produced in the district, of which only 30,000 metric tons of wheat were procured through government procurement centers.
According to the Department of Agriculture, the cost of wheat on one hectare of land is 77,969 rupees. It makes about 40 quintals of wheat. After the sale in the market there is an income of approx. 70000 rupees, which cannot come out either. The government has declared the price of wheat at Rs 1975 per quintals. Until last month, the government procured wheat from government procurement centers. This time the farmers sold 30 thousand tons of wheat in the shopping malls, about four times more than last year. Wheat shopping centers have been closed. When the state malls were in operation, the price of wheat on the market was between 1700 and 1750 rupees per quintal. Now prices have been reduced to only 1,500 to 1,600 rupees per quintal. (Conversation)
Said farmer’s guide, sale on MSP
According to Aakiyu District President Dheeraj Kumar Monti, farmers need a guarantee that the harvest will be sold to MSP. The condition of many crops is similar to that of the wheat harvest. The farmer cultivates losses. Wheat should only be sold at MSP. According to Vinod Kumar, district president of Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan, the farmers did not receive the sugar cane payment on time and now wheat prices are also very low. The government claims to have implemented MSP but is unwilling to guarantee the sale of plants on it.
Wheat harvest math
40 quintals of wheat are produced on one hectare of agricultural land
30,000 tons of wheat growers sold in government shopping malls
5.5 lakh metric tons of wheat are produced in the Bijnor district
In 1975 the government announced minimum support price of Rs
1500 to 16 rupees is currently running a quintal on the market
77969 I Farmer’s Cost, Current Price Income is Rs 70,000
Survey of expenditure on wheat
Agricultural preparation-7000
four times PATA-2400
Spending on seeds – 3300
Cow dung-15000
Seeding cost-4700
Irrigation and Other Expenses-8412
Fertilizer Spending-6988
Expenditures from harvest to sale in the market-27169
Total editions – 77,969
Note: These numbers have been taken from Vikas Bhawan. The information is per hectare.

Wheat prices fell 200 rupees as soon as public procurement ceased

Ajit Chowdhary

Bijnor. Wheat has hit Rs 1500-1600 per quintal in the market, which is Rs 375 to 475 below the Minimum Support Price (MSP). The price only went down by 200 rupees to 250 rupees after the wheat procurement center was closed. Wheat is being given to ration card holders under the government’s free rationing scheme, which has reduced market demand. Other public procurement centers have also closed. About five lakh metric tons of wheat are produced in the district, of which only 30,000 metric tons of wheat were procured through government procurement centers.

According to the Department of Agriculture, the cost of wheat on one hectare of land is 77,969 rupees. It makes about 40 quintals of wheat. After the sale in the market there is an income of approx. 70000 rupees, which cannot come out either. The government has declared the price of wheat at Rs 1975 per quintal. Until last month, the government procured wheat from government procurement centers. This time the farmers sold 30 thousand tons of wheat in the shopping malls, about four times more than last year. Wheat shopping centers have been closed. When the state malls were in operation, the price of wheat on the market was between 1700 and 1750 rupees per quintal. Now prices have been reduced to only 1,500 to 1,600 rupees per quintal. (Conversation)

Said farmer’s guide, sale on MSP

According to Aakiyu District President Dheeraj Kumar Monti, farmers need a guarantee that the harvest will be sold to MSP. The condition of many crops is similar to that of the wheat harvest. The farmer cultivates losses. Wheat should only be sold at MSP. According to Vinod Kumar, district president of Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan, the farmers did not receive the sugar cane payment on time and now wheat prices are also very low. The government claims to have implemented MSP but is unwilling to guarantee the sale of plants on it.

Wheat harvest math

40 quintals of wheat are produced on one hectare of agricultural land

30,000 tons of wheat growers sold in government shopping malls

5.5 lakh metric tons of wheat are produced in the Bijnor district

In 1975 the government announced minimum support price of Rs

1500 to 16 rupees is currently running a quintal on the market

77969 I Farmer’s Cost, Current Price Income is Rs 70,000

Survey of expenditure on wheat

Agricultural preparation-7000

four times PATA-2400

Spending on seeds – 3300

Cow dung-15000

Seeding cost-4700

Irrigation and Other Expenses-8412

Fertilizer Spending-6988

Expenditures from harvest to sale in the market-27169

Total editions – 77,969

Note: These numbers have been taken from Vikas Bhawan. The information is per hectare.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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