Crops and Support Services Industry in India

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  • Agricultural Biotechnology Annual 2012

    Bt cotton is currently the only commercially approved biotech crop in India.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 27 Aug 2012 related to Crops and Support Services in India

  • Grain and Feed Update

    Almost halfway through the 2012 monsoon season (June-September), rains have been significantly deficient in the central, north and northwest parts of India, indicating a below-normal monsoon.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 15 Aug 2012 related to Crops and Support Services in India

  • Oilseeds and Products Annual 2012

    Assuming a normal monsoon and favorable growing conditions, total oilseed production in Marketing Year (MY) 2012/13 is likely to grow 3 percent to 35.6 million tons,

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 23 Apr 2012 related to Crops and Support Services in India

  • Food Security Bill Submitted to Parliament

    The Indian Cabinet has submitted to Parliament draft legislation that if passed in its current form will create a legal entitlement to subsidized food grains for 63.5 percent of India’s population

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 20 Jan 2012 related to Crops and Support Services in India

  • Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

    Bt cotton is the only commercially approved biotech crop in India – a total of six events and more than 300 hybrids have been approved for commercial cultivation. Bt cotton accounts for over 90 percent of the total cotton area under cultivation.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 31 Oct 2011 related to Crops and Support Services in India

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  • Coffee in India

    MY 2008/09 coffee production is revised downward to 262,300 tons (4.4 million 60 kg-bags) in the light of lower market arrivals and a fall in exports. Timely pre-blossom showers this March followed by satisfactory backup rains supports a higher MY 2009/10 crop, currently forecast at 295,000 tons (4.9 million 60...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Crops and Support Services in India

  • Wheat and Wheat Products Export Permits

    Through official notifications issued on July 3, 2009, the GOI has permitted exports (without any government subsidy) of 900,000 tons of wheat through three public sector trading companies and 650,000 tons of wheat products up to March 31, 2010.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Crops and Support Services in India

  • Agriculture Biotechnology in India

    Bt cotton is the only commercially approved biotech crop in India. The Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC), India?s biotech regulatory body, has granted approval for six Bt cotton events. Over the last seven years, use of Bt cotton has grown to over 87 percent of the total cotton area under cultivation. In...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Crops and Support Services in India

  • Rice Industry in India

    Post revises MY 2009/10 rice production forecast downward to 82 million tons from the early August forecast of 88 million tons. This revision is due to further deterioration in the drought situation in several parts of the country. Domestic rice prices are expected to remain firm due to a significant decline in...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Crops and Support Services in India

  • Oilseeds in India

    Area planted to major kharif season (fall and early winter harvest) oilseeds, which include mostly peanut, soybean and sunflower, was down 6.3 percent at 14.7 million hectares due to poor monsoon rains. With larger-than-expected carry over stocks, the MY 2009/10 forecast for edible oil imports is set at 7.8 million...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Crops and Support Services in India

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