Land Rate Reduces and Delays Kerala First Crop

This entry was posted on Sunday, February 10th, 2013 and is filed under Cashew.

Many fold rise in the agricultural land  prices may ruin the Indian early crop, especially in the coastal belts of Kerala, Karnataka and Goa.

Land prices are so lucrative that the farmers’ income is now just around 1% of their estate value.

Almost every raw cashew buyer is eagerly waiting for the ‘March Crop’, which is said to be best in terms of out-turn, driage and┬ácolor.

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