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Andhra Pradesh Government formulates market intervention for red chilli farmers

Andhra Pradesh Government formulates market intervention for red chilli farmers

The Andhra Pradesh state has been formulated guidelines for a market intervention exercise to help red chilli farmers in the state who are in a great distress due to the price crash in the market yard.

Red Chillies:-

  • The accounts for 38% of global production of 18 lakh tones of red chilies? Telangana and Andhra Pradesh alone account for 50% of India’s production.
  • This has caused huge distress among the farmers forcing the state government to initiate the market intervention exercise.
  • The Price of Red Chilli dropped from a level of Rs 12,000-14,000 per quintal last year to below Rs 5,000 per quintal this year.
  • The farmers in Telangana shifted to chillies following the government’s advisory to shun cotton and look out for alternative crops. 
  • In addition, favorable weather in the kharif season had also prompted farmers to grow red chile several.
  • The scheme, chili stocks with the farmers would be bought at the price fixed by the government and each farmer will get the additional benefit of Rs 1,500 per quintal, subject to a ceiling of 20 quintals.

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