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The unimaginable use of chemicals by vegetable growers there is posing a serious threat to our health,” Sarma said ... These people are the main growers of vegetables in Darrang district ... Vegetables from the area are also exported to Australia, Dubai and Nepal, the growers said, adding they sell about 100 trucks of vegetables daily.
The oppressive heat of summer over June-July makes weather conditions unbearable but it is an ideal period for the ripening of fruits, such as dates ... Like mangoes, date palm orchards are let out to contractors by growers ... The dry dates or chuhara are going to India via Dubai,” says Qasim Jaskani, a progressive date grower from Khairpur ... .
INIFarms began in 2003 as INI Consulting, an agro consulting firm that advised international agribusinesses on their India market strategies. ...Farm Bills 2020 ... Infographic. YS Design ... INI Farms also has subsidiaries in Amsterdam and Dubai. Co-founder and CEOPurnima shares, “India is the largest grower and consumer of bananas in the world.
For fruit growers Matt and Euan McIntyre, who exported a tonne of cherries to Dubai this week, it marks the pinnacle of their short season, and generates a welcome premium for the investment they’ve made in a relatively new and capital-intensive enterprise.
Siddiqui said the next batch of mangoes will leave for Dubai on June 21. “Last year, growers from Lucknow exported 200 tonnes to other countries while exports from Saharanpur amounted to 300 tonnes,” he said ... According to Insram Ali, president of All IndiaMango Growers’ ...
Rose growers in Bengaluru, however, expect a good crop because of supportive weather ... Rose growers in Maharashtra said the domestic market could prove to be more lucrative for them than the export market ... India's traditional export markets for roses include Europe, Dubai, Japan and the UK.
Surat... A majority of the diamonds are supplied to buyers in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru etc and the remaining are exported to Dubai and the US. Industry experts said around five years ago there were handful of diamond growers which now have gone up tremendously in the last two years due to recession in the natural diamond industry ... City. .
The jasmine (Madurai malli) was in demand not only in various domestic destinations but also in Dubai, Singapore, Malaysia and Sri Lanka... Jagadeesan, a leading jasmine grower-cum-exporter from Madurai, said he preferred the Tiruchi international airport, from where he was shipping a tonne of jasmine to Dubai every day.