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Directorate of Agriculture (Economics & Marketing) Punjab, Lahore
Avg. Prices Of Commodities in Rs/100Kg   ¡  LalaMusa    Wheat  1602       Rice Basmati Super (New)  7700       Sugar  6450       Gram White(local)  16850       Gram Black  14150       Gram Pulse  14350       Moong  11500       Mash Pulse(Imported)  20250       Masoor Pulse(local)  13750       Maize  3700       Millet  3440       Red Chilli Whole (Dry)  21250       Banana(DOZENS)  55       Guava  6350       Grapes (Other)  14750       Mango(Chounsa)  9350       Banola  4640       Banola Cake  4975       Rice Basmati Super (Old)  8075       Mango(Anwer Ratol)  9250       Jaggery (گڑ)  8000       Gram White(Imported)  19500       Masoor Pulse (Imported)  12600       Apple (Gatcha)  10800       Lemon (Other)  12250       Peach  8250       Peach Special  12200       Grapes Gola  10250       Grapes Sundekhani  18400       Pear  6350       Gram Flour (بیسن)  14700       Sweet Musk Melon (Shireen)  90       
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Agricultural Market Information Services in Developing Countries: A Review

Access to agricultural markets and marketing information are essential factors in promoting competitive markets and improving agricultural sector development. The agricultural sector employs majorities in developing countries and it contributes greatly to the development of these countries. Unluckily, majorities of the farmers are smallholders living in isolated rural areas and thus lack appropriate access to markets for their products and also they are deprived of agricultural market information. As a lack of these, smallholder farmers are exploited by greedy traders and receive low prices for their agricultural produce. This study has explored the use of agricultural market information services in linking smallholder farmers to markets, especially in sub-Sahara developing countries. Origin of, the needs for, and the current status of agricultural market information services in developing countries are clearly presented. Lastly, the study explored the limitation of the success of most agricultural market information services in sub-Sahara developing countries

Crop Insurance

If there is preference for crop insurance to deal with distress situations, the government should evolve a mechanism for the provision of a diversified set of crop insurance products by a diverse set of insurer firms.................

Group Farming

In many countries all over the world group farming found an area to implement in agriculture. The most important difference between individual and group farming is to be at least two farmers in the group............

Food Hubs

A food hub is a cooperative effort among farmers in a certain region. Using this model, you address your pricing, selling and promotion marketing strategies.............

Organic farming

Organic farming is a product strategy -- it defines the type of product you are selling. Farmers select organic farming for several reasons...................

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