With a dry August reducing revenue for the month, the business wants the government to open up imports

As deficit rains in August affected the moong (green gram) crop, the pulse business wants the government to open imports to boost supplies. Deficient rains have hit moonshine production in Rajasthan, the largest producing state for the kharif season. Ball flower production is also likely to be lower in Karnataka and Maharashtra as the area under cultivation has declined due to late monsoon rains and deficient rains in June. Moong prices are already increasing as a result of poor crop conditions, and the upward trend of the pulse complex is driven by the market and the furrows. In the north Karnataka mandi, where the new moon has started arriving in the courtyards of the Agricultural Produce Marketing Commission (APMC), the modal price (the speed at which most transactions are done) is floating.

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