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Un año complicado Legumbres: con retenciones y sin reintegros

Reconociendo que el gobierno actual dio un fuerte impulso al sector legumbrero y a muchas de las especialidades que lo integran, la realidad es que las retenciones lo han castigado en forma importante. Digamos que generan un daño grande porque están aplicadas de la misma manera que en ...

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India may resume buying pulses

India could be back in the red lentil market in the new year because of shrinking government supplies and poor rabi crop prospects, says a Canadian exporter of the crop. India will be back in the market for Canadian pulses in the new year, according to an exporter and a commodity ...

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Green lentil potential seen a long way off

India’s import tax hasn’t helped price outlook, but a 28 percent increase in North American supplies is the real problem No matter how hard Chuck Penner shakes his Magic 8 Ball, the answer is the same — outlook not so good. His question? What is the prognosis for green lentils? “I’d love to be ...

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Crop Report: India rabi lentil acreage down 26% on yr at 309,500 ha

Acreage of lentils in the ongoing rabi season was down 26% on year at 309,500 ha as of Wednesday, according to data from the farm ministry. Total acreage was down 26% mainly due to a sharp fall in area in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. The acreage fell as farmers across the ...

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Kazakhstan threatens Canadian lentil sales to Turkey

Lentil exports to Turkey appear to be making a comeback in 2018 with 108,443 tonnes shipped through the first five months of the year. | File photo Shipments to Canada’s second largest customer dropped to 190,286 tonnes in 2017 from 419,528 tonnes in 2015 In addition to losing their largest customer, Canada’s ...

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Area under kharif crops shrinks due to inadequate rain in east India

The sowing of kharif crops will continue till the middle of August but with every passing day the window of sowing to get an optimum harvest is narrowing The area under kharif crops continued to be less than last year’s, mainly due to inadequate rain in east India and parts of ...

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Argentina: chickpeas, peas and lentils exports drop this season

According to the Argentinean Census and Statistics National Institute (INDEC) in the first five months of the year it be exported 123,273 tons between peas, chickpeas and lentils versus 158,391 tons in the same period of 2017, that is to say a 29% interannual decrease. The main product are the chickpeas ...

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Argentina: chickpeas, peas and lentils exports drop this season

According to the Argentinean Census and Statistics National Institute (INDEC) in the first five months of the year it be exported 123,273 tons between peas, chickpeas and lentils versus 158,391 tons in the same period of 2017, that is to say a 29% interannual decrease. The main product are the chickpeas ...

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Canadian farmers will plant fewer pulse acres in 2018

Weaker prices and trade barriers erected by India, the previous top buyer of Canadian pulses, led to widespread speculation that Canadian dry pea and lentil area would decline significantly in 2018. Instead, in its April seeding intentions report, Statistics Canada predicts lentil area will decline by a relatively modest 8.1 per ...

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Nepal’s lentil import up

Head of Mechi Customs Office Tek Bahadur Aryal said, “Lentil imports have increased to more than double lentil exports, and imports continue to swell.” According to the Mechi Customs Office, in the first six months of the current fiscal year, 3.31 million kg of lentils worth Rs359.9 million were exported to ...

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