30% crop loss for growers in Northern India


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30% crop loss for growers in Northern India

HUNDREDS of potato growers in the Munsiyari sub-division of Uttarakhand in northern India have suffered heavy losses owing to heavy rainfall last month.

Around 30% of crops have been lost.

Roads damaged in the rains have compounded growers' problems, leading to extra transportation costs to take produce to local markets.

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Source: Deccan Herald

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