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Army Worm Pests That threaten Crops … There is a solution in nature!

August 13th, 2018 | APTSO EXPORTS™ | Tags:

In North America and Africa, the pest is known as the Farm Orme Worm, which threatens farmers and enters into India and threatens farmers. Based on a study conducted by the Indian Agricultural Research Council in July in Karnataka, the organization has issued a notice. “In North America, Corn hits pests Fall armyworm the insect’s scientific name  (Spodoptera frugiperda). The North American pest species. Africa 2016, since it continued to spread. Since then the African subcontinent 30 million people’s staple crop sorghum’s yield large influence Pattatu. This pest is found […]

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US wants to reduce trade deficit with India soon, says official

The US wants to reduce its trade deficit with India as quickly as possible, a senior official told lawmakers here, asserting that the Trump administration is aggressively pushing New Delhi on the issues of medical devices, pharmaceuticals, dairy products and agriculture. The President wants fair and reciprocal trade…when we look at India, there are three sectors where, I think, we can get a significant boost in our trade, Alice G Wells, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia, told lawmakers during a Congressional hearing yesterday. When […]

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Mango exports break all record this year 2018

The country has exported around 1,190 tonne of mangoes to the United States of America (USA) this season — an all time high. The Countrys mango  export to the US recorded a rise of 11% as compared to the last year’s figure of 1,072 tonne. However, the exporters had projected around 30% rise in figures, but the recent farmers’ strike affected the supply of mangoes drastically. Source: Times of india

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Government to offer incentive on exports of milk products

The government is considering incentivising exports of milk products, adding milk to mid-day meal rations as well as reducing GST and increasing import duty on certain products as it seeks ways to ensure better returns for dairy farmers. On Tuesday, the Centre convened a high-level inter-ministerial meeting under transport minister Nitin Gadkari to discuss these measures, even as a strike by dairy farmers in Maharashtra continued for the second day. Railway minister Piyush Goyal, who also holds the finance and coal portfolios, Amul managing director RS Sodhi, Maharashtra State Commission […]

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World Bank forecasts 7.3 per cent growth for India; making it fastest growing economy

The World Bank has forecast a growth rate of 7.3 per cent for India this year and 7.5 per cent for the next two years, making it the fastest growing country among major emerging economies. A top World Bank official said India’s economy is robust, resilient and has potential to deliver sustained growth Growth in India is projected to advance 7.3 per cent in Fiscal Year (FY) 2018/19 (April 1, 2018-March 31, 2019) and 7.5 per cent in FY 2019/20, reflecting robust private consumption and strengthening investment, the bank said […]

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India’s first cargo policy on anvil

India will soon have a policy on cargo, or the carriage of goods, that is being finalised by the new department of logistics, the government said on Friday. Addressing the fourth Supply Chain Management and Logistics Summit organised by Economic Times, Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu said his ministry is putting the final touches on a policy for the logistics sector as part of a comprehensive plan to boost business and exports. It will include a new industrial policy, one for agriculture exports and developing parameters for the country’s districts on […]

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No GST on support services to farmers: Finance Ministry

The finance ministry today clarified that renting or leasing of land by farmers for agriculture, forestry, fishing or animal husbandry is exempt from the GST. Clarifying on the applicability of GST on farmers, the ministry said support services to agriculture, forestry, fishing or animal husbandry are exempt from the Goods and Services Tax (GST). Exempted support services to agriculture include renting or leasing of vacant land with or without a structure incidental to its use Thus, renting or leasing of land by farmers for agriculture, forestry, fishing or animal husbandry […]

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Philippins Approves 805,200 T Rice Imports Under Quota Scheme

The Philippines’ state grains procurement agency on Tuesday gave the go-ahead for local traders to import up to 805,200 tonnes of rice under an annual quota scheme, which should boost domestic supply and keep rising prices in check. The imports, which should be shipped in starting July, wouldbring total rice purchases approved this year to 1.3 million tonnes, including half-a-million tonnes that the National Food Authority (NFA) has bought to replenish its depleted buffer stock. The Southeast Asian country, a frequent rice buyer, is seeking to stabilise retail prices of […]

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Arunachal CM for legalising harvest, trade of medicinal plants

May 27th, 2018 | APTSO EXPORTS™ | Tags:

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today stressed the need to legalise harvesting and trade of medicinal plants in the state to save the crops from over-exploitation, an official release said. Chairing a review meeting of the state forest department here, Khandu said, Hundreds of medicinal plants face threats of extinction because of over-harvesting and destructive collection techniques. A mechanism should be devised to facilitate farmers to grow endangered medicinal plants for sustainable income, the chief minister said. Source: Money Control

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India keen to renew proposed trade deal with European Union

May 26th, 2018 | APTSO EXPORTS™ | Tags:

India has agreed to a renewed push for the proposed trade deal with the European Union (EU) that has been stuck over key issues. The decision to find a way forward before the 15th India-EU summit, set to be held later this year, came on Thursday, as Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte began his 2-day trip to India. Beginning in 2013, the proposed trade deal had completed 16 rounds of talks but negotiations had broken down in 2016 over India’s position on a separate bilateral investment pact. This […]

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