Mandis of Punjab, Haryana report highest modal rates
During the week from September 19-25, the Pipli mandi (grain market) in Kurukshetra district of Haryana reported the highest rate for the early-maturing basmati variety Pusa Basmati 1509 at Rs 3,071 per quintal on September 20. As per the data gathered from the government portal https://agmarknet.gov.in, the Rajpura mandi of Patiala district of Punjab reported the maximum rate of Rs 3,065 per quintal on September 22 and 25.
As per the portal data, maximum rates of the commodity above Rs 3,000 per quintal were reported 12 times from the mandis of Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh in the same period.
The portal recorded the data of Pusa Basmati 1509 rates from 75 mandis of Punjab, Haryana, UP and Madhya Pradesh.
Siyana mandi of Bulandshahr district of UP reported the lowest rates of Pusa Basmati 1509 in the week on September 24 and 25 at Rs 1,600 per quintal. Minimum rates of the commodity below Rs 2,100 per quintal were reported 10 times in different mandis of the country during the week. Along with Siyana, rates below Rs 2,100 per quintal were reported from Dabra (Gwalior district) and Raisen (Raisen district) mandis of MP and Nabha mandi of Patiala district of Punjab.
The modal rates above Rs 2,900 per quintal were reported 12 times during the September 19-25 week from the mandis of Haryana, Punjab and UP. Highest modal rates of Rs 3,000 per quintal were reported from the Safidon mandi of Jind district in Haryana on September 21 and 23 and Rajpura mandi of Patiala district of Punjab on September 25 and New Anaj Mandi of Patiala on September 21 and 22.
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