Despite kharif loss, Centre pegs 7% rise in 2019-20 onion output

Overall vegetable production estimated higher than last year at 188 mt; that of fruit, spices could be a little less

Onion, onion prices

Heavy unseasonal rain in the post-monsoon period in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Karnataka damaged part of the kharif and late kharif crops

New Delhi
While onion prices continue to remain hot, latest government data show production in the 2019-20 full crop year (July-June) could be seven per cent more than last year.

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