Mustard area jumps by 30% on high prices, shows data

Overall, rabi crops have been sown in around 26.06 million hectares till November 11, which is 21.43 per cent more than the area covered during the same period last year

A farmer casts urea on her mustard field in Allahabad

A farmer casts urea on her mustard field

Encouraged by good prices, farmers have planted mustard in over 30 per cent more area till November 11 this year as compared to the year-ago period. 

Traders said with mustard prices

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First Published: Nov 19 2021 | 1:55 AM IST

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