Indian farmers may plant more maize, cotton, soyabean due to export demand

Indian farmers are likely to plant more basmati rice, maize, cotton, tur, urad and soyabean and less of moong and groundnut because of the price trend and export demand but they will take call after the government announces the minimum support price for this year’s kharif, or summer-sown crops, The Economic Times reported.

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