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1. The Future of Indian Agriculture!
October 26, 2013

At the recent launch (Friday July 5)of Prof Y K Alaghs; book on “The Future of Indian Agriculture’ published by the National Book Trust, almost everyone connected with the world of agricultural economics,planning, administration, research and policy was present, and both on-stage and offstage discussions veered on understanding the structural changes in rural India . In addition to Vice President Hamid Ansari, Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh, Planning Commission Member Abhijit Sengupta and Secretary Agriculture Ashish Bahuguna, many ex members and chairmen of the Commission of Agricul... (read more)

Author: UK Cable Shop

2. The price of Onions and Potatoes!
October 26, 2013

Come September, and concerns about the prices of onions and potatoes becomes centre stage. Consumption tends to rise because of the festive season, and prices tend to be higher because the market is completely dependent on ‘stored onions’ and ‘erratic rainfall’ in any of the production centres sends signals which impact prices. Some papers base their assess mention market arrivals, others on estimates of ‘sown area’ and consumption data of the previous years. In the case of onions, the Minimum Export Price, and its likely impact on domestic production becomes a major issue, with producers a... (read more)

Author: UK Cable Shop

3. The Demand and Supply sides of Horticulture!
October 26, 2013

While production of horticulture crops is growing, the ‘demand’ side is also witnessing a marked growth. As incomes rise and consciousness about ‘healthy foods’ increases, there is a significant change in the consumption basket of consumers. Households are spending significantly higher amounts of their expenditure on food to the F&V category. Horticulture has also done very well on the export front as well, and over the last decade the growth has been to the extent of 150%, with exports in the last fiscal touching Rs 13,000 crores. (This does not include exports of tea, coffee and rubber, whic... (read more)

Author: UK Cable Shop

4. Cold Chain DEVELOPMENT Gathers Pace
October 14, 2013

Accelerated Cold Chain Development to mitigate food inflation was the theme of the fourth Cold Chain Summit, organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), on August 29-30 in New Delhi, with support from the Ministries of Agriculture and Food processing Industries. I was present through most of the sessions, and also delivered the Valedictory address. In the inaugural session itself, Union Agriculture Secretary Ashish Bahuguna sounded a note of caution on the optimistic projections of the industry, which felt that with the exemption of perishables from the purview of the APMC ... (read more)

Author: UK Cable Shop

5. Sugarcane Sweet Transactions
October 14, 2013

Sugar is sweet, but sugarcane growers are often bitter about the long queues at sugarcane factories, disputes about quantity and quality and uncertainty about the norms of payment. Motorists and other highway users also dread the ‘crushing season’ when all roads to sugarcane factories are clogged with tractor trolleys and bullock carts. More often than not, farmers find it easier to leave their stocks with intermediaries who then undertake the transactions with the sugar factories as farmers find it extremely distressing to have to wait like supplicants to get a fair price for their produce. ... (read more)

Author: UK Cable Shop

6. Indian agriculture needs an integrated approach: Sanjeev Chopra
August 04, 2013

India is rapidly tansforming itself into a liberal, more efficient and progressive economy. However, this transition in rural India has been painfully slow for majority of farmers, especially, marginal and small ones. They are still unable to escape from the powerful clutches and dependence on middlemen, informal, lenders and other intermediaries. Agricultural growth ranges between three to four per cent. On the other hand, our farmers have to produce an additional 50 million tonnes of foodgrain to meet the domestic demand over the next 10 years. Sanjeev Chopra, Joint Secretary,... (read more)

Author: UK Cable Shop

7. The Future of Indian Agriculture
August 04, 2013

At the recent launch (Friday July 5)of Prof Y K Alaghs; book on “The Future of Indian Agriculture’ published by the National Book Trust, almost everyone connected with the world of agricultural economics,planning, administration, research and policy was present, and both on-stage and offstage discussions veered on understanding the structural changes in rural India . In addition to Vice President Hamid Ansari, Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh, Planning Commission Member Abhijit Sengupta and Secretary Agriculture Ashish Bahuguna, many ex members and chairmen of the Commission of Agricul... (read more)

Author: UK Cable Shop

8. The Food Security Bill
July 09, 2013

Now that the Ordinance on the Food security Bill has been deferred, and is likely face Parliamentary scrutiny, it is time to reflect on the key provisions of the Bill, and its long term implications –not just on access and entitlement to food for the most vulnerable sections of society – but also for its ecological and social dimensions, as well as its impact on agricultural trade in the food grains sector besides the ability or otherwise of the state procurement and warehousing agencies to actually implement the mandate of the government. At the outset, it must be stated that the... (read more)

Author: Sanjeev Chopra

9. A seminar on Africa and a conference on co-ops
July 09, 2013

One does not associate the months of June and July with conferences and seminars in Delhi- for they are usually held when the climes are cooler! So there was an element of surprise when your columnist was invited to two back to back conferences last week – the first on India Africa partnership in Agriculture, and for a technical session at the sixteenth Indian Co-operative Congress. The former was organized by the International Agricultural Consulting group, and the latter by the National Co-operative Union of India. The India Africa partnership on Agriculture brought together particip... (read more)

Author: Sanjeev Chopra

10. Responsible investments in agriculture
June 09, 2013

With a production of over 230 million tons of fruits and vegetables over an area of 20 million hectares , the horticulture sector in India is now a significant contributor to the agricultural GDP of the country , but its contribution to farmers’ incomes livelihoods, nutrition, export earnings, ecology and equity do not get the prominence it deserves because our political economy and commentary is geared to the ‘meta narrative’ of food security , MSP and PSS for wheat , rice , pulses and oilseeds . In fact one has to be grateful to the runaway inflation of the humble ‘onions and pota... (read more)

Author: Sanjeev Chopra

11. Horticulture the Way Ahead
June 09, 2013

It is now obvious from all accounts that ‘agricultural outsourcing’ as a phenomenon is here to stay, and that Indian entrepreneurs are not lagging behind their global peers in acquiring lands in third countries for production of food, flowers, fuel and other agro products. While the jury is still out on whether this is the ‘new land grab’ or ‘optimizing resources’ for meeting the food and fuel demands of a growing world population, there is a general consensus that a set of guidelines should be in place to ensure that the investments follow certain established norms, and do not cr... (read more)

Author: Sanjeev Chopra

12. Engaging with stakeholders in the cold chain India
May 04, 2013

As mentioned in the last column, the government has extended fiscal and policy concessions to the cold chain sector to ensure longer shelf life for perishables. The policy seems to have yielded positive results , because of the total cold storage capacity of 30 million MT, nearly half (14 million MT )was created on account of interventions by National Horticulture Mission (NHM), Horticulture Mission for North East and Himalayan States (HMNEH), National Horticulture Board (NHB), Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development and Authority (APEDA), Ministry of Food Proce... (read more)

Author: Sanjeev Chopra

13. Striking Gold at 1800-180-1551
May 01, 2013

Striking Gold at 1800-180-1551 Agriculture has struck gold with this number. Yes, the Agriculture pavilion at the IITF 2012 received the Gold medal for the best pavilion award in the state governments and central department’s category. Designed and curated by the Extension division of the Ministry of Agriculture, it showcased the best of technologies –from drudgery reduction tools which shifted the load from the head to the shoulder for a meager Rs 400/- to an air-conditioned tractor for Rs 14 lakh (largely for export markets). This is just to illustrate the range and the scope: farmer... (read more)

Author: Sanjeev Chopra

14. Horticulture Expert: The Growth Driver of Indian Agriculture sector
April 03, 2013

The horticulture sector, with a wide array of crops – ranging from fruits and vegetables to orchids and nuts, mushrooms and honey - has been a driving force in the stimulating a healthy growth trend in Indian agriculture. India is currently producing 257.2 million tonnes of horticulture produce from an area of 23 million ha. What is significant is that over the last decade, the area under horticulture grew by about 3.8%per annum but production rose by 7.4% per annum. Given the increasing pressure on land, the focus of growth strategy is on raising productivity by supporting high densit... (read more)

Author: UK Cable Shop

15. Cold Chain India Development Gathers Pace
March 09, 2013

Accelerated Cold Chain Development to mitigate food inflation was the theme of the fourth Cold Chain Summit, organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), on August 29-30 in New Delhi, with support from the Ministries of Agriculture and Food processing Industries. I was present through most of the sessions, and also delivered the Valedictory address. In the inaugural session itself, Union Agriculture Secretary Ashish Bahuguna sounded a note of caution on the optimistic projections of the industry, which felt that with the exemption of perishables from the purview of the APMC A... (read more)

Author: UK Cable Shop

16. Cold Chain India and Food Inflation!
February 17, 2013

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) had organized the fourth Cold Chain Summit on 29/30 August in New Delhi with support from the Ministries of Agriculture and Food processing Industries on the theme of Accelerated Cold Chain development to mitigate food inflation. Your columnist was present through most of the sessions, and also delivered the Valedictory address. In the inaugural session itself, Secretary DAC Mr. Ashish Bahuguna sounded a note of caution on the optimistic projections of the industry which felt that with the exemption of perishables from the purview of the APMC ... (read more)

Author: UK Cable Shop

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