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Prof K Nageshwar: How to control veggie prices (Video)

         Walk into the Model Rythu Bazaar at Erragadda on any given day in summer, and the prices of vegetables never fail to surprise you. For, they have been changing since the past few weeks. A case in point: one kg of tomato which used to cost ₹12 in the third week of March has shot up to ₹35-40 a kg since April 15.

Not just tomatoes, the prices of green or red chillies, cauliflower, capsicum and other vegetables have gone up too. And the prices are likely to increase further. Of all the vegetables sold at Rythu Bazaar, the highest price is of French beans’, which is ₹85 per kg.

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Prof K Nageshwar: How to control veggie prices (Video)

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Prof K Nageshwar: How to control veggie prices (Video)
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Prof K Nageshwar: How to control veggie prices (Video)
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Walk into the Model Rythu Bazaar at Erragadda on any given day in summer, and the prices of vegetables never fail to surprise you. For, they have been changing since the past few weeks. A case in point: one kg of tomato which used to cost ₹12 in the third week of March has shot up to ₹35-40 a kg since April 15. Not just tomatoes, the prices of green or red chillies, cauliflower, capsicum and other vegetables have gone up too. And the prices are likely to increase further. Of all the vegetables sold at Rythu Bazaar, the highest price is of French beans’, which is ₹85 per kg.

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