All eyes on the monsoon progress as kharif crops sowing starts slow

The key factor would be timeliness, spread and distribution of monsoon rains even if the total quantum of showers is less than normal

Farmer, Crop, Farming, Kharif crop

Sanjeeb Mukherjee

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Ahead of arrival of the monsoon, sowing of kharif crops has started on a slow note with around 7.9 million hectares being brought under all crops till June 9, which

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First Published: Jun 9 2023 | 10:19 PM IST

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