Fruit and vegetable development reached 329.86 million tons, according to the Ministry of Agriculture

According to the Ministry of Agriculture’s second forecast for fruit and vegetable development, India is expected to produce more than 329.86 million tons of vegetables in 2020-21, up 2.93% from the previous year. Increased yields were recorded in vegetables, spices, medicines, and fragrant crops. The polio sector has been hit hard by the disease, with production declining by 7.17%.

Compared to the 102.08 million tons obtained in 2019-20 years, the production of fruits is estimated at 102.76 million tons this year, the production of vegetables is 196.27 million tons and increased by 4.42% compared to 188.28 million tons. Last year.

Onion production is estimated at 26.92 million tons compared to 26.09 million tons in 2019-20 years. “Potato production is projected to grow by 10.55% to reach 53.69 million tons compared to 48.56 million tons in 2019-20 years. Tomato production is estimated to be 21.00 million tons compared to 20.55 million tons in 2019-20 years. “The government has made it public.

Demand for healthy foods has increased overall consumption in the country as well as in India’s export markets. This is reflected in the increase in the production of spices. “Fragrant and medicinal crops have grown by 6.11% this year compared to 0.73 million tons in 2019-20 years.

Crop production increased from 16.12 million tons last year to 16.60 million tons. Compared to 10.14 million tons last year, spice production increased by 3.93% to 10.54 million tons in 2020-21. Flowering decreased by 7.17% a year ago.


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