The rains have also hit the agriculture production with traders at APMC stating that vegetable prices might go higher than before. The two day unseasonal rainfall all over the state has affected the prime vegetable producing areas like Pune, Satara, Nasik and others. The impact is felt in the APMC market where the number of vegetable trucks entering the market has reduced. Prices of bittergourds, Cauliflowers, Brinjal, Green peas, capsicum, Lady finger, coriander leaves have increased and are likely to increase in the coming two months, depending on the production. AMPC traders also say that the prices of tomatoes have increased to a great extent. APMC vegetable market Director Shankar Pingle gave us more insight about the price hike in vegetables. With cameraperson Raju Sharma, Poonam Gurav for NMTV news.
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