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MSP for Kharif Crops 2022 pdf | Cotton/रुई का भाव

What is MSP? MSP refers to the minimum support price in agricultural crops. It refers to the minimum price set by the government for a particular crop. The government of India intervenes in the market to ensure producers of crops against sharp fall in market price. MSP for Kharif is announced by the government at beginning of the sowing period for some crops. MSP for a particular crop is decided on the recommendations of the Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices (CACP).

MSP for Kharif Crops 2022

MSP will protect the agricultural producers against a fall in market demand. Sometimes, there is a sharp fall in market demand due to a bad production year. MSP is more like a guarantee that is given to the producers of the crops by the government of India.

Objectives of MSP – The primary objective of MSP is to support the farmers against bad production years. Due to certain reasons, farmers are distressed over low demand or low prices for their crops. To ensure proper food supply in-country and to procure the crops from the farmers, the government will purchase the crops at a minimum support price set up by the government.

Cotton MSP 2022

Therefore, the entire production of farmers is bought by the government at a minimum support price. The crops are bought by government agencies and are procedures for future use.

MSP on Kharif crops – Narender Modi, prime minister of India and Chairperson of the Cabinet Committee on economic affairs has approved the increase in minimum support price for Kharif crops for session 2022. The government of India has aimed to provide at least a 50% return on the cost of production to the farmers.

MSP for Kharif Crops 2021
MSP for Kharif Crops 2022

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Kharif crops

Kharif crops are the monsoon crops that are sown during the monsoon season. These crops are sown at starting of June or end of may season and they are harvested after monsoon rains during October. Examples of Kharif crops are as under-

Following are the minimum support prices on the Kharif government as issued by the Government of India.

रूई फसल का एमएसपी 2022

Paddy

For paddy crops, the minimum support price has been increased by Rs. 72 per quintal. Per quintal price for paddy has increased from Rs. 1,868 per quintal to Rs 1,940 per quintal.

Paddy grade 1 commodity prices have increased from Rs. 1888 to Rs. 1960. The increase in Minimum support price observed is Rs. 72 per quintal.

Jowar

Hybrid- the minimum support price for the Jowar hybrid variety has increased from Rs. 2620 to Rs 2738 per quintal for the session 2022. The overall increase in minimum support price has been observed for Rs. 118 per quintal.

Malindi- the minimum support price for the Jowar Maldandi variety has increased from Rs. 2640 to Rs. 2758 per quintal for the marketing session 2022. The overall increase in MSP has been Rs 118 per quintal.

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Bajra

Bajra has witnessed an increase in the MSP since the 2017-18 session. The minimum support price has increased from Rs. 2150 to Rs 2250 for 2022 sessions. The minimum support price during 2017-18 was Rs 1425 per quintal. Overall, the crop has the highest minimum support price over years. From last marketing year, there has been an increase of Rs. 100 per quintal.

Ragi

Ragi is an important Kharif crop and is heavily consumed by the people of India. The minimum support price for Ragi has increased from Rs. 3295 to Rs. 3377 for session 2022. The overall increase in minimum support price is Rs. 82 per quintal. The minimum support price during session 2017-18 was Rs. 1900 per quintal.

Maize

The minimum support price for Maize crop has increased from Rs. 1850 to Rs. 1870 per quintal. For the 2022 sessions. The total increase in MSP has been Rs 20 per quintal. In 2017-18, the minimum support price for Maize was Rs. 1425.

Kharif Crop MSP 2022

Tur (Arhar)

The increase in minimum support price of Tur crop has been Rs 6300 per quintal from Rs. 6000 (2020-21). The overall increase in minimum support price is Rs. 300 per quintal. In 2017-18, the minimum support price for the Tur crop was Rs 5450 per quintal.

Moong

Moong crop is a staple crop in many regions in India. The increase in minimum support price is Rs. 7275 per quintal for marketing session 2022. The minimum support price in 2020-21 was Rs. 7190 per quintal. The total increase in minimum support prices since the last marketing session is Rs. 79 per quintal.

Urad

The minimum support price for the Urad crop has increased from Rs. 6000 per quintal (2020-21) to Rs. 6300 per quintal for session 2022. Since last marketing year, the overall increase in the Urad crop has been Rs. 300 per quintal. The minimum support price during session 2017-18 was Rs. 5400 per quintal.

Groundnut

The minimum support price for groundnut crops has increased from Rs 5275 per quintal (2020-21) to Rs. 5550 per quintal (2022). The total increase in overall minimum support price has been rs274 per quintal. During 2017-18, the minimum support price was Rs. 4450 per quintal.

Sunflower seed

The minimum support price for sunflower crops has increased from Rs. 5885 per quintal (2020-21) to Rs. 6015 per quintal (2022). The total increase in overall minimum support price has been Rs. 130 per quintal. During 2017-18, the minimum support price was Rs 4100 per quintal.

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Soyabean

The minimum support price for crops has increased from (2020-21) to Rs (2022). The total increase in overall minimum support price has been Rs per quintal. During 2017-18, the minimum support price was per quintal.

Kharif Crop MSP 2021-22
Kharif Crop MSP 2022

Sesamum

The minimum support price for crops has increased from Rs. 3880 per quintal (2020-21) to Rs. 3950 per quintal (2022). The total increase in overall minimum support price has been Rs. 70 per quintal. During 2017-18, the minimum support price was Rs. 3050 per quintal.

Niger seed

The minimum support price for Niger seed crop has increased from Rs. 6695 per quintal (2020-21) to Rs. 6930 per quintal (2022). The total increase in overall minimum support price has been Rs. 235 per quintal. During 2017-18, the minimum support price was Rs. 4050 per quintal.

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