For millions of farmers in northern, central and western India, the excessive rain this monsoon season did aggravate problems but have also given hope of a good rabi harvest
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Anil Goswami, a 45-year-old farmer from Budhni, near Bhopal, shifted from soybean to maize a few years earlier, in the hope of getting better returns. He did finally make good money as the overall market was favourable for maize, except for a few seasons. In the earlier kharif season (2018 ...
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