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Rising demand for chemical-free produce, farmers encouraged to adopt new practice
by Parthasarathi Biswas
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9 July 2018
On 9 July 2018 The Indian Express reported:
In view of rising demand for chemical-free fruits and vegetables in the local markets, farmers' groups in and around Pune are encouraging cultivators to adopt such practices of production. Tushar Agarwal, the director of Swami Samarth Farmer Producer Company, that runs 20 weekly farmers' markets in Pune and Mumbai said they are making efforts to push for agricultural practices to meet the increased demand from urban customers.
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... Agarwal added that the produce sells faster than the normal ones and farmers have been reporting lesser losses.
On an average, around 80 tonnes of various commodities are sold in the farmers' markets in and around Pune daily.
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