People from all over the world are asking for turmeric from India! You can also earn lakhs through this

New Delhi. Due to the Corona virus epidemic across the world, it is being advised to boost immunity. This is the reason why turmeric is being used as an immunity booster and its demand is increasing rapidly. The demand for turmeric export to India has increased from the Middle East, America, Europe and Southeast Asian countries. After this, in the last one week, the price of turmeric has increased by 4 percent to Rs 60-62 per kg. Let us tell you that the demand for turmeric has increased in the retail chains of United Kingdom, Germany and Holland. Starbucks is also selling turmeric milk, after which this trend has increased globally. The demand for fresh turmeric has increased by about 5 times. In such a situation, you have a big opportunity to earn. Let us know all the important information related to turmeric cultivation.

India is the largest turmeric producing country in the world- First of all, let us tell you that during the financial year 2019-20, a total of 9,38,955 tonnes of turmeric was produced in the country, out of which 1,01,500 tonnes were exported till December 2019. The largest producer of Turmeric in the entire world is India, which is 70 to 75 percent of the total global production of Turmeric. It has been estimated that the export of turmeric may increase by 15 percent by the financial year 2020-21. However, the sale of turmeric in the first quarter of this year was not special.

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People from all over the world are asking for turmeric from India!  You can also earn lakhs through this

turmeric cultivation Farming lasts for six or seven months. Two quintals of turmeric seeds are planted in one bigha, from which we get Rs 1500 to 1800 per quintal. Four to five waterings have to be done. The distance from tree to tree is kept at one fit and the distance from line to line is also one fit. The final cost of one bigha is Rs 6000 to Rs 7000. About 25 to 30 quintals of raw material comes out in one bigha, the rate of which is between Rs 2500 to Rs 3000. One bigha can yield an income of around Rs 1 lakh.

Important things- One bigha yields 20 quintals of raw material, which remains one-fourth after boiling and drying. The demand for turmeric export to India has increased from the Middle East, America, Europe and Southeast Asian countries. After this, in the last one week the price of turmeric has increased by 4 percent to Rs 60-62 per kg.

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