|ID||Vegetable Name||Date||Minimum Rate||Maximum Rate||Average Rate||1||Unhal Kanda||26-05-2023||500||1696||750||2||Goltti Unhal Kanda||26-05-2023||150||626||350||3||Red Onion||26-05-2023||0||0||0||4||Goltti Red Onion||26-05-2023||0||0||0||5||Tomato (rate per Caret)||25-05-2023||30||120||60|
Establishment of Market Committee-
According to the Bombay Agricultural Produce Market Act 1939, the establishment of Pimpalgaon Market Committee On December 28, 1995, Government of Maharashtra Gazette Part On page 1310 to 1313 in Supplementary 1, Published by Mr. Manohar Tribhuvan, District Sub-Registrar, Cooperative Society, Nashik. In Notification on 27.12.1995 As announced, Agricultural Produce Market Committee, Pimpalgaon Baswant, G. As per the Appendix No. 1 in Nashik, and the direct working of the market committee will be mentioned D It was started on 1 January 1996.
India's economy depends on the country of agriculture. In the pre-independence period, the farmer was not able to get the right price, so the debt-borne farmer was lent to the debt. The British did not create independent markets for agricultural purposes. Thus, farmers were being extorted on a large scale. In the face of irregular nature, they used to buy the bricks produced by the traders arbitrarily. The farmer did not know the market price. Therefore, it is always possible to live a life of poverty.Read More full info.