After dropping 50% in current weeks, cumin rates might drop more

Jeera (cumin) rates will likely head south even more after dropping 50 percent from the record high of 65,000 a quintal experienced in August on the National Commodities and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) as products are anticipated to increase in 2024.

On Thursday, jeera futures ending in March were estimated at 32,500 a quintal, while area rates at Unjha, the center of the spice in Gujarat, were estimated by NCDEX at 39,314.20.

According to Agmarknet.in, a system of the Ministry of Farming, the modal rate of jeera (the rate at which most trades happen) was ruling at 36,500 a quintal.

” Costs have actually decreased essentially because the location under jeera has actually increased greatly by over 60 percent from in 2015’s level,” stated Ankit Agarwal, Director of Erode-based Amar Agarwal Foods India Pvt Ltd.

Weak belief.

” The general belief in the jeera area markets is reported weak. Increased supply in the area markets put a cap on jeera’s rates. Costs primarily fixed in the area market, however existing rates are still greater than regular, especially compared to the very same duration a year back,” stated Biplab Sarma, Senior Citizen Research Study Expert, AgriWatch.

Jeera rates have actually pulled back from the record highs and strike their most affordable level in more than 8 months on NCDEX. Decrease in exports and dive in acreage is weighing on jeera futures, stated Anu V Pai, Product Research Study Expert at Geojit Financial Solutions.

According to Gujarat Farming Department information, since December 11, jeera has actually been planted on 4.34 lakh hectares (lh), up 93.5 percent compared to 2.24 lh a year back. The regular location (3 years typical) is 3,50,666 hectares, stated Sarma.

Pai stated according to Rajasthan farming department, jeera has actually been planted on 6.51 lh since December 13 compared to 5.62 lh a year back.

Shift from coriander.

Agarwal stated numerous locations that generally grow coriander (dhaniya) have actually yielded area to jeera.

Sarma stated the location under jeera will likely increase by 30-35 percent based upon existing patterns, possibly coming at the expenditure of other competitive crops such as coriander. New locations might likewise come under growing.

Agarwal stated the weather condition has actually benefited the crop without any problems in the crop locations.

Pai stated though the increase in acreage is weighing on jeera, climate condition and yield will remain in focus with the risk of El Nino looming.

” It will be a definitive consider figuring out rates in the coming days in addition to export need.” the Geojit Financial Solutions product research study expert stated.

Celebrations, marital relationships to restrict fall.

Sarma stated in the long-lasting, AgriWatch anticipates jeera rates to decrease. “This expectation is based upon the anticipation of farmers moving to cumin due to greater realisation, which might impact the general market and result in rate decreases,” he stated.

Agarwal stated jeera rates might drop another 1,000 a quintal, they might not drop listed below 25,000. “We anticipate rates to stabilise around that level,” he stated.

Pai stated celebration and marital relationship season need will restrict the fall in jeera rates.



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