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Sesame seeds: rainfall could reduce yields

March 30, 2023 at 12:51 PM , Der AUDITOR
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NEW DELHI. The rain of the past few days has not left the sesame seed crop unscathed, and yield declines cannot be ruled out. Nevertheless, the tender announced for April is expected to have little influence on the price development.

Exporters prepare for tender

The 10,000 mt sesame seed tender from South Korea announced for mid-April is prompting Indian exporters to start looking for goods. As at the same time hardly any sesame seeds are being delivered to the markets and prices have firmed up this week. In fact, however, this trend is not likely to last long, because as usual, shipments only take place a few weeks after the tender and the summer crop is likely to be available on the Indian sesame seed market from the second half of May. Market players therefore expect the tender to h

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