Vegetable Rate: Increased prices of potatoes, onions, headlines on tomatoes, check this list before buying

Sawan has ended for three days, but its effect on vegetables has started showing in the wholesale market. If there is a surge in the prices of vegetables coming from outside due to rain, the arrival of local vegetables has reduced. The price of Chipsona potato has reached Rs 21 to 25, while the hill potato is Rs 30 per kg. Onion has also started moving towards tearing. Prices have risen from eight to 12 rupees. The prices of Loki and Turai were also between five and six rupees per kg, which has now reached Rs 10 per kg. Tomato prices are also up.

President of the Vegetable Market Association, Sanjeev Yadav said that inward rainfall is decreasing. Local vegetables are also coming down. Wet vegetables spoil quickly, which affects prices. The prices of vegetables coming from outside have a greater impact. It has tomatoes, cabbage, chilies etc.

Wholesale prices of vegetables per kg

– Pahari Potato, 30 rupees

– Chipsona, 25 rupees

– Tomato, 35 rupees

– Loki, 10 rupees

– trumpet, 10 rupees

– Garlic, 60

– Lemon, 40

– Ginger, 60 rupees

– Okra, 15 rupees

– capsicum, 30 rupees

– Arabic, 10

−Bagan, 15

– Beans, 70

Cabbage, 15-20 rupees

Green chillies, 40-60

– Onion, 12 rupees

In the colonies, the handlers are charging the desired price

Vegetables are charging the desired price in the colonies. Tomato prices are swinging only between 50 and 60, then the Loki getting 10 rupees a kilo in the market becomes 20 rupees a kilo on arrival. The same situation is with onion. By bargaining onions, the handpicked onions cost 20 rupees a fort. While the prices of the mandi are running at Rs 12 per fort. Vegetables say that local vegetables are also coming down. Wet vegetables spoil quickly, which affects prices. The prices of vegetables coming from outside have a greater impact. It has tomatoes, cabbage, chilies etc.