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National Green Tribunal has ordered that companies using castor plants for commercial purposes will have to share monetary benefits with local communities.
According to the rules manufacturers, whose turnover is upto Rs. 1 crore will have to pay 0.1% of it to Maharashtra State Biodiversity Board, while those having a turnover between Rs. 1 crore and Rs. 3 crore and a turnover above Rs. 3 crore will have to pay 0.2% and 0.5% respectively.
Castor seed availability is expected to improve this season as the castor crop production has increased by 15%. According to the latest estimates by Solvent Extractors’ Association of India, the castor production is likely to increase between 1.29 million tonnes and 1.38 million tonnes.
While the area under castor has been estimated at 1.03 million hectares, the yield may improve marginally to 1,254 kg/hectare. Castor yield in Gujarat is estimated to be 1,471 kg/hectare and the global castor seed output is estimated at 1.70 million tonnes.
The trend in castor seed futures for September delivery on India’s National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) is bearish.
On 20th August , support for NCDEX castor seed is seen at 3360 and 3310 levels while resistance is seen at 3440 and 3500 levels at Commodity Online. NCDEX castor seed for September delivery was seen trading down by 1.42% at Rs.3400 per 100 kgs.
As of now, NCDEX castor seed is seen exhibiting bearish trend despite weak INR. Generally depreciation of INR against USD supports the commodities in the futures market.
Read More at: http://www.commodityonline.com/news/india-castor-seed-futures-bearish-despite-weak-indian-rupee-55970-3-55971.html
The trend castor seed futures for August delivery on India’s National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) is negative and further downward movement is expected from current levels. NCDEX castor seed for August 2013 delivery was seen trading down by 0.32% at Rs.3480 per 100 kgs on July 18.
Read More: http://www.commodityonline.com/news/ncdex-castor-seed-negative;-soy-oil-may-remain-bearish-in-near-term-55500-3-55501.html
National Spot Exchange (NSEL), India has confirmed having 1.04 lakh tonnes of castor seed stock at Kadi, Gujarat, with an overall storage capacity of 1.2 Lakh tonnes.
NSEL said that the existing stock of 1.04 lakh tonnes is for 6715 participants who actively use NSEL’s online facility to trade in castor seed. Further, there are four leading caster seed crushers, processors and exporters in India and Jayant Agro Organics and N K Industries are the leading exporters using NSEL platform.
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