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Indian Rubber Statistics

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  • INSTEAD OF RIBBED SMOKE SHEETS SOLAR DRIED SHEETS ARE BETTER IN QUALITY   From this types sheets different colours of finished products can be made available. Air Dried Sheets are available in the International market. USEFUL INFORMATION TO RUBBER GROWERS TO REDUCE PRODUCTION COST 1. Save the rubber trees from BROWNBAST.   2. Avoid fertiliser from April to July.   3. Fire therapy for fungal diseases.   4. Avoid rubber coat and permit to grow chlorophyll.   5. Neutralise formic acid and use sunshine to dry the sheets.   6. Avoid rain guard and shade due to the non-availability of photosynthesis in winter.   7. In the winter dry time of a day can be used for taping.   8. In the summer lace application of diluted ethephon can be used for the removal of clotting agents.   9. Dry the sheets in winter in smoke house with more efficiency.   10. Use organic manure to the rubber trees and permit the earthworms to generate.   11. Downward taping from lower level to the top level step by step.   12. Interval between two tapping days have to control according to the dripping. 13. Ensure co-operation of work force, farmers and manufacturers etc.    
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    • 1. A rubber Grower presents An Analysis of Indian Rubber Statistics WELCOME Important details of Natural Rubber Courtesy: Indian Rubber Board Kottayam, Kerala, INDIA Sources: CAPEXIL, Kolkatta and Council for leather Exports, Chennai. Monthly Statistics of Foreign Trade of India, published by DGCI & S, Kolkotta Rubber Statistical Bulletin of the International Rubber Study Group Economic Survey, Govt. of India Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India(ACMA), New Delhi. Automotive Tyre Manufacturers Association, New Delhi. Etc.
    • 2. POST WTO SCENARIO
    • 3. POST EXIM POLICY SCENARIO
    • 4. Availability of Natural Rubber in Tonnes
    • 5. What is Missing in Tonnes?
    • 6.  
    • 7. Export, Import and Values
    • 8. Export and Import Vice-versa
    • 9. Export, Import & Prices in Rupees

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