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  • 1. WHEAT
  • 2. Wheat Production in India• Important cereal• Staple Food• Different type• Government play important role through MSP
  • 3. Price Trend• December to Feb due to scarcity in the market the prices are usually high.• In April: The prices of wheat are Rs.14,918.93per metric ton nearly 4.69 % increase than the last month.• Reason-Good whether and record harvest led to the downward pressure on the food prices inflation.• In May-The prices of wheat are Rs. 15,913.93 per metric ton nearly 6.67 % increase than the last month.
  • 4. Factors affecting Demand of wheat• The main factor affecting demand is Price-when Price goes up, demand goes down and vice versa.• Growing demands for wheat based product.• Change in population.• Income change.• Future expectation.
  • 5. Factors affecting supply of wheat• Price• Environmental conditions• The production technology.• Other issues which affect the supply are:• improved seeds, Fertilizer availability, irrigation water, farm machinery.• Infrastructure Roads.• India make a record of 81.47 million tonnes but the demand of wheat is still much higher.