Vegetable prices increased in Tamil Nadu

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Vegetable prices increased in Tamil Nadu

Vegetable price has increased up at the Koyambedu wholesale vegetable market.
Beans was being sold at the Koyambedu wholesale vegetable market at Rs. 35 per kg which now being sold at Rs. 55 to Rs. 65 per kg.
Potato, ivy gourd, and turnip which were sold at Rs. 20 to Rs. 25 per kg. Carrot is now sold at Rs. 25 to Rs. 30 per kg. Lady’s finger (okra) is sold at Rs. 15 per kg.
Rural grown broad beans which was sold at Rs. 30 to Rs. 40 per kg. Tomato is said to have sold at Rs. 10 per kg. Onion which was sold at Rs. 12 to Rs. 15 per kg. Beetroot, brinjal, cabbage, and snake gourd which were sold at Rs. 10 to Rs. 15 per kg.
There was an increase in the quantity of raw banana reaching Koyambedu which was sold at Rs. 3 to Rs.5 per piece.
Chowchow and cluster beans which were sold at to Rs. 45 per kg. At a higher price level, ginger which was sold at Rs. 100 to Rs. 110 per kg.
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