Know the crop-wise breakup of MSP for Kharif marketing season 2022-23

Know the crop-wise breakup of MSP for Kharif marketing season 2022-23
The government has increased the MSP of Kharif crops for marketing season 2022-23, to ensure remunerative prices to the growers for their produce and to encourage crop diversification

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has approved the minimum support prices (MSP) for all mandated Kharif crops for marketing season 2022-23.

The government has increased the MSP of Kharif crops for marketing season 2022-23, to ensure remunerative prices to the growers for their produce and to encourage crop diversification, a government statement has said.

MSP breakup for Kharif marketing season (₹ per quintal)

Crops MSP 2021-22 MSP 2022-23 Cost* of production 2022-23 Increase in MSP
Paddy (Common) 1940 2040 1360 100
Paddy (Grade A)^ 1960 2060 100
Jowar (Hybrid) 2738 2970 1977 232
Jowar (Maldandi)^ 2758 2990 232
Bajra 2250 2350 1268 100
Ragi 3377 3578 2385 201
Maize 1870 1962 1308 92
Tur (Arhar) 6300 6600 4131 300
Moong 7275 7755 5167 480
Urad 6300 6600 4155 300
Groundnut 5550 5850 3873 300
Sunflower Seed 6015 6400 4113 385
Soyabean (yellow) 3950 4300 2805 350
Sesamum 7307 7830 5220 523
Nigerseed 6930 7287 4858 357
Cotton (Medium Staple) 5726 6080 4053 354
Cotton (Long Staple)^ 6025 6380 355

 

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*According to the Government of India, the cost includes all paid-out costs such as those incurred on account of hired human labour, bullock labour, machine labour, rent paid for lease in the land, expenses incurred on use of material inputs like seeds, fertilisers, manures, irrigation charges, depreciation on implements and farm buildings, interest on working capital, diesel, electricity for the operation of pump sets and miscellaneous expenses and imputed value of family labour.

^Cost data are not separately compiled for Paddy (Grade A), Jowar (Maldandi) and Cotton (Long-staple)

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