TAKE A LOOK-Impact of monsoon rains on Indian farms
India's monsoon rains have been above normal in the first three weeks of July after their worst start in more than 80 years.
This has helped revive sowing, particularly of oilseeds and cotton, but some key areas, where rice, corn and sugarcane are grown, have still not received adequate rain.
For the latest stories on the monsoon, click on the codes in brackets: --------------------------------------------------------------- LATEST >How monsoon rains impact South Asia crops [ID:nDEL479514] >India's rice, sugarcane planting dips-minister [ID:nBNG493693] >India monsoon still weak, planting lags-attache [ID:nN27539727] >Poor rains hit 35-40 pct sugarcane crop in key Indian state [ID:nDEL294694] >Rain forecast in drought-hit Indian sugarcane state [ID:nDEL528983] >India monsoon 15 pct above normal in July 22 week [ID:nDEL417770] >Water in Indian reservoirs rises in past week-govt [ID:nDEB000799] >India's Maharashtra state sugar output seen rising [ID:nDEB000811] ANALYSIS/FACTBOX >Impact of monsoon on Indian crops [ID:nDEL401846] >Possible impact of monsoons on India's crops [ID:nDEL397486] >Poor monsoon stalks India despite economic strides [ID:nHKG287075] PREVIOUS STORIES >India monsoon rain too late for sugarcane, rice [ID:nBOM386649] >El Nino continues to develop-Australian met bureau [ID:nSYD216221] >Weak monsoon ups India June oil sales 14 pct [ID:nDEB000766] >El Nino developing slower, monsoon to stay weak [ID:nSP373728] (Compiled by Himangshu Watts)
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