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Sustainable development of Indian sugar industry

Sustainable development of Indian sugar industry

Cooperative Sugar 28(6): 441-442

The Indian sugar industry has suffered from wide fluctuating imbalances between the demand and availability of sugar, molasses and bagasse; ideas are proposed towards a rational policy for sustainable development of the industry. Factories should pay growers directly for sugarcane according to a rational pricing scheme providing incentives for better quality, whether or not the system is co-operative. A small type of mechanical harvester for green cane is urgently needed.

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