India is one of the largest producers of Bajra in the world. Rajasthan is the highest producing state followed by Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh. Bajra is known for its high nutritive value because of its high iron and zinc content. The major export markets are the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Yemen, Tunisia, and the United Kingdom (UK).
|Market Price||Current (Rs./Qtl)||Change (%)|
|Minimum Lot Size||15.00 Tons|
|Bid Window Duration||48 Hrs|
|Trading Hours||10.00 AM - 5.00 PM (IST UTC+05:30)|
The seasonal details are depicted in the calendar by their agroclimatic zones
Dynamic Crop Calendar (DCC)
It is a real-time tool that tracks and forecasts stresses and their severity by commodity, variety and phenophase. The DCC helps estimate crop health, yield and risk at various temporal and geo-spatial levels. DCC also helps in customised monitoring, alert generation and advisory activities.
Yield at Risk (YaR) - Stability
The fluctuation/risk in yield or productivity varies from region to region. The region-wise variation on the yield is depicted in the graph below.
The monthly fluctuations in price for different benchmark markets are shown below.
Aerial photo provides the visual representation of the field periodically.
Multispectral Yield Analysis
Tool that provides a Normalised Differential Vegetation Index (NDVI) analysis of individual fields to ground-truth indices. It is standardised across time periods for quick visual interpretation.
Ground-Truth Risk Report
Real-time estimation of yield at various stages of crop growth, based on field monitoring of plant health and detection of stress.
Normalised Differential Vegetation Index (NDVI) comparison of field versus regional indices across commodity, variety and phenophase.
|Region ID||State||Production||Risk Free Production||Available Production||Available Risk Free Production|
Major varieties by different agro-climatic zones
|Agro-climatic zone||State||Region ID||Major Districts||Varieties|
|Gujarat Plains and Hills (GPH)||Gujarat||R-2, R-11, R-13||Banaskantha, Anand, Mahesana, Kheda, Patan||JKBH 1008, HHB 272, MPMH 21, 86M01, HHB 234, Dhanshakti, MH-2114, RHB 223, Hi Pearl 51+, HHB-67, Nandi-5, Nandi-61, Nandi-64, Nandi-75, GHB-905, KBH 108, 86M89, KBH 3940|
|Trans Gangetic Plain (TGP)||Haryana||R-4||Jhajjar, Gurgaon, Rohtak||JKBH 1008, HHB 272, MPMH 21, 86M01, Dhanshakti, RHB 223, HHB-67, Nandi- 75, MH 1928, PB 1705, XMT 1497, Bio 8145, 86M82, KBH 108, 86M89, KBH 3940|
|Western Plateau and Hills (WPH)||Maharashtra||R-6||Nashik||86M01, 86M88, NBH 5767, NBH 5061, Dhanshakti, Hi Pearl 51+, HHB-67, Nandi- 65, Nandi-75, HHB 299, Mahabeej1005, Phule Adishakti, 86M13|
|Western Dry Zone (WDZ)||Rajasthan||R-8||Alwar, Bharatpur, Dausa||JKBH 1008, HHB 272, Proagro Tejas, HHB 234, Dhanshakti, BHB-1202, Nandi- 75, MH 1928, 86M84, GHB-905, Nandi-72, KBH 108, 86M89, Balwan, KBH 3940|
|Upper Gangetic Plain (UGP)||Uttar Pradesh||R-9, R-10||Aligarh, Etah, Firozabad, Mainpuri, Hathras, Kasganj||86M01, Dhanshakti, MH-2114, I.C.M.V.-221, Hi Pearl 51+, HHB-67, Nandi-75, MH 1928, GHB-905, XMT 1497, JKBH 1100, Bio 8145|
|Southern Plateau and Hills (SPH)||Tamil Nadu||R-20||Tiruvannamalai, Villupuram||CO (Cu) 9,X 7, CO 7, CO (Cu) 10, AIMP 92901 (Samrudhi), Dhanshakti, HB 3, PHB 47, MH 180, MH 179 (ICMH 451), Pusa 23 (MH 169), ICMH 356, MBH 160, Nandi 30, RHRBH 8924 (Saburi), CoHCu 8, Nandi 35, Pratap (MH 1642), Bio 448 (MH 1671)|
|No.||Tradable parameters||Band - 1||Band - 2||Band - 3||Band - 4||Band - 5|
|I||Moisture (% by wt)||01.00 - 10.00||10.01 - 11.00||11.01 - 12.00||12.01 - 14.00||14.01 - 16.00|
|II||Admixture (% by wt)||00.01 - 01.00||00.01 - 01.00||00.01 - 01.00||01.01 - 02.00||02.01 - 03.00|
|III||Immature & Shriveled grains (% by wt)||01.00 - 04.00||01.00 - 04.00||01.00 - 04.00||04.01 - 06.00||06.01 - 08.00|
|IV||Foreign matter (% by wt)||00.01 - 00.10||00.01 - 00.10||00.01 - 00.10||00.11 - 00.60||00.61 - 01.00|
|V||Other edible grains (% by wt)||01.00 - 03.00||01.00 - 03.00||01.00 - 03.00||03.01 - 04.00||04.01 - 06.00|
|VI||Damaged/Discoloured Grains (% by wt)||01.00 - 03.00||03.01 - 04.00||04.01 - 05.00||05.01 - 07.00||07.01 - 10.00|
|VII||Weevilled Grains (% by count)||01.00 - 02.00||01.00 - 02.00||01.00 - 02.00||02.01 - 04.00||04.01 - 06.00|