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DATABASE FOR SELECTED CROPS
An informative and updated database has been designed and developed to meet the requirement of Market Intelligence Project for Crops having export potential. The database provides every aspect of the market intelligence. To explore the database a user is provided with a username and a password. Using these arameters a user can securely go through the data records.
This database acts as a mediator between the market of crops having export potential and the customer or businessmen willing to export. In this database, types of information available are described as below. Further details are also presented for the corresponding subject.
1. List of commodities.
2. General introduction of the commodities.
3. Production Data - World
4. Major Producing states.
5. Description of varieties.
6. Harvesting Details of the crop.
7. Season of availability of commodities.
8. Standard for grading.
9. Packaging details.
10. HACCP guidelines.
11. Major mandi details.
12. Codex Hygienic practices.
13. MRL level of crop.
14. List of laboratories for testing pesticides residues in India.
15. List of certification agencies in India.
16. Price graph of commodities in India.
17. Strengths of India for export.
18.Export potential of commodities in the countries like EU, ASEAN, GCC and
Australia.
10.1.
List of commodities
10.2.
General introduction of the commodities
The user can view the introduction of any of the commodity.
10.3.
Production Data - World
The application contains the information about the major crop producer of the world. The current snapshot displays the major producers for the crop Mango for the year 2006. It displays area coverage, production in thousand tons, and productivity in tons/ha, percentages share of the world production.
10.4.
Major producing states
Further details, specific to the variety grown and major area of coverage can be displayed. The database displays a view of top five states with the crops grown there in the order of production per year.
For e.g. the following table displays the production and productivity of Mango in India in the year 2005-06
Similarly records for other years can also be viewed with this option.
10.5.
Description of varieties
Every crop is further bifurcated into varieties .The varieties with specific characteristics can be viewed from the database.
For e.g. following table shows the varieties of mango with a small introductory description of each variety.

 

10.6.
Harvesting details of the crops
A user/customer can explore the database for availing harvesting details of the crop of his interest.
Harvesting period is the most important duration for a user or a customer to look upon. It will give an idea about the time at which the crop will arrive at the market.
The user will get detailed information, such as time of availability of the specific crop, along with normal harvesting time of the crop
For e.g. a user if selects mango, the information about the crop grown in the state and harvesting duration will be displayed in the following fashion.
10.7.
Season of availability of commodities
Each crop is having an arrival pattern (season in which crop is likely to be arrive) throughout the year, which is a state dependent pattern. It will help an user or customer to know the arrival and availability of the crop in the season.
Following is a sample for the arrival pattern of Mango throughout the year in various states
of India.
For e.g. In Uttar Pradesh, mango starts arriving from mid of March up to last week of July with important cultivars like Bombay Green, Dashehari, Langra, Chausa and Amrapali
10.8.
Standards for Grading (Agmark)
The database is capable enough to list all the grades and Agmark standard’s details of all the crops which are having potential of export.
A part of the screen shot displaying grades and Agmark standard for mango is indicated below:
10.9.
Packaging detai
The website also displays the packaging details of the selected crop. A snap shot to this effect is displayed below:
10.10.
HACCP guidelines
10.11
. Major Mandies Details
Every state has some major mandies where the crops are marketed for further distribution either in the same state or to other parts of the adjoining states. The database provides a list and location of all the major mandies of a particular state for benefits of exporters.
10.12.
Codex Hygienic practices
10.13.
Maximum Pesticide Residue Limits
i) Codex ii) European iii) Indian
Maximum residue level details are available in the database for all the crops having export potential.
A user can switch to search page to view the MRL’s of the crops. The details will show the substance’s name, all the directives, and remarks for the substance for that particular crop
10.14.
List of laboratories for testing pesticides residues in India
10.15. List of certification agencies in India
10.16.
Price graphs of commodities in India
A record or data displayed with a graph gives more relevance and exposure to the information.
Our application facilitates this utility too. A user can view price variation of any crop in any state by selecting the options (state and Crop). The graph will display a complete price variation throughout the year for the selected crop in the selected state.
For e.g. if a user selects Mango and wants to view its price variation for the state Uttar
Pradesh, he will get the following graphical view.
In the similar manner records for other crops for different states can be viewed
10.17.
Strengths of India for export
10.18.
Export Potential of the commodities in the countries like EU, ASEAN, GCC and Australia
The database provides us the information about export potentials to all ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council), EU (European Union) and Australia.
For each crop a detail scenario about its domestic strengths for export, current exports to ASEAN, GCC, Australia and EU nations has been provided The following view shows a sample of export potential for the crop Mango
The above mentioned information is available for the following crops
(1) Fruits
1. Mango
2. Grapes
3. Pomegranate
4. Litchi
5. Pineapple
6. Banana
7. Aonla
(2) Vegetables
1. Onion
2. Tomato
3. Okra
4. Green chillies
(3) Spices
1. Ginger
2. Turmeric
(4) Commercial crops
1. Sesamum seeds
2. Soyameal
3. Cotton