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Bengaluru, Feb 12 (PTI) Following are today's

PTI | Bengalur | Updated: 12-02-2020 15:38 IST | Created: 12-02-2020 15:38 IST
Bengaluru, Feb 12 (PTI) Following are today's

Following are today'sVegetable rates quoted at Agriculture Produce MarketingCommittee (APMC), Rates per Quintal

Cauliflower 100-1500, Brinjal 300-2800, Tomato 100-2000,Bitter Gourd 700-2400, Bottle Gourd 100-1200, Ash Gourd1800-2000, Green Chilly 950-3000, Banana green 588-3500,Beans 400-2600, Green Ginger 1700-5200, Carrot 1500-3700,Cabbage 300-921, Ladies Finger 700-2500, Snakegourd 400-1200,Beetroot 300-2500, Cucumbar 100-1000, Ridgeguard 200-2500,Raddish 100-2400, Capsicum 1600-2400, Drumstick 4000-10000,Sweet Pumpkin 156-1000, Knool Khol 300-2000, Lime 100-3200

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