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Tur or Pigeon Pea scientifically known as Cajanus cajan is a perennial legume which belongs to the family fabaceae. Other names for Tur in India are Red Gram and Toor or Arhar.
Tur is used as a staple diet in many countries. Tur is a drought resistant plant type because of its sophisticated root scheme. Tur or Pigeon Pea is not actually a pea but a Grain legume or Pulse.
Tur production in India is around 2.5 million tons and the domestic consumption is about 3.4 million tons. India imports Tur to bridge the consumption gap.
Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat , Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Orissa and Bihar are the major Pigeon Pea producing states in India.
The top Tur producing countries in the world are India, Myanmar, Malawi, Uganda, Kenya, United republic of Tanzania and Nepal.
Major Tur importing countries are India, European Union, Myanmar, Republic of Tanzania, Kenya, Malawi, Uganda and Mozambique.
Major Tur exporting countries are Myanmar, Tanzania, Mozambique, Malawi and Sudan.
Local Markets for Tur in India are:
Madhya Pradesh (Indore, Bhopal, Vidisha)
Maharashtra (Jalgoan, Latur, Mumbai, Akola, Barchi, Nagpur, Ahmendnagar),
Chennai & Delhi
Uttar Pradesh (Kanpur, Hapur, Kashganj, Hatras, Vijayawada)
Andhra Pradesh (Hyderabad)
Punjab (Jalandhar, Ludhiyana, Sangrur)
Gujarat (Surat, Dhansura, Madosa, Talod, Rajkot)
Tur Trading Markets:Andhra Pradesh(Vijayawada, ) Chhattisgarh(Dantewada , ) Delhi(Delhi, ) Gujarat(Rajkot, Surat, Dhansura, Talod, Modasa, Himatnagar, ) Haryana(Sirsa, ) Karnataka(Gulbarga, ) Madhya Pradesh(Bhopal, Indore, Vidisha, ) Maharashtra(Amravati, Nagpur, Akola, Mumbai, Latur, Jalgaon, Jalna, Solapur, Ahmednagar, Barshi, Dhule, Osmanabad , ) Odisha(Junagarh , ) Punjab(Ludhiana, Jalandhar, sangrur, ) Tamil Nadu(Chennai, ) Telangana(Hyderabad, ) Uttar Pradesh(Kanpur, Hapur, Kasganj , Hathras, )
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