Briefly region: Sangrur tops in wheat production

Aug 15 2013, 04:33 IST
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SummarySangrur district has topped the country for the second consecutive year in wheat production with a per hectare yield of 5,170 kg, the district deputy commissioner informed officilas of the National Food Security Mission

Sangrur tops in wheat production

Sangrur: Sangrur district has topped the country for the second consecutive year in wheat production with a per hectare yield of 5,170 kg, the district deputy commissioner informed officilas of the National Food Security Mission who were here to monitor the progress of NFS mission. He attributed Sangrur’s success to the untiring efforts of the chief agriculture officer and his team.

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