Karnataka Planters Association

Karnataka Planters Association: We are in distress

Image: KPA According to the report in The Hindu, KPA Chairman, Sahadev Balakrishna rued that the coffee plantation sector is “facing shortage fertiliser, rising cost of labour, impending strain on water resources, environmental and quality concerns and a need to replant old plantations.” Adding further he said ” “We have been going through a difficult phase…

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Office bearers of K.P.A. elected

The Fifty Second Annual General Meeting of the Karnataka Planters’ Association was held on Thursday the 4th November 2010 at the premises of the Atria Hotel, No.1, Palace Road, Bangalore. The following have been elected to the Executive Committee of the Association for the year 2010-11. Sahadev Balakrishna Chairman and  Marvin Rodrigues Vice-Chairman Members :…

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Acute shortage of Urea fertilizer for Post-Monsoon application – KPA

In a press statement issued by Karnataka Planters Association Chairman K.M. Nanaiah he said that  tt was  brought to the notice by many Large, Medium, and small grower members from the districts of Chikmagalur, Kodagu Hassan, Mysore, South Kanara and Udupi district in Karnataka in respect of Plantation crops such as Coffee, Tea, Rubber, and…

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