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Paddy production in West Bengal is expected to fall 40 per cent due to last summer’s drought, which lowered seed production in some rice-producing districts by as much as 60 per cent. In the absence of sufficient irrigation, productivity is also likely to take a hit. Potato and boro paddy (winter rice) are the two main rabi crops of the state.

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Courtesy: Business Standard

11th January 2011