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QUINTAL. A weight of one hundred pounds

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At the start of the season, the federation had said that it was willing to buy up to 100 lakh quintals as against the 27 lakh quintals it had procured last season.
Even the CICR is expecting a maximum yield of 4 quintals per acre in 10 acres of Bt cotton being grown under the Institute Village Linkage Program (IVLP).
The government proposed to loan producers US$25 at 9% interest for each quintal of coffee they exported.
Kamensky, 33, had 14 goals and 44 points for the Avalanche, and Quintal had eight goals and 27 points while playing in all 82 games for the Montreal Canadiens.
Currently, Venezuelan farmers get only six quintals per acre; the normal yield is over ten quintals.
Paul Quintal is a 15 year sales and business development veteran and is regarded in both IT and media industries as a high impact revenue producer.
50 per quintal while 29 per cent cut per quintal for grains that her shriveled and broken between 8 to 10 per cent.
Technically, the long-term trend is bullish, and prices are expected to move to Rs 5,000-5200 per quintal by the end of December.
While applauding the recently announced Joint Canada-Alberta Implementation Plan for Oil Sands Monitoring, Fort McKay Metis President Ron Quintal has told the Edmonton Journal that consultation with local communities is needed.
The agitating farmers have been demanding an MSP of Rs6,000 per quintal (100kg) of cotton, Rs2,500 per quintal of paddy and Rs2,500 per quintal of soybean.
Quintal) Simpson; his four sons, Frank Simpson and his wife Jollina of Las Vegas, Brad Quintal of Troy N.