Indian Sugar  October 1953
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Indian Sugar October 1953

1953

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As the major portion of cane acreage is confined to the States of U. P. and Bihar where sugar is the major industry the responsibility of the two State Governments in increasing the yield of sugarcane is quite obvious. [...] The Minister expressed the hope that the measure would help to improve the condition of the growers and encourage the sugar industry in the state. [...] But the need for fully utilising the visit of the Agricultural Inspector to the selected villages the poor conditions of communication between villages the difficulties involved in transporting canes from far-off villages to the factory weighbridges would all appear to indicate that two fields per village would be the optimum allocation within a stratum for which the number of villages to be se [...] October 1953 INDIAN SUGAR 305 From the St dr tes Sugar Industry in the Deccan Sri Gulabchand criticises Bombay Government's Policy In the course of his address at the 10th Annual Covention of the Deccan Sugar Technologists' Association Shri Gulabchand Hirachand President of the Association referred to the difficulty of the sugar factories in Bombay in regard to supply of water and criticis [...] The higher the conversion the higher the sugars and the lower the dextrienes while the lower the conversion the reverse becomes the relation of these components.

Pages
53
SARF Document ID
sarf.120241
Published in
India
Title Pages Author/Editor
Editorial 289-290 J. S. Mehta

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Notes 291-294 J. S. Mehta

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Sugarcane & its Problems 295-300 K. L. Khanna, R. C. Acharya, J. P. Pandey

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Subsidaary Industries 301-304 G. Ramchander

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From the States 305-306 J. S. Mehta

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Sugar Confectionery 307-316 Harry Fischer, Jhon Krno

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Labour 317-319 J. S. Mehta

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Book Review 320-320 J. S. Mehta

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Letter to the Editor 321-321 J. S. Mehta

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Company Affairs 322-322 J. S. Mehta

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Government Notifications Legislative Enactments etc. 323-330 J. S. Mehta

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Statistics 331-340 J. S. Mehta

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