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Trade of Non-Specified Minor Forest Produce - Harra


.: HARRA

Harra popularly known as myrobolan is fruit obtained from the species Terminalia chebula. Harra is used in tannin and Pharma Industries. It is one of the ingredients of Triphala powder prescribed in the Ayurvedic prescriptions. The approximate potential production of Harra in the state is about 50,000 quintals per year but production of Harra varies from year to year. The major Harra producing District Unions are - Kanker, Keshkal, South Kondagaon, East Bhanupratappur, Jagdalpur Rajnandgaon, Dharamjaigarh, Raigarh and Jashpur.


Harra Collection and Trade Practices


  • Harra is being purchased under Mechanism for Marketing of Minor Forest Produce (MFP) through Minimum Support Price (MSP) and Development of Value Chain for MFP scheme of Government of India. The collection rate of Harra is Rs. 1100/- per quintal for the year 2017-18.
  • The Harra collection is done on same lines as Sal seed.
  • The godowned quantity of Harra is disposed off by e-Tenders/e-Auctions by M.F.P. Federation, Raipur.

 

The collection and sale of Harra in different years are as follows :-

 

Year

Collected Quantity (Qtls.)

Collection Wages
(Rs. Lakhs)

Sale Value  
  (Rs. Lakhs)

Average Sale Rate  
(Rs. per Qntl.)

2001-02

60634.45

181.90

150.74

249

2002-03

85264.86

213.16

216.32

254

2003-04

63085.63

157.71

167.50

266

2004-05

60606.48

151.52

153.68

254

2005-06

44116.75

110.29

118.64

269

2006-07

59904.615

149.76

166.45

278

2007-08

42535.30

116.97

144.59

340

2008-09

49651.86

186.19

215.06

433

2009-10

33159.55

124.35

137.44

415

2010-11

16343.76

73.55

98.04

600

2011-12

71480.28

714.80

662.19

926

2012-13

29734.23

237.87

258.44

869

2013-14

15803.06

102.72

129.95

823

2014-15

34644.720

381.09

155.97

456

2015-16

57126.900

628.40

332.78

583

2016-17

3087.760

24.70

21.04

682

2017-18

178.820

1.97

1.40

1100