Warehouse

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Cooperative Storage and Warehousing Booklet No. 85
Agricultural Cooperation: ACS-12
Contents
Preface
I. Introduction
II. Meaning and Need of Co-operation in Storage
III. Storage Methods Used in India
IV. Factors Affecting the Storage
V. Storage of Food grains
VI. Storage of Commercial Crops
VII. Storage of Perishables
VIII. Development of Co-operative Storage and Warehousing
IX. The Central Warehousing Corporation (C.W.C.)
X. Policy on Co-operative Storage and Warehousing
XI. Position of Co-operative Storage and Warehousing
X. System in India
XII. Evaluation of Storage and Warehousing Facilities
XIII. Suggestions for Improvement
XIV. Conclusion

Preface

After harvesting the crop, the most important practice is the storage. In the absence of storage, the farmer will sell his produce at a very un-remunerative prices. In our country, storage facilities are grossly insufficient and whatever are available, they are not damage-proof or scientific. Thus a broad network of storage facilities which is easily accessible to the farmers is needed. This can be successfully achieved by organizing co-operative storage and warehousing. This booklet describes all these possibilities in detail but in simple language.

Dr. K. T. Chandy, Agricultural and Environmental Education

I. Introduction

Storage is an exercise of human foresight by means of which commodities are protected from deterioration and surplus supplies are carried over for future consumption in regions of scarcity. Scientific storage and warehousing facilities are essential for effective conservation especially for the disposal and systematic marketing of agricultural produce in general and food grains in particular. Storing of agricultural produce is an important stage m the process of agricultural marketing. It is a specialized activity and,…...

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