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Ramp

A slang term for a market rally that occurs quickly and decisively. For example, a stock that has generally been flat or in decline but suddenly jumps 9% in a few hours may be said to experience a ramp.
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When asked why onion prices were high despite a buoyant production in the local market this year, Commerce Ministry Secretary Shubhashish Bose said it was temporary.
Onion prices have declined significantly over the last few months as huge quantities of onion arrived resulting in gult like situation as Baluchistan batch of onions is expected to arrive during the month of December.
According to the detail, the current prices of onion would defiantly reduce after the arrival of imported onion in the market.
Set out bulb onion seedlings three weeks before your last frost, and set out seedlings of non-bulbing onions six weeks before your last frost.
No difference in mean bulb weight of control and onion plot intercropped with okra was recorded in the current study.
About 3,000 hectares of onion plants were affected by armyworms recently, bringing down harvests, said Gregorio Quinones, high-value crops coordinator of the provincial agricultural office.
Spring/summer onions, which include Vidalia, Walla Walla, and Maui Sweet Onion, are mild or sweet tasting, while storage onions, which include Spanish onions, are strongly flavored and have a yellow or white color.
The countdown to Vidalia season has begun, and as retailers ready for the arrival of this category leader, the Vidalia Onion Committee (VOC) is preparing to launch its inspired 2016 campaign.
com)-- Onion powder is a processed form of dehydrated onion that can add the same flavor as fresh onions in a convenient manner.
WHEN CHOOSING ONION varieties for your garden, consider the day length and temperature requirements.
CREATED BY FEDERAL MARKETING order 958, the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Committee is an instrument of the federal government representing more than 200 growers and 30 shippers in Southwestern Idaho and Malheur County, Oregon.
The hailstorm in February and March this year and the delayed monsoon have played havoc with onion production and the government expects a scarcity to build up by September.