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| | |  | |Model | | | |Bankable | | | |Projects | | | |[pic] | |  | |  | | | | | | | | | |Plantation / Horticulture | | | | | | | | | |  | | | | | | | | | |Peper | | | | | | | | | |  | | | | | | | | | |Introduction | | | | |Pepper, popularly known as black gold  holds  a  prime position  in the world of spices. The hot pungent produce | | | | |from the  berries of the  perennial, climbing vines of Piper nigrum L (Family : Piperaceae)  is one of the oldest| | | | |and the most popular spice in the world. Pepper was largely instrumental in shaping the modern history christened| | | | |by the advent of the new world and  sea route from Europe to India that ultimately led to the colonalisation of | | | | |our sub continent.  | | | | |By virtue of its versatile uses in the modern world, black pepper has earned the reputation as the “King of | | | | |Spices” and as on date, is the most widely used spice in the world. It has a share of  more than one third of the| | | | |global trade of spices in terms of quantity and value. | | | | | | | | | |  | | | | | | | | | |Global Scene | | | | |According to FAO, the global production of pepper during 2003 is 3,66,511  T and the production base is  4,55,156| | | | |ha. As may be evinced from chart 1, global pepper scenario, has  recorded positive growth both in terms of area | | | | |and production during 2000 to...
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