Mango prices have dropped throughout the city during the previous week. Because of the great supply, consumers may enjoy the finest types of the 'king of fruits' at a reasonable price. The mango arrivals to the markets, particularly the Batasingaram market in Hayathnagar, began in February.

Initially, a kilogram of the fruit was sold on the retail market for Rs200.
The 'benishan' kind of mango is presently priced at Rs 70 per kilogram in the market, while other varieties are somewhat more expensive.
In the first two weeks of May, a total of 15,450 trucks carrying 3,48,126 quintals of fruit arrived at the Batasingaram fruit Market.

The arrivals are from Mahabubnagar, Nalgonda, Suryapet, Warangal, Wanaparthy, Ranga Reddy, Khammam, Vikarabad, Nagarkurnool, Mancherial, and Gadwal in telangana while from andhra pradesh the fruit arrivals are from Ananthapur, Krishna, west godavari and kurnool districts. Different varieties including Himayati, Pedda Rasalu, chinna Rasalu, Daseri, Neelam, Mallika, Sundari, Pandari, Apusa, Lal Bagh, Malguba, Gola, Mahamooda, Rumali, Palanguava, Benishan, Totapari, Cheruka Rasalu and Langda arrive at the market during the season, said Batasingaram fruit market secretary Ch. narasimha Reddy.

The fruit is also delivered straight from the fields to dealers in the Kushaiguda, Bowenpally, Jambagh, and Gudimalkapur markets.
The arrivals will continue until mid-June, and costs are not likely to decline further. "The prices might increase in June-end when the arrivals drop significantly," stated the official.
Farmers bring products from telugu states to North India, specifically Delhi, Haryana, and other states.

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