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Lowest vegetable prices recorded in six months yesterday

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The lowest prices of vegetables have been recorded yesterday (27) after six months, according to the prices released by the Dambulla Special Economic Centre.

The wholesale price of a kilo of Carrot has dropped  to Rs.310 and the price of Red Onion has scaled down to Rs.230 per kilo.

The price of White Onion has been reduced to Rs.530 per kilo. A kilo of Cabbage has seen a significant drop in price to Rs.300. Price of Brinjal has declined to Rs.135 per kilo, Leeks selling at Rs.190 per kilo, Tomatoes sold at Rs.420 a kilo, a kilo of Radish sold at Rs.50, Cucumber at Rs.100 per kilo and imported Potatoes sold at a massive dropped price of Rs.110 per kilo.

The price of a kilo of Pumpkin saw a massive drop in Dambulla selling at Rs.200 yesterday. Ash plantains were sold at Rs.170 a kilo and Polos at the significantly reduced price of Rs.80 per kilo.

Several other vegetables also saw a sharp decline in their prices yesterday after many months, according to the prices that were released by the Dambulla Special Economic Centre.

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