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August 29, 1970 of his produce till ft is processed and pressed into bales for sale. Accord- ing to the scheme, growers would be required to sell their produce at specified centres. For making payment, the basic price would be determined by taking the average of the average market prices during the previous three seasons. Ninety per cent of this basic price would be considered as the guarantee price and the farmers would be paid 90 per cent of this guarantee price as advance when they sell raw cotton to the processing units.

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