Watermelon in Magway sells well

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The watermelons are being sold well these days in some places such as Kalay, Chin Mountain and the upper Chindwin region.

With the extreme growth of watermelon in Gangaw Township in the Magway region, the watermelon started yielding and they are sold back within the region as well as in the border area.
The watermelons are sold especially in the Myanmar-India border checkpoint market and Kalay and Mawlaik townships in the upper Chindwin region. The local growers are making a good profit from watermelon cultivation because of high demand.
The residents from Saw, Yaw and Laungshay regions in Gangaw district are commonly cultivating seasonal fruits such as watermelon, muskmelon, potato, tomato and cabbage. The cultivation of seasonal fruits are successful and sent to Haka township in Chin State and Tamu township in Myanmar-India border, Kalay and Mawlaik townships in the upper Chindwin region.
The watermelons are being sold well these days in some places such as Kalay, Chin Mountain and the upper Chindwin region. So, the locals are having watermelon as season fruit at the pagoda and school ceremonies.
Watermelons are priced at K700-K1,000 per piece depending upon the size. However, the watermelon fetched around K1,200 for a small-size one and K2,500 for a big one in Kalay, Tamu and Mawlaik markets in the Myanmar-India border market. – Kalay/GNLM

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