Persistent dry conditions in India, the world’s top pulse producer and consumer, has driven up the demand for Canadian crops.

Pulse farmers in Canada, Australia, Russia, Myanmar, and the US are enjoying record high global prices for chickpeas, yellow peas, and lentils, as a result of India’s recent shortfall.

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