Tomato prices soar due to high temperatures, low production, and delayed monsoons in India.
Supply chain disruptions lead to reduced tomato supply and higher prices.
Low rates result in poor crop quality and increased pest and disease cases.
Temporary price fluctuations expected as harvesting starts in new regions.
Price stability depends on rainfall in agricultural regions like Himachal Pradesh.
Shift in planting preferences contributes to the tomato price hike.
Uncertain future regarding the duration and impact of high tomato prices.