As, NCDEX Commodity jerra started his trading at good level. Shows positive response at begin. Jerra did good business but it reported, at amidst slump but not lackluster because of the low demand and higher cultivation. Again it makes a line, future coming days buyers are accepted to come as they have looking for some more quantity. Latest reports from Spice Board of India indicates estimated exports of Spices for April-Sept 2011 have fallen by 19% from 294925 MT in 2010 to 237585 MT in 2011. Jeera exports fell by 15% from 18800 MT to 16000 MT during same period. Sentiments remained mesne firm for NCDEX Guar Seeds even as after profit booking as the trading price was bit higher so it got slightly affected in quantity of buyers.