3 edition of Problems and prospects of agriculture in India found in the catalog.
Problems and prospects of agriculture in India
by Publications and Information Division, Indian Council of Agricultural Research in New Delhi
Written in English
|Statement||compiled and edited by V.S. Bhatt.|
|Contributions||Bhatt, V. S., India. Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.|
|LC Classifications||S471.I3 B82 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||88901692|
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Agricultural Indebtedness: One of the greatest problems of Indian agriculture is its growing indebtedness. The rural people are borrowing a heavy amount of loan regularly for meeting their requirements needed for production, consumption and also for meeting their social commitments.
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Sandalwood farming in India: problems and prospects. This book reviews the state of agricultural climate change mitigation globally, with a focus on identifying the feasibility, opportunities. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW Annapoorna Vadivelu, B.
Ravi Kiran Published Agriculture is different from industry and plays a significant role in the economic development of a nation. The book explores these issues using data collected from about 2, oilseed growers: soybean farmers, rapeseed-mustard growers, groundnut farmers, sesamum farmers and sunflower growers from selected Indian states.
It would be of immense use for scholars and policy makers alike who are working in this : Springer India. Agriculture is the key sector of our economy. Vast majority of our population directly depend upon agriculture for livelihood.
A good marketing system is one, where the farmer is assured of a fair price for his produce. The agricultural sector needs. Bhende, M.J.(). Agricultural Insurance in India: Problems and Prospects.
Department of Economic Analysis and Research, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development Occasional paper – Some of the major problems and their possible solutions have been discussed as follows.
Indian agriculture is plagued by several problems; some of them are natural and some others are manmade. Small and fragmented land-holdings. India is the second largest producer and consumer of food, with agriculture sector playing an important role in the economic development of the country.
The food processing sector is the. Beschreibung: Academic Foundation, India, Hardback. Zustand: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Agriculture production and farm incomes in India are frequently affected by weather and climatic aberrations like droughts, floods, cyclone, frost, storms, land slides, etc.
Outbreak of epidemics, fire, and market fluctuations are the other factors which seriously affect production and. The problems related to real estate development in India also have a bearing on the availability of usable land for urban agriculture. There is a huge investment in plots and apartments, which remain un-used.
A sizeable percentage of this investment is black money. India must focus on rainfed farming. There was a time when it was said that the Indian budget was a gamble on the monsoons.
That is not the case any more, with industrial production soaring and agriculture on the margins. Agro-tourism: The performance, problems and prospects for the farmers in Maharastra M.D. JAGTAP, M.B. NICHIT AND S.R.
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Agriculture, the backbone of Indian economy, contributes to the overall economic growth of the country and determines the standard of life for more than 50% of the Indian population.
Agriculture contributes only about 14% to the overall GDP but. In chapters 4 and 5, the author discusses problems and policies enacted in the agricultural input sector—seeds, fertilizers, irrigation water, farm machinery, and farm labor. What is unique about this book is that in each of the chapters, the author presents the role of information technology in Indian agriculture.
Cotton is an important source of income for smallholder farmers in India, usually grown very intensively. To counteract negative impacts of cotton cultivation in India, such as environmental degradation and financial dependency due to high input costs, organic cotton cultivation is being promoted by non-governmental organizations in the country.
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The above mentioned problems of dryland agriculture put a big question mark on the quality of crop produced in dryland or arid conditions. Grain quality is the biggest issue as it is of inferior quality due to underdevelopment. On the other hand, the. Introduction. Historically, agriculture preceded the industrial revolution by around 90 centuries.
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Despite high levels of production, agricultural yield in India is lower than other large producing countries. Agricultural yield is the quantity of a crop produced on one unit of land.
Agricultural yield of food grains has increased by more than four times sinceand was 2, kg/hectare in  However, as seen in Figure 6.Get this from a library! Indian agriculture: problems, progress, and prospects. [A N Agrawal]. The humour in the book lies in its Indian aphorisms and characters like a dove called Chikna Talcum P.
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