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Agricultural productivity and regional imbalances
|LC Classifications||HD2075.U6 S42 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 345 p. :|
|Number of Pages||345|
|LC Control Number||84900159|
the agricultural productivity. 4) Accretion to in farm assets and farm supporting infrastructure provided by large scale financial investment activities results in increased farm income levels leading to increased standard of living of rural masses. 5) Farm finance can also reduce the regional economic imbalances . 1. State per Capital Income as an Indicator of Regional Imbalance: The most important indicator of regional imbalance and disparity among the different states of India is the difference in per capita state income figures. It is revealed from Table that in , the national average per capita income in India was Rs. 10,
1 agriculture and rural development In order to report efficiently on the objectives outlined in Chapter 3, they have been clustered into logical groupings and structured into, as outlined below. This paper is the study of Agricultural Level of Aligarh District. Agriculture in Aligarh District is not very well developed, because it is depend on Monsoon Season which is not fair in the Western Uttar Pradesh, Aligarh is part of it and also near to the boundary of Rajasthan, where rainfall is very short. The rainfall in the district is found about c.m., which very short for.
Agricultural productivity is regions dependent, demanding further investigation. This study examines the productivity index in districts of Balochistan province of Pakistan from to 1. The agriculture industry is facing several challenges An elevated increase in demographics will boost demand for food Current uses of natural resources are highly stressed Climate change is reducing productivity in agriculture Food waste is a massive market inefficiency and an environmental threat Outcome: poverty.
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Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ This book employs advanced methods to empirically examine the key characteristics and patterns of regional change in agricultural growth and productivity.
It offers insights on changes in agricultural production and practices since the colonial period through to. Regional imbalances of agricultural productivity: a study of Upper Ganga-Yamuna Doab, U.P.
Author(s): Ateeque Ahmad ; Shamim, S. Author Affiliation: Department of Geography, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh U.P., India. Using various agricultural regionalization techniques, cropping patterns and their productivity have been analyzed by different methods to ascertain regional imbalances and gaps in the spatio-temporal distribution of sustainable crop systems.
Adverse climate and proneness to flood are also responsible factors for poor rate of economic development of different regions of the country as reflected by low agricultural productivity and lack of industrialisation. Thus these natural factors have resulted uneven growth of different regions of India.
Regional Imbalances: Cause # 3. Agricultural Productivity and Regional Imbalances. A Study of Uttar Pradesh. Author(s) Shafi, M. Publisher: New Delhi.: Concept Publishing Company: Publication year: Notes: Library holding:IN show all notes.
Downloadable. Recent literature indicates the significant role played by rural infrastructure in improving agricultural productivity in developing economies. While the availability and quality of rural infrastructure are never substitutes to efficient macroeconomic and agriculture-specific policies and the effective implementation of such policies, inadequate infrastructure can be a.
Shafi M () Agricultural productivity and regional imbalances. Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi Google Scholar Shakeel A, Hashmi NI () Changing spatial pattern, trend and regional imbalances in pulse production in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India.
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The present study intends to analyze the regional disparities in agricultural productivity in Ajmer district at block level during the period The study also helps in suggest measures to reduce the regional imbalances and enhance productivity.
Agricultural Productivity and Regional Imbalances. New Delhi: Concept publishing. Agricultural Productivity as a Component in the Regional Development of the Sub-Himalayan East (Deoria, Gorakhpur, Basti and Gonda Districts) A. Munir. Geography. Verma SR () Impact of agricultural mechanization on production, productivity, cropping intensity income generation and employment of labour.
In: Status of farm mechanisation in India - A document published by the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture.
This volume examines national and international food agriculture policies and how they enhance agricultural productivity growth. It provides unique historical reviews on policies and their effects, and it clearly articulates both positive and negative lessons for promoting agriculture lead growth.
Climate-Smart Agriculture and the Sustainable Development Goals, by Shereen D’Souza, Julian Schnetzer, and Rima Al-Azar (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nationspages, free download available here) × Rising sea levels and more intense storms and droughts are becoming the new normal.
This has made the well-off farmers much better off, whereas the dry land farmers and non-farming rural population remained totally untouched. Thus in this way new agricultural strategy has aggravated regional imbalances due to its lack of all-embracing approach.
Lack of Growth of Ancillary Industries in Backward States. The comprehensive report analyzes agricultural performance and productivity trends with data from to It paves the way for the establishment of a harmonized APO regional database on agricultural productivity indicators for benchmarking and long-term monitoring, which will help design appropriate programs to support the needs of the.Intensification of agriculture has reduced the diversity of plant species and lowered organic carbon inputs to soils, increased the N saturation of agrosystems by fertilization, and to a lesser extent P, the territorial specialization of agriculture has increased nutrient fluxes and imbalances both at regional and world scales.agricultural productivity, which in turn induces growth in the rural areas, bringing about higher agricultural wages and improved opportunities for non-farm labor.
The rise in agricultural productivity, which reduces food prices, benefits both urban and rural inhabitants who are net food buyers.