5 Results for 'India'

PR – A Comparison Between High Yielding And Low Yielding Farmers With Reference To Summer Paddy Cultivation In West Bengal, India: A Case Study (p54-59)

This paper attempts to focus and identify the distinct characteristics between high-yielding & lowyielding farmers growing summer paddy. The study is based on empirical evidence referring to an agriculturally advanced region in West Bengal, India. The study addresses the objectives ...Read More

PR – A Comparison Between High Yielding And Low Yielding Farmers With Reference To Summer Paddy Cultivation In West Bengal, India: A Case Study (p54-59)

In this paper an attempt has been made to estimate farm level technical inefficiency on wheat farms in Haryana State, India. This paper applies stochastic frontier production function for wheat farmers using unbalanced panel data for three years from 1996-97 to ...Read More

Estimation Of Technical Efficiency On Wheat Farms In Northern India – A Panel Data Analysis

Green Revolution triggered in India with the introduction of high yielding varieties of crops particularly wheat and rice in seventies. The cultivators rapidly adopted these varieties in North India, which produced high yields by greatly responding to modern inputs, generation ...Read More

Management Of Resources For Sustainable Agriculture

The study was conducted in the Bhiwani district of Haryana state, which was selected purposively on the basis of maximum area under dryland agriculture. From the four blocks in the Bhiwani district 200 farmers (50 farmers from each block) were ...Read More

Management Of Dryland Sustainable Agriculture

The present paper addresses the issues namely (i) the present food supply and the trend for future, (ii) shift in food consumption pattern over years and (iii) food demand projection for the next three decades in the context of food ...Read More