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Author:Yogesh Bhatt , Nilabja Ghosh , M. Rajeshwor
Data Source:[J].Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.1-13印度期刊网
Abstract:... In the backdrop of experiences of other countries of producing and consuming ethanol and biodiesel based on farm-generated feedstock, the paper weighs India's option of switching to biofuel for sustainable growth and agricultural development against possible trade-offs like l...
Author:Joginder Singh
Data Source:[J].Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.15-19印度期刊网
Abstract:Despite serious allegations leveled against rice by the environmentalists, it is rather impossible to root it out of the state. An important workable solution can be to replace non-basmati rice with basmati rice which would improve the product quality, reduce the volume and make ...
Author:Neeru Gehlot , Navneet Kaur
Data Source:[J].Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.21-30印度期刊网
Abstract:... The cropping pattern during this time period reveals the prevalence of monoculture in the state and declining water table and soil fertility and suggests, crop diversification (towards horticulture and pulses) as a solution to sustainability of agricultural development; to ...
Author:Neeraj Sharma
Data Source:[J].Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.31-40印度期刊网
Abstract:The present paper examine the growth and prospects of agricultural sector in the state of Punjab by utilizing secondary data sources pertaining to different time periods. The results of the study revealed that cropping pattern in the state of Punjab did not experience any signifi...
Author:Indpreet Kaur
Data Source:[J].Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.41-51印度期刊网
Abstract:The agrarian economy of Punjab witnessed a significant growth since the mid 1960s due to the success of Green Revolution. The increased profitability of paddy and wheat crops, due to adoption of advanced technology and supportive government, directed farmers to shift substan...
Author:Gurprem Singh Bedi , Sukhjeet K. Saran , Taptej Singh
Data Source:[J].Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.53-60印度期刊网
Abstract:The present study was conducted to measure the technical efficiency of the cotton farms in Punjab using the parametric technique of stochastic frontier production function during the agricultural year 2010–11. The results revealed that the variance parameters, s2 ...
Author:Kamalpreet Kaur , Prabhjot Kaur
Data Source:[J].Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.71-77印度期刊网
Abstract:A survey was undertaken to study the socio-personal characteristics and prospects of direct seeded rice in Punjab covering five districts viz., Moga, Mukatsar Sahib, Faridkot, Sangrur and Patiala. From each district one village and from each village 15 farmers were selected ...
Author:Parminder Singh Cheema , Parminder Kaur
Data Source:[J].Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.79-87印度期刊网
Abstract:The results revealed that out of total milch animals, the proportion of buffaloes was higher (53.75 percent) followed by crossbred cows (43.59 percent) and local cows (2.66 percent). The annual fixed cost was ‘16259.88, ‘36147.79 and ‘83919.24 on small, medium and large...
Author:Sanica Abbott , S.S. Chahal , J.L. Sharma ...
Data Source:[J].Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.89-99印度期刊网
Abstract:Agriculture is a backbone of economy in the Indian state of Punjab where green revolution has contributed largely to make India self-sufficient in food production. Although it has enhanced food production and consequently the economic returns in agriculture sector, but it has man...
Author:J.T. Dorge , D.B. Yadav , H.R. Shinde
Data Source:[J].Indian Journal of Economics and Development, 2015, Vol.11 (1), pp.101-109印度期刊网
Abstract:The per farm income pattern indicated that, the total income in Farming system(FS)-II was double than the FS-I, while total income of FS-III was four fold than that of FS-I. The total income from FS-I (crop production activity) was very less as compared to FS-II and FS-III. The i...

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