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Authors: Sandeep Kumar
Advisor: Luhach, Ved Prakash
Title: Impact of Agricultural Price Policy on Oilseed and Pulse crop in Haryana
Publisher: CCSHAU
Language: en
Type: Thesis
Agrotags: null
Keywords: Growth rate, Trend, MSP, Farm Harvest Prices, MAPD, MAND, AMPD, AMND
Abstract: The present study was carried out with the objectives to analyse the trend in area, production and productivity, the seasonal variation in price and arrival, gap between FHP (Farm Harvest Prices) and MSP (Minimum Support Prices) and identify the constraints in production and marketing of rapeseed & mustard and chickpea. The study was based on primary as well as secondary data. Bhiwani and Mahendragarh districts were purposively selected based on the highest area under rapeseed & mustard and chickpea from Haryana, respectively. Two blocks namely Tosham and Kairu from Bhiwani district, Kanina and Mahendragarh from Mahendragarh district selected purposively. Further two villages of each selected block were selected randomly. From each village, 10 farmers were selected randomly and finally, 80 farmers of eight villages were interviewed to excerpt all desired information. The outcomes of study revealed an increasing trend in the area, production and productivity of rapeseed and mustard at the national level with CGRs values of 0.05, 1.89 and 1.67 per cent, respectively. Whereas, in Haryana, the trend in area indicated decreasing trend -0.31per cent, while production and productivity illustrated increasing trend with CGRs values of 2.00 and 3.87 per cent, respectively. In the study shown an increasing trend in the area, production and productivity of chickpea at the national level with CGRs values of 1.71, 2.84 and 1.11 per cent, respectively. Whereas, in Haryana, the trend in area and production indicated decreasing trend -8.29 per cent and -7.79 per cent while productivity illustrated increasing trend with CGR values of 0.46 per cent, respectively. Seasonal analysis resulted that the rapeseed & mustard and chickpea arrivals in the selected markets were higher in the months of March to June (Peak period) and lower in the months of February to October to February (Lean period). The inverse relationship was found between price and arrivals of rapeseed & mustard and chickpea in the selected markets. Gap between FHP and MSP resulted that in mostly cases FHP is higher than MSP because higher demand than supplies does not allow the market prices to fall below MSP. In recent year, market prices ruled higher than MSP. The major problems faced by the farmer in the production, marketing of rapeseed & mustard and chickpea in Bhiwani district were inadequate irrigation facilities 74.17 per cent followed by lack of adoption of plant protection measures 70.00 per cent and marketing constraints were wide fluctuation in prices 72.50 per cent followed by remunerative prices 61.67 per cent. In Mahendragarh district major production constraint of rapeseed & mustard and chickpea were inadequate knowledge of recommended packages and practices 61.67 per cent followed by big inadequate irrigation facilities 58.33 per cent, lack of adoption of plant protection measures 55.83 per cent and marketing constraints were was remunerative prices 62.50per cent followed by wide fluctuation in prices 60.00 per cent, large number of intermediaries in marketing process 56.67per cent.
Subject: Statistics
Theme: Impact of Agricultural Price Policy on Oilseed and Pulse crop in Haryana
These Type: M.Sc
Issue Date: 2019
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