2 edition of Agro-economic research in drought prone areas, Kovilpatti-627701 found in the catalog.
Agro-economic research in drought prone areas, Kovilpatti-627701
Tamil Nadu Agricultural University.
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Turmeric is a good source of income for hilly people of Bangladesh. The study estimated the profitability and technical efficiency of turmeric cultivation in Khagrachhari district. In total turmeric farms located in Khagrachari Sadar, Panchari and Matiranga Upazilas of Khagrachari district, were surveyed. Drought in Maharashtra: The real story The fact that the state's most drought-prone regions have continued to devote precious resources for highly water-intensive sugarcane cultivation and sugar production indicates that there is more to the region's water crisis than climatic conditions alone. Parineeta Dandekar analyses.
In India, around 68 percent of the country’s area is prone to drought in varying degrees. There are 14 districts in the state of Jharkhand covering blocks with an area of sq km ( percent of the state area) which are covered under Drought Prone Area Programme (DPAP) implemented by Government of India. In. Tamil Nadu has 8 drought-prone districts cover-ing , km. 2, or about 64% of the total area of the state. The drought-prone districts are Coimbatore, Dharmapuri, Kanyakumari, Madurai, Ramanatha-puram, Salem, Tirunelveli, and Tiruchchirappalli. Coimbatore district has erratic and unpredictable rainfall. About 30% of the district’s annual.
Agro Economic Research Centre, Madras. B.D. Jamdarr, (), A Case Paper on Growing Menace of Decreasing Arrivals in "Environmental and Sustainable Agriculture in Drought Prone Areas: A Case Study of Andhra Pradesh", Journal of Rural Development, Vol. 25, No.2, pp. (), Agricultural Marketing, McGraw Hill Book Co., New. [with Prasenjit Sarkhel], "Social Security, Seasonal Migration and Child Education: Evidence from Drought Prone Areas in Western Odisha", IDRC-sponsored international conference on Development-induced Displacement and Migration, Land Acquisition and Resettlement held on 3 and 4 March , at the Centre for Development Studies.
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2) To suggest policy measures for improving the conditions of drought in the drought affected areas Research Methodology: The study is based on secondary data obtained from news papers, research articles, reports of the Government, website, discussion with the drought affected people and other published and unpublished sources.
Approaches for Incorporating Drought and Salinity Resistance in Crop Plants V. Chopra, Rajendra Singh Paroda Oxford & IBH Publishing Company, - Plant breeding - pages. The alluvial soil deposits, through an extensive river network across Bangladesh, have contributed to a fertile land with high rice productivity potential.
However, the frequent occurrence of floods, salinity and drought has repeatedly threatened the food security especially in the rural areas. Stabilisation of Agriculture in Environmentally Sensitive Agro-ecosystems in Tribal Regions*.
Tribal regions are generally natural ecosystems which not only regulate the geo-environmental balance, but also regulate eco-regional systems in landscape framework. Drought Prone Area Programme in Gujarat.
D.M. Brahmbhatt, V.C. Patel & H.F. Patel Integrated Dryland Agricultural Development Programme in Gujarat Mahesh Bhatt: Is There a Case for Re-Introduction of an Expenditure Tax in India. D.S. Pathak. Behaviour of Bank Reserves in Relation to Nationa l Income.
Evaluation Study of Minor Irrigation Schemes in Maharashtra State with special reference to Drought Prone Areas of Beed and Osmanabad Districts of Marathwada Region by jan, Prices and Wages in Pune Region in a Period of Transition, A.D.
by r, The significant water saving and increased crop yields have been obtained using very little water. This method of irrigation can be effectively utilized by farmers in hilly and undulating terrains which can be brought under command areas and drought-prone areas to extend irrigation with meager supplies of water.
Improved Agronomic Practices for Dryland Crops in India. All India Co-ordinated Research Project for Dryland Agriculture, Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Hyderabad Pages. Cover page: Greening the grey areas Designed by: I Ram Mohan and KVGK Murthy About the Book File Size: 1MB.
3 ABBREVIATIONS APD Assistant Project Director CCT Continuous Contour Trenches DRDA District Rural Development Agency DPAP Drought Prone Area Programme DWMA District Water Management Agency FGD Focused Group Discussions GCS Gully Control Structures IWD Integrated Watershed Development LBS Loose Boulder Structures MDT Mandal Development.
India occupies % of the world’s geographical area with a large percentage of its land under agriculture. About Million hectares (Mha) of its geographical area. (FAO, ). Broadening our knowledge of the characteristics of drought-prone areas and the impact of drought events on vulnerable communities is crucial to realizing this objective.
Indeed, the identification of hotspot areas, where drought episodes are likely to reoccur, and their characteristics helps authorities and communities to timely detect. The soils in the rice-growing areas of central and southern Laos are dominated by Acrisols ().These soils are strongly weathered, have a clay-enriched subsoil, contain mostly low-activity clay minerals, and have a low base saturation (Cited by: different states in India.
The Agro-Economic Research Centre was entrusted to prepare report on agricultural scenario in the state of Madhya Pradesh. “State of Agriculture in Madhya Pradesh” was prepared by using secondary data collected from various sources. This study enlightens the performance of agriculture in Madhya Pradesh along with futureFile Size: 2MB.
The Government of India has established Agro Economic Research Centres through out the country with a view to provide them with a constant flow of data on various aspects of Agriculture and Rural life. At the outset, four Centres were started each in New Delhi, Santhiniketan, Poona and Chennai.
At present there are 15 Centres in the Country. drought prone area’, where drought2 can be expected every 6 to 10 years (Shewale and Kumar ).
During the years –, it has experienced drought 18 times, including the two years of successive drought in and Rainfall data for Jalna shows great year-to-year variability (Figure ).3 The year periodFile Size: 1MB.
It is based on the data collected under the Agro-Economic Research Scheme of the Drought-Prone Areas Program at the All India Coordinated Research Project for Dryland Agriculture.
Information collected from eight centers in the arid and semi-arid regions of India duringshows that farmers in those regions operate at a very low level of by: 2.
2 Droughts in Rajasthan Physiography Rajasthan is the largest State of India (Fig. 1) with an area ofkm2 (% of the country total) and population of million (5% of the country total) of which % is rural.
State of Gujarat Agriculture Mrutyunjay Swain S. Kalamkar Kalpana M. Kapadia Report submitted to the Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India, New Delhi Agro-Economic Research Centre For the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat (Sponsored by the Ministry of Agriculture, Govt.
of India) Sardar Patel University. Recurrent drought is a permanent feature of the Horn of Africa. However, the extent and protracted nature of the recent situation has severely increased vulnerability and deepened the crisis.
With humanitarian access to the worst-affected areas hampered, refugees attempt to flee famine areas to neighbouring Kenya and Ethiopia. Many are women. BIBLIOGRAPHY Aduga, A.
' The Drought and Settler Migration in Ethiopia. In J.L. Clarke (ed.)., Population and Desert pp Cambridge: Basil Blackwell Ltd.
AERC Study of Drought Conditions in Lokia Allahabad: Agro-Economic Research Centre pp. Agarwal, A. 'Mobility and Cooperation among Nomadic Shepherds: The CaseFile Size: KB. Rao VM, Deshpande RS () Food security in drought-prone areas: a study in Karnataka.
Econ Political Weekly 37(35)– Google Scholar Sen, Abhijit and MS Bhatia () State of Indian farmer a millennium study—cost of cultivation and farm income. vol 14 Academic Foundation, New Delhi Google ScholarAuthor: R. S. Deshpande.The flood-prone, saline region in the south appears less vulnerable to climate change the northern drought prone areas, although further validation is needed.Flood-prone areas in southern Bangladesh appear more vulnerable to climate change than drought-prone areas in the north.
The expansion of winter (boro) rice as a climate change alleviation policy should be evaluated carefully and by: