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Vol. 8, Issue 4 (2019)

Analysis of variability on pulses in India

Author(s):
Devegowda SR, OP Singh, Saket Kushwaha and Nagaveni M
Abstract:
This is attempted to examine the variability in area, production, yield and value of output over the period of 25 years. Over all period classified into three periods based on the decade variability examined for all three decades and overall all period also considered. All the pulses showed same variability for all three period except masoor which indicated more variability in Period Ⅰ but all other pulses in Period Ⅱ. For all pulses value of output most varied component fallowed by productivity, area and yield showed less variation. Among all pulses moong showed highest variability for overall period and horse gram indicated very less variability. Low productivity, low net return, pulses have been marginalized by highly remunerative competing crops.
Pages: 440-444  |  137 Views  2 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Devegowda SR, OP Singh, Saket Kushwaha, Nagaveni M. Analysis of variability on pulses in India. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(4):440-444.
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