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Vol. 10, Special Issue 2 (2021)

Livelihood sustainability of small and marginal farmers in western vidarbha

Author(s):
UP Nadhavadekar, NM Kale, NP Jangwad and SP Salame
Abstract:
The present study was carried out to know the livelihood sustainability of small and marginal farmers in western Vidarbha. Total 120 small and marginal farmers were selected from 12 villages for this study, it covers total 4 Tahsils of 2 districts of Western Vidarbha. The study revealed that the livelihood sustainability index of majority (52.50%) of the small and marginal farmers was low due to low natural, social, and financial capital availability with them, although human and physical capital is on supporting side. It is therefore recommend that the natural, social, and financial capital availability with small and marginal farmers in Western Vidarbha should be increased and need attention. It will help for increasing the income of small and marginal farmers.
Pages: 141-148  |  487 Views  112 Downloads
How to cite this article:
UP Nadhavadekar, NM Kale, NP Jangwad and SP Salame. Livelihood sustainability of small and marginal farmers in western vidarbha. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(2S): 141-148.

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