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Vol. 10, Special Issue 4 (2021)

Trend analysis of area, production and productivity of basmati rice in India and Haryana

Author(s):
Pardeep Kamboj, Sanjay Kumar, Dinesh Kumar, Ritu and Anil Kumar Malik
Abstract:
The study mainly focused on analyzing trend in terms of area, production and productivity of basmati rice in India and Haryana. To fulfill the objective of the study, Karnal and Kaithal district were selected purposively on the basis of highest and second highest area under paddy cultivation in the state. Study revealed that the area, production and productivity of basmati rice in India during the period 2009-10 to 2018-19, declined with CAGR at negative 0.09 per cent, negative 2.18 per cent and negative 2.09 per cent. The area and production of basmati rice in Haryana during the period 2009-10 to 2018-19, declined with CAGR at negative 1.09 per cent and negative 0.59 per cent. Similarly, the productivity of basmati rice in Haryana during the period 2009-10 to 2018-19 increasing with CAGR at positive 0.50 per cent. Haryana and Punjab constitute more than 75 per cent of total basmati production in India. The area of basmati rice in India was 1514 thousand hectares in the year 2018-19. In total basmati rice area, the share of Haryana (41.88%) followed by Punjab (36.13%), Uttar Pradesh (16.58%), Jammu & Kashmir (4.10%), Uttarakhand (0.99%) and Himachal Pradesh (0.46%).The production of basmati in India was 5024 thousand tonnes in the year 2018-19. In total basmati production, the share of Haryana (42.56%) followed by Punjab (39.09%), Uttar Pradesh (14.53%), Jammu & Kashmir (2.69%), Uttarakhand (0.74%) and Himachal Pradesh (0.40%). Study recommended to provide MSP as an incentive to heal this declining trend and provision of quality seeds, infrastructure for processing grading and standardisation, quality seeds to make our export more competitive in world market.
Pages: 488-493  |  1359 Views  787 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Pardeep Kamboj, Sanjay Kumar, Dinesh Kumar, Ritu and Anil Kumar Malik. Trend analysis of area, production and productivity of basmati rice in India and Haryana. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(4S): 488-493.

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