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Vol. 10, Special Issue 9 (2021)

To study the correlation between inputs of fish farming and return in different size of fish farms in Prayagraj district, Uttar Pradesh

Author(s):
Ayushi Verma and Dr. Ramchandra
Abstract:
Fish is considered as one of the main foods of non-vegetarian dishes. With the ever-increasing population of the country and the increasing problem of malnutrition, major attention needs to be given to further diversify our food items and enrich their nutritional content. Fishing activity is carried out across India. However, certain constraints and limitations in the fish farming sector like inadequate knowledge of fish farming practices, improper feeds are some problems that hamper the overall production of fish and ultimately the income of fish farmers. The research based on production and sustainability of fish production was carried out in 5 blocks (Koraon Shankargarh Karchhana Handia and Jasara) to understand the current scenario of fish farming practices prevailing in the district Prayagraj. Both primary and secondary data were collected for complete understanding and analysis of the data. It was concluded that in first size-group, a positive correlation between return and the factors like pond area, human labor, manure, and feed were seen and that for fingerlings was negative. Only human labor was significantly correlated with the return. In second size-group, all the explanatory variables/factors were positively correlated with return. But the coefficient for human labor and feed only were significant. In third size-group, the return was positively correlated with all the factors expect manure. The correlation coefficient for human labor and fingerlings were significant at one percent and for others as 5 percent.
Pages: 356-358  |  324 Views  120 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ayushi Verma and Dr. Ramchandra. To study the correlation between inputs of fish farming and return in different size of fish farms in Prayagraj district, Uttar Pradesh. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(9S): 356-358.
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