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Vol. 11, Special Issue 1 (2022)

Compound growth rate and instability in soybean crop of Marathwada region of Maharashtra

Author(s):
DT Pathrikar and Dr. DS Perke and Dr. RV Chavan
Abstract:
Soybean has an important and valuable place in world's oilseed cultivation scenario, due to its high productivity, profitability and vital contribution towards maintaining soil fertility. The direction and magnitude of growth and instability in area, production and productivity of Soybean was estimated with the help of functional analysis and Cuddy-Della Valle Index. Secondary time series data were used for estimating for the years from 2000-01 to 2019-20. Growth rate and instability were computed for two sub-periods and overall period. The compund growth rate of area was highest for beed (19.84) for period I and osmanabad had area, production and productivty highest for Period I, II and overall periood. Latur had highest productivity for overall period. Hingoli district was consistent in the case of area for period I, II and overall period. In case of Production for period I, II and overall period Hingoli (63.82 per cent), Parbhani (51.87 per cent) and Aurangabad (62.85 per cent), respectively showed a minimum coefficient of variation and were consistent. Parbhani district was consistent in the case of productivity for period I, II and overall period. Parbhani district showed a positive compound growth rate (16.14), (10.40) and (9.41) with minimum instability index (35.04), (41.17) and (44.84), respectively. Developed new varieties of soybean which introduced for commercial usage in India, resulted the replacement of the tradition cropping pattern and improvement in the yield resulted the increase in area and production of districts of Marathwada region of Maharashtra.
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How to cite this article:
DT Pathrikar and Dr. DS Perke and Dr. RV Chavan. Compound growth rate and instability in soybean crop of Marathwada region of Maharashtra. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(1S): 1335-1337.

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