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Vol. 11, Special Issue 2 (2022)

Growth, instability and sources of output growth of ginger and turmeric: A Statewise analysis in North East region of India

Author(s):
Soibam Peter Singh, JP Hazarika, Elangbam Yaiphaleima Chanu, A Aruna Devi, N Anandkumar Singh, Naveen Kh and Horindra Gogoi
Abstract:
The paper investigates the growth and instability in area, production and yield of ginger and turmeric in North East India based on secondary data during 2001-20.The period was again sub-divided into period-I from 2001-10 and period-II from 2011-2020. Ginger which is one of the major spices crop in the region is growing at a slow pace in all the study period and the highest growth was observed during period-I. Similar result follows in case of turmeric wherein a sluggish growth was shown in all the sub-periods. Instability analysis in area, production and yield of ginger showed that the region experienced low instability in all the sub-periods and the highest stability was shown in period-II. Turmeric showed low instability in area in all the period while production and yield indicates medium to high instability. Further, estimation of source of output growth of ginger revealed that area effect was the dominant factor in period-I and overall period. For turmeric yield effect was the major driving factor for increasing the production in all the sub-period.
Pages: 1429-1435  |  478 Views  261 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Soibam Peter Singh, JP Hazarika, Elangbam Yaiphaleima Chanu, A Aruna Devi, N Anandkumar Singh, Naveen Kh and Horindra Gogoi. Growth, instability and sources of output growth of ginger and turmeric: A Statewise analysis in North East region of India. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(2S): 1429-1435.

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