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Vol. 11, Special Issue 3 (2022)

Study of disposal pattern, price spread, marketing efficiency of chickpea in Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh

Author(s):
Vikas Singh Sengar, Ajay Kumar Gautam, Vishal Kumar Mishra, Mohit Kumar Musaddi, Nitu Kumari and Deepak Kumar Singh
Abstract:
The present study attempted to estimate the disposal pattern, price spread, marketing efficiency and constraints in marketing of Chickpea in Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh. The period of enquiry pertain to the agriculture year 2017-18. District Auraiya and block Auraiya was selected purposively on the basis of highest acreage under Chickpea was selected purposively for the study. Lists of all villages falling under selected block were prepared along with acreage under chickpea cultivation and 5 villages were selected randomly for the study. In all selected villages 100 farmers were selected proportionally from each category of farmers and they classified into three categories marginal (below 1 ha), small (1-2), medium (2-4 ha). The data were collected by personal interview technique with the help of pre-tested structured schedule. It was found that 79.73 per cent of total yield of chickpea were disposed through different marketing channels prevailing in the locality. But for home consumption purpose 4.39 per cent of total crops regarding disposal of marketed surplus of chickpea it was found that maximum quantity i.e. 192.49 chickpea was sold through channel II was found more efficient. It concluded that channel II was more efficient and adopted by majority of the sample farmers, through its efficiency is lower than channel I and higher than channel III of the marketing channels prevailing in the locality. It revealed that producer’s share in consumer’s price were 99.07, 95.68 and 89.15 per cent in marketing of chickpea against channel I, II and III respectively.
Pages: 933-936  |  350 Views  134 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Vikas Singh Sengar, Ajay Kumar Gautam, Vishal Kumar Mishra, Mohit Kumar Musaddi, Nitu Kumari and Deepak Kumar Singh. Study of disposal pattern, price spread, marketing efficiency of chickpea in Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(3S): 933-936.

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