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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Trends analysis in area, production and productivity of major kharif crops in Chhattisgarh State of India

Author(s):
Reshma Kaushal, Dr. VK Choudhary and Dr. Hulas Pathak
Abstract:
The present study was conducted with a view to analyze growth and trend in area, production and productivity of major crops of Chhattisgarh. The scope of this study was to determine/ assess the growth pattern in the context of total cultivable area, gross production and yield rate which has been followed by some economically important kharif crops of our country such as Paddy, Pigeonpea, Maize, Green Gram, Sesamum, Soybean and Black gram. Collecting time series data from 2001-2022 (21 years) of those crops from reliable source and using semi-log trend function here the researchers tried to find out the trend and estimate the growth rate of area, production and yield of the abovementioned crops. The compound growth rate as well as trend analysis indicated that the production of rice during 2001-2022 was increased due to the corresponding increase in per hectare yield of rice crop in Chhattisgarh. It was revealed from the results that area, production and yield of pulse were decreased over the time. The results shows that area, production and yield of paddy was increasing a rate of0.0036,0.026 and 0.023percent per annum, respectively, whereas, the area, production and yield of soybean was decreasing. The growth rate for area, production and productivity for some crops are positive and instability indices are very low which also indicates less risk in growing this crop in future too. The production and productivity of the wheat crop have increased during the period under review due to the combine effects of area and productivity.
Pages: 1160-1166  |  271 Views  191 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Reshma Kaushal, Dr. VK Choudhary and Dr. Hulas Pathak. Trends analysis in area, production and productivity of major kharif crops in Chhattisgarh State of India. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 1160-1166.

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