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Marketing of rice and groundnut in Tamil Nadu, constraints to efficient marketing

Marketing of rice and groundnut in Tamil Nadu, constraints to efficient marketing

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Published by Institute for Techno Economics Studies in Madras .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Thanjāvūr (District),
  • South Arcot,
  • Thanjāvūr (District).,
  • South Arcot.
    • Subjects:
    • Rice -- India -- Thanjāvūr (District) -- Marketing.,
    • Peanuts -- India -- South Arcot -- Marketing.,
    • Rice -- India -- Thanjāvūr (District) -- Marketing -- Statistics.,
    • Peanuts -- India -- South Arcot -- Marketing -- Statistics.,
    • Market surveys -- India -- Thanjāvūr (District).,
    • Market surveys -- India -- South Arcot.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[study] directed by Sarada Raju, for Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi.
      ContributionsRaju, Sarada. , Indian Council of Agricultural Research., Institute for Techno-Economic Studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9066, Microfiche 88/60031
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Paginationvii, 235, 93 leaves
      Number of Pages235
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2168878M
      LC Control Number88910731

      Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harriss-White, Barbara, Paddy and rice marketing in northern Tamil Nadu. Madras: Published by Sangam Publishers for . The total paddy production was million tonnes ( million tonnes of rice, which was % of the total food-grain production in the state) in , but had increased to million tonnes in Tamil Nadu ranks twelfth in total rice production in the country.

      At the beginning of the present century, nearly 83 percent of the total cultivable land of India was put under food crops and the remaining 17 percent was put under non-food crops. But in , there was a change in the cropping pattern in India and area under food crops came down to 80 percent and the area under non-­food crops slightly increased to 20 percent. J , The Hindu (Tamil Nadu, India) Rice cultivation method shows the way [SRI methods extended to a number of other crops in India] June 8, , The Hindu (Odisha, India) Rs. cr. package for TN delta farmers [Delta farmers encouraged to take up mechanized transplanters with SRI.] June 5, , The Hindu (Talangana, India).

      Still, the use of extension services from a formal source in 12 months before the survey makes paddy growers more efficient in all three states. Similarly, soil testing also makes farmers more efficient in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. It is estimated that Tamil Nadu would have had to bear an additional cost of `2, crore if it continued to provide subsidised rice to all ration card holders under its existing scheme.


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Marketing of rice and groundnut in Tamil Nadu, constraints to efficient marketing Download PDF EPUB FB2

Marketing of rice and groundnut in Tamil Nadu Monitoring, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, COIMBATORE (T.N.) INDIA Email: [email protected] ABSTRACT: The study examines the profitability of rice production and marketing to evaluate the performance of different marketing channels in Tamil Nadu.

Channels and margins in rice marketing in northwestern Tamil Nadu, India were examined based on data obtained from 26 market functionaries and rice farmers during The hypothesis of the study was that organized rice marketing channels are more efficient than unorganized marketing channels in reducing the cost of marketing, thus increasing rice producers' share in the final sale Cited by: 1.

Rice seed production and marketing practices in Nepal Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Food Agriculture and Environment 17(17) July with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. marketing constraints. Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, and Coimbatore during to identify the potential districts for cultivation of rice, maize and groundnut in Tamil Nadu.

MARKETING AGENCIES OF TAMIL NADU GENERAL DESCRIPTION IN TAMIL NADU GENERAL DESCRIPTION Location Tamilndau is the Southern most State in the Indian Sub-continent. The State is bounded on the North by Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, on the West by Kerala, on the East the Bay of Bengal and on the south by Indian ocean.

Different Rice varieties in Tamil Nadu. Rice is a special grain that is cultivated for thousands of years.

It has been cultivated in various places all around the world. Every type of rice varies in genetics, grain length, color, thickness, stickiness, aroma, growing method, and other characteristics. Soil and Water Management Research Institute.

Kattuthottam, Thanjavur Phone Soil and Water Management Research Institute, Kattuthottam, Thanjavur was established during under Agricultural Engineering wing of State Department of Agriculture and started the research work on standardizing irrigation techniques for several field crops with special emphasis on rice.

Growing of a mixture of autumn and winter varieties of rice in ratio in Tamil Nadu (known as udo) is very much in practice. This system has a built-in advantage of low cost of cultivation as it eliminates of cost of land preparation for planting winter crop.

Rice based cropping system is a major cropping system practiced in India, which include the rotation of crops involving rice, pulses, oil seeds, cotton, sugarcane, green manures, vegetables, etc. Various rice based cropping systems have been reported from different parts of India ranging from rice-rice-rice to rice followed by different cereals, pulses, oil seeds, vegetables and fibre crops.

Tamil Nadu Agricultural University Dr. Anthoniraj MADURAI ( fax: e-mail: [email protected]: Biofertilizer Production Unit, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of Tamil Nadu Gundusalai Road, Sommandalam, CUDDALORE (TN) Biofertilizer Production Unit, Department of Agriculture, Govt.

of Tamil Nadu. (Unpublished (Agri) Thesis Submitted to Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore ), pp Lakshmanan, R.

Constraints in Irrigated Groundnut: An Analytical Study of Yield and Technological Gap, (Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, ). Groundnut farming. Suitable Soil for growing Groundnuts: Groundnut is perfectly grown in well-drained sandy loam or sandy clay loam soil.

Deep well-drained soils with a pH of and high fertility, are ideal for m soil temperature for good germination of groundnut is 30°C. Building up of an Efficient Marketing System to Obviate the Need for a Large scale state Intervention in Tamil Nadu (A Common Study) Proposed by DES: Agricultural Input subsidies in India: Quantum of Subsides to Small and Marginal Farmers and Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Farmers in Tamil Nadu (A Common Studies) Proposed by DES.

Agricultural Marketing Advisor, Govt. of India President of the Tamil Nadu Co-operative marketing federation. An officer of the Agricultural Department in the secretariat not below the rank of a Deputy Secretary to Government dealing with the subject Agricultural Marketing.

President, Vice President and the members are nominated by the Govt. Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar -Tamil Nadu Abstract Rice is the staple food in Tamil Nadu and is grown in an area of Mha with a production of Mt and productivity of t/ha.

In the context of high water demand by rice farmers, any strategy that would produce higher rice yield with less water is the need of the day.

Population of India varies widely among states and districts. In predominantly rainfed regions of the southern plateau, central, western, and eastern parts, population density is as high as persons km − per capita land availability is low in India as compared to many other countries (e.g., Canada, Russia, USA, and Brazil).

The per capita land availability has declined from about 2. KEYWORDS: Rice, Profitability, Marketing Costs, Net Returns, Cost-Benefit Ratio. INTRODUCTION Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) is the seed of the monocot plants.

Rice production in Pakistan holds an extremely important position in agriculture and the national economy. Pakistan is the world's fourth largest producer of rice, after China, India and Indonesia. see more details among the farmers in Tamil Nadu tamil nadu Subject Category: Geographic Entities see more details, India india Subject Category: Geographic Entities see more details, with landholdings of different sizes and suggest certain marketing strategies for improvement.

Constraints. Reasons. Impact of technologies. Ruling varieties/ recommended varieties. Strategies to increase the production of rice crop. Southern. Tamil Nadu. Maximum Attainable Yield is the rice yields of experimental/on-farm plots with no physical, biological and economic constraints and with the best-known management practices at a.

plan to tenth plan in Tamil Nadu ( lakh ha) and Andhra Pradesh ( ha). Like the rice area, the production in West Bengal was also found to be highest followed by Uttar Pradesh. Also, there was a sharp decrease in production during the average period from ninth plan to tenth plan in Tamil Nadu (.

Progress and Activities Updates. Nagai Farmers Reap Success using SRI Method in Tamil Nadu [Febru ] Four farmers have reaped success with System of Rice Intensification (SRI) method of cultivation, even as many farmers chose direct sowing and some opted for the conventional transplantation method.

According to the findings of a study of the PRS Legislative Research on agriculture, Tamil Nadu (3, kg per hectare) comes next only to Punjab (3, kg/ha) at. CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu farmers will be taken on a study tour to countries which are well developed in horticultural crop production to learn new technologies.

Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa announced this while making a suo motu statement in the Assembly. Announcing a host of schemes for the agriculture sector, she also said t farmers will be taken to other states to learn new .