Year: 2022 | Month: March | Volume 67 | Issue 2

Determinants of Organic Large Cardamom Production in North Eastern Sates of India: Logit Regression Analysis

Ram Singh N. Anandkumar Singh S. Chiphang L. Geetarani Devi Shiv Kumar


The large cardamom among the spices is recognized as expensive spice for which India is second largest producer in the world. This paper demonstrates the comparative economic returns from organic large cardamom over non organic one. Significant positive differences were observed for organic orchards of large cardamom than the non-adopting orchards. The factor share and logistic analysis has provided in-depth policy implications for technological interventions such as small size machinery, sapling multiplication of high yielding variety of large cardamom and governmental assistance to cope up the risk in organic method for its adoption in larger area of NEHR as well as in country as a whole.


  • Paper has focused on determinates of organic large Cardamom production in North Eastern Sates of India.
  • The analysis has shown in-depth economics of organic large Cardamom over non-organic one.

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