Year: 2015 | Month: June | Volume 60 | Issue 2

Study on Growth and Instability of Sesame in North-Eastern Hill Region of India

Pallab Debnath Ram Singh S. M. Feroze A. Sarkar
DOI:10.5958/0976-4666.2015.00028.5

Abstract:

Alongside making considerable progress in the production of food grains and oilseeds especially during the last three decades, the Indian agriculture has simultaneously been indicative of growing instability in the production front for several reasons. It was in this backdrop, an attempt was made through the present study to examine the growth and instability of sesame over five of the six sesame growing states of North-Eastern Hill Region of the country by way of analyzing the time series data of 20 years. The growth rate of area and production found to be highest in Nagaland state but in terms of productivity it was highest in Manipur state. The instability which was highest observed in case of area and productivity for Manipur was observed lowest in Nagaland state. Hence, the study highly recommends the use and adoption of site specific scientific package of practices of the crop to avoid the prevailed instability.





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