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To Estimate the Trend Scenario of Selected Inputs and Outputs of Agricultural Sector in Haryana, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1Govt. Senior Secondary school, Madanakalan, Jhajjar, Haryana, INDIA
  • 2Department of Economic’s, Central University of Haryana, Mahindergarh, INDIA

Res. J. Agriculture & Forestry Sci., Volume 3, Issue (6), Pages 16-18, June,8 (2015)


Agriculture plays an important role where man learnt to practice as a means of living and way of life. Indian agriculture is undergoing rapid transformation since the introduction of green revolution technology. Farmers were cultivating varieties of crop on a piece of land and undertaking several enterprises on their farm portfolio. The significant role of agriculture in nation building all over the world cannot be overemphasized. Thus the present study tries to estimate the trend scenario of selected inputs and outputs agricultural sector in Haryana and the study is based on secondary data collected from different published issues of ‘Statistical Abstracts of Haryana’ for the selected period . The results of the study have been complied by compound growth rates. The present study revealed that two common crops that is Gram and Groundnut showing the negative trends both in production and productivity and all the remaining crops expect (production of Maize and Massar and productivity of Moong) have shown positive growth rates. These shows that production and productivity of some crops increased due to adoption of new technology, farmer’s more attention towards competition crops and positive contribution of these inputs like electricity, fertilizers, HYV area of Bajra, Rice, Wheat, Irrigation area and Tractors.


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