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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 8, Issue 1 (2019)

Socio-Economic profile of vegetable growers in Western Uttar Pradesh, India

Author(s):

Amlendra Kumar Verma, Dan Singh, DK Singh, Manoj Kumar Singh and Gaje Singh

Abstract:
The study was conduct in Meerut and Hapur district of Western Uttar Pradesh to know the socio economic profile of vegetable growers and it was found that majority of the growers 61.88 percent belongs to age group of the above 45 years. Most of the respondents 41.88 percent in study area were 12th passed. Majority of vegetable growers 53.75 percent belonged to other backward caste category. The vegetable growers living in joint family system was found 63.75 percent, majority of vegetable growers 55.00 percent were having above 04 members in the family, vegetable growers 80.00 percent were having pucca house, 57.50 per cent vegetable growers were having up to 1 ha. of land and belongs to marginal farmers category, 76.25 percent vegetable growers were depending upon agriculture, 98.75 percent were having mobile phone, 98.11 per cent vegetable growers were having motor cycle as a means of transport facility, growers 70.62 per cent were not participate in any organization activity, majority 68.75 percent vegetable growers having annual income of more than 300,001-500,000, 35.00 percent vegetable growers were having 10 years of experience of vegetable cultivation.

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How to cite this article:
Amlendra Kumar Verma, Dan Singh, DK Singh, Manoj Kumar Singh and Gaje Singh. Socio-Economic profile of vegetable growers in Western Uttar Pradesh, India. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(1):1508-1511.

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