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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 7, Issue 3 (2018)

Interdependence of the various components of different farming systems of different climatic zones of Jammu regions

Author(s): Mudasir Iqbal, Jyoti Kachroo and Dileep Kachroo
Abstract: The present investigation was conducted in three agro-climatic zones namely temperate, intermediate and sub-tropical zones of Jammu region. Four blocks from each agro-climatic zone and two villages from each block were selected randomly for the present study. From each village, respondents were selected randomly using proportional allocation method, so as to constitute a total sample size of 80 in each climatic zone and overall total sample of 240. The input-output model was used to examine the inter-linkages between the various enterprises of the farming system. The transaction matrix results indicated that the family labour had the highest input-output coefficient for all the consuming sectors for all the farming systems in all the zones. However, weak inter-linkages were observed between various enterprises.
Pages: 172-175  |  512 Views  12 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Mudasir Iqbal, Jyoti Kachroo, Dileep Kachroo. Interdependence of the various components of different farming systems of different climatic zones of Jammu regions. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(3):172-175.
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