Pattern of Crop Combination Agricultural and Irrigation Intensity in District Amravati, MaharashtraJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2021-07-15
Authors : Shalini M. Guldeokar;
Page : 460-464
Keywords : Agriculture; Crop Combination; Determinant; Intensity; Rainfall;
India is an agricultural country nearly sixty five percent population is engaged in agricultural activity. To fulfill the demand of population of country are growing Crops in combination because some region is not suitable for all crops so they grow in Crop combinations. Crop combination, agricultural intensity and irrigation intensity, crop concentration and crop diversification is an important indicators of common cropping pattern in any geographical unit and hence the key determinant of the agricultural economy. Total altogether thirty three crops have been considered for crop combination, agricultural intensity analysis, among these nine crops are major crops wheat, Jowar, Bajara, yellow gram, Tur, Green gram, Black gram, cotton and Orange etc. In the present study discusses about the crop combination, agricultural intensity and irrigation intensity because this region lies in moderate rainfall zone most of the agriculture is based on rainfall so has tried to identify the irrigation intensity.
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