1 edition of Horticulture and livelihood security found in the catalog.
Horticulture and livelihood security
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Prem Nath, P.B. Gaddagimath|
|Contributions||Dr. Prem Nath Agricultural Science Foundation|
|LC Classifications||SB319.3.I4 H67 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 550 p. :|
|Number of Pages||550|
|LC Control Number||2010347558|
The importance of horticulture can be substantiated by its benefits like high export value, high per unit area yield, high returns per unit area, best utilization of wasteland, provision of raw materials for industries, whole engagement by a grower/laborer, production of more food energy per unit area than that of field crops, better use of Cited by: 2. Agricultural Development and Food Security in Developing Nations is a pivotal reference source for the latest scholarly material on promoting advancements in agricultural systems and food security in developing economies. Highlighting impacts on citizens, as well as on political and social environments of a country, this book is ideally.
LIVELIHOOD SECURITY OF MGNREGA- AN ANALYSIS *Dr. Chinthireddy Prakash. Department of Commerce & Business Management. Osmania University, HYD. Abstract Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) implemented by the Ministry of Rural De velopment (MoRD), is the flagship programme of the. The HLSA framework was introduced to CARE in and grows out of a food security perspective, but recognizes that food is only one of the basic needs. It is based on the conceptualization of the Household Livelihood Security Assessment (HLSA) framework, which is a holistic and multi-disciplinary analysis, as well as a type of rapid ruralFile Size: KB.
Horticultural crops have played a major role in ensuring livelihood security of farming community. The last decade has witnessed sea change in the production scenario of horticultural crops. Effective management of natural resources play important role in improving the productivity of. Importance of horticulture Higher per unit area yield:The yield per hectare of horticulture crops is very high than the yield of field crops. There is more yield obtained from the land of an fruit area. e.g. paddy gives a maximum yield of only 30 q/ha, while Banana gives to q/ha, Pine apple q/ha and Grapes q/ha.
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Rural Livelihood and Food Security Wani, M.H. USD USD viii Horticulture and Livelihood Security Vanita N. Shetty of the PNASF, Bangalore spent long hours to prepare the whole manuscript in an excellent manner. Acknowledgement is due to the Scientific Publishers (India), Jodhpur for their best efforts in quality printing of this book in a timely manner.
CONTENTS i IMPACTOFHORTICULTUREONLIVELIHOODSECURITY 1 Role ofHorticulture in Livelihood Security PremNath 1 2 GrowthofAgricultureandHorticultureandLivelihood Security. The basic problem with permanent employment is that it loads the entire cost of the safety net on to the employer.
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