Constraints Study in Sugarcane Cultivation: A Micro Approach

A hundred respondents were randomly picked from a district block using a multistage stratified, purposive cum random selection process. Primary data was gathered using a personal interview technique, while secondary data for the reference was obtained from records kept at district and block offices. The inferences were cooked using a simple tabular, functional analysis employing the Garrett ranking approach. According to the findings and conclusions drawn from the investigation, a lack of technical knowledge ranks first, followed by labour constraints during peak hours. Technical knowledge comprises the ability to obtain input, market understanding, and mechanised techniques, among other things. Unavailability of seeds was ranked third, followed by irrigation and financing facilities, which were ranked fourth and fifth, respectively. The rest of the issues were discovered afterwards. In rural societies, proper remedies should be applied in order to control the decline of a significant economic crop.

Author(S) Details

Bhartendu Yadav
CSAUA and T, Nawabganj Kanpur – 208002, India.

R. R. Kushwaha
CSAUA and T, Nawabganj Kanpur – 208002, India.

Ram Singh Yadav
CSAUA and T, Nawabganj Kanpur – 208002, India.

Pavan Kumar Singh
CSAUA and T, Nawabganj Kanpur – 208002, India.

Arun Kumar Yadav
CSAUA and T, Nawabganj Kanpur – 208002, India.

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