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Agri Express

ISSN Approved Journal No. 2584-2498(Online)

ISI Indexed Journal (Impact Factor)


Abstract: Rice is the most important crop of India. It accounts for approximately 23.3% of the country's total crop and plays an important role in the country's food supply. Rice makes up 43% of all food and 46% of all food for most people, especially in Southeast Asia. Madhya Pradesh is the second largest state in the country by area, with a surface area of 30.756 million hectares, accounting for 9.38% of the country. Rye is grown on 145 million hectares of land in the region. The rice area is 2.812 million hectares. Annual production is 7.926 million tons and productivity is 27.89qu/ha. In Madhya Pradesh, about 1/3 of the rice area is grown under hybrid rice, especially in irrigated production systems. Hybrid rice can increase yields by 14-18%, have strong roots and more. Especially "Katney Episode So." More than 75.00% of the state's crops are produced by rain and less than 25.00% by irrigation. It is owned by two different seed companies, VNR Seeds and Pan Seeds, and is located in Dheemarkheda block of Katni district of Madhya Pradesh. Information on short-term hybrid rice seed market potential (100-115 days), seed yield, market price, farmer demand. Since Dheemarkheda region receives less rainfall, the demand for short grain rice is higher than other crops. Growing short-term crops and vegetables can increase farmers' income. Short crop VNR seeds are in high demand in the study area. VNR 2111 is very popular in research.

Keywords: Socio-economic profile, marketing channels, market margin, market efficiency

Author: Parasmani Dubey and Jayant Zechariah


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