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Title: Economics of Organic Farming a Study of Solapur District
Researcher: BHOGE DIGAMBAR BHAGWAT
Guide(s): SHINDE PANDURANG BHANUDAS
Keywords: Social Sciences,Economics and Business,Economics
University: Solapur University
Completed Date: 
Abstract: The agriculture sector is playing an important role in the process of economic newlinedevelopment of a country like India. It has already made a notable contribution to the newlineeconomic development of the advanced countries. It plays a vital role in the developing newlinecountries like in India. In other words, where per capita income is low, the emphasis is newlinebeing laid on agriculture and other primary industries. The agriculture history of England newlineexposes that agriculture revolution preceded the industrial revolution. In U.S.A. and newlineJapan, agriculture development has helped to a greater extent in the process of their newlineindustrialization. Similarly, various developing countries of the world now engaged in the newlineprocess of economic development. newlineEven they have learned the limitation of putting over-emphasis on newlineindustrialization as a means to attain higher per capita real income Thus industrial and newlineagriculture developments are not alternatives but are complementary and are manually newlinesupporting with respect to both inputs and outputs. It is observed that the increased newlineagriculture output and productivity tend to contribute substantially to an overall economic newlinedevelopment of a predominantly agriculture and overpopulated country. In the early stage newlineof the economic development of the country, it will be rational and appropriate to place newlinegreater emphasis on further development of the agriculture sector. Agriculture production newlinecan be raised more rapidly with the lesser amount of capital investment in it. To a certain newlineextent, productivity can be increased even without additional capital. The increasing newlineagriculture productivity will make substantial contribution to the general economic newlinedevelopment of the country. newlineNo doubt with faster development of the non-agriculture sectors in the Indian newlineeconomy, the share of agriculture in National Income has fallen. Yet, it continues to be newlinesignificant at about 18 percent at present. In 1950-51, agriculture and allied occupations newlinecontributed 56.5 percent of the National Income. In 2000-2001, its contribution in
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/230298
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