TAILIEUCHUNG - Return on investment for scented rice in one of the green revolution province of India

India is an agrarian economy where around 50 percent of their population is employed through this sector and to the contrary agriculture and allied sectors contributes only per cent in 2017-18 to the Indian GDP. Rice is one of the three most imperative food crops in the India. The study was done during the agricultural year of 2016-2017 to analyze the differences in Return on Investment (ROI); when farmers own the land and when it is rented. Haryana is divided into 3 zones and from each zones one district was randomly selected. 60 paddy growers from each of the 3 districts of Haryana were selected randomly pooling which made an initial sample size of 180. But not all paddy cultivators were basmati grower and so 37 from Karnal, 22 from Rohtak and 9 from Rewari were the scented paddy grower and thus making the actual respondents size of 68. The study concludes that cultivation of scented rice is only plausibly profitable when the farmer own the land. It was also visible that as high as percent of the total cost is spent by the farmer in renting the land. The ROI when land is rented is percent; while when it is. | Return on investment for scented rice in one of the green revolution province of India

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