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Original Research Articles                      Volume : 9, Issue:12, December, 2020

PRINT ISSN : 2319-7692
Online ISSN : 2319-7706
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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(12): 2306-2311

Analysis of Resource Use Efficiency on Beneficiary and Non-Beneficiary Farm Pond Farmers of Major Crops in Akola District, India
K. L. Bachhao, S. N. Suryawanshi, Sumit B. Wasnik and S. A. Gawande
Department of Agriculture Economics and Statistics, PGI, Dr. PDKV Akola, India
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The present study entitled, ‘Analysis of resource use efficiency of beneficiary and non-beneficiary farm pond farmers of major crops in Akola district’ was undertaken to examine the impact of farm ponds on productivity of various inputs of major crops i.e., Soybean, Tur and Gram. For the present study, 50 beneficiary farmers having farm ponds and 50 non-beneficiary farmers without farm ponds on their field were selected from Telhara tahasil of Akola district. 10 villages from Telhara tahasil were selected purposively and, from each village sufficient samples of beneficiary and non-beneficiary farmers were taken randomly for comparison. It is revealed from the study that the productivity and resource use efficiency of factors input on farms of beneficiary group was higher than the non-beneficiary group of farmers, thus farm ponds availability has resulted in increasing factor productivity on beneficiary farms. It also revealed that the MPV of land, human labours, bullock labours, manures & fertilizers and working capital of beneficiary farms was higher than non-beneficiary farms. It shows higher input factors on beneficiary farms indicate higher input productivity.

Keywords: Beneficiary, Non-beneficiary, Input factor, Productivity, Marginal value product, Farm pond

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Bachhao, K. L., S. N. Suryawanshi, Sumit B. Wasnik and Gawande, S. A. 2020. Analysis of Resource Use Efficiency on Beneficiary and Non-Beneficiary Farm Pond Farmers of Major Crops in Akola District, India.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(12): 2306-2311. doi:
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