Resource Use and Economic Potential of Chickpea Cultivation in Haryana, India

Neeraj Pawar *

Department of Agricultural Economics, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar-125004, Haryana, India.

Ashok Dhillon

CCSHAU, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Ambala- 133104, Haryana, India.

Gulab Singh

CCSHAU, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Ambala- 133104, Haryana, India.

Sumit

Department of Agricultural Economics, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar-125004, Haryana, India.

D. P. Malik

Department of Agricultural Economics, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar-125004, Haryana, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

The study was conducted in Bhiwani, Dadri and Mahendragarh districts of Haryana during the year 2021-22. Budgeting technique was employed to draw practical implications and production function was used for measure the extent of resource use in chickpea cultivation for taking policy decisions to encourage its cultivation in Haryana. The Negative growth rates of area and production of chickpea was observed in Haryana during last two decades (2000-01 to 2020-21). In same period owing large replacement of area towards mustard and wheat. The gross and net returns of Chickpea cultivation in Haryana worked out were Rs. 75842 ha-1 andRs. 21550 ha-1. The value of B:C ratio was 1.40 over total cost. The Marginal value productivity (MVP) Value of Chemical fertilizer, plant protection chemicals, machinery and irrigation was greater than unity for Bhiwani, Dadri, Mahendragarh and Haryana which indicates that these inputs were underutilized in the respective districts and Haryana. On the other side, the value of MVP were less than unity for Human Labour and seed in all districts indicating that these resources were over utilized, needs to be curtailed for higher returns. The major Constraints faced by Chickpea growers were unavailability of improved varieties in local market (85.83%), Price realization less than M.S.P./underpricing their produce (80.83%), Non-adoption of package of practice/ low input used (75.83%) and high incidence of insect-pest (64.17%).

Keywords: CAGR, economic potential, resource use efficiency, constraints, chickpea


How to Cite

Pawar , Neeraj, Ashok Dhillon, Gulab Singh, Sumit, and D. P. Malik. 2023. “Resource Use and Economic Potential of Chickpea Cultivation in Haryana, India”. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology 41 (11):37-43. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajaees/2023/v41i112259.

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