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Price behaviour of chillies in Guntur market of Andhra Pradesh, India

DOI: 10.18805/ijare.v50i5.3750    | Article Id: A-4451 | Page : 471-474
Citation :- Price behaviour of chillies in Guntur market of Andhra Pradesh, India .Indian Journal of Agricultural Research.2016.(50):471-474

I. Bhavani Devi, M. Srikala*  and T. Ananda

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Department of Agricultural Economics, S.V.Agricultural College, Tirupati- 517502, India.

Submitted Date : 27-05-2015
Accepted Date : 11-05-2016

Abstract

There was an increasing trend in the prices of chillies in the selected market and was found to be statistically significant at 5 per cent level of significance. The seasonal index was maximum in December with 108.52, while in November  it was with 104.60 and the price indices ranged from 92.52 to 102.94. Only one cycle was observed which had lasted for four years. That chilli prices are subjected to high irregular variations during the period of study.

Keywords

Chilli Cyclical Irregular Price Seasonal Trend.

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