Indian Journal of Agricultural Research

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Indian Journal of Agricultural Research, volume 38 issue 1 (march 2004) : 22 - 27


K.K. Saxena, Lajpat Rai, L.S. Kaushik
1Department of Mathematics and Statistics, CCS Haryana AgricuituraLUniversity, Hisar - 125 om, India
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Cite article:- Saxena K.K., Rai Lajpat, Kaushik L.S. (2024). PERFORMANCE OF PADDY IN HARYANA - 1965-66 TO 1995-96. Indian Journal of Agricultural Research. 38(1): 22 - 27. doi: .
In the present paper, attempt has been fit the growth models and examine the growth rates and variabilities in area, production and productivity of Paddy crop in Haryana state as a whole as well as in the different regions of Haryana using time series data frorn 1965–66 to 1995–96. The analysis consists of fitting linear and Curvilinear regression models and finding out growth rates. The overall analysis of 31 years data reveals that the coefficient of variation in area and productivity ranged from 8.41%to 19.92% for the pooled data of Haryana state. For the paddy production in Haryana state, the coefficient of variation was as high as 33.16% in the phase-1 (1965-66t to 1974–75) but decreasedin subsequent phases to tolerable limits. Total average production of paddy in Haryana was recorded as 1094.90 thousand tons, the maximum in 1994–95 as 2230 thousand tons. The average yield of paddy in Haryana has been obtained as 2012.42 kg/ha on the basis of data from 1965–66 to 1995–96. Positive and significant growth rates for area and production were observed corresponding to all the regions separately as well as for the whole state. The significant growth rates were mostly due to introduction of high yielding varieties in Phase I. For the productivity, the growth rates were nonsignificient in IInd and IIIrd phases
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