Article : Yield Gap Analysis of Mulberry Sericulture in Northwest India
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At the interface of reducing agricultural income and increasing unemployment in agrarian economy of rural India, this article summarizes and evaluates the state of mulberry sericulture in northwest India, which includes Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, and Uttar Pradesh. In 11th plan period (2007-2012), there was an addition of 6 196 ha (217.09 %) of mulberry acreage at annual linier growth rate of 33.44%. However, total silk production could increase only by 54.64 MT (78.57%) at annual linier growth rate of 15.59 %, due to 43.93% (10.82 kg/ha) reduction in silk productivity at negative growth rate of -13.46%, annually. And now, average raw silk productivity in north-western states of India remains at 13.81 kg/ha, which is lower by 452.93 % (76.36 kg) in comparison to the national average of 100.90 kg/ha. Paper summaries the reasons for increasing cocoon yield gap at farmer`s level and discussthe ways and means to increase raw silk productivity to improve the livelihood delivery of mulberry sericulture in northwest India.
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  • 학회명한국잠사학회
  • 저자( Narendra Kumar Bhatia ) , ( Mohammad Yousuf ) , ( Raman Nautiyal )
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