Socio-economic Studies for Land Use Planning and Eco-development in Garhwal Himalaya
Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage - Agriculture - 89 pages
This Study On The Economy Of A Watershed In Tehri District Attempts To Analyse Human-Land Resources With Regard To Their Potential Productivity - Provides A Small Sound Base For Understanding The Human Aspects And Understanding Large Scale Developmental Programme For Watershed Management.In The Himalayan Catchment. 6 Chapters - Reference - 2 Annexures - Large Number Of Tables And Figures.
adopted agricultural agricultural income Almora District animal husbandry animal sales annual cash income annum canopy forests capital stock including Capsicum cash crops cent families cereals consumption expenditure crop production crop rotations Cropping intensity cropping pattern crops and fruits cultivators DEHRA DUN economic erosion Fakot fallow family labour farm family farm income farm size farmers females Figures in parenthesis forest gool gross area sown gross income hills Himalaya horticultural income from crop income from milk income from off-farm income from sale increase in farm increasing trend investment irrigated kharif labour force land allocated large farms LDPE Lorenz Curve maize major crops males mandua and jhangora medium and large migration of labour milk and milk milk production moderately gravelly off-farm income off-farm jobs off-farm occupations overall average paddy population Pucca q/ha rainfall Rishikesh soil Table Tehri total income unirrigated terraces variables variation vegetables village watershed wheat yield