Socio-economic Studies for Land Use Planning and Eco-development in Garhwal Himalaya
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.
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acquired activities adopted agricultural analysis animal annual associated base capital stock cash crops cash funds cash income cent cereals consumption consumption expenditure cost crop production crop rotations crops and fruits cultivators dependent earning economic erosion evident existence expenditure factors fallow farm family farm income farm size farmers females forest Garhwal gross hand higher hills important income from crop increase interest investment irrigated kind labour land large farms loans major crops males mandua mandua and jhangora means medium and large migration of labour milk production needs occupations off-farm income paddy Particulars percent population present purchase q/ha rainfall region relationship respectively result returns seeds significant soil sources survey Table total income traditional unirrigated terraces variables variation varies varieties various vegetables village watershed wheat whereas yield