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The impact of modern varieties of rice on farm income and income distribution in Eastn Nepal



The impact of modern varieties of rice on farm income and income distribution in Eastn Nepal



Research Paper Series, HMG USAID A/D/C/ Project on Training Nepalese in Agricultural Research and Development Planning (12): 16



This study aimed to identify the relationship between the adoption of modern varieties (MV) of rice and farm size and to compare the level of inputs use and productivity of MVs and traditional varieties (TVs). Differences in the composition of labour (hired and family) were also examined.

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