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Economic analysis of employment, income and consumption pattern of tribal farmers



Economic analysis of employment, income and consumption pattern of tribal farmers



Journal of Rural Development Hyderabad 8(1): 97-108



While the Green Revolution has proved successful in some regions of India, in Orissa the new agricultural strategy has not been fully translated into practice under various farming situations. This is because of several socioeconomic constraints and the absence of the desired attitudes among small and marginal farmers.

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