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Income level and consumption pattern of hill farmers in Indian central Himalaya: a case study

Income level and consumption pattern of hill farmers in Indian central Himalaya: a case study

Economic Affairs Calcutta 38(4): 211-221

The Indian central Himalayan zone is a major source of supply of temperate fruits and off-season vegetables. Its forest resources provide fuelwood, fodder, timber, medicinal herbs, resin and a number of other minor forest products and minerals. Despite this, due attention has not been given to promote economic development of this zone and the area, which has been bypassed by various programmes of development.

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