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Income, consumption and saving behaviour of tribal farmers of Andhra Pradesh



Income, consumption and saving behaviour of tribal farmers of Andhra Pradesh



Agricultural Situation in India 48(3): 145-150



Many tribal families in India are now adopting permanent agriculture. Data for 1987/88 were collected from 103 cultivators in Huckumpet mandal, Vishakhapatnam district in Andhra Pradesh, India, on: cropping pattern, intensity of cropping and area under irrigation; existing level of income of farm families; and the consumption and savings pattern of farm families. Average irrigated area in tribal areas was 72%, and increased with farm size.

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