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An analysis on price of major food crops grown and the foods available in the local markets in drought prone areas of Ananthapur District Andhra Pradesh






Agricultural Marketing 40(1): 36-40

An analysis on price of major food crops grown and the foods available in the local markets in drought prone areas of Ananthapur District Andhra Pradesh

An analysis is presented of the prices of major food crops grown in eight villages (two from each of four drought prone mandals: Kundurpi, Kambadur, Bramhasamudram and Amarapuram) in Andhra Pradesh, India, and the prices of foods available in the local markets of the eight villages. Data were obtained for the peak season (September-January) and the lean season (March-July) 1993/94.


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