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Marketable surplus and post harvest losses of Jowar in India, 2002

Marketable surplus and post harvest losses of Jowar in India, 2002

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Published by Controller of Publications, Govt. of India in [Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGovt. of India, Ministry of Agriculture, Dept. of Agriculture and Co-operation, Directorate of Marketing & Inspection, Branch Head Office, Nagpur.
SeriesMRPC -- 45
ContributionsIndia. Directorate of Marketing and Inspection., India. Dept. of Publication.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 124 p. ;
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16730016M
LC Control Number2008307225

India has incurred post harvest losses to the tune of nearly , metric tons of food grains; , metric tons of rice and , metric tons of wheat at the state-run FCI storage facilities from – ; Save Indian Grain. These losses can be minimized to a considerable surplus with timely and safe management of post harvest produce. Discover the world's research 17+ million members.

  India produced nearly million tonnes of grains in India’s production covers all major grains – rice, wheat, maize, barley and millets like jowar, bajra and ragi. It ranks third in the production of grains in the world. With a share of 40 per cent, grain processing is the biggest component of food sector. Post harvest and grain storage losses. Somali Agricultural Technical Group Training Guide. Somalia. Empowering Agriculture: Energy options for horticulture. USAID. All. Harvesting best practice manual. BSES Sugar cane for the future. All. Prevention of post-harvest food losses fruits, vegetables and root crops a training.

Person to be contacted: Agricultural Marketing Adviser to the Govt. of India. Directorate of Marketing & Inspection Head Office, , Faridabad. Next Previous End Research Schemes: (Ministry of Agriculture) for Estimation of Marketable Surplus and Post-Harvest Losses of Food grains in the country. The post-harvest losses are estimated to be about 25 per cent. A recent estimate puts the total preventable post-harvest losses of food grains at about 20 million tons a .


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Marketable surplus and post harvest losses of jowar in india government of india ministry of agriculture (department of agriculture and cooperation) directorate of marketing and inspection branch head office nagpur – mrpc- 45File Size: 1MB. Marketable Surplus and Post Harvest Losses of Jowar in India, PREFACE The Directorate of Marketing & Inspection (DMI), ever since its inception in the year has been engaged in conducting surveys on the marketing of agricultural commodities.

Recognizing its importance, the Government of India initiated a nation-wide survey to estimate marketable surplus and post-harvest losses in the early s, which continued up.

Marketable Surplus and Post Harvest Losses of Green Gram (Moong) in India Marketable Surplus and Post Harvest Losses of Jowar in India Contents Provided by Directorate of Marketing & Inspection (DMI), Department of Agriculture, Cooperation &.

According to the latest study, the overall quantitative total harvest and post-harvest losses for pulses at national level ranged from % (pigeonpea) to % (chick pea) while losses during. In contrast, countries like USA (65%) and China (23%) are far ahead of India in reducing the wastage and Marketable surplus and post harvest losses of Jowar in India the value addition and shelf life of the farm products.

The losses in postharvest sector are estimated to be from 10 to 25 per cent in durables, semi-perishables and products like milk, meat, Author: Rashad Hegazy. DMI. Report on the survey of marketable surplus and post-harvest losses of paddy in India (–99).

New Delhi: Directorate of Marketing and Inspection, Department of Agriculture and Cooperation. Google ScholarCited by: 1. In this context, the marketed surplus is proportionately higher in the case of commercial crops than subsistence crops.

Recognizing its importance, the Government of India initiated a nation-wide survey to estimate marketable surplus and post-harvest losses in the early s, which continued up to the late : Capa dura. the marketable surplus ratio was standing at per cent of net availability of paddy % of current production (Sarkar and Roy, ).

With more concentration in assessment of post-harvest losses, a comprehensive nation-wide quantitative assessment of harvest and post-harvest losses for 46 agricultural.

Controller of Insurance Finance Annual Indian Insurance Year Book Dandekar, V.M. Agriculture, Employment and Agriculture Marketable Surplus and Post Harvest losses of Paddy in India Directorate of Marketing and Inspection Agriculture Marketable Surplus and Post Harvest losses of Jowar in India, D irectorate of.

Surplus & Post Harvest Losses of selected foodgrains (Paddy, Wheat, Jowar, Bajra, Maize, Ragi, and Barley – amongst cereals and Arhar, Green Gram, Black Gram, Bengal Gram and Lentil – amongst pulses), stretching over a period of.

This study entitled “Assessment of Marketable and Marketed Surplus of Major Food-grains in Uttar Pradesh” was entrusted to this centre by the Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture, Govt.

of India to estimate marketable and marketed surplus of selected cereals, coarse cereals and pulses along-withFile Size: KB. Trends of production area and yields of jowar from to are shown in Table India produced million tonnes of jowar from million hectares of land with an average yield of kg/hectare in Table 24 10 shows the distribution of jowar in India.

Table Production, Area and Yield of Jowar in India. The small, semi medium, medium and large farmers had the marketable surplus in India.

The estimated marketable surplus with small, semi medium, medium and large farmers was, and per cent for rice and, and per cent for wheat, respectively ignoring losses. The production of wheat in India, which was merely 4 million tonnes during the year – increased spectacularly to million tonnes in – The net per capita availability of wheat also increased from gms.

per day or kgs. per annum in to gms. or kgs. in the year Origin. Source: Marketable Surplus and Postharvest Losses of Paddy in India,Directorate of Marketing and Inspection, Nagpur.

Data collected from six states indicate that postharvest losses were lowest in Punjab (%) and maximal (%) in Tamil Nadu (Kannan, ).Author: Arindam Samaddar, Mohammed Mohibbe Azam, Kunjithapatham Singaravadivel, Natarajan Venkatachalapathy.

Marketed and Marketable Surplus grains in Rajasthan V. Shah Manish Makwana nationwide survey for estimation of marketed surplus and post-harvest losses for all important food grain crops. However, in the post era, significant changes have been India, has asked our Centre to undertake this empirical study for the state of File Size: 4MB.

MINAGRI estimates between 15% and 22% post-harvest losses in cereals as a result. Losses impact producers and consumers, reducing farmer incomes and raising consumer prices as a result of diminished supply.

As part of the U.S. Global Food Security Response and Feed the Future Initiatives, USAID’s Post-Harvest Handling and Storage (PHHS) Project.

Journal of Stored Products and Postharvest Research Micro level investigation of marketing and post harvest losses of tomato in Coimbatore district of. (, ) estimated harvest and post harvest losses in Inland fisheries and Srinath.

et al. (, ) estimated harvest and post harvest losses in marine fisheries. Hodges. et al. () compiled the data of estimated post-harvest loss and computed the financial value of weight losses for sixteen countries in East.

Smaller the farm, greater is the need for marketable surplus, so that small farmers can diversification, reducing post harvest losses of perishables, value addition to agro- (Provisional)File Size: KB.Question raised in Lok Sabha on Status Wastage of Agricultural Products, 02/01/ The details of the post-harvest loss for 45 commodities are presented in volume of post-harvest loss.Pre and Post Harvest Losses 2 Need for the Present Study 4 Objectives of the Study 5 Database and Methodology 5 Organisation of the Report 7 Chapter II Sample Households Characteristics and Cropping Pattern Assam 8 Gujarat 12 Karnataka 16 Madhya Pradesh 22 Maharashtra