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International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies

2020, Vol. 7 Issue 4, Part A
Comparative study of tria on oil-seed crop in relation to growth and yield
Author(s): BP Singh and RP Raghava
Abstract: In this paper Oil seed crops occupy an important place in agricultural economy of India constituting the main commercial crops and the second agricultural crops to the food grains in acreage, tonnage and value. There are about nine important cultivated oil-seed crops, out of which safflower, sesame and mustard forming important group. Oil seed provide vegetable oil which is not only the essential part of human diet but also serves as an important raw material for various industrial products. Indian oilseed's yield are around half of the world average and almost one-third that of the leading producers in the world. Besides this oil seeds constitute a significant place in India's national economy contributing about 6% of the national income and their products earn valuable foreign exchange for the country. The cultivation of oil seeds provides employment to about 14.5 Million persons in different activities of marketing and processing.
Pages: 09-14  |  37 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
BP Singh and RP Raghava. Comparative study of tria on oil-seed crop in relation to growth and yield. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 2020; 7(4): 09-14.
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