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Journal of Finance and Economics. 2016, 4(5), 151-155
DOI: 10.12691/jfe-4-5-4
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Analysis of Hi-tech Cultivation as an Innovative Method for Floriculture in Vidarbha

Shilpa Kalmegh1 and Narpat Singh2,

1OPJS University, Churu, Saumya Cot Lab Incharge, Yavatmal

2OPJS University, Churu

Pub. Date: September 20, 2016

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Shilpa Kalmegh and Narpat Singh. Analysis of Hi-tech Cultivation as an Innovative Method for Floriculture in Vidarbha. Journal of Finance and Economics. 2016; 4(5):151-155. doi: 10.12691/jfe-4-5-4


Floriculture is the fast emerging & high competitive industry in India with the annual growth rate of 8to10%. The global demand of flowers increasing day by day worldwide. Vidarbha is rain fed region with high temperature climate. Due to this climatic condition Hi-tech or protected cultivation is highly recommended. Hi-tech cultivation refers to cultivation under controlled temperature and protected condition which gives 3to10 times more production than that of open cultivation. The main objective of the study is to motivate farmers in Vidarbha towards Hi-tech cultivation and floriculture produce.

Hi-tech temperate motivate marginal farmers strategy evaluation of produce

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