ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Revival of Agriculture Sector and Increasing Tenancy in India

The revival of the agrarian economy from the mid-2000s coincides with a significant revival of the foodgrain economy and to a lesser extent, by the non-foodgrain economy. There is a corresponding increase in the share of land under tenancy, specifically pure tenants. While there is a need to move on to high-value crops, the “land hunger” of agricultural labour through the tenancy market is constraining the shift to high value and highly uncertain horticultural crops.



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Updated On : 4th Aug, 2017

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