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Economics of Mango Cultivation


  • G.D. Banerjee


The paper is based on "Commodity Specific Study on Mango" undertaken by NABARD in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and West Bengal. For the study, A total sample of 186 respondents was selected from three states, of which Andhra Pradesh had 75 respondents (40.33%) per cent followed by Maharashtra covering 59 respondents (31.72%) and West Bengal 52 respondents (27.95%). Category wise the study covered 92 mango growers (49.47%), 33 mango processors (17.75%), 29 Traders/ Exporters (15.59%), 7 banks (3.76%), 10 Nursery owners (5.37%) and 15 others (8.06%). [NABARD Occasional Paper No. 58]. URL:[].

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  • G.D. Banerjee, 2012. "Economics of Mango Cultivation," Working Papers id:4789, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:4789
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