Problems in Marketing of Chilies in Tamil Nadu with Special Reference to Ramanathapuram District
Academic Leadership - Online Journal,
Vol. 21 No. 6 (2020): Vol-21-Issue-6-June-2020
Agriculture is the backbone of Indian economy and is the largest sector of economic activity in developing countries. It contributes, in a large measure, to national income and output, and, thereby, demonstrating its potentialities for substantial capital formation. Developed countries of today were once predominantly agricultural. The role and importance of agriculture in economic development of a country depend upon the stage of economic development in which a nation finds itself and the print of time at which this development becomes a major social aspiration. Agricultural being the dominant sector, the improvement or changes in the national output depend on the output in agriculture. Therefore, it is strategically important to ensure that large agricultural surpluses will help to finance infrastructure and it provides not only food and raw- materials but also employment to a very large proportion of population.
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