Farmers Satisfaction towards Cultivation and Marketing of Cotton: A Study in

  • A. Saravanakumar Asst. Professor in Commerce, Rathinam College of Arts and Science (Autonomous), Eachanari, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu,, India.
Keywords: Cotton, Cropping system, Varieties of cotton, Hybrid Cotton


Cotton production in India is at cross roads for the past few years. Till recently it was the hybrid that was at the focus but the era of genetically modified cotton has arrived.  This study has analysed the economic impact of Farmers Satisfaction towards Cultivation and Marketing of Cotton: A Study in Annur Taluk, Coimbatore District. The study is based on empirical study with 200 farmers.


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