By Mohammad Alauddin, Clement A Tisdell
'Green-Revolution' applied sciences have remodeled the geographical region of many much less constructed international locations. This booklet examines the tactics thinking about the adoption of those new applied sciences and their socio-economic effect. It presents an built-in view of the consequences of 'Green Revolution' applied sciences on fiscal progress and returns, distribution of source of revenue and assets, balance of agricultural creation and returns and their sustainability in Bangladesh.
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1984) is essentially an extension of the M-V method. While the latter concentrates on the changes in aggregate crop output, the former estimates the same components of growth in production of individual crops. For a single crop, let P = output, C = proportion of the gross cropped area under the crop, A = crop area under particular crop, and Y = yield. 12) This method decomposes individual crop output growth into more components than that of Venegas and Ruttan. In addition to area and yield it includes cropping pattern and interaction components.
The earlier part of the second sub-period is marked by political and natural factors such as the War of Liberation (1970--1 and 1971-2) and droughts and floods in 1972-3, 1973-4 and 1974-5 which seriously disrupted agricultural production. It was not until 1975--6 that foodgrain production surpassed that of 1969-70 which was the pre-Liberation peak. Furthermore, the year 1975--6 saw the introduction of HYV wheat cultivation on a massive scale. Considering all these factors, the 1967-84 sub-period can be subdivided into two intervals: 1967-74 (1967-8 to 1974-5) and 1975-84 (1975--6 to 1984-5).
71 per cent in 1982-4). The bulk of the irrigated area is confined to the production of rice and wheat. The share of modern irrigation rose from less than a third of the total to more than two-thirds between 1967-9 and 1982-4. 5. Use of chemical fertilizers (in nutrient terms) per gross cropped hectare rose by a factor of four. 6. Overall food production increased by 33 per cent, rice output increased moderately by 24 per cent and wheat by 1200 per cent. Foodgrain yields on the whole rose by about 22 per cent, while those of rice and wheat increased respectively by about 18 per cent and 140 per cent.
The ‘Green Revolution’ and Economic Development: The Process and its Impact in Bangladesh by Mohammad Alauddin, Clement A Tisdell