Role and Risk of Uncertainty in Kangra Tea Plantation

This paper attempts to assess the role of technical, psychological, income, yield, contractual uncertainties as well as those arising from natural factors and from government action in tea plantation of the Kangra district in the Punjab. It deals with the findings of a personal survey of 15 Tea Estates of Palam and Kandi Zones of Kangra district, conducted during September-October 1963. This study aims at examining and assessing the role of risk casued by various uncertainties in decision-=making of tea growers with regard to existing plantation and future plan of its extension. Suggestions of the tea growers combines with the inferences derived from the enquiry, offer possibilities to reduce adverse effect of uncertainties on tea plantations of Kangra (Punjab).


Issue Date:
1964
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/231694
Published in:
Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Volume 19, Number 1
Page range:
115-121
Total Pages:
8




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