To Identify the Problems Faced by the Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Growers in Hoshiarpur District of Punjab

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Deepti .
J. S. Bhalla
L. Mohapatra


The study entitled status and prospects of medicinal and aromatic plants in Hoshiarpur district of Punjab was under taken with the objectives to identify the problems faced by the medicinal and aromatic plants growers in Hoshiarpur district of Punjab. Four blocks of Hoshiarpur district namely Bhunga, Dasuya, Hajipur and Talwara were selected, 20 farmers were selected from the each block thus the total sample comprised of 80 farmers  for the present study were selected. The data were collected by personal interview approach method, tabulated and analyzed using appropriate statistical tools. The findings of the study revealed that 87.50 per cent farmers were growing wheat as their main crop, 17.50 per cent farmers facing problems related to Unfavourable government policies and 75 per cent farmers suggested that rates should be more.

Problems, medicinal plants, aromatic plants, MAPs

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., D., Bhalla, J. S., & Mohapatra, L. (2019). To Identify the Problems Faced by the Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Growers in Hoshiarpur District of Punjab. Advances in Research, 19(5), 1-4.
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