Cane Growing Capacity of the Growers of Sindh and its Consumption in Sugar Industries: A Study of Issues and Solutions
IJCRB, May 2013, Vol. 5, No. 1
21 Pages Posted: 19 Sep 2013
Date Written: September 17, 2013
To identify the root causes of sugar cane yield and analysis the financial problems faced by cane growers of Sindh. The main aspect pertains to the capital required for adopting innovative farms technologies relied on appropriate expertise either comes from farmers own savings or through borrowing and agriculture credit thus comes to be regarded as an essential input in the modern technology. The lack access of financing resources to adopt modern agricultural techniques required for increasing agriculture production. The recurring water storage is posing a serious challenge to the large scale of cultivation of sugarcane being highly water consumption crop. It is in interest of industry and farmers' to curtail its area, bit promote the cultivation of improved varieties with rational use of inputs and improve crop management. Central bank of Pakistan directed, regarding agriculture credit financing as Salam and Revolving Agriculture Credit financing facilities as regularized conventional and Islamic banks'. The significance of the research survey will, InshAllah, amplify public awareness about the agriculture credit services offered by the banks and agriculture based credit facilities for small farmers and its emphasis will fortify reforms towards better prospects of agronomics; through research and development collaboration will craft the cognizance on the financing opportunities for the agriculture sector to achieve goals of higher growth towards overall prosperity in the country.
Keywords: prodution cost, macroeconomics, agricultural labour markets, agriculture, economic development, human resource capacity, agriculture, natural resources, energy, environment, other, economic development, agricultural finance, collectives, communies, agriculture, rural analysis
JEL Classification: E2, J43, N5, O1, O13, O15, O16, O18, L11, P32, Q14
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