Crops | Magazine Articles | VOL. 12, ISSUE 71, March-April 2012 |

Agricultural Calculations Decoded

The output per unit of input may be termed as productivity. In agricultural context, productivity is defined as yield per unit area where input includes arable land, labour, capital and more. Productivity however masks the socio-economic or value dimension as it is quantitative and a physical measure. In fact increase in agricultural productivity is related to choice of inputs, their relative quantities, the agricultural techniques used and skill of the labour. Normally various crops are grown in an agricultural area,...

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