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Tea Cultivation in Nepal tea cultivation in nepal
Ilam and Jhapa districts are the major tea producing areas of Nepal. Despite its profitability, various problems have been observed in this sector. An exploratory research was conducted by the author involving small tea growers and stakeholders involved in tea promotion in Ilam and Jhapa districts of Nepal. The respondents were assessed for their profile characteristics, level of knowledge and adoption of recommended tea cultivation practices. Also, Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) of tea cultivation perceived by the tea growers as well as the stakeholders were analyzed and presented. Based on the research, suitable strategies were recommended for the further promotion of tea cultivation in Nepal.
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Early season rice cultivation in Nepal tea cultivation in nepal
Rice is cultivated in all physiographic regions in Nepal. The practice of rice cultivation differs with landscape and season. Early season (spring) and Normal season (summer) are two seasons in which rice is cultivated in Nepal. Early season rice (Chaite rice) sowings are practiced in February-march and Normal season rice sowings are practiced usually in June-July. Both the early rice and normal rice are cultivated in the lowlands while only normal season rice is cultivated in upland regions. There are some households where farmers know only rice cultivation for their survival. There are considerable differences in practices of production, storage and marketing between early season rice and normal season rice in Nepal. This study addresses that the early season rice cultivation practice has significant opportunities. In contrast, there are some potenpotential difficulties involved in early season rice cultivation. Early rice cultivation practice needs an appropriate technology transfer system which was lagged behind to improve the livelihood of the small scale rice farmers in the study area.
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An Economic Study of Small Tea Growers of Jorhat District of Assam tea cultivation in nepal
India is the leading producer and exporter of tea in the world. It is the only industry where India has retained its leadership over the last 150 years. Traditionally the large companies grow tea in an extensive manner. In many tea growing countries, individual farmers cultivate tea in a small scale. In India, tea is also extensively cultivated in small scale in some regions like south India and Himachal Pradesh. Small scale tea cultivation in Assam is comparatively a recent development. Though initially small scale tea cultivation gained momentum only in the Upper Assam, in recent years it has spread to 22 districts.During initial phase of cultivation the finance is the critical issue. This highly unorganized sector of small Tea Growers(STGs) produces approximately 150 million kg which is almost 18 percent of the total production of the country. As the STGs have a great impact on the tea industry of Assam, an Economic study of the small tea growers in Jorhat district of Assam was carried out.
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Medicinal and Aromatic Plants' Cultivation and Marketing in Nepal tea cultivation in nepal
This book, originally a research carried out in 2008, illustrates the different dimensions of medicinal and aromatic plants regarding the problems and prospects for their cultivation and marketing. Since cultivators are yet in haze which particular species might be apposite for soil, society and for economic viewpoint? It is interesting of this book to know that Chamomile, Sarpagandha, Tulsi and Asparagus wild had the top priority in tropical regions/districts in Nepal, even if there are varieties of constraints for cultivators. However, People have positive attitude towards the cultivation and development of allied enterprises, utilizing the fallow lands that increase productivity of soils and national revenue resulting in the contribution of the poverty reduction of the country. This book will be useful reference for professionals interested in the promotion of medicinal and aromatic plants.
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Environmental requirements for strawberry cultivation in Nepal tea cultivation in nepal
Nowadays farmers are being aware and attracted by cash crops cultivation. This book provides the scientific information of suitable environmental conditions needed for sustainable strawberry farming. Strawberry cultivation has already been a success in Nepal and this study has been conducted with the objectives to improve the yield of this important cash crop. First, analysis of the major physico-chemical parameters of irrigation water quality. Second, study of water balance to find the water deficit months for strawberry irrigation. Third, determine of climatic classification suitable for successfully growing species of strawberry. Lastly, conduct socio- economic survey to know marketing and irrigation status of strawberry farming. This study may be one of the tools for farmers to switch over in cultivating different cash-crops beneficial from rural, urban national to the global levels.
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A Brief Overview of small tea cultivation tea cultivation in nepal
The book largely deals with the small tea growers of Assam.Since i am a Tea Science gradutae i was deeply concerned after reading about the problems faced by them that keeps coming in the newspaper The Assam Tribune.As such i wanted to do something and while thinking what can be done the idea came to my mind that i can write a book on them.So i took up this work .Firstly the book gives an idea about the genesis of small tea cultivation in Assam state,then the present day scenario.Then the book mentions about the responsibilities of them and also the conditions that needs to be kept by them while going for tea plantation.Then the book gives an outline of the problems faced by them and also gives a list of solutions offered by various agencies and also by the author.Then the book mentions about the procedure of getting a small tea garden registered and also some figures related to small tea cultivation.Then the book also mentions about the cost of cultivation scheme for small tea cultivation.Then the book also gives an outline of the bought leaf tea manufacturers also in the end .
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Economic Analysis of Investment in Bangladesh Tea: An Empirical Study tea cultivation in nepal
This study discusses about need, scope and potentials for further investment in Bangladesh tea. Bangladesh produced 58.30 million Kg and consumed 37.44 million Kg of tea in 2003. Tea provides employment to 115,533 people. It alleviates rural poverty. Abrupt increase in internal consumption causes to decrease exportable surplus with low rate of production, which causes to decline tea export. If these trends continue the country will be a net importer of tea in 2017. Production is to be increased to meet internal demand and to retain export of tea. For producing additional tea new avenues like small holding tea cultivation (SHTC) is to be explored. This study introduces investment covering gestation period within which tea plants are brought to bearing. Comparative advantage is available in tea. Investment in tea seems to be viable since NPV is positive, B-C ratio is greater than one and IRR is above market rate of interest. The outcomes of development projects are extremely discriminatory ownership-wise, class-wise and region-wise. Investment in SHTC, small & least developed estates may help Bangladesh to emerge as one of the major tea producing and exporting countries in the World.
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Nepal - China Relations, 1990 - 2009 tea cultivation in nepal
The study analyses political, economic and strategic developments in Nepal – China relations, post 1990. It attempts to examine mutual concerns shared by Nepal and China vis-a-vis’ each other and outlines possible areas of convergence and divergence. It critically discusses the role of domestic politics in Nepal in shaping Nepal – China relations and Indian response to the burgeoning Nepal – China relations. The study unfolds with the historical narrative of Nepal – China relations. It primarily sheds light on the novelty of the bilateral relations that materialized in 1950. Major political transformation heralded in the region in 1950s: China emerged as a communist state, India liberated itself from the British colonial yoke and the autocratic Rana regime ended in Nepal. The study highlights the developments in Nepal – China relations after restoration of democratic in Nepal in 1990. It further delves into bilateral equations in contemporary times, focusing essentially on the former King Gyanendra’s short regime and the period in which the former Maoists rebels were mainstreamed as the strongest political force in Nepal.
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Development of Agro Tourism in Nepal tea cultivation in nepal
Today’s world is diversified, the demand and the tastes of people is modified, people are finding new way of lifestyle day by day and also concern with nature and its preservation desperately. Development of agro tourism might be another ways of leisure activities. Thus, Agro Tourism being developed and promoted within Different small and large agricultural farms such as; organic farming, different animals farming, tea and coffee farm, Aloe Vera farm, forestry, fishery, floriculture and summer holiday farm etc. Therefore it is being popular internationally so that different partners, sectors and every individual are more concerned and excited with the development of Agro Tourism in Nepal. Concerning to the topic, this section will demonstrate preview of Nepal, tourism. The development of agro tourism in Nepal, research questions, aims and objectives of the research and at the end section summary.
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Antenatal Care uptake in Nepal: barriers and opportunities tea cultivation in nepal
Maternal mortality remains one of the most important public health problems in developing countries. Millions of women lack access to adequate care during pregnancy. Underutilisation of health services is one factor contributing to high maternal mortality in Nepal. The uptake of antenatal care (ANC) is very low in Nepal in compared to other countries. This book explores barriers and opportunities in ANC uptake in Nepal. It is a qualitative study; in-depth interview was conducted with antenatal care users and non-users: 30 prenatal and postnatal women, 10 mothers-in-law of these women and 10 husbands. It highlights major factors affecting antenatal care uptake in rural and semi-urban of Nepal. The findings should assist health researchers, health professionals and policy-makers in reviewing antenatal care policies, develop interventions and manage antenatal care programme in Nepal.
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