Interrelationships between Agricultural Inputs and Output: A Case Study
*Corresponding Author: Dr. Lakshman Chandra Pal, Assistant professor, Bidhan Chandra College, Rishra, Hooghly, West Bengal, Email-id: firstname.lastname@example.org
Agricultural crop production anywhere in the world depends on a variety of factors or inputs like climate, soil, terrain, irrigation, market, capital, fertilizers, pesticides, farm machineries and so on. Also the same is closely related to the amount of ownership holdings. The role of some factors among these are crucial where as there are some factors which influences the productivity but not in significant magnitude. It is found that there are some inputs which are closely related to each other in the field of production process. The output or the productivities are the complex function of the relationships or the inputs themselves. The present paper is an attempt to analyse statistically the inter relationship within the inputs and between the inputs and output interms of net value of crops in the Mayurakshi-Basloiinfluve of Birbhum District, West Bengal.
Agriculture, productivity, Net value of crops, interrelationship, integrated study.