International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 8, Part D (2016)
Micro level study of supply and price variations of wheat commodity in A.P.M.C. Taloda, a tribal region of Nandurbar district (M.S.) India
Dr. MB Chavan and Shri SB Patil
Taloda is a small tribal tehsil located near the foot of Satpuda Mountain in Nandurbar district of Maharashtra state (India). In the study region agriculture is only one occupation in the vicinity of forest. State Government has protected the forest zone; hence tribal people could not get economic support from the forest. On other hand agriculture is a gamble game depends upon uncertain monsoon rainfall. When farmers produce agriculture commodities they could not get the production cost also. Farmers ought to face with several problems such as high fluctuating prices, unavailability of facilities and amenities in market campus, money problem, high labour cost, disbars of lone installments etc. Out of them researcher has attempted one link of problems related to actual exploitation of farmers in the APMC Taloda. In this research paper an attempt is made to display how the merchants exploit the farmers by paying lowest prices.
How to cite this article:
Dr. MB Chavan, Shri SB Patil. Micro level study of supply and price variations of wheat commodity in A.P.M.C. Taloda, a tribal region of Nandurbar district (M.S.) India. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(8):225-230.