International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2015, Vol. 2, Issue 5, Part D
Economics of paddy cum fish culture: A case study in Sivsagar, AssamAuthor(s):
Amulya Kumar Saikia, SantoshKumar Abujam, Debangshu Narayan Das, Biswas Shyama PrasadAbstract:
The present experiment has been carried out in the rice field of Kaloogoan of Sivsagar district of Assam during 2009-2011. For which, Sali (Sial Sali) variety of rice plants were transplanted and fingerlings of Channa punctatus were released in the paddy field.In overall, the highest operational cost (Rs. 638.25) was recorded in plot A followed by plot B (Rs. 629.62) and plot C (Rs. 621.00) during 2011. It reveals that the operational cost was found to be highest in 2011 followed by 2010 and 2009. As a whole, in 2009, the percentage of profit was recorded highest in plot B (Rs. 110.81) and lowest in plot C (Rs. 50.45). In 2010, the profit was recorded maximum in plot B (Rs. 646.73) and minimum in plot A (Rs. 357.6) whereas in 2011, plot B (Rs. 533.90) showed the highest profit and lowest in Plot A (Rs 313.32). Total fish production, was found to be the highest in plot B followed by plot A and plot C. As a whole, the highest total fish sale was recorded from plot B (Rs 1230.35) in 2010 followed by plot A (Rs 1098.36) in 2011 and plot C (Rs 784.70) in 2009.Pages: 198-203 | 786 Views 2 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Amulya Kumar Saikia, SantoshKumar Abujam, Debangshu Narayan Das, Biswas Shyama Prasad. Economics of paddy cum fish culture: A case study in Sivsagar, Assam. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 2015; 2(5): 198-203.