Water, cereals, and economic growth in South & East Asia in the fifties & sixties
A general review. The "Breakthrough" in agriculture, its costs. Supply of water, the limiting leading input. The breakthrough in agriculture, historical evidence. Land, the other "Input". The indian experience, a brief survey of the sixties. The package strategy in some other countries of the region. The Vietnam model. Post scripts, some recent data on the Indian experience.
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acre agricultural labourers agricultural output allocations Andhra Pradesh Appendix Table Asian average Bihar Burma capital cent cereals Ceylon coefficient costs countries cropped area cropping intensity Development distribution districts drainage East Asia ECAFE Economic estimates expenditure farm farmers favour Ferozepur fertiliser Food foodgrains gross growth rates Gujarat harvest Haryana hectares higher ICOR income increase India Indonesia inputs investment irrigated area irrigation irrigation coverage Japan Kharif Korea land concentration land reforms large holdings maize Malaysia million number of holdings Orissa paddy Pakistan peasant percentage of total period Philippines Plan programme Punjab Punjab-Haryana rainfall rate of growth ratio region relatively rice rural sector share significant sixties Source South South Korea South Vietnam sown area irrigated Statistics Taiwan targets tenancy Thailand tion tons/ha total area total number Uttar Pradesh varieties Vietnam Vietnamese Studies water control West Bengal West Pakistan wheat yield rates