Bamboo Conditions: Review


  • Prof. Bijoy Kumar Sahu, Prof. Shishira Kanta Behera, Prof. Rajindra Kumar Raj


Bamboos assumes a key job in the economies in South-Eastern Asia and North-East India, specifically, in the feeling of environmental change. It has colossal financial potential to improve country and urban material's personal satisfaction for significant enterprises, for example, paper and mash and families just as for mechanical social orders of bungalows and expressions, with ecological recuperation characteristics, for example, carbon requisition. In the present investigation, 96 members have been arbitrarily chosen from the Hezamara, western Tripura regions, and a limit of 19 indicator factors. In choosing the locale, square and network for creating appropriate information, the profiling technique was followed. The resulting factors for the examination were considered pay, productivity and subsistence creation, and the illustrative factors of the investigation were considered as 9 separate social, agro-conservative and specialized components of the investigation respondents. The information have been dissected so as to advance the relapse, factor investigation and examination of the standardizing relationship. The examination uncovers starting from the step relapse that the factors like Age(X1), Family size (X3), the expense of ranch actualizes when obtained (X4), Land under rural crop(X7), Cropping intensity(X8), land under bamboo(X9), land under bamboo(X9), Material possessed(X10), Energy consumption(X16), Cost acquired in bamboo cultivation(X18) are the most significant causal variable to decipher the fluctuation inserted with the Family pay from Bamboo enterprise(Y1), Family pay from Agricultural venture (Y2), Productivity of Bamboo (Y3), Mondays created from Bamboo endeavor (Y4), Wages created from bamboo undertaking (Y5).




How to Cite

Prof. Bijoy Kumar Sahu, Prof. Shishira Kanta Behera, Prof. Rajindra Kumar Raj. (2020). Bamboo Conditions: Review. International Journal of Modern Agriculture, 9(3), 778 - 784. Retrieved from