Study of Cropping Pattern, Crop Ranking and Crop Combination in Somb River Basin at Lower Shiwalik Hills

Vipin Kumar, (doi: 10.23953/cloud.ijarsg.295)


The studies related to agriculture become more pertinent for those areas, where agriculture contributes more than 80 percent of net income, either through its direct cultivation or through its allied occupations. The aim of present study is to assess the cropping pattern, crop combination, and crop ranking in the Somb river basin using geospatial techniques and secondary data. Here, agriculture is single primary occupation and the basic source of economy. As well as more than 50 percent of total workers are engaged in agriculture and smallholders farmers, who grow crops using low intensity practices of land. Hence, a scientific and systematic study is highly required to assessing and mapping the cropping pattern in the watershed.


Crop combination; Crop pattern; Crop ranking; Irrigation

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