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Production of Rose and Marigold Flower in Allahabad City

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Family Resource Management, Ethelind School of Home Science, Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Science, Allahabad-211007, INDIA
  • 2Department of Family Resource Management, Ethelind School of Home Science, Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Science, Allahabad-211007, INDIA1.ISCA-RJAFS-2014-022.pdf

Res. J. Agriculture & Forestry Sci., Volume 2, Issue (9), Pages 1-3, September,8 (2014)


This topic describes the production of rose and marigold flower in Allahabad city. We have some data which are collected by survey and presented here by table and graph in part of result and discussion. This topic explain the commercial activity of production and marketing of floriculture products is also a source of gainful and quality employment to scores of people The harvesting processes of these crops are very drudgery prone. India being an agricultural country, where majority live in the rural areas, both men and women work very hard in the fields. The harvesting of rose comes under the severe drudgery prone activity Marigold is an annual flower plant. The harvesting of the Marigold flower is considered as the severe most drudgery prone activity where women have to keep their posture in bending position from the back facing the ground for the harvesting of flowers found that rose and marigold are the main cash crops of Allahabad that involves farmers at great number.


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