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Haryana is a developed state and growth of agriculture is one pillar of such a development. To measure the agricultural development increase in area, yield, production etc. are its dimension. Agricultural productivity is the measurement of production in monitory terms, which shows the real picture of development. However, such a development is not static and that’s why it is important to measure its instability. The study region shows high instability in comparison to rest of Haryana. The same picture emerges when trends and patterns of agricultural productivity are anylised. South-Western Haryana shows less growth and development than that of rest of Haryana in terms of agricultural productivity.

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