1. Rabi crops are grown in the winter season.
2. These crops are sown in the month of October and November.
3. These crops are harvested in the months of March and April.
4. Wheat, mustard, peas are the main crops of this season.
1. Kharif crops are grown in the rainy season.
2. These crops are sown in the month of June and July.
3. These crops are harvested in the months of September and October.
4. Jowar, Bajra and Paddy are the main crops of this season
1. Tool and machines, building range from very simple tools such as a farmers’ plough to sophisticated machines generator, turbines, computers etc. Tools, machines. Building can be used in production over many years. These are called fixed capital.
2. Production requires a variety of raw materials such as yarn, used by the weavers and clay used by the potter. Also some money is always required during production to make payments and buy other necessary items. Raw material and money in hand are called working capital.
1. Most small farmers have to borrow money to arrange for their capital.
2. They borrow from large farmers or the money lenders or the traders who supply various inputs for cultivation.
3. These traders and money lenders charge very high interest rate.
4. The small farmers are put to great distress to repay the loan. E. Sometimes they caught in debt-trap.
1. Human capital is considered to be the best.
2. This is because man has knowledge and ability to put together land, labour and physical capital.
3. And produce an output either to use self or to sell in the market.
4. Human capital is the stock of skill and productive knowledge embodied in them.