Section iii: key factors driving farm mechanisation in india 35 figure 4: total global grain production (mt) japan 35 vietnam 426 indonesia 329 australia 26 under-developed/developing nations india 489 china second largest producer of wheat, rice, fruits and vegetables, sugarcane, cotton, and oilseeds. Cotton production is an important economic factor in the united states as the country leads, worldwide, in cotton exportation the united states is ranked third in production, behind china and india almost all of the cotton fiber growth and production occurs in southern and western states, dominated by texas, california,. This can be seen in the similarities and differences in the mechanization of the cotton industry between 1880 – 1930 in japan and india similarities were seen in the rapid increase of textile production and the direct decline of the conditions of factory workers, who in both countries were mainly peasant. Uzbekistan is one of the few cotton-growing countries that has not mechanized the cotton harvest and continues to rely on manual labor to pick cotton in 2014 data were gathered in four regions that vary in terms of labor scarcity, area of land under cotton, cotton production conditions, and experience with mechanization. New weaving technologies, however, increased the efficiency of production among these was the jacquard loom, developed for silk embroidery an epidemic of several silkworm diseases caused production to fall, especially in france, where the industry never recovered in the 20th century japan and china regained their. The mechanization of the cotton industry in japan and india had significant consequences on the industrialization of each respective nation as a whole there. Using the following documents, analyze similarities and differences in the mechanization of the cotton industry in japan and india in the period from the 1880s to the 1930s identify an additional type of document and explain how it would help your analysis of the mechanization of the cotton industry document 1 source:. Department of agriculture agricultural economic report number 739 an economic research service report h^ the cotton industry in the united states :s these implications are discussed table 2—cotton consunfiption in major countries and the world year^ china united states india russia pakistan japan.
Dbq india vs japanese workers cotton industry japan and india in the 1880s- 1930s had many similarities such as same economic change from mechanization to treatment and payment of the laborers in the cotton industry, however, differences in workers on social gender and employment rates the western influences of. Cotton industry accounted for 22 percent of british industrial value added and 50 percent of british terms of power technology, mechanization, and processing techniques, this locational persistence is 15 for example, in india where the industry spread out and bombay and bengal provinces became less important. Vol44 no4 2013 agricultural mechanization in asia, africa, and latin america 15 supecial issue role of japan in promotion of agricultural mechanization in india abstract indian agricultural equipment market experienced a rapid growth with import of paddy transplanter, sugarcane harvester, cotton.
The textile industry is the largest industry of modern india the industry accounts for 14 per cent of the total industrial production, contributes to nearly 30 per cent of the total exports and is the second largest employment generator after agriculture our economy is largely dependent on the textile. This process is evident in both the japanese and chinese textile industrial growth experience1 between i 860 and 19 i 2 japan's cotton textile handicraft industry shifted frojm spinning to specializing in weaving only the first branch of the industry to develop was mechanized spinning expansion was slow india seems to. India's share of the global textile industry is expected to grow from 4% to 7% by 2011-12 and the share of states, canada, uae, japan, saudi arabia, republic of korea, bangladesh, turkey, etc are the sophisticated and highly mechanized mill sector on the one hand and hand spinning and hand. Cottage craft to a mechanized and large-scale operation parts of india from those ancient days india has been a manufacturing nation and exporter of fine cotton fabrics to all nations of civilized world from the time of greeks and romans they were exported to europe indian industry competing with japan and britain.
The calico act of 1721 (which was intended to protect the wool and silk industries) actually banned most varieties of pure-cotton cloths in general, not just indian before the era of mechanisation, british 'cotton' was overwhelmingly cotton-linen, a limitation of british technology (in the economic sense. Cotton textiles in the indian subcontinent, 1200–1800 prasannan parthasarathi 2 the first european cotton industry: italy and germany 1100–1800 the mechanization of cotton textile production in england patrick o'brien 18 cotton and the peasant economy: a foreign fibre in early modern japan masayuki. 2 groupings difference in the gender workforce ---japan had more females vs india's males (definite) mechanization of labor---who was using more machines both using machinesoutputs different(use this or other) rural vs urban workers (use this or other) conditionscompare/contrast (definite.
Five stages of indian textile production and trade: (i), the years prior to 1830, involving suggests that the price decreases in england due to mechanization and consumption exports decade india's total textiles of asian asian english of beginning cloth exports from asia textiles textiles production cottons 1780 1,344. Prior to world war i, lancashire's cotton industry paid little attention to japan's textile industry the interwar period brought decline in britain's overseas cotton trade, especially in india and the far east, with the blame placed on political and economic problems in india and china rather than on the growth of. The intent of the question was to compare the characteristics of the mechanization of the cotton textile industry in japan and india during the late- 19th and early-20th centuries unlike most recent document-based questions ( dbqs), these documents could not simply be classified in one category for analysis many of the 10.
Cotton industries and compares the structure and other significant features of their cotton industries attention is given to trends in overall cotton yields and the volume of production of weight based on the data available from the japan chemical fiber association (2008) with a high-level mechanization. Farm mechanization is a crucial input for agricultural production without figure 49 – mobile rice thresher in far eastern nepal 86 figure 51 – relationship between farm power and productivity in different states of india figure 1017 – cotton picker adapted for controlled traffic farming with 3 m track.
The cotton textile industry was the world's first mechanized industry it once played a leading 2 takako sanpei nippon mengyo hattatsu shi [the development of the cotton industry in japan] (tokyo 1941) 66 development: the india and japan cotton industries (hong kong 1988) t nakamura op cit 6 see roman h. Has acceptable thesis 1 point • the thesis must explicitly state at least one similarity and one difference in the characteristics of the mechanization of the cotton industry in japan and india as evidenced in the documents • the thesis must be explicitly stated in the introduction or the specified conclusion of the essay.
Moreover, weaving was mechanized much later than spinning, and the scale of plants was smaller see sung jae koh, stages of industrial development in asia: a comparative history of the cotton industry in japan, india, china, and korea ( philadelphia: university of penn- sylvania press, 1966), 25 this situation was not. Cotton 2040 brings together stakeholders from across the globe to integrate existing efforts and speed up the shift to a sustainable cotton industry its four scenarios were created by forum for the future, with the support of c&a foundation, as a practical means of engaging key stakeholders to better understand the barriers. The similarities and differences in the cotton industry between india and japan as machines became more prevalent in the cotton industry from the 1880 s to.