Agro-based industries are expected to play a crucial part in the two growth processes since they are the fundamental pillars of the Amroha district’s economic structure and socioeconomic development. The planning of balanced agro-industrial development seems to be the only option with rising unemployment to achieve socio-economic growth. In terms of employment and value contributed by manufacturing, ago-based sectors play a crucial role not just in the world’s developing but also in its highly developed economies.
The current research, Analyzing the Geographical Aspects of Land Use Pattern with Respect to Major & Minor Agro-Based Industries in District Amroha (U.P. ), has been conducted as a model with this viewpoint in mind. The Amroha district is well-stocked with agricultural raw materials and agro-industries like the sugar industry, rice mill, flour mill, textile, and oil industries, among others. It is also in mind to analyze the geographical aspects of land use pattern with respect to both major and minor agro-based industries in the district.
Agricultural items including sugar cane, wheat, rice, cotton, fiber crops, oil seeds, and other live stock riches and horticulture products provide agro-based enterprises both direct and indirect access to a plentiful supply of raw materials as well as a way to estimate that supply. Major agro-based industries’ growth and distribution patterns, as well as those of smaller agro-based cottage businesses, live stock-based industries, and horticulture industries, are crucial for the socioeconomic development of the region.
We come to the conclusion that agro-based businesses will draw a significant portion of the best, most innovative, creative, and highly successful rural communities. To encourage equilibrium and a balance agro-industrial growth in district Amroha, it will use the economic resources, including a significant excess of agricultural raw materials, and attract individuals who are interested in business to build agro-based companies in the district.