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Declaration of Originality
I, Marshall Manisha Kumari of form 503 of A D Patel College, hereby, declare that this research project titled ’Cassava Plantation In Veisaru Area’, is my original work and not copied from anywhere therefore, any mistakes incurred will be solely of my responsibility. Any information from printed material or from any other source that has been used in completion of this project has been acknowledged.

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Date:8th September 2011

Methodology
In compiling the project successful and effectively, more than two styles have been used which are either categorized under primary or secondary research.

Primary Research
Questionnaire Distribution

A total of 10 questionnaires were made and distributed to people according to their ethnicity, gender, age, occupation. Moving on from 10 questionnaires, 5 were given to males and 5 were given to females whose ages were from 17 to 45 years. To add on, from 5 questionnaires which were given to males, 1 was given to the village headman [Turaga-ni-Koro], one was given to the Turanga-ni -Matagali and 3 were given to the village elders. On the other hand, the other 5 questionnaires which were given to females were as such:3 were given to the youths while two were given to the form 7 students. The questionnaires were distributed on 14th of April, 2011 and received on the 21st of April/ 2011. After a weeks time when the questionnaires were collected, out questionnaires were collected, out of 10 questionnaires, only 7 were received and out of those 7 questionnaires 1 was blank.

Interview
Interview was conducted with 5 people. One of them was Mr Jokatama Rarasea, a 40 year old man, who is my neighbour and a farmer who normally plants cassava in large quantity. The interview was conducted on 18th April, 2011 from 4.00pm to 5.00pm.The second interview was conducted with a high school teacher Mr Sada Siwan, a 30 year old, on 22nd of April, 2011 from 5.00pm to...
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