An Economic Analysis of Potato Cultivation in Central Plain Zone of Punjab, India
Author(s):
Dolin Ahongsanbam, Nuka Sree Hari, Priyank, Subhash Kumar Jawla
Keywords:
Cost of cultivation, BC ratio and CACP cost concept, Net return.
Abstract
The study was carried out at School of Agricultural, Lovely Professional University, estimate an economic analysis of potato cultivation in Central Plain Zone of Punjab, India. Based upon a sample of 100 potato growers spreading over 5 villages of the state during 2018-19. CACP cost concept was used in the analysis. In Indian markets for the duration of nineties and former decades At that time India also had the uncertain distinction of having negligible potato processing. However, for the compilation of primary field data was collected with the help of Bsc. Ag. RAWE students the survey method was used. Category wise net return was highest on case of small farms was Rs. 43373.95 than followed by medium Rs. 42704.37 and marginal category farms Rs. 38207.11 and overall average input output ratio in potato crop per hectare is 1.43, and with in the category wise is highest in small category is 1.44, followed by medium 1.43 and small category 1.41 per hectare.
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Unique Paper ID: 150475

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 6

Page(s): 216 - 220
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