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To Study about Production and Economics Analysis of Major Vegetable Crops in K.V.K Purnea (Bihar)


Ajeet Kumar | Dr. Shiv Mangal Yadav | Kuldeep Kumar



Ajeet Kumar | Dr. Shiv Mangal Yadav | Kuldeep Kumar "To Study about Production and Economics Analysis of Major Vegetable Crops in K.V.K Purnea (Bihar)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-5 | Issue-2, February 2021, pp.730-732, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd38549.pdf

The investigation was carried out by survey method in Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Jalalgarh purnea (Bihar) during year 2018-19. The per hectare total cost of cultivation was analysis and it shows that the highest cost per hectare in valued in potato cultivation (Rs.62806.28) followed by Tomato (Rs. 37755.92) green pea (Rs. 37103.28) and cauliflower (34514.89) variable cost directly associated with level of production and share of variable cost (cost A) was highest of the total cost in case of potato (76.23%) followed by green pea (89.63%) Tomato (52.27%) and cauliflower (43.27%) . The average yield per hectare of potato, cauliflower, Tomato and green pea crops were achieved 236.67 Qtls, 194.67 Qts, 194.0 Qtls, and 90.67 Qtls. The return over per hectare for different vegetables. Showed that highest net return was obtained for potato (Rs.72526.88) followed by tomato (Rs. 56944.08) cauliflower (Rs.42855.11) and green pea (Rs. 41363.39) . Input –Output analysis reflects that tomato crops is most remunerable among all four vegetable and fetched highest return of Rs. 3.75 on investment Rs. 1.0 followed by cauliflower (1:3.35), potato (1:2.99) and green pea (1:2.20) benefit cost ratio.

Production economics, vegetable crops, Farm business income, family labour income


IJTSRD38549
Volume-5 | Issue-2, February 2021
730-732
IJTSRD | www.ijtsrd.com | E-ISSN 2456-6470
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