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Vol. 12, Issue 1 (2023)

Economic analysis of rose in Pune district of Maharashtra

Author(s):
Kotwal SS, Malave DB, Torane SR, Warwadekar SC, Kulkarni SM, Naik AV and Karsi AM
Abstract:
The Present study was undertaken in Pune district of Maharashtra state to study the production and disposal of rose in Pune district. For this purpose, 30 rose cultivators were randomly selected from three tahsils viz., Haveli, Maval and Shirur.The Hi-tech cultivation of rose was highly labour intensive. At the overall level, the hi-tech farm required 1081.15 days of male labour and 2751.09 days of female labour. In the case of other input, as the size of the group increases, input utilization is observed to be increase. In respect of non-subsidized farms for small, medium, and large groups of farms, the cost C was, in accordance with their sizes, Rs. 52,79,409, Rs. 56,89,962, and Rs. 63,66,550, respectively. In terms of gross returns, the small, medium, and large size groups of farms were received returns Rs. 9848400, Rs. 10470180, and Rs. 12609120, respectively. At the overall level the marketing charges incurred for the rose were Rs. 2143058, and in small, medium and large size group it was observed to be Rs. 1643167, Rs. 1695601, and Rs. 2984343, respectively. The Benefit-cost ratio for rose cultivation was found to be 1.40 indicating the profitable nature of the enterprise.
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How to cite this article:
Kotwal SS, Malave DB, Torane SR, Warwadekar SC, Kulkarni SM, Naik AV, Karsi AM. Economic analysis of rose in Pune district of Maharashtra. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(1):2799-2804.

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