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Vol. 12, Special Issue 11 (2023)

An economic analysis of production and marketing of tea a case study of Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh

Author(s):
Rohit Kumar Bhagat, Bebika Dhruw, Shweta Singh, Siya Ram, Chandrkala and Swarup Nayak
Abstract:
Chhattisgarh has been ranked 17th in the tea producing state of tea production. In Jashpur and Surguja district. There is a favourable environment for tea production process in Jashpur district has been started since 2010. Tea production in Soghra ashram has been completed for 10 years. Tea plantations have been set up in 2010 and it is a part of Chhattisgarh culture or has become a centre of attraction. People come to see tea gardening from far and wide. Present study is based on the production, Marketing and constraints of tea. I have selected on household (Aghor sograh ashram) in Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh state for study. Primary data will be collect from personal interview. Cost of cultivation, Return and Internal rate of return method are used in this study. The cost of cultivation has been extracted from the first year to the Tenth year. Maintenance costs are taken from 1 to 3 years. Production starts from the fourth year and return are received only after the fourth years. The cost of cultivation in tea first to tenth year is ₹ 110,307/ha, ₹ 37,347/ha., ₹ 16,169/ha. ₹ 16,460/ha., ₹ 15054/ha., ₹ 14,536/ha., ₹ 14,158/ha., ₹ 13,812/ha., ₹ 13,672/ha., ₹ 13,132/ hectare. The gross return of fourth to tenth years in tea is ₹ 26,640/ha., ₹ 29,304/ha., ₹ 32,220/ha., ₹ 35,442/ha., ₹ 38,988/ha., ₹ 42,894/ha., ₹ 47,178/hectare. The average net return fourth to tenth years are ₹ 10,180/ha., ₹ 14,250/ha., ₹ 17,684/ha., ₹ 21.284/ha., ₹ 25,176/ha., ₹ 29,222/ha. and ₹ 34,046 /hectare. Marketing channel of tea is Producers to consumers and Producers to Retailer to consumers. The main problems here is the cost incurred on the machines. the problem that comes after this is that there is a lack of labours due to the plucking of leafs, which is a very old problems, here there is a lack of knowledge, that is, how to use any chemical or equipment, there is not so much knowledge, they do not get the right price of tea.
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How to cite this article:
Rohit Kumar Bhagat, Bebika Dhruw, Shweta Singh, Siya Ram, Chandrkala and Swarup Nayak. An economic analysis of production and marketing of tea a case study of Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 47-51.
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